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Fall Sports Preview: Brahmas continue to build new tradition under West


Fall Sports Preview: Brahmas continue to build new tradition under West
It’s called tackle football for a reason, and players mix it up in Stockdale during their first morning in pads.


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STOCKDALE -- There have been a number of changes to the Stockdale football program over the last several years, but that’s not the case in 2012. Pretty much everything is the same, and that stability is allowing Head Coach Josh West and his staff to build upon the success the Brahmas had last year. The goals and expectations have just increased. . . .

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