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Being the head coach of a college basketball team has lots of perks, many of which are obvious. You get paid to recruit, coach and win games. If you're really good – and a little bit lucky – you might get to take a team to the NCAA Tournament and experience March Madness, one of the greatest events in sports. Plus, you get to wear sweats to work most days. But it's also an incredibly demanding and stressful job, one that takes a toll on you and your family. Tom Izzo, Michigan State's longtime head coach, spoke candidly with USA WEEKEND about the challenges that come with the gig.