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Alot of the AD's job is providing the needed tools to succeed. The hardest thing for an AD is saying " NO" to things requested..but not needed.
Hyman does a fantastic job of explainig our budget and making folks understand the situation. He prioritzes very well and often has to say no..to things. What you do not want is a free-for-all where the coaches feel like getting what they want is a matter of first come first serve or making it a squeeky wheel scenerio.
There is alot to being an AD.,,,it isn;t just feel good stuff...or fund raising. It is alot of managing...and I am not sure about bringing in a coach to managed his prior collegues. I would not be against it...but I think the best solution is to hire a proven AD looking for a step up.
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