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  • verb Present participle of overcoach.

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Examples

  • And Pittsburgh's Dan Bylsma might be new, but he isn't overcoaching and is letting the players be themselves.

    Demers: Improved Penguins are poised to soar

  • ` ` I've got to make sure that I'm not overcoaching, '' Brown said.

    USATODAY.com

  • And UT fans will lament Rick Barnes 'coaching (or lack thereof; or, perhaps, the overcoaching) all the live long day, and that may be a factor in preventing the burnt orange from ever winning a national title under his tutelage.

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • And UT fans will lament Rick Barnes 'coaching (or lack thereof; or, perhaps, the overcoaching) all the live long day, and that may be a factor in preventing the burnt orange from ever winning a national title under his tutelage.

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • The Ashes 2010: England must beware dangers of overcoaching their players, says Simon

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • And UT fans will lament Rick Barnes 'coaching (or lack thereof; or, perhaps, the overcoaching) all the live long day, and that may be a factor in preventing the burnt orange from ever winning a national title under his tutelage.

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • And UT fans will lament Rick Barnes 'coaching (or lack thereof; or, perhaps, the overcoaching) all the live long day, and that may be a factor in preventing the burnt orange from ever winning a national title under his tutelage.

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • And UT fans will lament Rick Barnes 'coaching (or lack thereof; or, perhaps, the overcoaching) all the live long day, and that may be a factor in preventing the burnt orange from ever winning a national title under his tutelage.

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • Boudreau is more concerned about overcoaching now.

    NHL.com Feature Stories

  • One of the fellas above was totally correct - the Indians have absolutely RUINED players with their overcoaching.

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