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Bubba Ivers, a Moffat County High School senior, looks to pass during the football team’s scrimmage against Coal Ridge High School Aug. 24 at the Bulldog Proving Grounds. Ivers, in his third year as starting quarterback, has learned a new offense for his senior season.

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Spreading the wealth

New offensive, defensive schemes give Bulldogs new look in 2012

Coming off a disappointing season in 2011, it was time for the Moffat County High School football team to make a change. Head Coach Kip Hafey knew it wouldn’t get any easier for the Bulldogs as one of the smallest schools in the 3A classification for football. So Hafey and assistant Lance Scranton decided to overhaul the team’s offensive and defensive approaches to the game, and go with a more modern, mobile style. The result is a spread offense instead of power formations, and going with a more aggressive style on defense.

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