Friday, August 26, 2005
By Chip Mundy :: email@example.com
Jackson Citizen Patriot
Hillsdale College football coach Keith Otterbein looks at his team and sees improvement.
But when he looks at the Chargers' record the past three years it's impossible to see any improvement.
"I'm a little frustrated with that, and we've addressed that with the team to try and get over that 4-7 hump," said Otterbein, in his fourth season at Hillsdale. "I feel like looking back on our progress as a program that we know that we're much improved from the first season, but the only way to show that to people is to win football games."
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