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Talihina offense shows promise in Thursday night scrimmage against Quinton

August 20, 2011

TALIHINA — Two things were pretty visible to Talihina Golden Tigers Football Coach Kelly Gravitt.
One, his offensive unit may be pretty productive after all, considering a lot of his skilled players graduated from last season's 11-1 team — which won District 2A-6.
The Golden Tigers had two nice drives deep into Quinton red-zone territory, and probably would have scored had the 10-play scripted drive not stopped drives.
On the other hand, Gravitt decided over the off-season to change defenses, going from the 4-3 to the 3-4. But after some problems he saw with that defensive set, he's decided to go back to the 4-3.

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