By now, opposing teams have caught onto the fact that Bismarck tailback Jaxon Ford with his 1,263 rushing yards and 22 touchdowns is dynamite.
Bismarck Demons coach Mark Gibson goes into football games with an ace in the hole most of his contemporaries don’t enjoy.
The Jamestown Blue Jays’ hopes of beating Bismarck blew up on the launch pad Friday night. And Jaxon Ford lit the fuse.
CLASS AAA FOOTBALL
To opposing defenses, Bismarck’s offensive line must look like a Mack truck coming across the line of scrimmage.
Coaches love to talk about finding balance in the offense. For Bismarck High, that’s usually a few dozen runs with a couple of passes thrown in.
Bismarck Demons football coach Mark Gibson will probably be talking up his 2012 defensive unit at his 60th BHS class reunion.
There’s never been any doubt that the Bismarck Demons take a run-first approach to offense.
It isn’t enough that Bismarck tailback Layne Johs is a 1,000-yard terror.
In the annals of Bismarck Demons football, which date back to 1911, you could probably count the games like this one on one hand.
For most of their 52-7 victory over Fargo Davies on Friday, the Bismarck Demons looked like a team bound for its sixth straight state AAA title game.
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