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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.

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WNBA: Could Toronto Possibly be Expecting a Team

The WNBA currently has teams ranging across America, but as sports influencers and other major icons speak up for the creation of a new team in Toronto, Canada, there are questions up in the air about making it a reality. Could there possibly be a new team coming to Toronto? With a @Drake co-sign, is […]
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The Chicago Blackhawks: What Did and Did Not Happen in 2010

On June 9, 2010, the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Philadelphia Flyers during game six of the Stanley Cup Finals. The team lifted the cup above their heads for the first time since 1961. After almost 49 years without a victory, the entire franchise breathed a sigh of relief.  Underneath the celebration of players and staff […]
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Biles’ Brand Takes a Huge Hit

Simone Biles has done what she has done in the sport. Though she is held to a higher standard as a heroic Olympian, I hope she doesn’t lose her mind. Whatever the set back, I always hope people recover from it. Still, after withdrawing from competition Simone Biles’ brand takes a huge hit. Today the […]
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Tokyo Olympics: Who’s Playing For Gold?

The 2020 Tokyo Olympics are finally here! After the long-awaited wait, we finally get to see the best of the best square off and fight for the right to say they are the best. While the reigning champions are still the team to beat, Team USA is not a team other countries fear playing anymore. […]
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Bellator Featherweight Grand Prix Final

This Saturday, the Bellator Featherweight Grand Prix will crown a 145lb champion. Patricio ‘Pitbull’ progressed in the tournament enroute to another title defense against the young AJ McKee. Embed from Getty Images ‘Pitbull’ is one of the top MMA fighters in the world, in or outside of the UFC. AJ ‘Mercenary’ McKee is as close […]
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Yanez vs. Costa: The People’s Main Event

When I think of my favorite cheat snacks or drinks, my mind instantly goes straight to Flamin’ Hot Cheetos with Limón, Nerds Gummy Clusters, and the illustrious Hi-C Orange (thank you for doing the right thing, McDonald’s). However, these world-class fighters Adrian Yanez and Randy Costa are loyal to their cheat snack/drink: Dr. Pepper and […]
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Oklahoma, Texas Say Goodbye to the Big 12, Head for the SEC

News of Oklahoma and Texas jointly leaving the Big 12 for the SEC exploded Thursday upon reports that both schools had skipped the Big 12 conference call. Since then, a lot of information has risen to the surface. Here’s a quick summary of it.   Allegedly, talks began quite some time ago. Over a year […]
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Conor Seemed Broken by $100 Million

Fighting is a lot like life. You do not always get out what you put in. You can prepare and give yourself better odds of reaching a goal, but failure is always your most available outcome. Injuries, failure, and personal tragedies can diminish an athlete’s will to be great. Children are so inspirational because they […]
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The Notorious Conor McGregor: Part 1

Two years sober for a drug addict is celebrated. An A-student becoming a C-student is a fall from grace. Social and professional stratification reinforce standards in society. Thus, we all have different expectations of different people. We never tell tradesmen to look up to intellectuals because their paths to success are different. For some reason, […]
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