Monmouth-Roseville Football (1-1) Looking to Bounce Back from Week Two Loss

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The Monmouth-Roseville Titans will try to bounce back from a disappointing loss to Spring Valley Hall last Friday with a home game against the Morrison Mustangs. The Titans have gotten another day to prepare this week as the normal Friday Night Lights has changed to a Saturday night game, due to the official’s shortage. Monmouth-Roseville put up 448 yards of offense against Hall but fell where it counted, 34-24 on the scoreboard. The Titans were their own enemy in the loss with numerous penalties and two turnovers. Monmouth-Roseville head coach Jeremy Adolphson says his team had their chances for sure last week.

Monmouth-Roseville Titan football coach Jeremy Adolphson

Tune into the Monmouth-Roseville/Morrison game on Saturday night on Sunny 97.7 WMOI, online at radiomonmouth.com or on our free 97.7 WMOI app for your smartphone or tablet.

For the entire interview with Adolphson, click HERE

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