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Razorback Reverend
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Volunteer Coach at Arkansas has a unique story to tell.
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From the Amazon jungle and Arctic Circle to the manicured turf of Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville, it has been a one-of-a-kind journey for University of Arkansas volunteer football coach Shaun Mercer.
It’s not every day that a 46-year-old gives up a $200,000-a-year job to go back to school in pursuit of a lifelong dream.

His dream? To become a college football coach. Thanks to an unlikely meeting with UA Coach Chad Morris, he’s getting that chance.
A native of Dermott, Mercer credits his hometown football, basketball and baseball coaches for making an impression on his life and planting the seeds of his coaching dream.
“It just seems like they make you a better person,” Mercer said. “They teach you how to be a good, productive man or woman. Most coaches for the most part have a positive influence on a young person’s life.”

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pioneerbasketball
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re: Volunteer Coach at Arkansas has a unique story to tell.
3 minutes is all you need to sell yourself.


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ArHog
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re: Volunteer Coach at Arkansas has a unique story to tell.
DVH = Goat



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Arksulli
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re: Volunteer Coach at Arkansas has a unique story to tell.
If any coach out there is going to appreciate an odd course to becoming a football coach its going to be Chad Morris.


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