Bloom-Carroll Hopes To Avenge One-Point Loss Vs. Liberty Union< < Back to
Both Bloom-Carroll and Liberty Union are coming off of losses last week, so both will obviously be excited to get another chance at a W this week.
What makes it even sweeter is that this is a rivalry.
In 2014, The Bulldogs (2-1) lost to the Lions (1-2) by just one point, so this is definitely a revenge game for Bloom-Carroll.
The Bulldogs suffered their first loss of the season last week against Licking Valley, but still scored 23 points. The offense for Bloom-Carroll has been a positive for the Bulldogs all year, as the team is averaging 32 points for game.
This could spell trouble for Liberty Union, who is allowing 35.7 points per game this season.
The Lions are capable of putting points on the scoreboard themselves though. After scoring only three points in the season opener, Liberty Union has averaged 24.5 points in their last two contests. Last week against Belmont, running back Braden Glasgow rushed for 210 yards and scored three touchdowns in the loss.
Until allowing 32 points last week, Bloom-Carroll allowed only 24 points through their two weeks. If the Bulldogs can contain Glasgow and the Lions’ offense reverts to its earlier season form, there is potential for this one to be a blowout.
The game will kick off at 7 p.m. at Bloom-Carroll.