Olean Times Herald — by Nick Richardson
Adam Jack was a part of a period of unprecedented success for the Smethport football team as a player in the early 1990s. Now, more than 20 years later, he’s hoping to find it again as a head coach.
Jack takes over as the new head man of the Hubbers after five years as an assistant. But his ties to the program go back much further.
A member of the Smethport Class of 1991, Jack played quarterback and safety on the great Hubbers teams of the early 90s under Hall of Fame coach Carl DeFilippi. Between 1989 and 1996, the Hubbers won a then-state record 67 consecutive regular season games, a mark that today stands as the second longest in PIAA history. Read More