Briandong79 wrote:JichaelDick wrote:Briandong79 wrote:I laughed.
I get the idea behind having Ladies Nights, but the A&M thing was bad.
My father and brother went to this and loved it. I think you could do something on a smaller scale for the public and charge, say, $50 a head for something like this (and you can always upcharge with chances to meet with some big name former players, coaches, or random folks who might be interested in helping).
My friend's dad and uncle took a coaching class that was taught by Norm Parker down at Iowa (#RIP) and they loved it. I watch a few games per year with them and they talk about how Norm hated to blitz, which was my biggest pet peeve about him and why he drove me nuts as a DC (#RIP), but they take it as gospel. Every time Iowa gets burned on a blitz they bitch about it, conveniently ignoring the previous 8 plays where the defense is picked apart because they can't generate a pass rush.
Iowa has an Iowa Ladies Football Academy that I know a bunch of people go to, and by all accounts, it's a great event. I think it's run by Ferentz's wife and raises money for the U of Iowa hospital. It's definitely possible to do events like that, and not particularly hard, just don't pander.
I want to try a Pretentious Valley IPA
Spurrier's women's football clinic was universally loved i think. also gave us this photo which never fails to make me laugh