Playoff hopes still in tact for Bulldogs

Published: Tuesday, October 30, 2012 at 05:39 PM.

“Here’s the thing about Niceville: they do what they do,” he said. “They don’t change, and they do a very good job of getting kids into position to make plays. We are going to have to do a very good job of getting a hat on a hat.

“They are going to do some things to take (tailback) Micah (Reed) away from us. I think we are going to throw the ball enough to make them respect us some. They do a great job, defensively, of taking people’s best stuff away and our guys have to be ready for that.”

On a positive note, “We are about as healthy as you can be (in) Week 10,” Pettis said. “Emmanuel (Reed) had a 60-something yard run the other night (against Mosley), so it’s the first time he’s been healthy in a while. We should be close to 100 percent.”

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