“They’ve been challenged this week in both the passing and the running game, and I feel confidence that they will,” he said.
Defensively, GMC will continue to work as one unit to shut down the Buffaloes, especially with the absence of Te’Angelo Ulett at defensive back.
“They’ve played very good football really since the season started,” Williams said. “I’m pleased at the level of confidence and intensity of belief that they have in each other out there.”
Looking to keep the streak alive, the Bulldogs hope to have a big turnout at Davenport Field to help support the players and their efforts.
“Come on out to davenport and watch the game,” Williams said. “We’d love to have a great fan support for the game.”
GMC kicks off against Arkansas Baptist at 1 p.m. Saturday.