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April 10, 2008
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Sophomore running back Andrew McCloud is tackled by freshman defensive back Erik Jones during yesterday’s practice at Smith Stadium.
Tops keep last season in memory
ANDREW ROBINSON Herald reporter Redshirt freshman K.J. Black still remembers that November night last year. It was Homecoming at Western, Sun Belt Conference member Troy was in town and the Toppers were so close to knocking off the then No. 1 team in the Sun Belt, but fell 21-17. Black was sacked on fourth down late in the fourth quarter, ending the Toppers’ chances of beating the Trojans. As Western was working on its two-minute drill situations yesterday at Smith Stadium, Troy was in the back of Black’s mind. Black and the first-team offense never scored, however freshman quarterback Tyler Bruce
did find freshman wide receiver Dustin Boyer for a 14-yard touchdown pass. Sophomore quarterback Brandon Smith also ran for a 36-yard touchdown in the scrimmage. “We just like to go fasttempo,” Black said. “We don’t like to do a lot of different things. We will stay in one or two formations and run our plays out of all those formations so we can keep the pace fast.” Black said the coaches really make sure the tempo is as close to game speed as possible. Defensively, freshman linebacker Chris Bullard said the two-minute situations give them on opportunity to build a stronger defense. “What we’re trying to do is build a unit here,” Bullard said. “We have a legacy to
uphold. WKU is known for their defense, so we have to uphold that. And that’s not what we’re doing right now. I think if everyone just comes out and takes care of their role, then everything will come together.” One factor Western wasn’t able to simulate yesterday was the way their legs would be feeling late in a game. “The games wear on you quick,” Black said. “Cause one minute you’re fresh and the next, you’re huffing and puffing.” Coach David Elson said the situations are pretty similar to what he may go through as a coach in a game, but he will play a little different role on Saturdays in the fall. “The next time, I will probably let our defensive coaches call the defense,” Elson said.
“Because normally on game day, I’ll be making a timeout decision, listening to the headsets and all that. That makes a little more difficult, but that’s why we’re using the headsets and doing those things, because for coaches we’re trying to make it as game-like as possible as well.” As far as situations similar to Troy coming back to Elson as they practice, he said he has things come back to him from all sorts of experiences and as coaches they try to teach the players from those experiences. The Toppers will have one more mini-scrimmage at 10 a.m. Saturday before the annual Red-White game on April 19. Reach Andrew Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Break from games offers team time to refocus
COREY OGBURN Herald reporter Some say that a bone heals stronger after a break. The Lady Toppers (14-20, 2-9 Sun Belt Conference) are hoping that their nine-day break from action will make them stronger as well. Western returns to the diamond today, facing AlabamaBirmingham (20-25), its second non-conference opponent in a row. It’s been nine days since the Lady Toppers have seen any game action, thanks in part to the cancellation of a doubleheader against Morehead State on April 3 because of rain. “The break gave us more of a chance to work on what
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we need to work on, and it gave us the opportunity to clear our mind of all the past games where we haven’t played so well,” senior first baseman Shelby Smith said. Currently, the Lady Toppers are on a five-game losing streak and are hoping to break the twogame win streak of the Blazers. Coach Tyra Perry kept the Lady Toppers busy over the break from games with several long practices. “We worked on a bunch of different things this week during the long practices,” sophomore right-fielder Lindsay Antone said. “We’re just trying to maintain our game and not get down on ourselves.” Western has struggled on the field this season, with two five-
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game losing streaks already this season. The struggles have made it difficult to maintain the positive attitude necessary to be successful, but the Lady Toppers have been able to stay in that mindset. “We’re still confident,” Antone said. “We know our team can come back, so it won’t be a problem at all for us.” The non-conference games against UAB relieve some of the pressure of returning to action, but on Saturday, Western returns the high pressure of conference play against Louisiana-Monroe. Performing well under high pressure situations has been another focus for Perry over the break. “We’ve been focusing on playing under pressure and being
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aggressive under pressure,” Smith said. “Buckling under the pressure has been what has killed us in the past so we have been working on that a lot.” According to Perry, the more intense practices have been a major factor in keeping the positive attitude. “The challenging and intense practices will help us to build confidence in games,” she said. Junior pitcher Ryan Rogge will work her way back into action over the next few games. She had been out with a stress fracture in her foot over the break. The Lady Toppers play a doubleheader at UAB beginning at 4 p.m. this afternoon. Reach Corey Ogburn at email@example.com.
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