Wednesday, October 2, 2019
TIGER — While the majority of high school offenses use the popular spread scheme, Banks County is one program using the wing-T offense, relying on multiple formations and a four-back rushing attack that depends heavily on play-action passing and misdirection. Rabun County’s defense will take on the Leopards’ misdirection offense for homecoming at Frank Snyder Memorial Stadium at 7:30 p.m. Friday. “I would like to invite all our past Rabun County football players and students to come cheer on the Wildcats. It should be a great environment Friday night,” Rabun coach Jaybo Shaw said.