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Masters In Coaching Episode I: Head Football Coach Jason Negro

Posted on 8/5/2020 by Tim Cates

Jason Negro

You think about high school football and winning programs the last decade in Southern California, only a few schools have done it consistently while also sending young men off to college on scholarships to play football at the next level and hopefully fulfill their dreams of playing football in the NFL. One of those programs is St. John Bosco High School, and their head coach is Jason Negro – nearly 20 years as a head coach, first at Trabuco Hills, now at St. John Bosco since 2010. He’s won a national championship, numerous CIF championships, and last year was named the national head coach in high school football.

Show Highlights

  • Conducting workouts in pods
  • Returning to his alma mater, the Bosco Braves
  • How to build a winning culture
  • At the end of the day, coaches are educators
  • Hurdles he had to overcome coaching at the high school level
  • The fallacy that money “grows on trees” at private schools
  • Working through administration changes
  • Proudest moments as a head coach
  • The importance of being a lifelong learner

Tags: Masters in Coaching, Track & Field, Coaching, Alumni, MCAA Podcast

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