Dale Steele enters his fifth season of competition as head football coach at Campbell University. A 32-year veteran at the collegiate level, Steele became the first football coach at Campbell in more than 50 years on June 15, 2006.
Under Steele’s watch Campbell has produced 31 All-Pioneer Football League selections in the team’s first four seasons, including 11 last year.
Campbell finished 2011 at 6-5 overall and 5-3 in Pioneer Football League play, marking the program’s highest win total since restarting the program in 2008. The Camels led the PFL in rushing for the third straight year (210.45 yards per game), ranking 18th in the nation. The team had five individuals in the league's top 20 in rushing in Carl Smith, C.J. Oates, Jordan Cramer, Braden Smith and Kurt Odom.
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