Brantley Football Team Preparing for New Look in 2013

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Wesley Sinor |

BRANTLEY, Alabama -- Brantley capped arguably one of the most dominant seasons in Alabama high school football history with a 33-0 blowout over 2011 champ Marion County in the Class 1A state championship in December.

The Bulldogs -- today's installment on the summer-long Pigskin Preview -- tallied 10 total shutouts last season, outscoring their opponents by a combined 730-47, and were rarely challenged – their closest margin of victory in a 20-14 quarterfinal playoff victory over Linden. Brantley won every other game by at least 30 points.

This fall, the Bulldogs will have an entirely new look. Not only did the team lose 10 starters on offense and eight on defense to graduation, but head coach David Lowery retired after 14 seasons with a 156-27 mark.

Ashley Kilcrease, the team’s offensive coordinator for the past eight years, has taken the reigns at Brantley and said he fully understands the expectations that come with the job.

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