Corvallis, Ore. -- In this edition of the KEZI Sports Extra podcast, Andrew Haubner talks with Oregon State wide receivers coach Kefense Hynson. Scroll forward to hear:
1:10 - The biggest difference CoVid has had on the football season.
2:32 - Why rapid change of schedules can be fun for coaches.
3:55 - The history of Willamette University's Pearl Harbor team.
4:59 - His playing career at Willamette.
5:42 - Why he went into coaching.
7:16 - His end goal for coaching when he first began his career.
9:23 - What makes good coaches great, and great coaches the best.
11:45 - His biggest learning moments as a coach.
14:36 - How Oregon State approaches coaching and recruiting.
17:15 - How the Oregon State programs have built trust with their teams in this rebuild.
20:51 - Setting a standard as the team improves.
22:49 - The biggest rebuilds he's been a part of.
24:27 - The resource differences at different levels of college football.
26:17 - How different locations and changes in scenery have led to growth, personally and professionally.
30:06 - The social conversation within Oregon State football during 2020's Civil Rights Summer.
33:22 - The aftermath of being mentioned in The Ringers feature about black coaching in football.
36:56 - How coaching hiring processes can change in light of the summer's spotlighting of coaching inequities in football.
42:17 - How he felt watching some of his players take the lead on the fight for social justice.
45:17 - What changes caused by CoVid will be taken by coaches moving forward.
48:16 - His favorite 'meeting a new head coach' story.