BELTON Called a work in progress all season, the Mary Hardin-Baylor offense could be worked over again.
After gaining a season-low 267 yards in the Cru's 35-12 win at Mississippi College on Saturday, head coach Pete Fredenburg said Monday the offense he switched from the power-I to the pistol in the offseason will be the team's focus in preparation for this weekend's non-conference game against Southern Oregon. "I think it's really important just because of the meltdown I think we had against Mississippi (College). I think our offense really took a step backwards against Mississippi," Fredenburg said. "This gives us an opportunity to really address some things and I think, obviously, this ball game, by saying that, this ball game plays a real important role."
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