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Bulldogs Clean Up Turnovers

The Wylie Bulldogs got back in the win column on Friday night.
The Wylie Bulldogs got back in the win column on Friday night.

The Bulldogs beat the Brownwood Lions on Homecoming to even their record to 2-2 on the season.

The week before, Head coach Hugh Sandifer's team turned the ball over 7 times with 6 of those coming on Blake Frampton interceptions.

The Bulldogs cut that down to 1 against the Lions.

Hanging on to the ball was one of the things that led to Wylie's 22 point victory at Bulldog Stadium.

"We're really stressing to our kids to play one play at a time. Blow off what ever happened behind, whether it was good or bad, and go on to the next play. I thought we made strides in that area," said head coach Hugh Sandifer.

"We never lost confidence in Blake [Frampton]. He might not have had the best game [against Graham] but he came back this week and had a great game. He didn't lose any confidence in his receivers . He was still able to throw the ball good, and I think he did a really good job," said wide receiver Austin Rains.

"It just helps when you keep the football, keep it out of your opponent's hands. The only time you get it back is after we score, kick it to you, or we punt; which we only had to punt one time," said Sandifer.

It's time to hit the road again this week. The Bulldogs play in Lubbock on Friday against the Estacado Matadors.

That game will kickoff at 4 in the afternoon.
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