TUSCOLA — Coming off a 14-1 season that saw them claim the Class 3A Division I state championship, the Jim Ned Indians are about to face the most dangerous opponent every title holder must contend with — complacency.
Finding a way to stay hungry. Finding a way to not be satisfied. Finding a way to improve. Those are the tasks at hand for fourth-year coach Matt Fanning, whose team has every reason to think it’s the best.