Sports 2 a days: Captiol Lions
Baton Rouge - The Capitol Lions are coming off a rocky 2-8 campaign in 2015, but head coach Johnny Duncan hopes that some stability in the program will help the team improve this year.
Duncan took over as head coach midway through last season, which means this spring and summer were the first chances to implement his preparation style for his team.
The Lions will be young with just five seniors and 9 returning starters, but Duncan likes the "buy-in" from his team this summer.
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