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Green Bay's Doug Gottlieb believes he can balance his new coaching job with his national radio show

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Doug Gottlieb believes he can effectively balance coaching Green Bay and hosting a national sports radio show.

Gottlieb discussed his new arrangement during his introductory news conference Wednesday as the longtime broadcaster moves into the coaching ranks.

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"In terms of the mental gymnastics of doing it, I know I can do it," Gottlieb said. "I just have to prove I can do it."

Gottlieb is taking over for Sundance Wicks, who left Green Bay after one year to take over Wyoming’s program. Green Bay went 18-14 in Wicks’ lone season after posting a 3-29 record the year before his arrival.

The challenge for Gottlieb is to build on Wicks’ success while dealing with the time demands that come from his radio job.

Gottlieb, 48, said the unusual arrangement should help because the radio gig enabled him to accept a lower coaching salary than he otherwise might have commanded, which should enable Green Bay to spend more on the rest of his coaching staff.

Gottlieb also pointed out that other coaches have their own media demands that take away from time that could be spent recruiting or working with players. But he conceded his case is special because "The Doug Gottlieb Show" airs five days a week.

Oklahoma State alumnus Doug Gottlieb is acknowledged during the second half of the NCAA college basketball game against Oklahoma in Stillwater, Okla., Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2023. The longtime basketball radio analyst will make his college head coaching debut next season at Green Bay, the school announced Tuesday, May 14, 2024. Gottlieb will take over for Sundance Wicks, who left Phoenix

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