The William & Mary head football coach talks about how his team is prepping for the 2021 spring season and his recent battle with the coronavirus and being forced into isolation.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
From The Archives - Serving Others Through Football with Mike London, Head Coach William and Mary
Coach and Coordinator Podcast
From the Archives: Serving Others Through Football with Mike London, Head Coach William & MaryOn today’s episode of the Coach and Coordinator podcast, host Keith Grabowski sits down with Mike London, head coach at the College of William & Mary. Coach London has an extensive coaching history dating back to the 1980s. In 2008, London led the Richmond Spiders to their first FCS National Championship in school history. For his work that year, he was named AFCA’s FCS National Coach of the Year. In 2011, as head coach at Virginia, London won ACC Coach of the year. Most recently, London was the head coach at Howard University, where, in 2017, he led the Bison to one of the greatest upsets in recent NCAA history as they upended UNLV. This past off-season, coach accepted the job at William & Mary to be closer to his family. Coach joined the podcast today to talk about how his experiences in life have helped shaped who he is as a football coach as well as talk about the culture being built at W&M.Show Notes:1:27 Coach’s incredible journey6:05 How did his journey as a police officer and through life reflect on his decision to coach11:32 Servant leadership16:00 How much the history of W&M means to him18:43 Depth of his staff22:14 Constant evolution at W&M and their work with USA Football27:07 Evolving role of sports training technology and science31:09 How the game has changed and how W&M prioritizes it33:33 Winning EdgeRelated Content:User-804678956 – Erik-korem-director-of-sports-science-houston-texansUser-804678956 – Richie-gray-skills-acquisition-and-coaching-education-specialistUser-804678956 – Vision-decision-action-andy-ryland-senior-manager-of-education-and-training-usa-footballUser-804678956 – Ncaa-leaders-brennan-marion-howard-university-offensive-coordinator
I go one on one with Mike London as we discuss his journey and success in the state of Virginia. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jojodradio/support
Robert Griffin III, Calais Campbell and Mike London discuss racial injustice and policing in America
Race In America: A Candid Conversation
Calais Campbell, the 2019 Walter Payton Man of the Year, Robert Griffin III, and Mike London, head football coach at William and Mary and a former Richmond police officer and detective, join NBC Sports Washington’s Chris Miller for a discussion on police in America and race relations.
Samantha Huge with Mike London | College of William and Mary
1.Question Leadership Podcast
William & Mary AD Huge and FB Coach London visit @1QLeadership talk about the interactions and conversations on campus as the country expresses its frustration with racism. Huge speaks on her experience engaging students for in-depth discussions. London talks about engaging his players and being forthright about his experience as a police officer prior to becoming a football coach. The conversation wraps on the potential for positive outcomes from the unified voices heard around the world.
Mike London | Head Football Coach | William & Mary
1.Question Leadership Podcast
Mike London, Head Football Coach at College of William & Mary, visits @1QLeadership to discuss the synergy between he and Tribe AD Samantha Huge. London checks classes so the team and professors understand the importance of academics to the football team. He talks about dealing with the loss of a player and allowing the team to see him cry. Coach London also gets emotional as he goes into detail about the rare case of being a bone marrow donor for his own daughter. The episode is co-hosted by Coach Glenn Caruso (@Coach_Caruso).