COLUMBIA — He stands on the sidelines, watching his first-string offense run against a scout team defense with his arms crossed over his chest. A white hooded sweatshirt the size of a parachute covers his upper body, draped over shoulders that resemble bowling balls. The hood is pulled low over his face, barely allowing his eyes to see out. He paces the sidelines of Rock Bridge’s practice field, each step calculated, his Nikes punishing the field turf.
Rock Bridge football coach strives to go beyond Xs and Os
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