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Tulsa Union coming to town

By Brody Feldmann

Staff Writer



On Friday night at 7:00 P.M. the Mustang Broncos will take on the Tulsa Union Redskins on Senior night at Broncos Stadium.

“This is why you sign up to play football is to play against great football teams like Union is. There is no reason for new Vince Lombardi speeches this week,” defensive coordinator Adam Gaylor said.

Tulsa Union will be the most complete team that the Broncos will face this regular season. No disrespect to Southmoore or Norman North or anyone else but this Union team has proven they can beat you multiple different ways.

The Redskins have a lot of talent on their team and players that aren’t looked upon as their stars will make big plays when needed.

The offense for Tulsa Union is the same offense that has been successful for them for the past 15 years. The offensive line is physical and also disciplined they will look to pound the ball on anyone in front of them.

The Broncos front seven on defense has stood up to the test many times this season but they have a big one here at the end of the regular season.

“The problem is when you watch film your like ‘lets attack their weaknesses’ and you keep looking for it and its not there. They are a tremendous offense and they have great schemes,” Gaylor said.


Even though games aren’t won because of one or two players the Tulsa commit Shamari Brooks against the Nebraska commit Deontre Thomas will be a fun matchup to watch.

The Tulsa Union defense is led by division one athletes Tre Brown and Jordan Starks in the secondary. Mustang’s rushing game will help open up the passing game and will need to be more consistent.

Friday night’s game will determine who gets the number two seed in the district. The number two seed is big because you get to host the first round of the playoffs against the other districts number three team.

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