Two of the men leading Loris through what has already been one of the better seasons in school history both pointed to other teams.
First, it was head coach Jamie Snider, who referenced a 2011 match-up against Timberland in the playoffs. The Wolves were loaded with talent, but at least seven players, Snider remembered, were going both ways.
“They were borderline iron-man football,” Snider said. “They had seven guys playing both ways. … Other teams have had success [playing both ways].”
He brought that up because this season, Loris (8-0) has been winning games with six players doing the same thing.