New coach Clinton Tabb is the first Pennsauken graduate to serve as the Pennsauken coach.
The 30-year-old Tabb, who was a star for the Indians in the mid 1990s and also was a two-time All-American defensive back at Rowan, knows the tradition of Pennsauken football.
"This is all I know," Tabb said. "It's like family to me. All my friends are guys I grew up and played Pennsauken football with. They're like, 'We're going to win, right?'"
Tabb's first team has a trio of dangerous running backs in seniors Talir Satterfield-Rowe, Harry Williams and Jamir King.
"I think all three could start for any team in the conference," Tabb said.
The Indians also have one of South Jersey's most talented juniors in WR Marcus Jones.
Tabb said he doesn't mind playing "bad-cop" and demanding the best from his players.
"It's all about tempo and hustle," Tabb said. "We know we have the talent. We've just got to get everybody on the same page."
-- Phil Anastasia