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´╗┐High School Cover 2 Sports Jim Sandusky was an obvious choice for our second coach interview. He is the Athletic Director and Head Football coach at Lummi High School and is, we feel, uniquely qualified to join our panel of football coaches. High School Cover 2 plans to pick outstanding coaches like Jim Sandusky and John Ondriezek, our first interviewee, to participate in a coaches panel. Once our nike d width panel is established, our goal is to regularly ask topical questions regarding the game for our panel members to comment on. Subjects might include such diverse topics as training methods, budget shortfalls, and motivation techniques. Coach Sandusky was a star player. He earned all American honors at three different schools, Walla Walla Community College, UNLV and San Diego State, the only college football player to ever do that. In 1983 he was the MVP of the Hula Bowl. He spent 14 years playing professionally, mostly in the Canadian Football League with the BC Lions and the Edmonton Eskimos, though he had a short stint with the Seattle Seahawks as well. At the end of his career, he served as coach and player coach for the Lions. After retiring in 1998, Jim moved to Ferndale and helped to create the football team at Lummi, a nearby small Indian school. He basically built the Lummi program from scratch. He built the first field, designed the logo and uniforms and recruited the players. Coach Sandusky was gracious enough to sit down with High School Cover 2 and answer our questions despite his busy schedule planning for ongoing basketball playoffs. We started our interview with an easy question. High School Cover 2: You played football for a long time, in high school, college and in the professional ranks. Did you sustain any serious injuries during that time? Jim S: Just minor injuries like strains and pulls nike x off white in high school and college. In the pros I broke a foot, an arm and had back problems. where I was a player/coach. and I liked the area around here. While playing in Canada, I designed and made a football glove from a synthetic material. These were the first synthetic football gloves and proved to be superior to the leather gloves being used at the time. Soon they were in demand among players in the CFL and the NFL and elsewhere. I eventually sold the patent to Nike and so I had a little money. It allowed me to buy my current property and eventually develop a football field on it for use by youth teams and, later, by Lummi High School until their new field was completed. A couple of years later the opportunity to coach at Lummi presented itself and I jumped at the chance to get back in football. High School Cover 2: Who was your role model growing up? John S: I guess I would have to say my dad because of his work ethic. High School Cover 2: Growing up was there an athlete you admired? Jim S: I was a Dallas Cowboy fan and I really liked the leadership qualities of Roger Staubach. High School 2: Are there nike b boy shoes any special challenges coaching at an Indian school like Lummi? Jim S: There are many. Some of them are cultural but a lot of our kids end up feeding, clothing and parenting themselves. Drugs and alcohol are a big problem on the reservation. I think participating in athletics gives many of these kids an outlet and provides a sense of pride for the community. High School Cover 2: Has the recent economic crisis affected your school? Jim S: Yes, we are already feeling the crunch. We have such good community support that I am optimistic that we can survive without eliminating any sports programs but it's going to be tight. The community understands how valuable sports are to their youth. High School Cover 2: You have the joint responsibilities of football coach and athletic director. Is it difficult to do both? Jim S: During home football games it can get pretty hectic. I can't worry about crowd control and all the other distractions during game day so I have to pick good people to make sure everything goes smoothly. I also help coach the basketball team and track squads and am the head baseball coach so I keep pretty busy. High School Cover 2: How important is strength training and nutrition in your program? Jim S: Learning good nutrition habits is particularly important here. Like their counterparts off the reservation, many of our kids have poor nutrition habits and obesity problems. Diabetes is prevalent. We try to stress good eating habits and the value of getting enough sleep. We have recently expanded our weight lifting program into the school curriculum and I am now able to monitor attendance and performance. We should be seeing benefits from that soon. High School Cover 2: How have players changed in the years since you first began playing and how have coaches changed in that time? Jim S: When I was growing up, we played a lot of different sports. Now, particularly at the bigger schools, kids often specialize in a single sport. If they are concentrating on a single sport they will get better over the long run. One of the attractions of a small school like Lummi is the opportunity to play a lot of different sports. Everyone that wants to play gets to play. We have kids who are eighth graders who start for us. It's a selling point for the program. As for coaching, I think that today's coaches have a lot more information about the health and welfare of their athletes. They know more about the importance of hydration, rest and how to determine when kids are injured and when to sit them out. But there are still good and bad coaches. High School Cover 2: Do you have any interest in coaching at the college or professional level? Jim S: Maybe. I've already done some coaching at the professional and college level and I really enjoyed it but it takes a total commitment and huge demands on your time. My daughter, my youngest, is now a senior in high school. After she graduates I might consider it if the right offer came my way. I've had a lot of offers in the past and continue to get opportunities to coach elsewhere at the college and professional level, and for a lot more money; but I'm very happy with the program I am building here and the impact I've had on kids' lives. Community support is so good that it would be hard to leave. I have no plans to leave but I can't rule it out completely. High School Cover 2: Who was the best football player you ever played against? Jim S: Two come to mind. I played against Doug Flutie a lot while he was in the CFL and I played against Reggie White in the Hula Bowl.