Justin's Lock: Tuttle bounces back vs. Newcastle...
By Justin Hite
Sure, Tuttle lost in Week 1. I can’t deny that. But there was a reason they were ranked second in Class 3A (Boneman’s note: Because I’m an idiot?). They have a veteran passing attack and a strong defense. And aside from one great punt return, the Tigers would have won.
A loss this week would we two. That’s more than I’m sure Tuttle hoped to lose the entire season. That can’t happen can it? Coach Philip Koons should have the Tigers refocused. I can’t believe Tuttle slips up again to another underdog outside the top-10. At least I hope they won’t. Will they? There’s no way.
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