Uncategorized Coaching Coyotes is No Day at the Beach Posted on March 19, 2013 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr (PALM SPRINGS) — Coyotes Assistant Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator Wayne Anderson Jr. will join radio host Julie Buehler today on “Paw Patrol” on 1010 AM KXPS to discuss the team’s defensive resurgence and the growth of its numerous young stars. The show can be heard worldwide at 12:15 p.m. at www.team1010.com by simply clicking “listen live.” With two victories, the Coyotes can win consecutive championships in as many seasons, in two different leagues. Coach Anderson, who lives in Delray Beach, Florida, makes arguably the greatest sacrifice of any Coyote player or coach to join the team full-time through the course of the season. Anderson been coaching football full-time for 25 years at the high school, collegiate and pro levels, including Florida Atlantic University, Waynesburg University and Edward Waters College. In the professional minor leagues, Anderson coached in four different countries, and most recently led the Bari (Italy) to a 2012 division title. As a strong proponent of Mouse Davis and the Run ‘n’ Shoot Offense, Coach Anderson has done extensive research during his career on this subject and has implemented it in his own offensive systems. He has been a contributor for American Football Monthly Magazine since 2003. He and his wife Kathryn have two adult children Stefann and Sarah, and one grandchild, Jayce. Last week, the Coyotes shocked the local football landscape when they were accepted into the coveted Southern California Football Alliance, joining 19 other prestigious teams that include the national champion Inglewood Blackhawks.