American River football coach Jon Osterhout has guided the Beavers to their first community college state championship Saturday against Fullerton. His team is more crisp than his beard, which he sports out of superstition.
American River football coach Jon Osterhout has guided the Beavers to their first community college state championship Saturday against Fullerton. His team is more crisp than his beard, which he sports out of superstition. Photo courtesy of the American River College Current
American River football coach Jon Osterhout has guided the Beavers to their first community college state championship Saturday against Fullerton. His team is more crisp than his beard, which he sports out of superstition. Photo courtesy of the American River College Current

American River College football embraces the favorite role

September 04, 2015 05:55 PM

UPDATED September 04, 2015 08:19 PM

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