Media Day: Edmond Memorial
Thursday, July 28th 2011, 5:44 pm
News On 6
Originally Published: Aug 26, 2010 3:13 PM CDTOklahoma Sports Staff
OKLAHOMA CITY -- The Edmond Memorial Bulldogs went 8-4 this season, but aren’t satisfied with ending their season without a Gold Ball. The team returns with quality players, including quarterback Kameron Doolittle.
The Bulldogs’ head coach, Justin Merideth, expects big things from his team this year.
“We talk about it a lot, our expectations are very high, and that’s how we want it,” Merideth said. “I think it’s a good motivating tool for the players and for the coaches as well.”
The Bulldogs will have to overcome several obstacles, including a tough district and three early-season, non-district games that will test their skills.
“It’s going to be a tough schedule,” Merideth said. “We want to go after that district.”
Defensively, Edmond Memorial looks strong, relying on Connor Myers and Jerod Chambers.
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