Wildcats Offensive Coordinator Matt Young says the Wildcats offense is gaining some consistency in what they are doing. He said they graded out at 41% Friday night (October 18) against Corsicana. Coach Young says the Wildcats were just down 27-14 in the third quarter when they had a couple of frustrating drives. He says little things in execution did not get done. Coach Young says a blitzer was turned loose and a pass route was stopped a yard short of where is needed to be. Then there was the first and goal unsportsmanlike conduct penalty that the Wildcats could not overcome. With a score, they could have trailed by only 6 points with seven minutes still left in the game. Coach Young says an emphasis this week is closing games out. He says what it comes down to is when you have to make plays to win that’s what you’ve got to do. Coach Young says quarterback Kaden Wallace continues to make good decisions and back Caden Davis is running real hard. He says in district games, every play matters and you can’t have anything set you back or you will lose. Coach Young also assessed the Greenville defense. He says this Greenville team is the best he has seen since he’s been here. He says the do a good job on defense and know what they need to do. Coach Young says they are the least complicated team we’ve faced this year. He says they are extremely fast and don’t give up big plays. Coach Young says Greenville defensive backs were able to cover Royse City’s highly touted receiver one on one. He says one Lions’ defensive end is the best they have faced this year. Coach Young says they must know where he is on every play. He says Friday’s game is big for Greenville too because of playoff implications.
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