By Paul Costanzo
Hillsdale Daily News
August 24, 2005
When asked what it will take for the Hillsdale College football team to have a successful season, coach Keith Otterbein had a simple and straightforward answer.“We need to stay healthy,” he said. “Stay healthy and stay healthy.”
Last year the team lost a number of starters to injury and another 4–7 record was the result.
Perhaps the most notable injury last year came to quarterback Aaron Scholl, who had completed nearly 62 percent of his passes for 851 yards and eight touchdowns through five games last season. His injury knocked him out for the remainder of the season, but he’s healthy now and his arm and legs should give the Hillsdale offense a lot of firepower.
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