Hillsdale College Release
Many football teams strive for consistency. However, when it comes to the 2005 Hillsdale College football team, consistency with the recent past is something they want to get away from.
Hillsdale enters the 2005 season coming off three straight 4-7 campaigns. But with the program's biggest senior class in several years, and a renewed dedication to offseason training, head coach Keith Otterbein and his staff have high hopes for a marked improvement this season.
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