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Coach Hopes Hustle Offsets Inexperience
Coach Hopes Hustle Offsets Inexperience
Item IDEgyptian19650806Coach.tif
TitleCoach Hopes Hustle Offsets Inexperience
AuthorEgyptian
DescriptionSaluki Football player Isaac Brigham, has had a great deal of experience, Brigham was one of the starting offensive tackles.
Original Publication SourceDaily Egyptian
Date1965 August 6
Volume46
Issue199
SectionSports
Page(s)7
Digital File Format.TIF (Tagged Image Format)
Digital File PublisherSpecial Collections Research Center, Morris Library, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
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CollectionDaily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
TranscriptCoach Hopes Hustle Offsets Inexperience

Experience will be one of the missing ingredients this season when the footban Salukis take-Athe field Sept. 18, but, Coach Don Shroyef is counting' on two other ingredients, hustle and desire, to overcome this one flaw.
Shroyer who is in the middle of an intensive football rebuilding program, following last year's 2-8 performance, will have some 23 sophomores on the team, many of whom will be in the starting lineup, "
One of the sophomores.
Isaac Brigham, has had a great deal of experience, Brigham was one of the starting offensive tackles last year.
Brigham is just one of the reasons why Shroyer thinks the Saluki line will be the team's strong point this season.
Shroyer also has returning linemen Mitch Krawczyk, Vic Pantaleo, Gene Miller, Lew Hines, 'Willy Wilkerson and Dave Cronin.
Along with these veterans Shroyer has sophomores Jerry Moore, Al Equi, Al Jenkins, Ron McCartney, Ralph Galloway, Rich Hawkins, Joe EWan. At the ends Shroyer has sophomores Bill Bianchard and John Ference, along with veteran Mike McGinnis.
Shroyer is understandably proud of his first group of line recruits and figures that most of them will be seeing considerable action this year.
Before the intersquad game last Spring, Shroyer was somewhat concerned about the lack of depth in the Saluki backfield, but on the basis of many of his sophomore backs in that game, Shroyer may not have as big a shortage there as was first thought.
Quarterbacking will be one of Shroyer's lesser problems as he has two veteran quarterbacks in Jim Hart and Doug Mougey returning.
Sophomores will also dominate the Saluki backfield.
Halfback Eddie Richards, who was the top ground gainer in the intersquad game, along with Gene James, Hill Williams and Arnold Kee, all figure prominently in Shroyer's plans for the coming year.
The Salukis lack experience but Shroyer feeis this year's team will be much improved.
LanguageEnglish
TypeText
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