Mike Goodpaster and The Grueling Truth are back with another engaging interview, this time with former college football head coach of the Cincinnati Bearcats, Rick Minter. Mike and Rick cover a number of topics like Texas High School Football, coaching with Lou Holtz, Monty Kiffin, Pete Carroll, coaching at Notre Dame, and coaching at Cincinnati. Get a full writeup of every topic below.
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3:53 On working with Lou Holtz and breaking into college football.
6:51 What is it like to coach at Notre Dame?
9:29 Was there any trepidation on your part taking the Cincinnati job?
14:40 How did you change the culture at Cincinnati?
22:00 You were a great gameplanner, how did you try to get success in games where maybe you were undersized and undermatched? Like when you beat #8 Wisconsin.
32:55 Looking at UC today, do you see them getting into the college football playoffs?
45:30 Coach Minter’s thoughts on the expanded college football playoffs.
49:53 What was it like working with Bob Huggins?
55:35 Do you think Luke Fickle goes anywhere after this season?
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