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7673
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Skip Holtz began his first year as coach of the East Carolina University football team in the fall of 2005. He takes over a team that has won just three games in the past two years. He is the 19th head football coach in the school's history. In this EAST magazine interview Holtz talks with Bethany Bradsher about being the new football coach.
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36093
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He was credited for ushering in the Golden Age of ECU sports. His value could be measured, materially and immaterially, in the donation of his historically significant effects. Included in his daughters’ donation were letters, memorabilia, football books, correspondence, and medals.
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36095
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A note of thanks could be expressed because of more than monetary donations. There was the establishment of Minges Coliseum and Scales Field House, which hosted the golden age of ECU sports. Particularly credited for heralding in this age was Coach Clarence “Stas” Stasvich, who led three consecutive 9-1 seasons and bowl games.
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39918
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The athletic arena with a seating capacity of 50,000 has developed an iconic campus and community presence since its inaugural game against Wake Forest. Contributors to its fame on the field and off were 11 head coaches, 20 seminal games, and 14 Hall of Fame inductees
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Greenville: Life in the East (NoCar F264 G8 G743), Vol. Issue , Summer 2013, p6-8, 10-15
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40072
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Scottie Montgomery’s tenure as head football coach was predicted to be promising, from his dedication to producing a quality football team and coaching staff. Among his players, he emphasized model student behavior, rigorous conditioning, community service engagement, and preparation for life post-graduation. For his coaching staff, he emphasized a family atmosphere and open door policy to help staff with limited experience develop professionally.