Enjoy Homecoming, But Football First

Enjoy Homecoming, But Football First

The Wylie Bulldogs dropped to 1-2 on the season on Friday night with a 35-14 loss to state ranked Graham. It is time to move on though. The Bulldogs are back at home this week and it's homecoming time at Wylie.
The Wylie Bulldogs dropped to 1-2 on the season on Friday night with a 35-14 loss to state ranked Graham.

It is time to move on though. The Bulldogs are back at home this week and it's homecoming time at Wylie.

Former students are coming to town, the pep rally is bigger and the expectations are higher.

Coach Sandifer wants his guys to concentrate on the game, 1st.

Coach Sandifer said, "We spend a lot of time talking about that the focal point will come down to 7:30 on Friday night. The rest of the stuff is preliminary. It's all to kind of build excitement, but then the main reason everybody's here is for the football game on Friday, so we've got to our part to make it something that's memorable for them."

Aaron Marriott said, "We try to take charge. We try to do the best we can, and we try to help the other guys out, and really, just try our best."

Marshall Moore, "We just try to get a good week of practice in. A good week of trying to get everything back down to the basics; blocking, tackling, and take that into our next game."

Homecoming week at Wylie. The Bulldogs host the Brownwood Lions at Bulldog Stadium. They will start that game at 7:30.

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