Lumberton coach Zach Jones has a difficult challenge this week. After taking down North Forrest 44-7, and only allowing a touchdown on special teams, the Panthers’ defense essentially has to prepare for two completely different types of offenses.
The Bay High Tigers used a wing-t offense early in their loss to West Harrison, then they switched to more of a spread offense with a different quarterback.
“I think it gives people problems because you’re prepared to stop the run then all of sudden they spread out. Defensively, it’s going to be hard to prepare for,” Jones said.