Offense returns nine starters; defense must rebuild
By Marc David
Special to the Reporter-News
Sunday, August 24, 2008
The Lone Star Conference has developed a reputation for prolific scoring and wide-open offenses [--] teams that have enjoyed the most success are those that can put points on the scoreboard in a hurry.
Tarleton State University scored more than 40 points in six of its 11 games last year en route to a 9-2 overall record, 7-2 against LSC opponents.
But its highest scoring game, when it piled 63 points on Abilene Christian University, resulted in one of its two losses. ACU won 70-63.
With nine offensive starters returning from last year and two more players who saw plenty of action, the Texans should have little trouble scoring points.
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