Good morning, Coug fans!
We’re just about a month away from Coug football, as I’m sure everyone has marked on their calendars. It’s looking like a real party over at Martin as the athletes prep for opening day. Don’t believe me?
While we do have a schedule, there’s still a lot we won’t know until we open- for example, we likely won’t have a starting quarterback named until the deadline (November 6th, day before the first game). But I think that’s a little exciting. We’re just Rolo-ing with the punches, if you will.
New coach, strange season, but I’d like to remind everyone how fun it is to get underestimated. Nothing to lose, everything to gain. I think this season could be really fun, and as I’ve mentioned before: these guys are playing inside of a history textbook now. With the world being so uncertain, I think we could take this opportunity to show up full force.
Again, it’s fun to speculate- what do you think this season has in store for us? Or is it too soon to guess?
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