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Starting From ScratchPete Fredenburg teaches Mary Hardin-Baylor to swim in the deep end
by: Everett Starling
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No matter what level of football youíre coaching or playing, itís hard enough to maintain a successful program these days. From high school to Division I to even the NFL, there are budgets, injuries, ever-growing parity with technology and those inevitable peaks and valleys.
Thatís talking about established programs. Whatís it like to try to create all of those things programs strive for: fans, top-tier talent, tradition and of course, wins, from scratch?
Six seasons into such an endeavor, Pete Fredenburg of Division III Mary Hardin-Baylor can offer some answers. When he was hired at the Central Texas school, there was no staff, no field house and not a single helmet or goal post. Now, thereís a program 130 players strong off two straight tr....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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