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Elizabethtown coach Adam Billings can’t even begin to describe the difference between last year’s offense and this season. The Panthers struggled to move the ball consistently a year ago, shuffled through quarterbacks and dealt with injuries.
This year, the Panthers are pounding it on the ground behind sophomore sensation Berneil Cecil, who is only 34 yards shy of 1,000. Senior James Washington is a threat as well and sophomore quarterback Hunter Sullivan is improving with every game.
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