hoosierheat wrote:I've seen MNS play twice, both Linton games. And yes, Cavalier may be the favorite, and rightfully so, but don't count out the Bulldogs. They play very sound defense, Greenmeyer and Martinson control the line of scrimmage. They caused absolute chaos for Kelsey Larson. Offensively, Hansana, the qb, has to be an efficient game manager. In the first Linton game, he was greedy and forcing throws. He has the arm strength and accuracy to be one of the best in the state. Coach Eric Olson has to prepare and execute a very good game plan against the Tornadoes, if they get down early, its over. Also keep an eye on MNS wr/return man Phillip Enderson. He is one the more explosive players I have seen in Class A.
On the contrary, I have caught some Cavalier games. They are big. They are strong. They are fast. And I think the most important thing is, they are a great reflection of their head coach. Sandy Laxdal is a football guy. In the end, I think Cavaliers athleticism proves too much, and grinds down MNS in the 4th.
I appreciate a post like this, very headsy and with knowledge......I see its your first one also....welcome aboard and yes it will be a dog fight.