A dad is doing his part to make sure his daughters always keep their confidence.

'They’re not a novelty act. ... They’re here to compete.'

"I will do anything to make sure my daughters have a seat at the table."

Doyin Richards wants to make sure his daughters know they can do anything boys can do. That's just one reason he coached his daughter's all-girl T-ball team — the only all-girl team in the league.

"They’re not a novelty act," he says, explaining that the team sometimes gets strange looks from parents on the opposing teams. "They're not here to just prance around and pick daisies in the outfield and look cute. They’re here to compete. They want to win."

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When I was asked to be one of the coaches for an all-girls T-ball team in a league filled with boys, I didn't know what to say.

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The Buffalo Bills just made history with its new coaching staff hire.

Kathryn Smith is their new special teams quality control coach.

On Jan. 20, 2016, the Buffalo Bills made history by naming Kathryn Smith its special teams quality control coach.

It's the very first time a woman has filled a full-time coaching position in the NFL.


Smith was an administrative assistant to the team's head coach, Rex Ryan, this season and worked by his side the past seven years (six of which were with the New York Jets).

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