On paper, this game looks to be as evenly matched as any this season.
The only district victory for either team came against last-place Clinton. Both teams have new coaches and are averaging 15.3 points per game on offense.
Defensively, the numbers are also nearly identical. Campbell County (1-5 district, 2-6 overall) gives up almost 37 points per game, as opposed to 38 for Knox Halls (1-5 district, 1-7 overall)
“ Halls is a much improved team,” Cougars’ head football coach Justin Price said.