DL’s aerial attack still in arsenal
After racking up 574 rushing yards in their first two games, the Detroit Lakes football team has not had the opportunity to go aerial as of yet.
With senior quarterback Michael Herzog blowing through some big holes Friday against Crookston, which eventually led to his four touchdowns and a 33-0 lead after the first quarter, the need — or want — of throwing the football did not exist.
And that’s not a bad thing.
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