Killeen football's defense has been stellar, allowing just 10 points per game through their first three weeks. The problem is their offense just hasn't found their footing yet.
"It's all about execution," explained head coach Neil Searcy.
The 'Roos have show flashes, especially with running back Kadarius Marshall lighting up Vista Ridge, but they lack consistency.
Searcy knows they'll have to find it, because unlike last year, these September games are district contests and directly decide Killeen's playoff future.
"We're going to put our best foot forward and get after it. We're in district play and we're trying to fight and get in that third season we're talking about around here."
As for that defense? Well, senior linebacker Christopher Ingram summed up their Friday night expectations brilliantly.
"We all have to come out and start hitting and knock their heads off."
Will heads roll? We'll find out Friday night at 7:30 in Copperas Cove.
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