University of Kansas

November 20, 2009 12:00 AM

Mangino's approach split team at first job

When Mark Mangino took his first head coaching job at Ellwood City (Pa.) Lincoln High in 1990, he was 33 years old, an up-and-coming former assistant at nearby Geneva College and considered a bright offensive mind.

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