Great report. My only dispute is the statement about Bardstown that "the defense has proven a bit more susceptible late season when the schedule stiffened." On October 25th vs. E-Town, they essentially shut the Panther offense down and the only reason the game went to OT was because we fumbled on our own 3 yard line midway through the third quarter. Now, we did give up 350 yards of offense last Friday, but much of that was in the first half when the offense turned the ball over 4 times and E-Town kept getting the ball in our territory, and they got zippo in the 2nd half. Other than that, you have to go all the way back to September 13 against Washington County to find a score against the first-team defense.
Just defending my guys, man!