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Going into the season, the strength of the John Hardin Bulldogs was supposed to be their defensive front with the return of four senior starters. Tackles Matt Elam, one of the nation’s top prospects, and Koufax Stephens and ends Marcus Goree and Austin Laing made up a fearsome foursome.
But cracks in the defense began to surface after Louisville DeSales rushed for 204 yards to hand the Bulldogs their first regular-season loss since 2008, a span of 43 consecutive wins. The Bulldogs are giving up 144 rushing yards a game.
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