For the Neshaminy football program, another District 1 title last season was followed by something that hadn't happened within the program in a very long time, a coaching change. Mark Schmidt stepped away leaving some big shoes to fill on the sidelines for the Redskins. The Redskins think they'll be able to make that a non-issue this season. They return outstanding tailback D'Andre Pollard who ran around and through defenses for fifteen weeks last season, leading the Redskins to the state semifinals. There are some other spots that have to be filled though, a solid senior class graduated and they'll need to find some play makers if they're going to win another District 1 title.