The Stevens Point football team is under a new coaching regime, sort of.
The Panthers reached the state title game in 2010 with Pete Mcadams in charge.
They had a new coach in 2011 and after some mixed results went back to McAdams this year.
McAdams is introducing the Panthers to a new pistol offense, something that will make his players happy.
The Panthers struggled to pickup the offense implemented by Scott Rice last year.
"I've been very particular about a job, if I was going to take a job elsewhere, so I was very fortunate that the position here opened back up," SPASH head coach Pete McAdams said. "My heart's always been here, so I'm lucky to be back."
"Switching totally new offenses is kinda like trying to learn to walk again," SPASH senior wide receiver Scott Walder said. "Learning the routes, what receiver does which route when it's called in what order, from last year to this year, it's a little bit different."
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