Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Rating the Huron League Coaches.

When I started the blog back in 2009 the Huron League was known as a who's who in the coaching fraternity.  Great football coaches like Marc Cisco, Jeff Stergalas, Eric Redmond and Steve Robb were roaming the sidelines. With the retirement of Jack Giarmo at SMCC the two deans of football coaches in the league appear to be Grosse Ile's Jon Bodner and Huron's Dan Kalbfleisch. My how things have changed in six short years. There are still great coaches in this league, but the coaches listed above most likely had more experience individually than all of the coaches in the league combined these days.

I plan on doing an article on all the coaches in the league toward the beginning of the season, but check out the article I wrote back in August 2009 that highlighted the league coaches.

Huron League Coaches

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am hoping that Coach Robb will work his magic here in Tecumseh. My son is a senior on the Indian squad this year. Watching his demeanor during the 7 on 7 is refreshing.

Anonymous said...

Night and day difference between then and now as far as experience. Huron, the league favorite in my opinion, has the longest tenured coach. <------ A statement I though I would never make 25 years ago.

-bn

Anonymous said...

How are you going to rate someone that just became a head coach from the JV ranks?