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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.

Your Experience Matters

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.


NBA Trade Deadline Preview

With the trade deadline a little more than a month away the NBA rumor mill is beginning to light up. Teams all across the league are looking for that one last piece to take them over the edge. Unlike most years, half the league isn’t actively trying to tank, so we can expect more buyers.  […]
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New York Yankees: Jasson Dominguez Hype Train Moving Way Too Fast

The New York Yankees have tons of young talent in the farm system. Heading into 2021, one prospect in particular has caught everyone’s eye: international prospect Jasson Dominguez. Dominguez, only 18 years old, signed with the Yankees out of the Dominican Republic back in 2019 for $5.1 million when he was 16 years old. He’s […]
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Texas Longhorns Land 2022 Class’ #2 Quarterback Maalik Murphy

The Texas Longhorns and new coach Steve Sarkisian received commitment from the 2022 #2 QB prospect Maalik Murphy on Saturday, Feb. 13. When Texas hired Sarkisian back in January, the hope was that along with his offensive mind, his name would draw in top recruits after his time at Alabama. Well, it just did. When […]
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What can’t Paige Bueckers do?

In case you were wondering, Paige Bueckers, from UConn basketball, is definitely living up to her highly anticipated freshman season. The 5’11 point guard out of Hopkins, Minnesota was receiving major recognition even before her collegiate career took off. Bueckers was the No. 1 overall recruit in America for the class of 2024. Under her […]
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Bernie Williams: Most Underrated Yankee of All-Time?

The New York Yankees are the most storied franchise in the history of baseball with 27 World Series Championships. When you look at all of the baseball royalty that has played in Yankee pinstripes, it’s easy to forget about players that weren’t the face of the team but were a large part of its success. […]
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Spurs Live Dogs in the Western Conference

Spurs Live Dogs in the West So far in the 2020-21 NBA Season, many crazy stories have shaken the league to its core. However, one story cruising under the radar this season is what makes the San Antonio Spurs live dogs in the west.  The Spurs are, as I’m writing this, the sixth seed in […]
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Business is Boomin’ in Brooklyn

Get your quick, cheap wins in now because KD and the Nets are coming into form. The Nets are intriguing to watch but also very confusing. Since the trade, Brooklyn is 7-6 and 5-3 in the games the Big 3 have played together. With Kevin Durant out at least 5 more games due to COVID-19 […]
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Bantamweight Prospects: UFC’s Karol Rosa and Tracy Cortez

Women’s Bantamweight (135) The 135lb talent is getting stale and desperately needs new blood to take over the division. The “old head” women’s Bantamweights like Germaine de Randamie (GDR), Holly Holm, and of course, Amanda Nunes, have been on top of the Bantamweight mountain since the Rousey era ended in 2015-2016. 🥋 Not just a […]
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College Basketball Is a Lot of Fun to Watch… Even Without Fans

This year’s college basketball season has been an absolute roller coaster. And that’s putting it lightly. Heading into the 2020-2021 season, we really didn’t know what to expectCOVID-19 protocols, mostly in-conference schedules, and, of course, no fans in the arenas. After last year’s Tournament got canceled, I think I speak for most fans in saying […]
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