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College sports is a huge business. As a result, prospective athletes should treat it just like that; a business. Rate My College Coaches is a tool created by an athlete for other athletes. The website aims to give prospective student-athletes and parents alike, the required resources to help them make an informed business decision.

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At Rate My College Coaches, we believe that your college athlete experience should be amazing and enthralling. However, the recruiting process is just not enough to give you an idea of what your actual experience will be. Rate My College Coaches provides you with detailed, unbiased, well-thought out ratings of head coaches in the NCAA, NAIA, and the NJCAA by current student-athletes. This will help close the information gap and, at the same time, help prospective student-athletes make the best decision for their college career.


Texas Longhorns: Herman Out, Sarkisian in… Is Texas Back?

“Longhorns Nation — we’re baaaaaaaaack!” Texas hasn’t been “back” since the 2006 Rose Bowl when Vince Young ran in the game winning touchdown on fourth and five to defeat USC and capture the BCS National Championship. Following the 2019 Sugar Bowl, Texas quarterback Sam Ehlinger announced this to Longhorn fans in his post-game interview after […]
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Virginia Tech Has Potential to Dominate ACC

Virginia Tech has always been a team to seasonally plateau in the game of basketball. Year by year, they find themselves eliminated early in the tournament; even after beating teams like Michigan State last year in the Maui Invitational, and most recently against Villanova.  It wasn’t until recently the Hokies earned a spot as an […]
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Potential Breakout Players to Watch This Season in the NBA

It was only a little over two months ago that The Lakers won their 17th championship and the 2020-21 season is already underway. Every year we see players take the leap and establish themselves as forces to be reckoned with in this league. Even in this shortened 72 game season we will see players breakout. […]
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Early Predictions: Big 12 Conference

Big 12 conference play is officially in full swing, hinting at what is to be an exciting and dramatic conference season. Here are my predictions after the first couple of weeks of play. The Elites of the Big 12 Conference Entering as the highest ranked team in the conference, Baylor started strong, crushing Kansas State […]
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College Football Playoff: Alabama vs. Notre Dame, Clemson vs. Ohio State Preview

The College Football Playoff is finally here, with both semifinals matchups taking place New Year’s Day on ESPN. Mac Jones and #1 Alabama take on Ian Book and #4 Notre Dame in the Rose Bowl, followed up by Trevor Lawrence and #2 Clemson facing Justin Fields and #3 Ohio State in the Sugar Bowl. Let’s […]
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2020 NBA Underrated Edition: Utah Jazz

The Utah Jazz are the most slept on team in the league.But don’t take my word for it; just look at the NBA’s national TV opening week schedule. Utah is nowhere to be found despite being just a few months removed from Donovan Mitchell’s incredible playoff performance. Early media coverage – or lack thereof – […]
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College basketball diary

Ian’s College Basketball Diary: Week Four

Somehow college basketball made it through another week; which means another week for my college basketball diary. The full steam ahead model gave us a college football season, and now college basketball is choosing to do the same. Nonetheless, this journal isn’t for another scathing review over the travesty this college basketball season is; I […]
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Rebuild Overview: Miami Dolphins, Year Two

The Miami rebuild is alive and well. Entering the Dolphin’s Week 13 matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs, many experts pinned the Chiefs to pick up another victory on their way to hoisting up another super bowl trophy. However, what no one saw coming was the competitive fire displayed by the Miami Dolphins. And without […]
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College Football Playoff 2020: Why the Playoff Should Be Expanded

After an unpredictable, COVID-19 filled season, the College Football Playoff is officially set. Following the conference championship matchups, there was a lot of speculation over whether or not Ohio State would, or even should, get a spot in the top four. The Buckeyes only played six games and didn’t really beat any major teams. A […]
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