CMU MUST OVERCOME QB INJURIES AT WILLIAM PENN

Central Methodist football visits William Penn in a matchup of 1-2 squads on 99.9 The Captain Saturday. CMU’s quarterback situation remains unclear after All-Conference quarterback Caleb Bedford’s injury forced four quarterbacks into reserve duty last week. Central Methodist head coach David Calloway discusses the offensive approach against William Penn’s veteran defense.



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The opposition William Penn will start junior transfer Jonathan Thomas under center for the second straight week. Calloway says Thomas gives the Statesmen a dual-threat quarterback.



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Calloway’s Eagles almost upset the Statesmen last year before late miscues cost CMU in a 34-21 loss. Central Methodist only returns three full-time starters who faced William Penn’s option offense in 2016, but CMU played another option team in Peru State two weeks ago. Calloway explains why William Penn’s offense presents challenges.



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William Penn lost to #2 Baker on a two-minute drive in the opener before beating then-#12 Missouri Valley and falling to MidAmerica Nazarene. Head coach Todd Hafner shares William Penn’s keys for Saturday.



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Tune into CMU and William Penn football Saturday on KIRK and centralmoinfo.com. Pregame coverage begins at 12:40pm with Eric Duick and Scott Lunte on the call.

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