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ATN Podcast 235: Doing right, doing wrong, doing new

February is 10 percent shorter than most months, so we’re getting this month’s podcast just under the wire. So while it’s a short month, we still have a full-sized podcast.

We’re joined this month by new Aurora coach Don Beebe, whom you might better know as a former NFL player, one who played in six Super Bowls and provided a quite memorable highlight in one of them. He talks about his new position, his first as a collegiate head coach, including how he watches film on recruits.

We also have Colten Bartholomew on this month’s show. Bartholomew writes for the La Crosse Tribune, and broke a story last month that was quite fascinating, where he found that a former offensive coordinator at UW-Whitewater emailed his team’s playbook to a Division III football head coach, who then forwarded it to yet another D-III head coach. We get the details.

Wrapping it up, we have a roundtable discussion about a proposal to change the regional breakdown in Division III football from the current and long-standing four regions to as many as six. Why is this necessary? What issues could it raise? We talk it through.

Pat and Keith talk about it all, as well as the latest coaching changes in the latest D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast. The D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast is a regular conversation between Pat Coleman and Keith McMillan and guests covering the wide range of Division III football.

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Full episode:

Colten Bartholomew’s piece: https://lacrossetribune.com/sports/local/college/tribune-investigation-uw-whitewater-defensive-schemes-sent-to-uw-la/article_b927a731-7744-5393-9fb8-ee6ae3909b03.html

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