Lots of new faces on the field for Munday

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The Munday Moguls come into the 2018 season with more questions than they’ve had in a long time. 

Every player that gained a yard for head coach Patrick Corcoran in 2017 is gone. 

There are a lot of new faces this year, and Corcoran decided to change from the spread offense to an option attack based out of the “flex bone.”

Lots of new stuff  is going on in Munday, but the Moguls expect to win no matter what is going on around them.

Corcoran said, “These kids this year understand what Munday’s about. They obviously want to continue that, carry the torch, so to speak. Young men step up whenever that occurs regardless of their talent level, or their size, or any of that. 

Brendan Kuehler said, “There have been a bunch of freshmen that have been stepping up. They really surprised me. You put on these colors, and it’s a big deal. You’re the big hoss, but they are putting on purple and gold.” 

The Moguls are picked second in their district behind Wellington. 

Munday starts the 2018 season at Seymour on August 31.

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