Bruce Arians Q&A: Cardinals HC on Teaching, Learning and Future After Football

June 3, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

PHOENIX — Bruce Arians didn’t get a chance to be a head coach in an NFL game until he had already turned 60 years old. Ever since that day in 2012, when he took over as the interim coach with Indianapolis, he has made owners around the league wonder why he didn’t get a job years earlier. 
As Arians gets ready for his fourth season as the head coach in Arizona, he has compiled a 43-17 record in the regular season and led the Cardinals to an appearance in the NFC Championship Game last season. Arians has also coached the team to three straight years with at least 10 wins, a mark matched only once in Cardinals history. That was from 1974 to 1976, when legendary coach Don Coryell walked the sidelines for the St. Louis Cardinals.
In fact, in the 96-year history of the Cardinals organization, the team has won 10 games or more only nine times. He sat down recently to talk with Bleacher Report:

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