Wildcats Defensive Coordinator Alex Guerra is hard to please. Still he said the Wildcats’ defense played well in spots against Lovejoy last Friday (September 6) night. He said they played a physical game but had a couple of breakdowns. He noted the Leopard’s have a quality receiver who was good. Overall Coach Guerra said he was pleased with the Wildcats defensive effort. Against a big Lovejoy offensive line, Coach Guerra said his defensive line is not big but they are quick and he said they held up well and battled. He noted that both safeties had big moments defending passes. He said senior Chase Haney is like a coach on the field and has taken sophomore safety Korderrian “Bull” Turner under his wing. Coach Guerra said the Wing T offense seems to be making a comeback and that is what Terrell runs. He said he cut his teeth as a young defensive coach on the Wing-T offense in south Texas. Coach Guerra said defenders have to be super disciplined and super physical. He said a single misstep can result in an offensive player taking the ball to the house. He said Terrell has speedy backs with ability that run behind a big offensive line. Coach Guerra agreed that the defense is showing improvement. He also had something else to tell them this week. Coach Guerra told defenders this we are young stuff is over. He said defenders have responded. He called his defensive Wildcats a good group and coachable.
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