Trotwood-Madison won the Ohio Division-II state title Friday by defeating Avon 42-28. For head coach Mo Douglass and the Ram community the victory could not have been sweeter.
For the former NFL player, the win was doubly satisfying, because Douglass not only lost in the finals last year as head coach, but he was the star runningback when Trotwood finished as the runner-up in 1981.
Douglass spoke with the media following the title game win, and Scout was on-hand to film his press conference. Here are a few video clips of Douglass.
Trotwood-Madison ended years of frustration Friday night, defeating Avon 42-28 for the Ohio Division-II state championship. For former NFL player Mo Douglass the state title was a culmination of all the hard work he has put into the program as head coach. Douglass addressed the media following the action. Scout.com has the video highlights.
Mo Douglass and Trotwood-Madison have their first state title.