Unlike many college baseball coaches stunned by the remainder of the 2020 college baseball season suddenly ending due to the nationwide effort to halt the spread of the coronavirus, UL coach Matt Deggs has kind of experienced this before.Fired just before the 2011 season at Texas A&M because of his personal battle with alcohol, Deggs found out the hard way how bad life without baseball can be.“I’ve already been through this on my own one time,” Deggs said. “I got fired before the 2011 season and trust me, it sucks.“We’re all wired to compete and when that’s gone, it’s super empty and hollow. You’ve got to try to be really constructive.” UL women’s coach Garry Brodhead found way to effectively cope with season abruptly ending It was kind of a spur-of-the-moment decision and one UL women’s basketball coach Garry Brodhead is very glad he made. His Ragin’ Cajuns were just beginning to build up some steam when the sports world came to a halt last week. UL had just defeated McNeese State on the road 7-0 and was suddenly 8-9 on the season, despite a 2-8 start.“I’m a little different,” Deggs said. “I try to look at the blessing in… Read full this story
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