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Demons, Campbell don hard hats in rebuilding L-E football fortunes
HUNTER CAMPBELL IS EXPECTED to get the nod at starting quarterback for Lugoff-Elgin due to his familiarity with the offensive scheme put in by his father and the Demons head coach Matt Campbell. - photo by Photo courtesy of
Looking every bit the part of someone who could take a large load of bricks, slap some cement on all four sides and start the makings of a new house, Matt Campbell knows how important it is for Lugoff-Elgin to make an about face from a program which has won just once over the past three seasons and one which is coming off a winless 2014 campaign. As the Demons’ first-year head coach and ninth in school history, Campbell, a former USC tight end who went on to play seven seasons in the NFL as an offensive lineman, is not looking for a quick fix. His first goal is to bring a winning attitude to the program.