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Here’s the full transcript of Eichorst’s comments Sunday afternoon: “Thank you all for being here today. Last night after consulting with Chancellor (Harvey) Perlman, I made the decision that our university needs new leadership in our football program, and I informed Coach (Bo) Pelini of my decision this morning. Careful consideration and contemplation went into the decision process, and I’m well aware of the short-term impact on our student-athletes. But in the end, this is what’s best for the university. Certainly the results of our games this season and in previous seasons played a significant role in my decision. But whenever I evaluate a head coach, I consider a number of factors both on and off the field beyond the outcomes of games.
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31, used every bit of Herrington’s talents in that game, as he was part, either passing or running, of five of the Chiefs’ touchdowns that night. The win helped set up next week’s Mississippi Association of Independent Schools (MAIS) playoff game at Oak Forest Academy in Amite, La. Magnolia Heights had an off week Friday in preparation for the playoffs. The dual threat of running and passing by Herrington means opposing defenses must respect his abilities on every play. “I become another threat to run the ball,” Herrington said, “Then, I feel like I’m pretty good reading options.” Those abilities have allowed Herrington to complete 50 percent of his passes this season, resulting in seven touchdowns from the air attack. In addition, the Magnolia Heights quarterback has amassed an amazing 23 touchdowns running, while churning out 1,588 yards rushing through the end of the regular season. Herrington doesn’t rest when the other team has the ball; he simply heads into the secondary as a free safety for the Chiefs, a perennial power in MAIS football and coached by Cliff Young. “You always have to account for him in the type of offense that we run,” Young said. “Putting him under center can take away some of his ability to run the football, but get him in the shotgun formation and it makes him a real threat to both run and throw the ball.” Young also counts on Herrington’s leadership with his teammates. “He does a good job of keeping the guys up,” Young said.
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We moved the football well just not as well as in the first half. Weve got to take care of the ball better. The Cardinals finished the scoring with a Thaddeus Flinn two-yard run with under five minutes left in the game. Pottsboro took the lead on the opening possession and needed just six plays to do it, the last a 51-yard touchdown pass from Pritchett, who completed 13-of-18 passes for 232 yards and ran 12 times for 101 yards, to Mitchusson. The sophomore took a screen pass on the right down the sideline using a burst to get past one final defender for a 7-0 advantage less than three minutes into the game. The teams traded a pair of possessions until Dyer, who had 197 yards on 28 carries, finished off a drive that went 90 yards after a first-down penalty, pulling Whitesboro even with a 25-yard toss to the left on fourth-and-short in the middle of the second quarter. The tie was short-lived thanks to Mitchussons kickoff return for a touchdown.
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