After half a decade of sub .500 seasons the Goshen Redskins are ready to shake things up. Mike Cheviron is entering his third season as the head coach and this year he is adding in a hurry up offense. An idea that is becoming more and more common among high school football teams.
"We don't want to be Oregon. That is not the goal. The goal is to control the defense and to control ourselves." Coach Cheviron added "One of the nicest things is we can change every play at the line of scrimmage when we see it. And take some things off the quarterbacks hands."
The Redskins get 17 seniors back this season and they can already see the impact the new offense is having. Austin Weirich noticed the speed change immediately. "Our offense has gotten a lot faster. They are getting plays in faster. They are running a lot faster. The offense looks a lot better than it did last year."
After going 2-8 in 2012 the Redskins are ready to show off the new look. They will get the chance August 23rd when they hit the road to take on Fort Wayne Carroll.