The best time for a head coaching search is in the middle of a coaching search, according to one analyst.
On Wednesday, ESPN’s Matt Bowen wrote that he thinks the best place for a prospective head coach is at the beginning of the next recruiting cycle, as it gives teams time to make their own decisions.
While Bowen does not have a specific timeframe for the beginning, he believes that a few months before that would be the best possible time.
According to Bowen, the best way to make an appointment is to sit down with the coach and his assistant coaches, so you have a good idea of the coaching staff.
Bowen also said that if you are not in a hurry, you can still go in with a very strong offer, but that the head coach will be able to evaluate and evaluate the situation after the hire is made.
“You want to make the right decision for your team,” Bowen said.
“You want the right coaching staff.”
While Bowen has a clear timeline for when a head coach can make a head hire, there are other factors that should be taken into account.
One is the salary of the new coach.
According the 247Sports Composite, current Oklahoma State coach Bob Stoops’ base salary for 2017 is $1.2 million.
That is a lot of money, but it is less than what Oklahoma State is paying a lot more than 10 other schools.
Another factor Bowen said should be considered is the recruiting profile of the program.
“The recruiting is always going to be important,” Bowen added.
“That’s why it’s so important that you have the right people to go in and get the right players.”
Bowen said that the best recruiting situation for a coach is when he is recruiting in the top 10% of schools.
If you are recruiting in that top 10%, he said, you should probably be in the position of being in the first round of the Big 12 Championship Game.
Another reason to be in that position is if the coach is a good recruiter.
“If you are in the recruiting class of a school, it’s important to have good players,” Bowen explained.
“If you don’t have good guys, you don,t have a shot.”
For Bowen, that includes players from high school or a junior college.
“That’s important,” he said.
The recruiting profile is one of the key factors that will determine whether a new head coach lands at a school.
If a coach can recruit in the right places, he will be in a good position to land the job, but if a coach recruits in the wrong places, that can be a problem.
The second factor is a school’s financial situation.
The better the financial situation of a college, the more attractive the opportunity.
If the school has a lot going for it financially, a coach should be in good shape financially, but he should also have a plan in place for recruiting and building the program from the ground up.
A good example of this is Oklahoma State, which is currently ranked No. 6 in the 247Composite and has a budget of $2.5 million.
But the program is not as well stocked as some other programs in the Big Ten, which makes recruiting difficult for a new coach who wants to hire a head man.
If you look at the best-case scenario for a current head coach, Bowen said, he should be recruiting in a state that has a large number of top recruits.
“I think a lot would lean towards the East Coast, so that’s where Oklahoma State would have the best chance,” he explained.
Bowens said he would not be surprised if Oklahoma State had some recruiting success on the West Coast.
“In Oklahoma, you have an excellent recruiting base,” he added.
“They’ve got some very good guys,” Bowen continued.
“They’re in a tough position.
But, I think you’d see some good teams get in there.”
In his article, Bowen mentioned two schools that he thought were in the mix for a potential head coach.
He did not name them, but said he thinks Nebraska and Oregon are on the radar.
If these schools were to land a new hire, they would likely be in position to go after a high-caliber coach who has a proven track record.