I am usually into pacifism, but since you have invited me into a debate Fruit Smoothy 34 flavors, I'll play along.
To answer your question directly, no. Obvioulsy I don't know every coaches day to day schedule. I understand some coaches teach a full load of classes everyday and then show up to practice for another 3-4 hours. Obviously putting in some 60-80hours a week with their job... I also understand that some coaches are lay coaches and work all day and then go to practice and sometimes go back to work to finish the hours they missed while at practice.
However, everytime I am at a wrestling meet in the off season, I see the PM staff there. Including the day after they won the High School state championship. I see several other coaches there as well, but none seem as involved or intense as that staff.
Get online and check out the practice schedule for the Perry Meridian club and high school. Pretty amazing how many different practices are going on. I know they have lots of parents who help, but I also know that many nights that coaching staff is present and working with all ages.
I challenge you to find a coaching staff that works as hard as they do, not just putting in hours, but actually getting on the mat showing technique, being in the corner of all age group of kids so many days of the year. Then if you can do that, find a staff that does more. I am confident you wont be able to find one.
To all the other coaches reading this... don't take offense I in no way intended to offend or accuse you of not giving all you have and working hard. coaching is perhaps the toughest gig in our society. So hats off to you. I was trying to give some recognition to a great coaching staff and ole boy fruitsmoothy34 had to weigh in with some sarcasm.