Undefeated Gators prepare for Knights

Published: Wednesday, September 25, 2013 at 07:15 PM.

Although the Baker bye week came earlier in the season than it usually does, it offered a welcome break.

 "We got some bumps and bruises well," Brunson said. "We got some stuff done that we needed to work on. I felt overall we kept our regular game routine and just didn't have to get hit on Friday, so our guys should be rested and ready to go."

Brunson's biggest concern Friday night is that Baker will be Baker.

"We just have to get focused and do what we do," he said. "We have to take care of the football, open holes, run downhill and play good defense. We definitely want to keep this thing in the win column.

"Josh Childers (Knight head coach), who I coached there at Crestview for a short time, has done a great job with that program and they are much improved. I just hope we can play the brand and style of football that is Gator football and just do what we do and not turn it over."


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