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Harrell is high on aerial progress


Spring football, especially on the offensive side of the line of scrimmage, often resembles a tapestry’s backside – plenty of loose strings and the finished design is not as pretty as when its turned over. Head Coach Sam Harrell, is busy stitching, sorting material and roughly aligning threads so the big picture comes into focus when it’s framed in the fall. His version of the spread option offense put up 26 points per game in 2018. Look for that figure to rise, though the defense might be what carries the team in the first month of the season. “Our passing game was improved,” said Harrell after the spring scrimmage and 18 days of practices. “We are …Read the rest of this story and more stories like this in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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