Fort Knox, KY | October 13, 2017
The Fort Knox Eagles’ football season changed Friday night.
Blame it on cooler fall air, pink cancer awareness socks or the sheer frustration at having an extremely difficult year, but one thing definitely changed at McAdams Field on Fort Knox. The Eagles stormed the field to show the Webster County Trojans they can play some serious football. Play they did.
From start to finish, the Eagles’ defense busted through the Trojan line ruthlessly, pressuring the quarterback to make errors when he wasn’t getting sacked.
“We had a week of good practice,” said Eagles head coach Sam Wilson. “We’ve been struggling with tackling so we worked on that all week, and it paid off. The guys brought it to them tonight.”
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