CLYDE, Texas - The Clyde Bulldogs are coming off an 8-4 year, where they fell in the Area round of the playoffs. Clyde does, however, return seven starters. Most of which are of skills positions.
It'll be senior Christian Eubanks who will make the biggest impact. Eubanks played on both sides of the ball last season, and will do that again this year. He had 408 yards receiving with three touchdowns, as well as 87 tackles and three interceptions on the defenisive side of the ball.
As for the offense, Clyde also returns starting quarterback Ty Spears,who's confident with all the experienced weapons around him.
"I feel like anywhere I throw it, they're gonna be there," said Spears. "I feel like we have a really good connection with all four of my receivers. We friends on and off the field, [so] we communicate a lot and it's just really good."
"There's three or four of us who have been up here since we were sophomores," added Eubanks. "It makes a lot of difference to know what you're doing instead of just coming out here [needing to] learn everything. We came out here [on the] first day of two-a-days and knew most of our playbook already."
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