Eagles will not play fetch

The KG Impression

Kevin Gregan

The Georgia Southern University football team will be hounded by the second team of Bulldogs it has faced this season on Saturday, and the Eagles have a good chance to win this week.

Play on the field is expected to get very physical, and parents who attend Family Weekend are not likely approve.

The Eagle defense is ranked seventh nationally in total offense, and they will look to subdue a Bulldog offense that is well rounded and capable of scoring over the ground and through the air.

On offense, the Eagles will rely on their rushing game that is ranked second nationally so far this season.

The Samford University Bulldogs are rabid on the road. They’re coming off a fourth-quarter comeback on the road at Western Carolina University, are 2-0 on the road so far and they’re coming into Paulson with a lot of confidence.

While the Eagles lost against the Citadel Bulldogs, the Eagles can beat the Samford Bulldogs if they don’t drop the football. Everybody knows how dogs love to play fetch.

The Eagles hold the advantage in both offensive and defensive categories, and these factors should allow for another close win by a score of 31-28.