Bray-Doyle is entering its second year under head coach Tom Inman. The Donkeys lost a lot of seniors off of last year's team, so Inman and his coaching staff are spending a lot of time getting their young squad up to speed.
"There's no substitute for experience anywhere. We just at this point in time are kind of thin in some places. We're just going to have to all buckle down and pull together as a team," Inman said.
"We've got more freshman than anything out. So it's going to be a tough year for us as far as experience. But we're just going to try to overcome that."
2014 saw Bray-Doyle air it out more than usual. The Donkeys averaged over 21 points per game. But with a first time starter at quarterback, and an experienced offensive line, they'll likely lean more on the running game in 2015.
"We'll probably be the direct opposite. We'll probably throw more as the year progresses. But we've just, it takes a little while to get used to throwing the football," Inman said. "We had a quarterback last year that was kind of what we could do. So the reason we threw the ball last year is it gave us the best chance to move the ball."
"I think we're going to do a lot of running. Running would be a good option for us. In my personal opinion, I believe that our throwing isn't as good. So I feel that running is going to be the better option for us," added senior Dustin Huddleston.