Podcast: Carmel head coach John Hebert talks about his team’s 2019 Indiana championship and what is ahead for the Greyhounds in 2020

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On today’s podcast I talk with John Hebert, head coach the Carmel Greyhounds, the 2019 Indiana Class 6A state champs, about the latest in the Hoosier State. Tuesday night, Hebert was on a video conference call with the Indiana Football Coaches Association to learn about the possibility of allowing coaches to work with their student-athletes in the near future.

On the podcast, Coach Hebert talks about Tuesday night’s call and how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting his program and others. Hebert also talks about last year’s state championship and looks ahead to this season as his program tries to go back-to-back

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Carmel finished No. 104 in our national rankings last year. The state title as the Greyhounds’ ninth overall state football championship. Hebert’s program has appeared in 5 of the last 7 state championship games.

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