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Changes in place for Beef


By Nick Rubek
World-Herald Staff Writer

Scouting the Beef: Omaha (3-5) fell behind 28-3 and never recovered in a 49-37 loss at home to
unbeaten Sioux Falls last week. The Storm racked up 322 yards of total offense behind quarterback
Chris Dixon's six touchdowns (5 passing, 1 rushing). The 49 points were the fewest Sioux Falls has
scored this season.

Omaha went to quarterback Martevius Young late in the first half, and the backup signal-caller
responded. In his first significant action since an injury early in the season, Young threw for a
touchdown, ran for another and accounted for 173 total yards. Tory Harrison (Leesburg High School,
Leesburg Florida) tallied only 24 total yards combined on seven carries and five receptions, but he
found the end zone three times on the ground as the Beef rushed for 134 yards.

Omaha enters the weekend one game out of the final playoff spot in the United Conference.

Scouting the Wild: After losing its first four games of the season, Wichita (3-5) has come away with
victories in three of its last four. Last week's game was the Wild's biggest win of the season, a 55-54
triumph against an Allen team that was second in the Intense Conference entering play Friday. Running
back Tywon Hubbard was named the league's special teams player of the week. Hubbard scored on a
53-yard return for Wichita's first points, part of a four-touchdown night. He leads the IFL in all-purpose
yards (945). Marcus Jackson completed nine passes in replacing starter Phil Staback, who threw a pair
of costly first-half interceptions. The win put Wichita in a tie with Nebraska for the fourth and final playoff
spot in the Intense Conference.



















Plenty of changes: Omaha will go with a new offensive line and a pair of coordinators as co-head
coaches. It plans on playing Young plenty at quarterback. Not your average week. The team announced
Thursday it reached an agreement with first-year coach Bruce Cowdrey to part ways. Director of Football
Operations Todd Walkenhorst called it a “budgetary decision.” On Friday, Walkenhorst said assistants
Andy Yost and James Kerwin, Omaha's previous two head coaches, would co-coach Saturday. When
asked what the plan going forward was, Walkenhorst responded: “That's an interesting question and
kind of complicated.” Walkenhorst said the team signed three offensive linemen this week, as well, all
with indoor experience.

Scouting the Beef: Omaha (3-5) fell behind 28-3 and never recovered in a 49-37 loss at home to
unbeaten Sioux Falls last week. The Storm racked up 322 yards of total offense behind quarterback
Chris Dixon's six touchdowns (5 passing, 1 rushing). The 49 points were the fewest Sioux Falls has
scored this season. Omaha went to quarterback Martevius Young late in the first half, and the backup
signal-caller responded. In his first significant action since an injury early in the season, Young threw for
a touchdown, ran for another and accounted for 173 total yards. Tory Harrison tallied only 24 total yards
combined on seven carries and five receptions, but he found the end zone three times on the ground as
the Beef rushed for 134 yards.

Omaha enters the weekend one game out of the final playoff spot in the United Conference.

Scouting the Wild: After losing its first four games of the season, Wichita (3-5) has come away with
victories in three of its last four. Last week's game was the Wild's biggest win of the season, a 55-54
triumph against an Allen team that was second in the Intense Conference entering play Friday. Running
back Tywon Hubbard was named the league's special teams player of the week. Hubbard scored on a
53-yard return for Wichita's first points, part of a four-touchdown night. He leads the IFL in all-purpose
yards (945). Marcus Jackson completed nine passes in replacing starter Phil Staback, who threw a pair
of costly first-half interceptions. The win put Wichita in a tie with Nebraska for the fourth and final playoff
spot in the Intense Conference.

Plenty of changes: Omaha will go with a new offensive line and a pair of coordinators as co-head
coaches. It plans on playing Young plenty at quarterback. Not your average week. The team announced
Thursday it reached an agreement with first-year coach Bruce Cowdrey to part ways. Director of Football
Operations Todd Walkenhorst called it a “budgetary decision.” On Friday, Walkenhorst said assistants
Andy Yost and James Kerwin, Omaha's previous two head coaches, would co-coach Saturday. When
asked what the plan going forward was, Walkenhorst responded: “That's an interesting question and
kind of complicated.” Walkenhorst said the team signed three offensive linemen this week, as well, all
with indoor experience.
Tory Harrison Omaha Beef, Leesburg High School, 1401 Yellow Jacket Way, Leesburg, Florida 34748, Gerald Lacey, Staff Writer, Carver Heights Quarterback Club
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