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Don't laugh, but I seriously would see if he's interested in our DC position. Wouldn't hurt to inquire...no?
De La Salle High School coach Bob Ladouceur is retiring after 34 years, ending a run that included a national record 151-game winning streak from 1992 to 2003 and 20 unbeaten seasons.
Grew up in he same town as DLS. Coach Lad is as good of a coach as any one in any sport at any level.
Word is he is retired but continuing to teach theology at DLS and probably still consult with the team. He has had college offers before and never had any interest.
Would have been really interesting to see what he could have done at the next level
Guy's amazing, and is one of those coaches that stays in close contact with his former players.
Beyond incredible, is that his teams haven't lost to a local opponent since 1991....think about that!
Years spent in awe, watching his well coached teams dismantle more talented, bigger abd faster opponents
His O Lines were unfreakinly efficient
It was amazing to watch them dominate D Lines stocked with 270-300 LB players when his guys were rarely over 220
His teams played the game at an incredibly high level, played the game how it was meant to be played, and exhibited nothing but class always
This man should be honored at the Super Bowl
I totally agree ... I have watched his teams in the state championships and I am impressed with what this coach has accomplished.
Talk about your low key coach ... he gets it done like a zen master ... amazing
He doesn't even coach the D at DLS. He's an offensive coach (though he doesn't call his own plays anymore).
ETA -- he's still going to coach at DLS -- either some part of the JV or some part of the varsity squad(s).
Probably can't afford him anyways -- he gets $10K a year for coaching football (lol but still amazing).
This post was edited by TrojanTKE 18 months ago
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