Now that the collegiate championship has been settled, not even LSU and Clemson coaches (and players) will get any time off. It will be business as usual with players locking into their off-season routine and coaches moving on to the next recruiting class while preparing for spring practice.
College football coaches, certainly in terms of hours spent on the phone with recruits, while practice planning and giving due diligence to tape study, earn their big salaries.
The game has become an intense, year-round exercise, but nobody is complaining, especially those being compensated at one of the Power 5 conferences.
However, year-round football is nothing new. When the 1939 Orange Bowl ended with Tennessee upsetting Oklahoma in a game which is remember the game “that made the Orange Bowl,” the Volunteer players were naturally celebrating gleefully. Their coach the legendary Bob Neyland congratulated them but had this reminder: “Spring practice starts next week.”
Following the Orange Bowl Jan. 1, 1942, Georgia’s first bowl game, everyone was giddy and euphoric. When the team returned home from Miami there was a note on the bulletin board in the dormitory that…
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