The true mark of success (or lack thereof): an anti-you website

Deveney, Sean
December 2005
Sporting News;12/2/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 48, p8
The article focuses on the life of a coach in the age of the Internet. If a coach has a firing website, it's probably because that coach has risen high enough to earn a high-profile job. Ron Zook was fired and he now describes the website FireRonZook.com as his legacy to coaching. The team Cincinnati Bengals has a fansite, MikeBrownsucks.com. Superagent Drew Rosenhaus is targeted on FireDrewRosenhaus.com. The good news is website registrations eventually must be renewed.


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