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The Monday hiring of former Belmont coach Cameron Newbauer — Cam, from here on in — to replace the departed Amanda Butler as Florida’s women’s basketball coach was a swift pivot for the Gators from a reported failure to land San Antonio Spurs assistant Becky Hammon after a conspicuous pursuit.
But in Newbauer, Scott Stricklin’s first major hire as Florida’s athletic director, the Gators ended up with a coach not unlike most of the ones that Jeremy Foley made during his legendary tenure at the top in Gainesville. He has just four years of head coaching experience, all at Belmont.
Even Steve Spurrier — also not a Foley hire, but obviously Foley’s football coach for about a decade — fit the mold.
He was 45 when he coached his first game in Gainesville, and had just four years of head coaching experience — two of them with the Tampa Bay Bandits of the USFL — before Bill Arnsparger tapped him to revive the Gators.
Newbauer was Florida’s first major hire under Stricklin. And White wasn’t the only such relatively young coach with minimal or no head coaching experience Foley brought to Gainesville.
However, state officials say neither camera was recording when the shooting took place."You have them on when you go to calls and they weren't on?
21% of those who reported using CAM, had consulted CAM practitioners, 8% their physicians or pharmacists and 71% discussed the usage with family, friends and other allied health professionals.
Women who did not use CAM stated they would probably use these modalities if there was more information about the safety in pregnancy.
He says the policies in New Orleans are much more extensive than that of the Minneapolis Police Department.
In New Orleans an officer is required to have the camera rolling during every call for service."You get there and it goes critical instantly, that's not a time to be thinking about turning on your body camera," Quinn says.