Northeastern coach Antonio Moore (l), who helped organize the inaugural Elizabeth City State Spring Football Clinic, talks with Pasquotank offensive coordinator Jesse Cassino during a break on the first day of the two-day workshop.
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Northeastern coach Antonio Moore (l), who helped organize the inaugural Elizabeth City State Spring Football Clinic, talks with Pasquotank offensive coordinator Jesse Cassino during a break on the first day of the two-day workshop.

Collegial atmosphere at first ECSU coaches’ clinic

By Jimmy LaRoue

The Daily Advance

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Though the turnout for the initial Elizabeth City State Spring Football Clinic was small, the potential impact could be large — for both area coaches and for the Vikings’ coaching staff.

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Very Good:

Next season why not bring in a few NFL coaches to give their view on the offense and defense side of the ball?

Very Good:

Next season why not bring in a few NFL coaches to give their view on the offense and defense side of the ball?

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