Old-school is OK with Maxfield
BURLESON, Texas -- Mel Maxfield's loyalties die hard. Some don't die at all.
The head man at Burleson (Texas) hated to give up his Kodak projector, clicker and all, for reviewing practices and scouting opponents. He made the transition to videotape and recently went digital, though he leaves the details to some of his younger assistants. Generation X, he calls them.
But no one in his 23 years as a high school head coach in Texas has persuaded him to forsake ...
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