While I agree that in the Real World, Nate's resume does not lend itself to immediate promotion to head coach of what I gather is the equivalent to an NFL team. But, first, its a TV show, and second, apparently Nate is a "wonder kid" when it comes to strategy. (Was that apparent last season? I can't remember.)
But he will never be a successful coach, because there is only so long you can bully someone into doing your bidding. Good coaches can also inspire, and Nate's go to strategy when something goes wrong is to blame, scream at, and demean someone else.
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