In a battle of Daegu big boys during practice, Andrew Neloms and Jordan Clement square off at the line. (KATRINA VASQUEZ/SPECIAL TO STRIPES)
In a battle of Daegu big boys during practice, Andrew Neloms and Jordan Clement square off at the line. (KATRINA VASQUEZ/SPECIAL TO STRIPES)

Football: Daegu hoping it has quality to top quantity

by Dave Ornauer
Stars and Stripes

CAMP WALKER, South Korea – Jonathan Van and Daegu’s football team could be forgiven if they hid behind the fact that they only have 15 players.

But that’s not Van, nor is it the Warriors, said the team’s assistant coach. He’s one who believes it’s not the amount of the dogs in the fight, but the amount of fight in the dogs.

“If we can convince them that it doesn’t matter how many players we have, if we can play every down from the first through the fourth quarters, then we’re there. We’ll have it,” Van said.

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