Hornets’ O-line continues to carve own identity

Lack of accolades.

It’s an unfortunate side-effect of any offensive line that just so happens to protect the quarterback or consistently opens up holes for running backs — its two primary jobs.

It’s a problem any team wouldn’t mind having and one the Fulton Hornets, luckily, are experiencing.

“It’s one of those things where if you don’t hear about them, it’s a good thing and they understand that it’s the nature of the beast and they don’t get a lot of recognition,” Fulton head coach Pat Kelley said.

The Hornets’ O-line has been up to the task and intends to stay there when the Boonville Pirates come to Robert E. Fisher Jr. Stadium for tonight’s homecoming game. Kickoff for the North Central Missouri Conference contest is set for 7.

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