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Coach’s Corner a power skills huddle hosted by ESPN Analyst Fran Fraschilla Welcome to our broadcast series Coach’s Corner. This is a 30-minute huddle focusing on Power Skills and their importance for successful careers. Host Fran Fraschilla will engage guest speakers in discussion about the importance of transferable power skills such as mindset, communication and teamwork and how they contributed to the speaker’s career journey. Join us in this casual interview setting where we encourage participation in the conversation.
Our Host Fran Fraschilla is currently an ESPN college basketball game and studio analyst. He serves as an analyst primarily on Big 12 Conference men’s basketball games. At ESPN, he worked on NBA Draft coverage, the FIBA World Championships in 2006 and 2010, as well as the NBA and high school basketball. Fraschilla coached at the collegiate level for 23 years, posting an overall record of 175-100. When he joined ESPN, he ranked as the 34th winningest active coach in men’s college basketball. His teams made eight postseason appearances in nine years, including three NCAA Tournaments (1993, 1995 and 1998).
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August 6, 2020
Bruce Arians, Head Coach Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Bruce Arians was named the 12th head coach in Bucs franchise history on January 8, 2019. Arians is a two-time Associated Press NFL Coach of the Year, earning the award in 2012 (Indianapolis Colts) and in 2014 (Arizona Cardinals). He is the only coach in NFL history to earn the award multiple times in a three-year span with different teams and is one of only 12 coaches in NFL history to win the award multiple times. Upon being hired by Tampa Bay, Arians quickly built a staff of qualified assistant coaches, bringing on a collection of coaches with decades of NFL experience. In building his staff, Arians also put together one of the most diverse coaching groups in the NFL. The Buccaneers are the only team in the league to have three coordinator positions, as well as the role of assistant head coach, filled by minority coaches. In addition, Arians' staff made NFL history by becoming the first to have two female coaches in full-time assistant roles. Prior to arriving in Tampa, Arians spent five seasons as the head coach of the Arizona Cardinals (2013-17) in addition to a 12-game stint as interim head coach for the Indianapolis Colts (2012), compiling a regular season record of 58-33-1. During that 92-game stretch Arians was a head coach, his 58 wins ranked fourth in the NFL, trailing only Bill Belichick (73), Pete Carroll (63) and Mike Tomlin (59).
July 16, 2020
Dr. Edwin Moses OLY
Olympic gold medals in 1976 and 1984, three World Cup titles, two World Championships, and broke the World Record four times as a 400-meter hurdler. Known as The Thinking Man’s Athlete ™, Icon 2 Icon ™ Co-creator, Moses attended Morehouse College on an academic scholarship where he earned a B.S. in Physics. He went on to receive his MBA from Pepperdine University. For the past 20 years, Moses cemented his place as a global sports icon pioneer against the use of performance-enhancing drugs as the Chairman Emeritus of the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) in addition to being the former Chair of the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) Education Committee. He is the Chairman of the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation, an association of sporting legends, which uses the positive influence of sport as a powerful tool for social change around the globe. He is an avid gardener, pilot, and the Dad of Julian Moses a professional volleyball player who holds a degree in Computer Science and a Master’s in Data Science.
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