It's been since 2006 since the last Rushford-Peterson
state football championship.
The 13-and-one Trojans take on 12-and-oh Minneapolis
North Community Saturday morning at ten a-m.
Noah Carlson has just been unstoppable on the ground.
2,356 rushing yards at an average of almost eight-yards
per carry and 36 touchdowns.
But Carlson says we need to give credit to his o-line.
It's hard to block for him because he reads off of
what you do.
So you go to block one way and he cuts it back a different
way and you try to get over there in front of him
but he's just quick so it can be hard to get a block
But if he gets a hole he will hit it and he'll go
He finds where to run.
He's a leader, the obvious leader of this team.
He just comes to work every day whether it's practice
And so do those guys up front.
They are doing a great job of giving him lanes to
run in and he does a great job of finishing plays.
Him having those great games every week means the
o-line is having a great game every week, the fullbacks
are having a great game every week.
Those 26-hundred yards are really a team effort.