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Rams Need To Be Consistent

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 8/21/2013

With nine days to go before the start of the 2013 football season, the Madison Rams are looking to find consistency on both sides of the ball. According to fourth year head coach at Madison Sean Conway, the team has had good defensive practices and good offensive practices, but never on the same day.

Conway says what the team needs more than anything else is just to play consistent and stop making little mistakes.

The Rams will preview Thursday night at home against Akron Archbishop Hoban at 6 pm, before taking the field for the real thing next Friday night at Ram Field against traditional foe Shelby. By then, Conway hopes his team is, as he puts it, doing things right.

Madison enters 2013 as defending OCC co-champions with Mansfield Senior and West Holmes after going 10-2 and advancing to the playoffs in 2012.

   
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