The St. Edward defense and safety Darnell Shields (2) return to the sideline Saturday night following Shields' second-quarter interception against Cincinnati Elder. The Eagles beat Elder, 40-7, in Bedford. Check back later for video highlights. (Matt Goul, cleveland.com)BEDFORD, Ohio — It took just 1 hour, 50 minutes. St. Edward, the No. 2-ranked football team in the cleveland.com Top 25, picked apart Cincinnati Elder from the opening drive to the running clock.
BEDFORD, Ohio — A scout team is vital to any weekly football practice. The repetitions against one simulate an opponent’s tendencies. St. Edward certainly needed that before facing Elder, which has its quirks that include using junior Michael Bittner as a change-of-pace quarterback for starter Danny Nieman. The Eagles have something similar with seniors Zach Kincaid and junior Garrett Dzuro, and it is partly why senior safety Darnell Shields thinks their practices have an added advantage.
CLEVELAND, Ohio — The duel between the top two football teams in the cleveland.com Top 25 could get more interesting, thanks to Cincinnati Elder. No. 1 St. Ignatius heads Saturday to “The Pit” in Southwest Ohio just after Elder left the northeast with a 40-7 loss to No. 2 St. Edward. Can the Wildcats match their rival’s performance? It could provide the first tangible comparison between area powers, who will meet in Week 10.
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