Huff said Lone Star is “almost identical” to the team College Station faced in 2019. Rangel has thrown for 1,799 yards and 22 touchdowns this season, while the 5-10, 195-pound wide receiver and runner ball Ashton Jeanty, who was also on the 2019 squad, has 2,512 offensive yards and 41 touchdowns this season.
“At the end of the day, we do what we do in defense, and they do what they do in attack,” Huff said. “Our job is to try to slow that down and keep it under control, and you hope your plan can do that. As simplistic as it sounds, at this point, it really is.
Offensively, Huff says the Cougars will need to take advantage of their position on the court. Lone Star’s defense has allowed an average of 14.6 points per game, and the Rangers’ only two losses this season have been against the top teams in Divisions 5A I and II – Denton Ryan 7-6 and Aledo 45-35.
Lone Star defeated Dallas Adams 74-6 in the bi-district round to qualify.
“They do the same things, and they’re very basic, very basic,” Huff said. “They’re going to line up where you think they’re going to line up, and you have to beat them.”
The Cougars beat McKinney North 49-10 last week in the first round of the playoffs with an overall effort of his offense, including quarterback Jett Huff, wide receiver Traylen Suel and running back Marquise Collins, who participated. to six touchdowns through three quarters.