The nitty gritty about Hendrix football

THE NITTY GRITTY

Coach: Buck Buchanan

 

Record at school: 3-7

Last season: 3-7

Basic offense: Multiple I

Basic defense: 3-4 multiple

3 NUMBERS

2942



Attendance at Hendrix’s opener at Young-Wise Memorial Stadium last season, the first football game in 53 years.

6
Games in which Hendrix gave up more than 40 points

8
Games in which the Warriors scored more than 30 points

2013 RESULTS

Westminster W 46-44

at Birmingham-Southern L 35-32

Southwestern W 48-29

at Millsaps L 48-37

Washington U L 45-41

Berry W 30-17

at Austin College L 45-38

at Centre L 49-20

Rhodes L 55-36

Sewanee L 35-9

SAVE THE DATE

Sept. 13: Bacone, first home night game in Hendrix history.

You may not know

Former Vilonia and Greenbrier coach Bill Buckner is a volunteer assistant on the Hendrix staff

IN A WORD

Deeper

ON TV

The final showings of the Log Cabin’s high school and college football previews will be from 5-6 p.m. Friday and from 4:30-5:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Individual team segments will be posted online @thecabin.net.

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