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Vols take one game at a time approach into second outing

August 28, 2014

Starkville Academy quarterback Houston Clark (12) tosses the football in the direction of Noah Heflin during last Friday's game against Lamar School. (Photo by Lee Adams)

One game at a time.
That is the way coach Jeff Terrill and the Starkville Volunteers like to play football.
There is no looking down the road. Instead, the focus for SA is on what transpires this week and being ready to do “what they do” at the best of their ability.
“You are going to tweak some things every week because of different things your opponent has or different schemes they are running,” Terrill said. “Hopefully we have made those sound adjustments and the biggest thing a champion does is they focus on what they do. We are really trying to not be sneaky, (but) just do what we do better than they do.”

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