Hot starts from Duncan, Snyder, Walters prove it's time to buy in
DUNCAN — Walking back to his coach’s office after the second day of the Demons’ summer pride program, Duncan football coach J.T. Cobble told his assistant coaches he wouldn’t be surprised if there were fewer players, let alone any, left come day three.
After all, kids were throwing up after a grueling day of running and lifting at a level many Demons had never experienced, Cobble said.
Cobble came back the next morning only to find more kids show up wanting to be a part of the summer pride program.