The Daily Reporter
Tue Aug 26, 2008, 12:52 AM EDT
Coldwater, Mich. -
After a 2-7 record in 2007, Coldwater football coach Mark DeMeester looks to his Cardinal squad to make some improvements and become more competitive in the upcoming season.
"We want to keep making strides forward, our goal is to have a winning season," said DeMeester. "We have good team speed, more experience on offense and solid groups at outside linebacker and defensive backs."
The Cardinals will spread the offense out more and hope to become almost 60-40 run-to-pass ratio.
"We'd like to get the ball away quicker from our quarterbacks," said DeMeester of starter Josh Roddy, who started at the junior varsity level last season and part-time quarterback Cyle Herendeen. "We won't have a tight end most of the time in our spread single-wing offense; this is our second season running it, so we should be more familiar with it."
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