outcoach

outcoach

(ˌaʊtˈkəʊtʃ)
vb (tr)
to exceed in coaching
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I did not for one second outcoach him,' said Compton as his Aces improved to 5-2 at Mall of Asia Arena.
Valvano took his typically humorous approach: "I'll never outcoach Dean Smith, but maybe I can outlive him.
Stevens should outcoach Cavs coach David Blatt, who grew up a Celtics fan in Framingham.
If anyone can outcoach Atlanta on their own patch it is Sean Payton.
Victolero, though way ahead of counterpart Tim Cone in the series, continued to give respect to the two-time Grand Slam winner, saying: 'You cannot outcoach coach Tim.
You cannot outcoach him but I told my guys you got to help me outwork them.
Coach Norman, you can't really outcoach him, hindi mo ma a-outcoach ang Grand Slam coach,' said Vanguardia as the Fuel Masters bowed to Black's Bolts 108-103 Friday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.
UCLA will need Howland to again outcoach John Calipari.
That's generally attributed to the ability of Belichick and his staff to outcoach the opposition by making superior adjustments at halftime.
They'll do everything in their power to outcoach us, we'll do everything in our power to outcoach them," Horton said.