Dogs start slow, pull away in Plentywood


October 16, 2020

It took a while for the Bulldogs (4-2) to get going last Friday night in Plentywood (2-4), but when they did they were once again tough to stop, eventually pulling away for a 58-20 victory.

Senior Jared Pardee, currently out with a broken arm, mentioned from the sideline during the game that it was the first time all season the Dogs hadn’t scored on their first possession. Plentywood continually blitzed inside gaps, creating havoc in the Bulldog backfield and confusing offensive linemen. It took most of the first half for the Dogs to adjust.

Defensively, the Bulldogs also had something...

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