Coleman Scott was a multiple-time high school state champion in wrestling-rich Western Pennsylvania. After graduating from high school, he chose Oklahoma State, where he'd go on to win an NCAA championship and place four times at the Division I tournament.
On Episode 195 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast, we'll talk with Coleman Scott, the new head coach at the University of North Carolina. We'll talk with Scott about his memorable high school career, remembering the late Ty Moore, a memorable match from the Beast of the East in 2003 and what he's looking forward to the most in trying to revive North Carolina's wrestling program.
What's the transition been like in the short time he's been on the job, first as an interim coach and now as “the guy?” Find out now on SHORT TIME!
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