A Tale of Patience and Perseverance: The Rich Brooks Saga at Kentucky

Posted by Craig Meyer on July-17-2009 Add Comments

Throughout time, big time athletics have been a young man's game.  The people who compete in the highest levels of sport are young enough to be in the physical prime of their life, and have yet to be hampered with the wear and tear that plague athletes as they become victims of time.

While it may seem obvious that the people who play in the games that we watch aren't collecting social security money, there has been a widespread youth movement with regards to coaches and personnel in professional and college sports alike.

College football has been no exception to this emerging trend, as the average age of a Division I football coach has dropped considerably over the past few years.

Sure there are the coaching lum...

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