PLU football coach Frosty Westering (left) is overcome with emotion as his son Scott, the team's longtime offensive coordinator, pays tribute. The postgame ceremony lasted 30 minutes in a drizzle following the coach's last game before retiring in 2003. It ended with a rousing “Attaway” for the man who made the cheer famous. Scott Westering took over as head coach the following season. He won’t be back in 2018.
PLU football coach Frosty Westering (left) is overcome with emotion as his son Scott, the team's longtime offensive coordinator, pays tribute. The postgame ceremony lasted 30 minutes in a drizzle following the coach's last game before retiring in 2003. It ended with a rousing “Attaway” for the man who made the cheer famous. Scott Westering took over as head coach the following season. He won’t be back in 2018. Drew Perine News Tribune file photo, 2003
PLU football coach Frosty Westering (left) is overcome with emotion as his son Scott, the team's longtime offensive coordinator, pays tribute. The postgame ceremony lasted 30 minutes in a drizzle following the coach's last game before retiring in 2003. It ended with a rousing “Attaway” for the man who made the cheer famous. Scott Westering took over as head coach the following season. He won’t be back in 2018. Drew Perine News Tribune file photo, 2003

Inspirational era ends at PLU; identity search goes on

November 29, 2017 03:51 PM

More Videos

  • Driving seems to be the last thing on these motorists' minds

    So many people have misunderstood the law that the Washington State Patrol and Washington Traffic Safety Commission held a conference call Friday morning to answer questions about how the law works, and how you could get cited under it.