Tune into this show to hear guest Tim Corbin, the 2014 DI National Coach of the Year, share lessons he learned from the 2014 championship season. Tim discussion: 1. Himself as a leader 2. Leading and leaning on assistant coaches 3. Leading players on and off the field 4. Building a team, 5 The importance of trust among peers 6. Planning, preparation and teaching, and 7. The game including how it has changed and I’ve changed with it. Tim has coached collegiately 27 years: 12 at Vanderbilt 9 as an assist at Clemson 6 at Presbyterian College. In 2002 at Clemson he was named 2002 National Assist Coach-of-the-Year. He has also been recognized three times as SEC coach of the year. In 2006 he was the head coach of the USA National Team and assistant coach of the team in 2000, both of those teams gold medals.