While the offense has rounded into form, Stevens knows his defense will face a significant challenge from Macon’s formidable offense.
The Tigers offense is looking to rebound after being shutout 20-0 last week by Clark County to fall to 3-3 on the season. Macon head coach Pete Claas says the offense is becoming more balanced thanks to the improving play of running back Dominick Mitchell.
Mitchell has 70 carries for 398 yards and two touchdowns this season for Macon. Claas feels consistency on both sides of the ball will be the key to victory against Brookfield.
Macon comes into the game on a three-game losing streak. Meanwhile, Brookfield will be looking to snap a three-game losing streak against the Tigers. Colin Schowe and Austin Ward will have the call on KTCM 97.3 and centralmoinfo.com, starting with in-studio pregame coverage at 6:25 pm.
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