Players, interim coach steady DeKalb football program
DeKALB – Quarterback Jack Sauter and his teammates on the DeKalb football team didn’t know who their head coach would be in late May, shortly after Marty Sanders stepped down from the position.
What the junior did know is that he didn’t want his team to interrupt its normal schedule at an important time of the offseason. So Sauter, a perceived front-runner to take over for graduated quarterback Brian Sisler, took to his phone and to Facebook to gather his teammates for seven-on-seven drills at the high school’s stadium the weekend after Sanders’ resignation.
“Most of the stuff that’s going on, we have no control over. It’s up to the administration,” Sauter said.
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