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Tygers Ready For One More Tune Up

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 8/20/2013

After going 8-3 and advancing to the playoffs in 2012, the Mansfield Tygers will have one more dress rehersal at Fremont Ross Friday at 7pm, before opening the regular season at home against the Big Walnut Golden Eagles (6-4 in 2012). Fourth year head coach Chioke Bradley wants to see good aggressive play on both sides of the ball on Friday when they see the Little Giants, but more than anything else he wants his troops to come out of the preseason healthy. The head coach also feels the Tyger offense at this point is ahead of the defense, but feels they are improving everyday in practice. On offense, senior starting quarterback Jalen Reese, feels his squad is ahead of where they were last year at this time. After the Tygers open at home against Big Walnut, they'll hit the road the next two weeks against the Lima Senior Spartans (0-10 in 2012), then travel to Marion Harding (3-7 in 2012).

   
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