A new NCAA rule gives aspiring young coaches a head start

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A new NCAA rule gives aspiring young coaches a head start

Thanks to the NCAA’s new graduate assistant rule, which allows football programs to have four graduate assistants – instead of just two – Texas Tech alumnus Ty Linder found himself a job at Oklahoma State. “More than anything, it allows you to bring them along as coaches,” said Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops, who started his career as a GA at Iowa.

A new NCAA rule gives aspiring young coaches a head start

Thanks to the NCAA’s new graduate assistant rule, which allows football programs to have four graduate assistants – instead of just two – Texas Tech alumnus Ty Linder found himself a job at Oklahoma State. “More than anything, it allows you to bring them along as coaches,” said Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops, who started his career as a GA at Iowa.
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