Things didn’t start too good for Bandera on their opening drive, going three and out, but the visitors had plenty of things to worry about besides the Bulldog defense. Taking a page from last week’s Bulldog playbook, Ingram shot itself in the foot, incurring five penalties in their first two possessions and setting the stage for the rest of the night. Bandera’s first big play came after a fumbled punt return the Bulldogs managed to recover on the Bandera 34.
Bandera’s coaches planned to keep the freshmen team on the field for most of the game with the JV filling in as needed. Ingram flexed their muscles early after a 67-yard rumble to the Bandera three-yard line early in the first and Ingram’s Anthony Martinez scores with 6:21 left to put the Warriors ahead, 7-0. Bandera’s offense sputtered on their first two possessions, going three and out on both, but a fumble by Ingram gives Bandera the ball on the Bulldog 37 with 4:14 left in the first.
Untimely penalties and interceptions were Bandera’s curse. Five interceptions to be precise. With the Lions putting the Bulldogs into numerous second and long and third and longs, SAC could tend to lay back a bit in obvious passing situations. That the Lions probably have the best cornerback duo the Bulldogs will see during the regular season, didn’t help. Bandera opened the game with two penalties in the first three plays of the game, losing 19 yards in the process, not the way you want to start.
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