BRISTOL, Fla. - Up next on 21 Teams in 21 Days – the Liberty County Bulldogs, as they prepare for year two under head coach Derek Causseaux.
It was a tough year in 2017, finishing just 1-9, with the lone win over Wewahitchka.
There's a lot more reason for optimism in 2018. For starters, one third of the team is made up of seniors.
One of those seniors is quarterback Brady Petty, a true vocal leader on and off the field. He'll be throwing to some really talented targets in Brandon Clark, Thomas Allen, and Austin Waller. The Bulldogs are also confident in their running game with senior Destin Fletcher toting the rock.
Another thing that Coach Causseaux is pleased with is the speed and conditioning of his team. He he says he expects the kids to hold up better than their competition late in games.
In fact, the Bulldogs competed in a scrimmage with other area teams this past weekend, and he said he could see the effects of their speed on the field.
"Our biggest thing right now that we're really highlighting on is our conditioning,” Coach Causseaux says, “That's the name of our game this year is our tempo. Conditioning wise, we have our guys where we want to be. Several times I saw the other team throwing up trying to get back to the huddle. So conditioning we're right where we want to be. Quarterbacks and running backs, we're right were we want to be right now."
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