Chieftains waste another outstanding offensive effort
By CRAIG DUNN Sports Editor firstname.lastname@example.org
ASHVILLE — Throwing a bunch of points on the scoreboard is all well and good… provided you’re keeping your opponent from doing likewise.
But because they’ve done a lot of the former and a lot more of the latter, the Logan Chieftains have wasted 82 points and find themselves off to an 0-2 start to their football season.
Where do you start after the Chiefs let a double-digit lead with under nine minutes left in the game get away in a 44-40 non-league loss Friday night at Teays Valley?
“Here’s where you start,” began a visibly perturbed Logan coach Billy Burke. “They can run the football and we can’t. That’s the bottom line. You can control the clock and you can dictate what happens in a football game if you can run the football and/or stop the run — and we could not do that.”