Case, Jim 2010-02-21

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Interviewee Name: Jim Case

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Date: February 21, 2010

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Bill Tynan

Length: 00:42:57


Family Background, Born in Birmingham Alabama, Parent’s occupation, Six siblings, Grandfather was a farmer, Family memories, About his High School, Tough environment, Sports was a binding factor, Alumni achievements, Brothers were mentors, Player coach for his Grammar school, College education, Recruitment opportunity, Childhood dream-Chicken farmer, Wife’s ambitions, Enrolled at Louisiana tech, Played for Baseball Team, Job offer-Louisiana Monroe, Grad School-Mississippi State-1983, Wife taught Mathematics, Professional Career, About his 1984-1985 team, 1986 debacle, Coached Alaskan League, About Pat Rustler, Joined University of Alabama–Birmingham-1986, Assistant coach, Wife taught at Stamford University, Professional Career (continued), Mother’s illness, Lack of opportunities, Went back to Mississippi State, Championships they were part of, Issues with traveling and family time, Joined Jacksonville State University-2001, Head baseball coach, NCA division Achievements, Blessed by God, Family’s sports inclination, About Jacksonville State, Sport Facilities, Popular Programs, Natural Environments, Life at Jacksonville, Recruitment Philosophy & Principles, Study Hard, Don’t Miss Class, Practice and Play Hard, Be the Best, Treat others right, Old school principals & traditions, Alumni behavior and achievements, Issues with Families today, Reasons of being in Lubbock-Dan Spencer, Current Baseball Team Achievements, Interview Ended

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