By almost any measure, the Tyrone football team is in much better shape heading into Week 3 than it was a season ago.
This is a better team, one with much more pop at the line of scrimmage and one that can break free for exciting plays at almost any time. Those changes are the major reason the Eagles are 2-0 for the second time in three seasons, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t work to be done.
Despite the improvement Tyrone has made from last year to this, Coach John Franco still sees a messy product more times than he would like, and that’s the focus for the Eagles as they prepare to host Philipsburg-Osceola on Friday.
“There’s just so much that we’ve got to correct and get better at,” said Franco. “So that’s what we’ll be working on.”
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