Over the past two decades, West Las Vegas football fans have grown accustomed to a pass-heavy attack that has produced varying degrees of success.
Expect that to change some this fall.
“I expect us to be more balanced on offense,” predicted Dons head coach Adrian Gonzales, in the middle of a week preparing for his squad’s season-opening trip to Clayton. (Kickoff is 7 p.m. Friday.)
“We’re going to have more of a run game than we’ve had in years past.”