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The Dynamic Leadership Podcast: UMBC’s Ryan Odom

Guest Ryan Odom - UMBC
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Ryan Odom, Head Men’s Basketball Coach at UMBC, joins Coach Bob Walsh on the Dynamic Leadership Podcast. The two discuss Odom’s leadership during the historic 2017-18 postseason as Odom led his 16th-seeded squad to victory over a No. 1. Odom touches on his philosophy on cultivating player-led teams and his unique approach to utilizing his staff for scouting and practice.

 

 

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