Friday, March 6, 2015

Worlds are Colliding




New Head Football Coach Al Bagnoli's decision to quickly get out of "retirement" is something millions of recently retired Americans wish they could do too.

I decided to play up the retirement angle and make Bagnoli the focus of my CNBC.Com column today.

Retirement finances are a big issue for our viewers, but I learned from my dad that the biggest challenges of retirement often have nothing to do with money.

5 comments:

Jay Dee NYC said...

We need a "like" button. Good article.

Tod Hawks said...

Jake,

A while ago, you mentioned you were pleased to see Connor Nelligan's name on the roster.

I just checked the roster and I couldn't find his name or number (#84).

Am I missing something?

Tod Howard Hawks CC 66

Jake said...

He was on the roster as of last night, but now see he's gone. It doesn't mean he won't be back.

alswingman said...

I saw him listed as well as a graduate student. Either that plan changed or someone in the athletic dept is paying close attention to what is said here and reacting to it. Old habits die hard.

Michael Hansen said...

I posted an article about the challenge facing Coach.
www.oakmontdew.blogspot.com.
I would enjoy hearing other views

Michael Hansen'77