Richter’s building job this season about more than wins and losses
By Jonathan Snyder
The true effectiveness of a coach cannot be measured by simply looking at a box score or a win-loss record.
You must look at how he unites a team, bringing different personalities together for one common goal. You need to observe how he responds to the hard times, how he carries himself under pressure. The steps a coach takes toward preparing for game day alongside the temperament shown by him throughout need to be examined if he is to be revered.
A team out of ...