…in another thread. Richard correctly pointed out how tough that might be for the family.
I tried to think of a Power Five head coach who had a high caliber QB son who did not play for his Dad. Not only could I not think of one, I could not think of any who did play for Dad either. When Dad was a successful athlete, there aren’t a lot of times that a son equals or exceeds Dad. Add that great athletes don’t often end up as successful head coaches, so all of that may explain the lack of examples. Or maybe it is just my bad memory. Can anyone help with some examples?