They’re a couple-of-dollars part on a $170 helmet, but even the smallest detail must be dealt with when you’re building a football team from scratch.
“You can’t play the game without chin straps,” Snyder said.
And you can’t play without coaches and a team and a field and helmets and uniforms and the myriad other people, places and things that Snyder has had to line up since Seton Hill, a former women’s college, announced it would field a football team in March 2004. —Jennifer Reeger —Griffins get wings (Tribune-Review)
A meaty feature on big changes at Seton Hill.