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    The Well Dressed Coach

    Here is what the well dressed coach is wearing this year.
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    Re: The Well Dressed Coach

    So *THAT* is where Squiggy ended up after Laverne & Shirley went off the air.. he should send Elton John his suit back too
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    Re: The Well Dressed Coach

    Holy smokes! That is quite a suit. Would like to photograph him throughout the season! LOL!

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    Re: The Well Dressed Coach

    This is the second coach I have encountered this season with the Loudmouth clothing. The other was on the college level and got a lot of national publicity last year when the started wearing it. Here is a photo of Tom Hodges of MSU in one of his Loudmouth outfits from a couple of weeks ago.
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    Re: The Well Dressed Coach

    Larry,

    Some coaches suffer from arrested development. If they aren't yelling, screaming, and cursing as though they attended dramatic acting classes they are parading around in ridiculous outfits like this. The school presidents should take showboats like this to the woodshed for a little lecture on normal behavior and respect for the reputation of the school.

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    Re: The Well Dressed Coach

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob32 View Post
    Larry,

    Some coaches suffer from arrested development. If they aren't yelling, screaming, and cursing as though they attended dramatic acting classes they are parading around in ridiculous outfits like this. The school presidents should take showboats like this to the woodshed for a little lecture on normal behavior and respect for the reputation of the school.

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    I see you found this post Bob. I just responded to your thread and duplicated the images of the Loudmouth clothing on it.
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    Re: The Well Dressed Coach

    Those are some pretty intense fashion choices!

    I wonder what mix of this attention-getting attire is based on school spirit, some 'arrested development' need for attention as Bob suggests, and perhaps the practical reason of needing to contrast themselves against the bleachers so they can communicate with the refs/players more easily.

    The first [left pane] picture of Old-Timer's post is pretty funny - it looks like the player really isn't a big fan of her coach.

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    Re: The Well Dressed Coach

    If I was an assistant Id be mad having to wear that ouch
    even my Sr. prom stuff wasnt that loud
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    Re: The Well Dressed Coach

    i'm surprised the team is able to play. i'd be amused the entire time. however, the outfit does make the coach look "safe"

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    Re: The Well Dressed Coach

    Well I think they wear those attractive suits so that their players can see them immediately in the crowd.. I'm curious how popular they are with those suits..
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    Re: The Well Dressed Coach

    This guy is awesome. Investing in well-fitting and stylish clothes can make a significant impact on the image of coaches. Their attire plays an important role in how they are perceived by their team and the public. If you are seeking some inspiration and recommendations for men's fashion, check out Nykaa Fashion reviews online.

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