Gators prepare for Blue Devils

Published: Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at 04:52 PM.

"Sneads has got some very big guys and is very athletic," he said. "I feel like we've gotten a little bit better each week.

"Our offensive line played well. Our fullback, Brandon Engler, did a really nice job blocking and our tailbacks were able to rush for about 350 (yards) and we threw for another 115."

Even with everything seeming to tilt heavy in Baker's favor Brunson refuses to look past the struggling Blue Devils. 

"Holmes County is a shotgun team that likes to it out on offense," he said. "They are a 4-3 defensive team. They did a great job containing us last year and scoring points on us and we would love to return that favor.

"Bonifay (Holmes County) is a team coming in that we've had a little history with. I think it will be two small community high school football teams getting after each other. I think it will be a great atmosphere for football."

At the end of the day Brunson knows the best way for the Gators to pick up their third win of the year is just to play their style of football.

"We just have to do what we do," he said. "We don't worry too much about our opponent, but they are going to throw it around and we are going to have to contain the pass a little more this week than we have in the previous two.

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