Two coaching legends trying to rebuild Eden Prairie wrestling

Eden Prairie got a pair of big-name coaches to sign on to help build a state-caliber wrestling program.

Sitting matside on a folding chair, the 63-year-old head coach, owner of a lofty spot in the national record books, cups his hands around his mouth and barks out encouragement to wrestlers still getting accustomed to a winning environment.

Pacing behind the bench is an unpaid assistant who just happens to have won more team championships that any coach in state history.

And the man who hired both of them is likely the most well-known high school coach in Minnesota. Continue reading at