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ACU Learns Many Lessons In 1st FCS Season

The ACU Wildcats are 3 days from finishing their 1st year as an NCAA Football Championship team.
The ACU Wildcats are 3 days from finishing their 1st year as an NCAA Football Championship team.

There have been highs and lows during the 1st 10 games of the season.

Head coach Ken Collums' team is 5-5, and they are 2-2 in their last 4 games.

We got to wondering what were the lessons that were learned by the Wildcats in the 1st of F-C-S competition?

The Wildcats' Jesse Harper says, "Any little mistake can change the game. Scholarships matter. Play matters, and you have to play as a team. You have to make sure you band together and you execute everything as great as you can."

Coach Collums said, "We have to find more people, more big people. This is a big boy game, and it's about pushing people around. It is a violent game at the FCS level, and you've got to have really good depth on the offensive and defensive lines."

The Wildcats finish the regular season on Saturday in Prairie View against Prairie View A&M. They kickoff at 1.


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