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CoachSpeak for Week 3

 "The kids played hard but we've got a lot to fix. I'm glad to be 3-0. We'll enjoy this one for 24 hours and then we've got to get to work to prepare for Douglas."  Crossville Coach Miles Holcomb after his Lion squad beat Arab 34-25.           ...
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ALFCA CoachSpeak from Week 2

"In our second game of the season, we still did a lot of things to beat ourselves. You have to take your hat off to Coach Shamburger. The dominated the line of scrimmage from the get go, and it took us a while to respond. We have to re-commit ourselves to raising our level of physicality or it isn't ...
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ALFCA CoachSpeak Week 1

"I’m so proud of my team. Foley played a great game. It was a heck of a contest. It is good after we were not able to put them away the last few years. The win helps in region, to get to a good start, for we want to make it back to the playoffs.” -- Fairhope head coach Tim Carter after his Pirat ...
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“We needed somebody to step up and make a play, and Jay Williams made an unreal catch,” Saraland coach Jeff Kelly said. The pass moved the ball from the Heard County 42 to the 8 yard line and set up the winning TD as Saraland defeated Heard County 17-14 in Cartersville, Ga. on ESPNU.Photo credit ...
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ALFCA Executive Director Jack Wood (left) presents Coach of the Year Award to Coach Jerry HoodWhen the Alabama Football Coaches Association organized in 2005, it was looking for a leader to help give direction and vision to an organization in its infancy.  The original ALFCA board found that in Coa ...
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Each season when football practice starts, coaches, former players and even fans are reminded of the game's great traditions, legendary stories and colorful people of years past.  If you really want to read something from days gone by, try the story of Bull Cyclone Sullivan.  Sullivan, born in Ali ...
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Veteran Coach Fred Riley took the podium at Mobile County Media Days and spoke about the value of high school football in today's educational system.  Coach Riley said that he believed football was the most important game we have today because it impacts the most people.  He said that "football is ...
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When Spanish Fort's Ben Blackmon took the podium last week at Baldwin County's High School Football Media Days in Daphne, he changed the format a little.  Instead of starting off with the usual talk about returning starters, lack of depth and how tough the schedule looks to be, Coach Blackmon chang ...
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Coach Terry Curtis of UMS Wright addressed a large group of coaches last Wednesday as he relayed his thoughts on "Leadership."  Curtis a veteran off 44 years in coaching, is one of the state's most successful coaches. He currently serves on the AHSAA Central Board of Control and works as President ...
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Spanish Fort Offensive Coordinator Matt Blake has been named as the new head football coach at Gulf Shores High School. The position became available when Rick Cauley resigned earlier in the month and took a job as assistant head coach at Satsuma before ever coaching a game. The 40 year old Blake wi ...
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