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Host Fred Opie speaks with Notre Dame Head lacrosse Coach Kevin Corrigan about growing up in Charlottesville Virginia and the lacrosse scene in Virginia in the 1970s. Corrigan played collegiate lacrosse at UVA where his father was an athletic director. In the second half of the show Corrigan talks about the importance of allowing your children to experience failure which he calls a great teacher for building resilience and grit. Corrigan also talks about the steps he takes to keep his players fresh during the off-season. That’s today on the Fred Opie show. Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show.