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Pete Fredenburg named top College head coach in State by Texas Football Life

BELTON, Texas- Texas Football Life released its top 10 college football head coaches in the state of Texas entering the 2021 season on Tuesday. Ranked No. 1? UMHB’s very own Pete Fredenburg.

Fredenburg’s list of accomplishments at UMHB run pages long, as he has led the program since its inception in 1998, guiding the Cru to 16 American Southwest Conference titles, five appearances in the NCAA Playoff Quarterfinals, four in the NCAA Playoff Semifinals and a national title in 2018.

The legacy Fredenburg has had at UMHB, and the impact he has had on each and every player, coach, reporter and fan is long-lasting.

Here is how several former UMHB players and coaches responded to Fredenburg’s No. 1 ranking.

Riley Zayas
Riley Zayas founded True To The Cru in November of 2020 with the goal to cover the stories behind the score and give UMHB fans a closer look at the Cru while promoting the student-athletes and coaches that wear the purple and gold every day. He is also a national contributor to and, in addition to serving as a D3 women's basketball Top 25 voter. His byline has also been seen in: Sports Illustrated Kids, Horns Illustrated, College Baseball Nation, and FCA Williamson County. Follow him on Twitter @ZayasRiley.

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