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  • v. 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

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

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

  • 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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  • A lot of coaches in the league could screw this up by overcoaching them. and of course, I may have been using a tiny bit of hyperbole, but I will not confirm or deny

    CelticsBlog

  • Faxon also stressed that parents should try to avoid overcoaching their kids.

    naplesnews.com Stories

  • In cultural terms the big picture of what was going on in the five seconds involved the always difficult balance between overcoaching players or giving them too much freedom.

    The Strange Death of Liberal America

  • I never got more media requests than the day I criticized the campaign for holding Palin too tight, overcoaching her, and not setting her free.

    The Corner

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