The Legacy Sabers are coming off of their best game against powerhouse Century, building on that momentum for the rest of the season.
Head Coach Chris Clements says the focus is cleaning up the play on special teams. The Sabers put up 29 points Friday night, the previous two matchups combined, zero. The players thrilled about their opportunity to show what they’re capable of on the national stage.
“It’s crazy to think how many people in the country could’ve been watching that game on ESPN2,” says QB Clay Feland. “But I feel like, at the moment, it didn’t feel like it was on television. We were just playing our game.”
“I’m just thankful to go out there and get the opportunity to play,” WR/DB Matt Jensen says. “I thought it was a lot of fun. But looking back at it, it’s great to see yourself on TV, it’s great to watch the other guys out there.”
Legacy now travels to Williston in search of win number one.