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Topic - John Gagliardi
John Gagliardi put sleepy little Collegeville, Minn., on the national college football map with a style all his own.
Football at St. John's University stands out. There's no tackling at practice or lengthy calisthenics. No whistles or wind sprints. No captains either, unless you count the honor shared by the seniors.
"It has always been my way of doing things and it's more solidified than ever as the years go by ... because it's proven to be successful for us, and we think we've prevented a lot of injuries," Gagliardi said, modestly adding: "We seem to have won more than our share of games."
He said it's nice to be in the record books, but he doesn't think much about the successes or his longevity in the game _ he's more focused on the next task.