“Nothing good happens fast.” Throughout Brad Pyatt’s football career he networked and learned from the best of the best. It started at Arvada West High School when he played under Dave Logan and the Wildcats won a state championship in 1997. He continued to make connections while playing wide receiver at the University of Kentucky and after he transferred back home to play for the UNC Bears, he soaked up knowledge from legendary head coach Kay Dalton.
Brad caught on with Colts as an undrafted free agent in 2003 and again he played with and learned from some of the best players and coaches, like Peyton Manning and Tony Dungy. Unfortunately, the injuries piled up and from the NFL, he played a couple seasons with John Elway’s Colorado Crush Arena team and was done… with football.
After football, the business side of Brad took over and he started MusclePharm which grew to a $170 million a year business with big-name endorsers. In 2014, he earned the head coaching job at his alma matter after presenting a 10-year plan to bring A-West football back to what it was when he played. It’s working.