FOX 11 Prep Expert Doug Ritchay talks to Bay Port coach Gary Westerman about Friday's game of the week against Notre Dame.
DR: Here with Bay Port coach Gary Westerman. His team taking on Notre Dame in our game of the week. Gary, three weeks in and you've had double-digit wins. How would you describe the first three weeks for your team?
GW: "Up and down. We have improved as a football team in some areas. We were a little sluggish in the first half this past week, but we're developing momentum and that's kind of what we wanted to do, we just need to work on ourself and improve."
DR: Last week, Pulaski, you're down 14-6 at halftime, but second half totally different for your guys. What changed in the second half for you and do you think you can grow from that?
GW: "We turned the ball over in the first half, that hurt us. We gave up big plays on defense, that hurt us. We limited that in the second half and that was really the difference-maker."
DR: First three weeks you scored 40 points or more, I believe. What's that say about your offense, because I know you went through a quarterback change and all that stuff. How happy are you there?
GW: "Every year when the seniors leave you just wonder how you're going to piece it back together, but it happens. Our kids are really playing hard. Alec is developing as a quarterback, our offensive line is coming along and the kids have believed and continued to grind and work at it."
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