If you're a coach reading this, chances are pretty good that you have dreams or aspirations of moving up the ranks with a journey that culminates at the college level, whether that be NAIA, Division IIII, Division II, FCS, or FBS.
Yesterday, FCS powerhouse North Dakota State released a video profiling a day in the life of assistant coach Tyler Roehl, who played for the Bison himself and now coaches the tight ends and fullbacks.
His morning starts with a workout before watching film with a few of the guys in his position group, followed by a quick FaceTime with his family. 7:30am brings position meetings followed by time on the field and then lunch, film review, more position meetings, and a walk-thru session in the evening.
Finally, at 9:30pm, coach Roehl rolls into his driveway and heads in to whisper "I love you" to his sleeping kids.
This is a really good and in depth and personal look at the life of an assistant at one of the top FCS programs in the country.