BELTON — Mary Hardin-Baylor football has reached a new level. For the No. 2 team in the nation, wins highlighted by career highs, school records and program milestones are no longer enough.
Immediately following Saturday’s 49-31 home victory against Texas Lutheran, Crusaders head coach Pete Fredenburg said the game left a “bad taste in his mouth,” noting the early offensive execution left a lot to be desired and the defense late was subpar.
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