The West Point Green Wave may have lost a 55-33 decision to the South Panola Tigers to open the season last week.
It wasn't because of a lack of production from senior running back Aeris Williams.
The Mississippi State commitment was responsible for 24 of West Point's scoring as he had four touchdowns against South Panola.
Williams rushed for 194 yards on 32 carries for the Green Wave.
West Point head coach Chris Chambless said it's not unusual to see Williams running over opposing players because they've already seen what he can do in practice.
"We know he's fixing to get it in practice and he's hard to stop," Chambless said in the preseason. "Every one of our defensive guys know what's fixing to happen when we're fixing to scrimmage and our team drills, so he makes us better on defense also."
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