“We are learning. We finally have everyone here,” said head coach Shannon Burcham after the scrimmage, “when we played at Hoptown it looked like everyone had just got together for the very first time.”
Though still rough around the edges, the players did improve each and every play. The defense got help from the Christian County wide receivers by them having hands of stone and dropping several balls.
Instead of the usual man to man coverage during a seven on seven game, Trigg went with a zone type of defense which sometimes worked, and sometimes did not. The “not” usually coming from audibles before the play not being executed properly. Gaps in coverage left a few of County’s receivers wide open, but overall the defense kept the holes tight and covered pretty well. The execution of the pre-snap audibles did improve as well.
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