Article for the Summer Kent Stater: “Unity: Is it the key to future Flash success on the football field?”
Darrell Hazell said his biggest challenge wasn’t replacing the four defensive players now graduated and off to the NFL. It wasn’t teaching his new team a complex playbook. It wasn’t learning to be a head coach for the first time. Kent State’s new coach said it was unifying his players.
“The biggest change we needed to make was making it a team,” Hazell said at the Mid-American Conference media day in Detroit last week, a sentiment echoed by coaches and players. continue reading on Kentwired.com