By: Marcus Officer
After spending the last two weeks on the road, the Angelo State Rams are back at home to celebrate homecoming.
On Saturday ASU will face off against the Eastern New Mexico Greyhounds.
You can expect to see plenty of running this week as the Rams and Greyhounds both play with ground-and pound-style offenses.
ASU will be forced to defend against the rarely seen triple option attack while Eastern New Mexico will have to defend against ASU's pistol style offense that relies on their stable of running backs and Quarterback Kyle Washington.
ASU head coach Will Wagner said the key to this week's game is for the defense to play sound, discipline football against the option.
Luckily for the Rams, defensive coordinator Mike Walton spent three years as a coach at Eastern New Mexico and has been preparing his team all week to defend it.