“We can be a dangerous team.”
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Tates Creek went 10-4 back in 2001.
The Commodores are sitting at 9-2 right now staring down their tenth win for the first time in 16 years hosting 9-2 Frederick Douglass in the second round of the playoffs.
It’s a rematch from week two when TC fell 49-22 to to the Broncos.
But the Dores seem like a different team than the one that visited the Farm.
Over at Douglass, head man Brian Landis says his guys are rallying behind injured QB Montaveon Bean who was sidelined in the win last week over Lafayette.
The Broncos just keep taking licks and adversity with a smile on their way to success.
Hear from Creek head man Antoine Sims and Landis in the video.