This affiliation capitalizes on extensive relationships and the branded name recognition of The Old Coach in the community of Texas high school football, with Scout, a digital media network.
Scout Media operates web, print and television properties in categories including NFL, college football, basketball, baseball, outdoor enthusiast sports such as hunting and fishing, as well as other high school sports-based channels.
"I'm proud of the work our team has done with Rivals.com over the past eight years, and I'll always have great respect for that organization," The Old Coach said. "But we are thrilled to become a part of the bold, new vision of Scout.com.”
“I believe this is a great partnership. Our expert team of analysts, writers and website contributors bring in-depth news and updates throughout the year on players, coaches, and teams across the state. In this age of social media, you have to set yourself apart," The Old Coach said. "We are doing that and Scout is doing that by investing in top-notch reporting as well as the latest technology. Scout is also building what I think is the ultimate sports and lifestyle website at Scout.com and we are now part of that."
TheOldCoach.com, which has been in existence since 1999, creates unique marketing opportunities for potential clients and is the number one online destination for Texas high school football, seven on seven coverage, coaching, and recruiting information. The partnership with Scout significantly expands the community offerings and opens additional publishing capabilities for TheOldCoach.com.
“We exist to meet the needs of our Texas high school football community with information, technology and innovation,” said The Old Coach. “Scout brings us a platform specific technology, more opportunity to collaborate with analysts in the field, mobile apps, and a site redesign. We believe Scout.com can deliver both a stable and a more innovative experience for our community.”
Without question, TheOldCoach.com has developed into the state's most popular and reliable outlet for Texas high school football, coaching information, news, analysis, and discussion.
“Our audience knows our brand and the integrity we bring to everything we do including our rankings, online publishing, the FNF preseason magazine, camps, seven on seven, coaching clinics, and broadcasting. That's why they spend more time, view more pages, and visit more frequently TheOldCoach.com than on any other Texas high school sports site,” said The Old Coach.
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