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  • v. To coach too much.


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over- +‎ coach


  • He never tries to overcoach by calling too many plays. - Half-court shots: EJ's midseason report

  • Sometimes coaches want to overcoach and try to put three or four passes together.

    The Seattle Times

  • They may not have a high ceiling with this talent, and VDN wouldn't get them there if they did, but he is not a team-killer like those who overcoach either.

    Blog a Bull

  • "The real challenge will be for us to be good at what we do and not overcoach because of the situation," said Sneddon, noting that the Catamounts were in final exams this week and could practice as a team only Wednesday and after the last of the exams Friday. -

  • "So we're just trying to keep the same flow, not overcoach, not go, 'OK, A to B to C to D to E to F to G.'

    College Hockey News from CHN

  • "How you don't overthink it is don't overcoach it, and that's why I'm glad we are playing Wednesday. Feature Stories

  • You have to be very careful to not overcoach, just from the fact that we know each other more, "said Sneddon. News


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