It's only natural, that after parting ways with head coach Frank Anderson, the Cowboys would look to someone with the last name Holliday to resurrect a suddenly fallen program. Tom Holliday, who now serves as pitching coach at North Carolina State, spent a grand total of 26 seasons as either an assistant or head coach at OSU, also helping guide the Cowboys to a whopping 11 CWS appearances.
OSU's newest head coach, Tom's son, Josh Holliday? Yeah, he has quite the Cowboy-esque resume to be the perfect fit for this program at this point. Josh earned a very good reputation while playing catcher for the Cowboys in the late 1990s. And if superstition is your thing, go ahead and remember that Holliday happened to be a key contributor on OSU's last two CWS clubs.
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