Former England women's national team Head Coach Graham Smith talks about coaching the coach, the difference between player-centric and player-focused coaching, and how he built a World Cup winner with the England Women's Team.
Former USA 7s and 15s player Tui Osborne discuses culture, preparation, and leadership with Bruce McLane.
Osborne was a national champion in 7s and also an Eagle, before helping coach Life University to a national collegiate title. He is now Head Coach at St. Bonaventure.
Bruce Mclane and Mike Tolkin decided they didn't get into quite enough detail in their first sit-down, so they sat down again and went over attack options and ideas, including specific roles for specific players.
Mike Tolkin, who has coached the USA Men's National Team, RUNY, and Xavier HS, sits down with his old friend Bruce McLane to talk coaching.
This show covers a wide range of issues, including exits, attack philosophy, set-piece launching, and some psychology.
Longtime Atlantis coach Biddy Boyle joins Alex and, more importantly, Bruce, to talk coaching, bringing players together, and the deep, deep philosophy of creating something out of nothing.
Rugby on an outbreak hiatus? OK, let's talk coaching with the experts.
Alex and Bruce talk about the LA 7s and how big a deal it is, and then they talk about other big deals, like the supposed death of club rugby (woe, didn't see that coming).
MLR opened up its third season with a game in Las Vegas, three new teams, of which two won, and Bruce and Alex look at what approach puts the pieces together the quickest.
And ... what's a Gilgroni?
Bruce McLane holds forth with Alex Goff about the fallacy that the college-All Americans-Eagles pathway is THE way.
Players from American colleges are outnumbered on the US National Team. That doesn't mean college rugby isn't meaningful, it is, but this brings up several questions as to whether we look at the right players, coaches, pathways, and ideas. Mclane has opinions.
Pat Clifton joins Alex Goff and Bruce McLane to talk about USA Rugby's financial woes, why blaming specific people is bad, then they blame specific people, and then they talk about some radical ways forward.
Alex and Bruce talk about what aspects of the rugby world they are thankful for, and look at tactical and skill improvements in the USA women's 7s team, and look at pathway decisions in the USA men's 7s team.
And they also talk about sushi. Why? Listen and find out.
Alex Goff and Bruce McLane talk about whether college playoffs are useful, too big, too small (?), or just there to make some people feel good.