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61. Chris and Corinne welcomes Brett and Brittany Sloan. In this conversation, The Sloan's share their football coaching journey which includes both wonderful moments and some hard ones as well.
Some key points in our conversation:

  • How the AFCWA has been a source of encouragement and support for Brittany.
  • The realities of moving 6 times in 8 years of marriage.
  • How to connect in a new community.
  • The Sloan's perspective in dealing with being let go from your coaching job, and a shift in perspective can change the way the total outlook.

Brett Sloan has 20 years of coaching experience and just finished his 1st season leading the Wolverines.
Before arriving at Woodruff Coach Sloan served as the Offensive Coordinator at Collins Hill in Suwanee GA. Prior to Collins Hill, Coach Sloan spent 5 years as the Head Football Coach at Kell High School in Marietta, 2 years at George Walton Comprehensive High School in Marietta, GA where he coached quarterbacks and served as the Co-Offensive Coordinator. Prior to moving to Georgia in 2015, Coach Sloan spent 3 years at James F. Byrnes High School in Duncan, SC, at Byrnes he coached wide receivers for 2 years, quarterbacks for 1 year, was the co-offensive coordinator for 1 year, and the offensive coordinator for 1 year. He spent 5 years at Chapman High School in Inman, SC, at Chapman he coached wide receivers for 2 years, quarterbacks for 3 years and was the passing game coordinator. Coach Sloan began his coaching career his sophomore year in College as a Volunteer for his Alma Mater, Chapman High School.
Brett is a native of Inman, SC. He graduated from Chapman High School in 2002, where he played football, basketball, and baseball. After graduation Brett attended Newberry college for a year, later graduating with honors from the University of South Carolina Upstate with a B.A. in Spanish.
Brittany is 2009 honors graduate of Clemson University and currently works as the Operations Manager at We Know IT, Inc. Brittany currently serves on the American Football Coaches’ Wives Association Board as the Past President. Brittany is a former Miss SC Teen USA and Miss SC United States.
Website: The Friday Night Life
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61. Chris and Corinne welcomes Brett and Brittany Sloan. In this conversation, The Sloan's share their football coaching journey which includes both wonderful moments and some hard ones as well.
Some key points in our conversation:

  • How the AFCWA has been a source of encouragement and support for Brittany.
  • The realities of moving 6 times in 8 years of marriage.
  • How to connect in a new community.
  • The Sloan's perspective in dealing with being let go from your coaching job, and a shift in perspective can change the way the total outlook.

Brett Sloan has 20 years of coaching experience and just finished his 1st season leading the Wolverines.
Before arriving at Woodruff Coach Sloan served as the Offensive Coordinator at Collins Hill in Suwanee GA. Prior to Collins Hill, Coach Sloan spent 5 years as the Head Football Coach at Kell High School in Marietta, 2 years at George Walton Comprehensive High School in Marietta, GA where he coached quarterbacks and served as the Co-Offensive Coordinator. Prior to moving to Georgia in 2015, Coach Sloan spent 3 years at James F. Byrnes High School in Duncan, SC, at Byrnes he coached wide receivers for 2 years, quarterbacks for 1 year, was the co-offensive coordinator for 1 year, and the offensive coordinator for 1 year. He spent 5 years at Chapman High School in Inman, SC, at Chapman he coached wide receivers for 2 years, quarterbacks for 3 years and was the passing game coordinator. Coach Sloan began his coaching career his sophomore year in College as a Volunteer for his Alma Mater, Chapman High School.
Brett is a native of Inman, SC. He graduated from Chapman High School in 2002, where he played football, basketball, and baseball. After graduation Brett attended Newberry college for a year, later graduating with honors from the University of South Carolina Upstate with a B.A. in Spanish.
Brittany is 2009 honors graduate of Clemson University and currently works as the Operations Manager at We Know IT, Inc. Brittany currently serves on the American Football Coaches’ Wives Association Board as the Past President. Brittany is a former Miss SC Teen USA and Miss SC United States.
Website: The Friday Night Life
Instagram
Twitter

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