Albertville Aggies setting expectations higher for 2014

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Albertville, Ala. - (WHNT) - The last two seasons have not ended the way Joel Poole and the Aggies were hoping for. The 4-6 record in 2013 fell well below expectations but players and coaches are looking for bigger things this Fall.

"I think if you expect big things out of the guys I think maybe they will expect it out of themselves," Coach Poole said Monday at his team's first official practice.  "I think we have a bright future, I don't want to make any predictions, but I feel really good about this team. They have done everything we asked of them, they have worked extremely hard, that's all you can ask."

The Aggies will have to replace 22 seniors from last year's squad including Offensive lineman Tyler Jones who is now playing at the University of Memphis. The first regular season game is August 29th against Grissom.

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