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What’s the Make-up of a State Champion?American Football Monthly’s Second Annual High School State Champions Survey
by: AFM Editorial Staff
© June 2005
The average won-loss record for last fall’s high school state champions was 11 wins and one loss. Of respondents to American Football Monthly’s second annual state champions survey, the best record was 15-0 and the worst was 8-3. Over 360 detailed surveys were distributed to state champions in all 50 states. The results: an informative and intimate look at the makings of successful programs. Factors such as age, experience, education, team make-up, budget, salary and style of offense and defense were a part of the overall survey. The complete summary follows:
1. At the time of winning your 2004 state high school championship, what was your age?
Average age: 45.0
Lowest age: 30
Highest age: 68
Median age....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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