On this edition of the High School Football America Radio Show, host Jeff Fisher talks with Augie Hoffmann, head football coach at St. Joseph Regional in Montvale, New Jersey. Hoffman discusses the upcoming season, plus looks at the formation of the New Jersey Super Football Conference that changed the landscape of high school football in the northern part of the Garden State.
Fisher then talks with legendary Good Counsel (Olney, Maryland) Bob Milloy, who is one win away from becoming the 18th high school football coach to reach 400 victories during his career.
The show wraps-up in Kansas as Northwest High School head coach Steve Martin joins Fisher to talk about the upcoming vote by the state’s eight junior colleges that would increase the number of roster spots for out-of-state kids from 20 to 30. Martin, who is the President of the Kansas High School Football Coaches Association, also talks about his 2016 and the current state of high school football in the Jayhawk State.
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