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November 01, 1991 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-11-01

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The Lakers rush the field,
tackling and slapping any-
one wearing their green and
white. The players retreat to
their locker room, singing
the West Bloomfield
fight song, which sounds like
one note sung at different
speeds. Coach Brandell
enters the room, and every-
one goes quiet. They kneel in
silentprayer.
He rises.
"This is the proudest mo-
ment I can think of," he
says, the intensity lost from
his voice. "Some people said
we shouldn't have been on
the same field with these
guys. Well, tonight, we pro-
ved them wrong."
After the coach retreats to
his office to celebrate with
his assistants, the players
mill around, giving high
fives and hugs to everyone.
Todd Graziano, the
place kicker, muses on his
second life after missing the
extra point. "I got it back,"
he said.
And Brian "Fresh Meat"
Hillman gets his initiation
as a full-fledged varsity
player. He gets dunked, still
wearing some of his pads, in
a cold shower.
All the work seems to pay
off. Was it worth it?
In the coach's room,
they're already second-
guessing themselves. Next
week, they'll do things a
little differently. But not too
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