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The Victim - Newberry


Red Devil Football Head Coach Corey Fountain makes it clear he is not satified with his 3-0 team after a Sept. 2 win at Newberry, in Clinton's first road test. The Devils wind up NOT getting a day off.

Bryson James’ 85-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, with about 30 seconds before halftime, deflated the Newberry Bulldogs, and led Clinton to a 34-20, third game of the season win Friday at Mike Ware Field.

Despite playing two reserves at quarterback and pretty much emptying the bench in the 4th quarter, Red Devil Football Head Coach Corey Fountain was upset by the execution of his offense. The Red Devils were set for a Labor Day practice. Fountain said, “Guys that should have been stepping up, didn’t step up. We’ve been saying since January that we should be executing; we didn’t execute. We’ve got to get better at executing. We’re going to practice on Labor Day at 7:30 in the morning.”