Owings Mills, Maryland is home to Stevenson University and a football program entering their second season fielding a team.
In their first home contest, Stevenson won a 46-43 double overtime thriller, and finished the season 2-8 while fielding a roster of all freshman.
The future looks bright for head coach Ed Hottle and the program, which has some of the nicer small college facilities in the region. The locker room takes up 4,500 square feet and includes 126 lockers, including some handed down directly from the Baltimore Ravens facility. The weight room is also located within the stadium on the third floor and measures 6,500 square feet complete with 12 power racks. The stadium itself also has 444 club level seats reserved for season ticket holders, which in itself is uncommon amongst D-III schools
The top two floors house the Presidents box and press box, both of which are very impressive.
Jimmy Johnson returned to Coral Gables to address the team on the day before their spring game in the latest installment of "Raising Canes".
Johnson's message to the team was how conditioning and competitiveness impacts your production as a player. Those two areas were major improvements over what Johnson had observed during his visits last season.
After the spring game, the cameras go inside the film room to get Golden reviewing film with the team and pointing out some guys on specific plays that did a heck of a job.
"You hear it all the time, especially in this generation. 'I want to make plays, I want to be a play maker'. We always say to the kids, 'earn the right', it's no different than when we say 'Deserve Victory', nobody is guaranteed victory, but you can deserve victory, it's the same thing with being a play maker." Golden then goes on to further explain what being a playmaker means to him and his staff.
Plenty more great content from Golden, and the Hurricanes below.
Alex Grinch joined Missouri's staff back in December after spending three seasons at Wyoming coaching the secondary. This spring was Grinche's first working with the safeties, and marks his second tour of duty at Mizzou after working as a grad assistant from 2002-2004.
The clip below has Grinch coaching his guys up on their technique and a few of the players weigh in on what it's like to play under him.