“We have been fortunate the last couple years with depth, age and experience, and I don’t think you do it intentionally, but you get into a defensive posture,” coach Adam Dorrel says of his Northwest Missouri State team heading into the 2015 season. “As a football program, we are trying to flip that mentality and work on getting back into the attack mode and being an unselfish football team.”
“We have been fortunate the last couple years with depth, age and experience, and I don’t think you do it intentionally, but you get into a defensive posture,” coach Adam Dorrel says of his Northwest Missouri State team heading into the 2015 season. “As a football program, we are trying to flip that mentality and work on getting back into the attack mode and being an unselfish football team.” File photo by Darren Whitley Northwest Missouri State University
“We have been fortunate the last couple years with depth, age and experience, and I don’t think you do it intentionally, but you get into a defensive posture,” coach Adam Dorrel says of his Northwest Missouri State team heading into the 2015 season. “As a football program, we are trying to flip that mentality and work on getting back into the attack mode and being an unselfish football team.” File photo by Darren Whitley Northwest Missouri State University

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