2006 Comets Season in Review

Author: Eric Strutz Originally Published: May 7, 2007 I went into the 2006 season knowing it would be my last with the Comets. Work and family demands made it impossible for me to continue to meet the time commitment. I knew could coach one more year as an OC or an offensive line coach. I’d […]

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Strengthening Your Weak Side Attack

Author: Sean McCormick Originally Published: December 4, 2006 Strengthening Your Weak Side Attack From the Unbalanced Line Single Wing Defensive coaches are very quick to counter the unbalanced Single Wing formation by stepping down the DLs and LBs to take away the power advantage of the offense’s strong side. Unless the offense can out-athlete the […]

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Ken Keuffel

Author: Hugh Wyatt Photos courtesy of the Stephan Archives of the Lawrenceville School Originally Published: March 6, 2006 With the passing of Ken Keuffel, we have lost a major link to our football heritage. Coach Keuffel, for more than 20 years the head football coach at the Lawrenceville School in New Jersey and for another […]

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The Games Do Count

Author: Deron Bayer Originally Published: February 6, 2006 From: The Games Do Count — America’s Best and Brightest on the Power of Sports Author: Brian Kilmeade, 2004 Gerald Ford Former President of the United States Football When I was ten or eleven years old, I started playing sports in a local playground in Grand Rapids, […]

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Comets Middleweights — 2005 Season In Review

Author: Eric Strutz Originally Published: January 23, 2006 In the off-season, I’d spent countless hours studying Jim Ahern’s Spread SW because I thought we could use it to make the best use of the talent we would have. Now, as the season approached, I learned that the golden-armed quarterback and the quick halfback from the […]

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