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High School Coach of the YearTHE MAKING OF A TEXAS LEGEND
FORMER UT QUARTERBACK LED HIS DRAGONS TO A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP AND #1 NATIONAL RANKING
by: David Purdum
© February 2005
For Southlake Carroll head coach Todd Dodge, the 2004 season brought intense pressure and the highest of expectations. With 11 returning starters from last year’s state runner-up team, including All-State quarterback Chase Daniel, the Dragons were not only the favorites in Texas but also in the nation. Yet, while a strong nucleus of players returned, six of Dodge’s eight coaches did not, including defensive coordinator Charlie Stalcup. He succumbed to a five-year battle with melanoma in late July, just five weeks before the Dragons were to open their season against Midland Lee in the sixth-annual Texas Football Classic at the Alamodome in San Antonio.
Entering the season with practically a brand new coaching staff and without his right-hand man of the last eight years....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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