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Young offensive line develops for Eupora

November 19, 2013

Eupora's Javoris Draine (5) looks to make a block against East Webster. (Photo courtesy of Lee Adams)

EUPORA – A question mark surrounded the Eupora offensive line to start the football season.
Even the Eagles' coach was not sure what was going to materialize up front, but with time and some adjusting of the schemes, a strong front force came to fruition.
"At the beginning of the year, we started out wondering what the offensive line was going to be," Eupora coach Junior Graham said. "Due to various reasons, we have had to play young guys more than we anticipated, but whenever we simplified what we were going to do, we got a lot better."

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