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  • v. Present participle of outcoach.


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  • I'll never forget the Marquette game in about '88, which we WON on some late Lebo heroics, when he gave Rick Majerus the Player of the Game award for "outcoaching Dean Smith."

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  • "This was just an exhibition of one team totally outclassing the other team, outcoaching the other team, out-everything the other team," Heat coach Pat Riley said.

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  • There are few coaches who can outrecruit the smooth-talking Wright, and just a small group capable of outcoaching him.

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  • And to me, the James era is defined by James outcoaching his opponents in bowl games.

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  • He is a master motivator, but his best asset may be fitting personnel to scheme and simply outcoaching people. College Football News, Schedules and Scores Headlines

  • It's closer than I expected, but Stan Van Jeremy is outcoaching the Zen Master, the wonderful manager of egos and the questionable strategist. News

  • Payton said Belichick is the best in the business right now, someone who'll certainly end up in the Hall of Fame, someone "you worry about outcoaching you on the coin toss." Top News Headlines

  • So the Great Squib Kick Debate merely diverts attention from the most pressing issue that re-emerged in the Atlanta loss: Teams can beat the Bears this year by outcoaching their defense. - Sports

  • Stoops has been credited with outcoaching Brown, primarily because of two blowout wins.

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