Waynesboro's Steve Isaacs doesn't sound like the coach of a one-win football team.
"We've got good numbers. We've got more skill people than we've had in a long time," he says. "It just seems like this is the year we've been building toward for four years."
According to Isaacs, opponents will see a different Little Giant team this fall. He says the team is returning to the single-wing on offense.
"We'll spread it out a little bit," Isaacs says. "But the whole thing is we've got to get these kids, who can run and catch, we've got to get the ball in their hands and let them make plays."
The Little Giants haven't won more than two games in a season since 2004, when they won three.
But Isaacs is confident that this year's team can change that.
"We can sneak up on some people. But we're going to be competitive, Friday in and Friday out," he says. "We may not go undefeated, but I think people are going to have to worry about us."
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