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While Davey Tunon’s name will go down in the record books with the Clinton-Massie single-game rushing record (371 yards last week against Taft), the offensive line should get credit as well. In today’s edition, the News Journal takes a look at the five interior offensive linemen for the Falcons as they prepare for Saturday night’s regional semifinal playoff game against Indian Hill. The linemen are Ryan Weiss, 62, JP Cantrell, 57, Jake Garrison, 50, Wyatt Jefferson, 55, and Isaac Green, 52. They are shown in the huddle during last week’s game with quarterback Hunter Fentress, 16. For more on the Falcons, the offensive line and the playoff game against the Braves, see SPORTS.

While Davey Tunon’s name will go down in the record books with the Clinton-Massie single-game rushing record (371 yards last week against Taft), the offensive line should get credit as well. In today’s edition, the News Journal takes a look at the five interior offensive linemen for the Falcons as they prepare for Saturday night’s regional semifinal playoff game against Indian Hill. The linemen are Ryan Weiss, 62, JP Cantrell, 57, Jake Garrison, 50, Wyatt Jefferson, 55, and Isaac Green, 52. They are shown in the huddle during last week’s game with quarterback Hunter Fentress, 16. For more on the Falcons, the offensive line and the playoff game against the Braves, see SPORTS.


Mark Huber | News Journal

The Falcons’ blockers cleared the way as Davey Tunon ran into the record books last weekend.


Mark Huber | News Journal

While Davey Tunon’s name will go down in the record books with the Clinton-Massie single-game rushing record (371 yards last week against Taft), the offensive line should get credit as well. In today’s edition, the News Journal takes a look at the five interior offensive linemen for the Falcons as they prepare for Saturday night’s regional semifinal playoff game against Indian Hill. The linemen are Ryan Weiss, 62, JP Cantrell, 57, Jake Garrison, 50, Wyatt Jefferson, 55, and Isaac Green, 52. They are shown in the huddle during last week’s game with quarterback Hunter Fentress, 16. For more on the Falcons, the offensive line and the playoff game against the Braves, see SPORTS.

The Falcons’ blockers cleared the way as Davey Tunon ran into the record books last weekend.

While Davey Tunon’s name will go down in the record books with the Clinton-Massie single-game rushing record (371 yards last week against Taft), the offensive line should get credit as well. In today’s edition, the News Journal takes a look at the five interior offensive linemen for the Falcons as they prepare for Saturday night’s regional semifinal playoff game against Indian Hill. The linemen are Ryan Weiss, 62, JP Cantrell, 57, Jake Garrison, 50, Wyatt Jefferson, 55, and Isaac Green, 52. They are shown in the huddle during last week’s game with quarterback Hunter Fentress, 16. For more on the Falcons, the offensive line and the playoff game against the Braves, see SPORTS.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/11/web1_FB11_cm_offlinehuddle5.jpgWhile Davey Tunon’s name will go down in the record books with the Clinton-Massie single-game rushing record (371 yards last week against Taft), the offensive line should get credit as well. In today’s edition, the News Journal takes a look at the five interior offensive linemen for the Falcons as they prepare for Saturday night’s regional semifinal playoff game against Indian Hill. The linemen are Ryan Weiss, 62, JP Cantrell, 57, Jake Garrison, 50, Wyatt Jefferson, 55, and Isaac Green, 52. They are shown in the huddle during last week’s game with quarterback Hunter Fentress, 16. For more on the Falcons, the offensive line and the playoff game against the Braves, see SPORTS. Mark Huber | News Journal

The Falcons’ blockers cleared the way as Davey Tunon ran into the record books last weekend.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/11/web1_FB11_cm_tunon55.jpgThe Falcons’ blockers cleared the way as Davey Tunon ran into the record books last weekend. Mark Huber | News Journal

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