Culture, Consistency and Challenge: Jason Negro, Head Coach at St. John Bosco High School (CA)

Today on the Coach and Coordinator Podcast we welcome back Head Coach Jason Negro, from St. John Bosco High School (CA.). After winning the national championship in 2019, Coach Negro is looking to help lead his team to defend their title. In this episode, hear from Coach Negro as he tells us how he prepares his team to face difficult schedules, competition, and how to handle success.

3:04 Moving forward in uncertain times
5:54 Facing the best of the best
9:06 Key moments throughout the season
11:15 Foundations of your culture
14:53 Staying at the top
18:30 Repeating as champions
19:49 Preparing your team during the lockdown
22:55 Transitioning back to normal

You can follow Coach Negro on Twitter here: @boscofootball

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– Mindsets and Opportunities for Growth: Dr. Fergus Connolly: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/mindsets-and-opportunities-for-growth-dr-fergus-connolly
– NFL Draft Prospect High School Coaches: Jason Negro (Josh Rosen’s coach): https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/nfl-draft-prospect-high-school-coaches-jason-negro-josh-rosens-coach

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