JFIFC    $ &%# #"(-90(*6+"#2D26;=@@@&0FKE>J9?@=C  =)#)==================================================`K" }!1AQa"q2#BR$3br %&'()*456789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz w!1AQaq"2B #3Rbr $4%&'()*56789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz ?`2ix&,+Fs3pisu{O,wOZfya̲1\жV//'7[CQ'mmKZ)NHֹgN;SgKf[ "0cq5鱺6KsɮF岕$<ֺŃblE3:D~5H =ֲZXM a[[OeٌF?ڭVʦ6R^}wUkM) ܙpTQ+Ѥ=LJ+}6qqJVqc6gy"VX\2#V^u>a TMwFB l$26UEYXrm5컬8R`?]B[oA޵㴎L_3LܱsW屚K%NF mdz)VG$(_ȟ{"/AP.N!M#\r+QHp$VN m`Ѣ }+e %r?:Z8!T{q%zn"bFb^{F?º_ٌ"Qwp6֭5-%t_kH\JjC)8P+>vr \[Y?R ZIrh6[r^ș*8jY *Iw"tWrUkcԼ mp$~\e:ɭmq#*qHȱ͏}*V!7q^@Ј~P1U-+n_h@fHG Coach Warden and his staff used several different training methods in the off-season in order to maximize the athletes performance, which always resulted in mixed results. Following the 1998 season, in which league opponent Lebanon had claimed the Ohio Division II State Championship, Coach Warden realized they had to make a change in order to improve their off-season program. While attending the Ohio High School coaches clinic in January of 1999, the Loveland staff listened to Coach Bob Doyle from Chardon, Ohio. Coach Doyle is a BFS clinician and was presenting the Chardon BFS program that they had used to rejuvenate their program wth great success. Upon returning to Cincinnati and maing a few phone calls to Coach Doyle, Loveland football decided to commit themselves to the BFS Total Program. In the Spring of 1999, Loveland hosted a BFS clinic given by Coach Jim Brown, which was attended by 160 of their athletes. Coach Warden comments that,  to say the least it was the beginning of something great for our football program. <br>The commitment to the BFS program was well received by many of the other teams