Sports Illustrated came out with an interesting article today written by Christianne Harder who works as a consultant for the Western Kentucky football program. Harder gives some valuable insight on what it's like to be a woman in the world of college football.
In the article Harder explains that her position as a female in the realm of college football has been changed drastically by the recent turn of events at Arkansas. So much so that networking over dinner and drinks with male coaching colleagues is something that may never be seen in the same light.
Harder explains that for women in college football, there are two major unspoken rules. Those two rules are watching what you wear at the office, and being careful of where and how you engage with the coaches on staff.