Joker has wiped the slate clean on the first six games for the Wildcats in an effort to focus on their next six games.

After practice yesterday Joker was asked how important these next six games are to show everyone that the program is on the right path, he responded by saying,

“I’m not interested in showing the public anything, we’re interested in going about our business in the right way.  We want to show improvement for us, we aren’t trying to impress anyone outside of this building”.

Joker said that the Wildcats are “anxious” to get back on the field after their bye week to take on Jacksonville State Saturday. The offense has struggled as of late, ranking in the bottom 5% of every major offensive category, but Jacksonville State presents an opportunity to get back on track as their defense ranks 112th in the FCS in passing yards allowed (272 yards per game).

 

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