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    Jamie Kohl on staff?

    Is there a reason we can't have Jamie Kohl come in and work with the kickers once a week next fall? We'll have two freshmen kickers who could use his tutelage, at least one of which attended his camp. Is it against NCAA rules to bring in a contracted hired gun so to speak, or do you have to be a full time coach?



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    Re: Jamie Kohl on staff?

    Hopefully the guy we're already paying to do that can do a good enough job, or we hired the wrong guy.




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    Re: Jamie Kohl on staff?

    He was my highschool kicking coach. I really improved under him.


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    Re: Jamie Kohl on staff?

    They both have been to his camps I believe. Im pretty sure Iowa State can not bring him in but I think that the kickers themselves could go work with him on their own time and dime but not positive on that. On a side note the special teams/running back coach isn't exactly supposed to be a kicking coach but he should be able to help and know the mental side of things and the basics of kicking.


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    Re: Jamie Kohl on staff?

    Kohl is a good coach.. always saw improvement with the kickers at ames.. hes a good guy too..


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    Re: Jamie Kohl on staff?

    Quote Originally Posted by HGPuck View Post
    They both have been to his camps I believe. Im pretty sure Iowa State can not bring him in but I think that the kickers themselves could go work with him on their own time and dime but not positive on that. On a side note the special teams/running back coach isn't exactly supposed to be a kicking coach but he should be able to help and know the mental side of things and the basics of kicking.
    I'm hoping to go beyond the basics and actually have the kicking game be a team strength. We haven't had a kicker on campus who actually got better through his career in a long while, unless you count the half season of Carl Gomez.



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