Monday, October 3, 2011
MOKANE — Turnovers aren’t something you want to make a habit out of in football. Unless you’re forcing them, in which case, you should do it often. The No. 9 ranked South Callaway Bulldogs have been doing a majority of the taking away this year and it’s worked out well for them thus far.
The Bulldogs forced four turnovers — two fumble recoveries and two interceptions — and stayed undefeated in a 39-3 homecoming victory over Orchard Farm on Friday night.
South Callaway (6-0) has forced at least two turnovers in all six games this season, a routine that Bulldogs head coach Tim Rulo is happy to see catching on.
“It’s something we talk about a lot and discuss in practice,” Rulo said. “We tell them how important it is and they get after it and get after the football.”
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