Linebackers showing improvement for Midwest City
BY RYAN ABER
After his team beat Enid 63-20 on Friday, Midwest City coach Steve Huff felt much better about his defense than he did after a Week 1 win over Del City.
“The consistency wasn’t there last week,” Huff said. “I thought our defense tackled a lot better.”
That showed most in the linebacking corps.
Myles Hogg put up big tackling numbers in the win over Del City but the numbers were much more balanced against Enid.
Austin Roberson and Zeke Lewis had solid games on either side of Hogg.
“When you don’t tackle well, when you get in open spaces and don’t make plays, you get yourself in trouble,” Huff said. “We didn’t do near as much of that against Enid.”
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