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What kind of stuff did (your starting pitcher) have tonight? What is your scouting report on (the winning pitcher)? What wasn’t working for (the opponent’s starting pitcher)? When you get into a tense situation, what do you think about to stay relaxed? How did coach feel at the half?
Typical Post-Game Interview Questions. The direction I want to take my legacy in is to have "Sideline Reporter" ask Coach Mumford a question following the game...in typical post-game interview fashion and then respond to that question. I've done a search on google and askjeeves and haven't been able to come up with anything.
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Researching these potential interview questions will help you properly prepare for upcoming interviews, so that you can exude confidence and professionalism during the interview. In this article, we explore possible sports interview questions and provide sample answers to help you impress your interviewer.
A pre-game interview with your own coach can often be a lot easier than a opposing coach as you often know what message to stay on, what the team has been working on during the week in practice and other key details to talk about.
Here are 10 questions I ask in my one on one meeting. 1. How did you feel about our practices? 2. How do you think we can improve our offense next year? What steps can we take as a team to do even better offensively? 3. How do you think we can improve our defense next year? What steps can we take as a team to do even better defensively? 4.
Post Game interview, with Head Coach, Dave Trumbo, after the 3-0 win over Albright.
The most horrible post-game meetings of all time include coaches abusing reporters. And players having a meltdown after a bad loss. Others are weird interactions amongst proficient athletes and journalists. It’s the journalist’s job to inquire about the tough questions.