For the first few days of practice, the Northern Lehigh wrestling room seemed emptier than usual.
That's because nearly half of head coach Todd Herzog's roster was still on the gridiron.
"It affected us a lot, actually, but it's a good affect," said Herzog, who enters his 16th season with the program. "Anytime you have one of your school's programs being successful, how can you condemn that. I always encourage my athletes to play multiple sports.
"We were right behind the football team."