CAMP HUMPHREYS, South Korea – It could be viewed as a natural progression for a football team that in just three years as a varsity program reached two Far East Division II title games, losing in 2016 and winning last season.
But now comes a more stern test.
With an enrollment (521) that shot up more than twice it fielded at this time last year, Humphreys moves to Division I and prepares to face accomplished big-school programs such as Kadena - with its record six Far East titles.
But third-year coach Steven Elliott says he and his players are taking the same tack that has led to their success thus far: not rest on laurels or worry about teams they’ve not faced before.
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