Army coach is just like her team: tough when it counts
She should've turned down the West Point job. Why take it? As the top assistant at DePaul, Maggie Dixon had everything going for her -- a hot recruiting hand, a winning program, a burgeoning family coaching pedigree. She had been duly warned.
Take the Army job?
Within a week of the start of October practice?
"I can't think of a tougher first job for a young person who's never been a head coach than coming here," Army's top assistant, Dave Magarity, says.
No one ...
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