Breaking down the Demons
It only took Sequoyah one quarter to post a 28-6 score against Beggs in 2012. The rest of the game was called off with impending storms approaching the Beggs area.
Sequoyah head coach Shane Richardson doesn’t foresee such a lopsided score this year when the two teams meet tonight at Thompson Field.
“We watched them on film,” Richardson said, “and they’ve got a lot of talent right now.”
Richardson, whose team blew out Sequoyah in Week 1, said his club will be in for a different type of opposing offense this week.
“Beggs is a completely different test than the type of team Okemah was,” Richardson said. “(Okemah) was more about winning the game up front and passing when they needed to.
“Beggs looks like they want to run a lot of formations on offense and mix up the run and pass. They can go fast when they want with the no-huddle.”