Through the years, Brack has kept his competitive fire, urging his team to reach its potential. Something that he attributes to his personality.
“I’m a perfectionist,” Brack said. “Your never going to be perfect as a human being, but you still have to try. Even when we win, I’m chewing them out, correcting mistakes to help them win a state title.”
While Brack will always carry that competitive fire, it will not burn on the wrestling mats much longer. He earned his master’s degree in 1992 from the University of Oklahoma and moved into administration this year as an assistant principal at the high school.
In the near future, he will turn the reins of the program over to assistant coach Kevin Kelly and focus on his administrative duties.
“It’s hard to quit, but I’m getting close,” Brack said. “It will be within the next five years. You get into a lifestyle and it becomes part of you.”
Since sixth grade, Brack has lived that lifestyle and passed it on to others. And in coaching, he has reserved that term stud for those that truly standout. As they say, it takes one to know one.