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TC 189: Chip Baker, Florida State

We’ve been looking forward to this interview for a long time. Chip Baker is a popular man on the Florida State campus. Not only because of what he’s accomplished, but because of an infectious and magnetic personality. I’d almost go as far as to say he’s a cult hero in Tallahassee (almost). He’s was a

TC139: Dave Barnett, Flagler College

Typically, it’s part resume, part travelogue, but Dave Barnett has been at Flagler College now for 28 years. That’s quite an accomplishment, especially for a guy who’s early years included barnstorming the country with The King and His Court. With over 800 wins, Barnett has set his name in granite at Flagler and still appears

TC136: Greg Brown, Nova Southeastern

When a guy comes recommended by someone like Penn State’s Rob Cooper, then that’s an easy addition to the Top Coach lineup. Coach Cooper first crossed paths with Nova Southeastern University‘s Greg Brown in their work with USA Baseball. But that’s only part of Coach Brown’s baseball journey. Along the way he played in the

Top Coach 100: Mark Kingston, South Florida

Wow! 100 episodes. How time has flown. To celebrate this milestone, we wanted to bring one of the coaches most instrumental for getting Top Coach off the ground to be a guest. Mark Kingston was at Illinois State University when Top Coach was being launched. Along with Nate Metzger of Heartland Community College and Billy

Top Coach 83: Terry Rooney, UCF (part 2)

Alrightee! We’re headed back to Mouse Town to finish up our discussion with UCF head coach Terry Rooney. Enjoy! In case you missed it, here’s part 1 of our chat with Coach Rooney. Follow Terry Rooney on Twitter. Follow UCF Knights on Twitter. Follow Top Coach on Twitter at @TopCoachPodcast. Check out Rich Prado and Play In School

Top Coach 42: Dusty Rhodes

In the old days they used to call folks like this “the genuine article” or “the real deal”. That’s what you get when you meet ABCA Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes. He is one of the most respected coaches in the game, but he strikes you as just a plain ol’ good guy — the

Top Coach 36: Jim Morris, Miami

Over 1,500 wins as a head coach about says it all. Jim Morris’ accomplishments are plenty and his name has become synonymous with the College World Series. In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if he had a vacation home in Omaha. Morris turned Georgia Tech from a perennial basement dweller into one of the nation’s