Sport: Moeller High's Holy Rollers

Driven by a football Faust who deserves his bravos

They are the kind of stats that a college powerhouse like Alabama's Crimson Tide might covet, but they belong to Moeller High, a smallish (1,008 students) Roman Catholic boys' school in suburban Cincinnati. In the 17 years since Coach Jerry Faust organized a varsity football squad, his Fighting Crusaders have won 159 games, been tied twice and suffered just 17 losses. They have rolled up eight undefeated seasons, including the one they completed a week ago with a 37-6 win over a larger school, Mount...

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