football player to cop must be a common transition
"Akron is scary. It's one of those places where you grow up, go out, do all the things you want to do, then come back. It's the biggest fear for kids when they go out, I don't want them to come back until they're ready to make a change somewhere. I think the biggest thing, the reason why we get a chance to leave is to see how other things are, so we can come back and change our community. I hope that's what our kids learn from it all."
"It'll be exciting to see these guys because when you have a complete philosophical change, offensively and defensively, tat first spring it can be a little sloppy because you're just getting everything together. But through the summer and fall training camp, I think you'll see a team that's much more organized and more efficient than they may have shown during their spring game."
twin five-year-olds, a lot of injuries.
national scout for NCSA
sells suites, is recruitnik
"It’s kind of interesting for a record like that to lay around for so many years," Clancy said. "And then have it blasted out of the record books pretty decisively, I would say."
now an assistant at Valparaiso.
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"I work for Alro Steel and raise the kids. That’s about it."