September 5, 2003  
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Special teams

By: Ian Denomme

Dave Picard/Gazette
IF THE CHEERLEADING GIG DOESN'T WORK OUT, SHE CAN ALWAYS BE A FOOTBALL OFFICIAL. The Western cheerleading team work their magic at TD Waterhouse Stadium.

The Mustangs special teams is looking forward to a productive year. The biggest improvement to the special teams is punter/place kicker Rob Pikula. Pikula missed all of last season after fracturing his ankle in the first quarter of the first game.

Haylor is excited about Pikula’s return and how he will improve the team.

"Having Rob back makes our entire special teams better because the other teams know what he can do. He will bring back the scoring phase to our kicking game, which will make us more dangerous."

 

 

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