FORT WAYNE, Ind. (FORT WAYNE’S NBC) – Bishop Luers came up just one playoff round short of a state title bid in 2018.
Now the team goes back to work.
While losing their starting quarterback, Norm Knapke, the team will use a new method on offense.
The Knights plan to run the ball, giving the workload to Brayden Cowherd.
“We got a big running back, that’s a downhill runner and has opened up a little bit in the speed department,” Head Coach, Kyle Lindsay said. “Everything should build off of that. That should ease some of the tension from the first year quarterbacks.
The team’s mentality, like a year ago, is nothing short of winning it all.
With new team leaders in place, their chemistry continues to build.
“We have a lot more leaders than we had last year. We have seniors that are making sure everyone out here is on their a game. I feel like that will drive us towards where we want to go this year,” Cowherd said.
The Knight test their new offense and togetherness against Carroll, for their first game of the year, on August 23rd.