Shaw Hopes To Keep Wayne Momentum Going

FORT WAYNE, IN. (WANE) – The 2014 season figures to present a set of challenges that hasn’t been faced by Wayne football in quite some time. After going 3-19 in 2012 and 2013, the Generals finished 6-4 a year ago. That run included a win over eventual state runner-up Bishop Dwenger.

Now, while Wayne returns many of the key components from that squad, they’ll be lead by a new head coach. Scot Shaw will take over for Robert Brown and bring nearly three decades of coaching experience along with him. Shaw coached high school football for 25 years in Michigan and has also served as the running backs coach at Hope College.

Shaw says his goal is to continue the momentum Brown and the Generals built last season. While there will be some changes to the system, Wayne figures to still be a run-heavy attack on offense.

The Generals open the 2014 season on the road against Anderson on August 22nd.

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