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Denison Coach's Blog 3 2018

By: Coach Chad Rogers
Denison Coach’s Blog 3 2018
 
The Denison Yellowjackets lost a heartbreaker, 52-49, to Burleson Centennial last week even though the three point loss was a missed field goal that was counted as good at the end of the game. The Jackets look to bounce back with their first district game Friday.
 
Oveall, how did you think the Centennial game went for your team?
 
“We scored a lot of points, but we just can’t turnover the ball and have such a slow start as we did in that game. And then, we gave up too many points on defense. You just can’t leave it in the ref’s hands; you have to spend time on what you can do. We aren’t victims. It happens.”
 
What will your team learn from this game?
 
“That we have to tackle better; block better and trust our teammates to do their jobs. And we as coaches have to do our jobs. We have to play through it; hopefully, you’ll see a better team because of it. We have had a good week of practice.”
 
How did Cade Gordy do at quarterback?
 
“He played really well; he got better as the game went on.”
 
What about the running and passing game?
 
“Our two backs (Price and Rosser) did a good job; both had over 100 yards rushing. Our receivers ran sharper routes and blocked well on the edge. They caught some good balls. Gordy had over 100 yards passing, too.”
 
What about the offensive line?
 
“They did a good job up front; they got better as the game went on, too.”
 
How about the Jacket defense?
 
“At times, we played well. We gave up too many third down conversions. We need to stay focused. We need to work out the kinks. We had great effort; that’s something you can’t coach.”
 
You start district play against Frisco Lebanon Trail this week at home; what kind of team are they?
 
“They are athletic; they are well coached and getting better each week. They are a new school and this is their first varsity season. They run the spread offense with multiple sets.”
 
What will you have to do to win?
 
“We have to get in a rhythm on offense; and get stops on defense and be physical. We have to do what we are coached to do.”
 
How do you feel about district starting?
 
“It’s happening fast; this is the biggest district I’ve ever been in as a coach (nine teams). It’s different; all the games count now. It’s a competitive district. There are five teams that Denison has never played and Braswell’s only a third year school. It is unique, but we are excited. We will be ready.”
 
Friday’s game is Senior Night in Denison as all senior players will be recognized before the game at Munson Stadium. The game starts at 7 p.m.
 
 
 
 
 
 


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