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Mustang's Brandon Taylor, David Glidden a deadly combination in win over Edmond North

Broncos offense overwhelms Edmond North in District 6A-2 rout
BY SCOTT WRIGHT, Staff Writer, swright@opubco.com Modified: October 2, 2010 at 12:47 am •  Published: October 1, 2010
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That was the best start Luckey could have hoped for after a rough night in Mustang's 30-29 loss at Lawton last week. He injured an ankle; got hit in the ribs so hard it was originally thought one was broken; busted his nose; and ripped the skin below his bottom lip when his teeth went through it, requiring stitches.

It was enough to keep him out of practice all week, but it couldn't keep him out of the Friday night lights.

"I've been wanting to get pads on so bad all week," the 6-foot-2, 205-pound senior said. "Finally getting to get out here and play the game I love is amazing.

"(The interception) was a great emotional boost. I knew I had to play with no fear. If you play with fear, they'll run over you all night."

Having allowed 30 or more points in three of five games, the Bronco defense still has some work to do, but Prestidge is confident that the improvement will come.

"I feel we're a much better football team than we were the first week of the season," he said. "I think our kids will continue to get better, because they work hard.

"Tonight, we got rocked back on our heels and lost confidence. We'll be all right."



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