I caught the last few minutes of the Georgetown-UNC game yesterday – only because it ran long and delayed the start of "60 Minutes".
As someone who didn't really care about the outcome, I admit I found it somewhat exciting to watch. And every now and then, we'd get a glimpse of the team coaches on the sidelines and it got me to wondering about them.
In my college days, the General Manager of the campus radio station where I worked was a student.
The editor of the campus newspaper was a student.
All the extra-curricular programs had faculty advisors, but they were run by students.
So why shouldn't college athletic teams have student coaches?
Wouldn't that be more in line with a student activity?
Let the furor begin.