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Season Preview: Bloomsburg

2013 Season Preview

 

OFFENSE

 

It's a new beginning for the Bloomsburg Panthers as they have a new head coach, Mike Kogut. The Panthers have an offense that has seen a lot of snaps the last couple of years with eight returning starters. All the skilled positions will be filled by returning players with the exception of John Klingerman who was an outstanding receiver for the Panthers. Klingerman is now on the roster at Bowling Green. Ricky Klingerman will be the starting QB again this year. Klingerman was outstanding throwing the ball last year. He will still have talented receivers as targets. Colby Klingerman and Zach Ashford return as wide outs. The panthers are very happy with the weapons they have on the offensive side of the ball. The question marks according to first year head coach Mike Kogut will be up front. Bloomsburg wants to be a little more multi-dimensional this year. They will try to run the ball a little more and that's where the front line becomes a big part of the plan. A balanced Panthers attack will make it even more difficult for the opponent to prepare.

 

DEFENSE

 

The defense is almost as experienced as the offense with seven returning starters. The secondary is back and the linebackers but the question is the same as offense. Who will play up front? Coach Kogut feels they have seven or eight players that can be rotated on the defensive line. The panthers wanted to get bigger and stronger on the line and in the off season worked toward that goal. Kogut says they're not where they want to be but have made great strides in that area. The success of the defense will be determined to a great degree by how well that line develops.

 

SPECIAL TEAMS

 

It will be interesting to see what happens with the special teams for the Panthers. Many of the skilled position players will play on both sides of the ball as well as special teams. Last year the Panthers struggled a little in with kick offs and punts. Coach Kogut says there are three soccer players that are competing for the place kicking job and he said they were all kicking inside the five yard line in the summer. The punting duties will probably go to junior Coty Cashner who had a good off season.

 

OVERALL

 

There's a new head coach this year for the Panthers but a familiar one to the area. Mike Kogut played high school football at Mount Carmel and college at Bloomsburg University. He coached at Tri Valley for five seasons and beat Southern Columbia in the state playoffs in 2009. Kogut replaces Larry Sones who was 84-43 in eleven seasons at Bloomsburg and in 2009 took the team to their only District Title in school history. Sones had the Panthers in post season play nine of his eleven years as head coach. The transition from the Sones era to the Kogut era seems to have been a very smooth one not only on the field but off. It was very comfortable for Kogut to walk in to the new position. He says the staff and administration have been great and the learning curve has been slight.

- See more at: http://whlm.com/pages/whlm-playbook-bloomsburg-high-school#sthash.Fknh1eaG.dpuf

2013 Season Preview

 

OFFENSE

 

It's a new beginning for the Bloomsburg Panthers as they have a new head coach, Mike Kogut. The Panthers have an offense that has seen a lot of snaps the last couple of years with eight returning starters. All the skilled positions will be filled by returning players with the exception of John Klingerman who was an outstanding receiver for the Panthers. Klingerman is now on the roster at Bowling Green. Ricky Klingerman will be the starting QB again this year. Klingerman was outstanding throwing the ball last year. He will still have talented receivers as targets. Colby Klingerman and Zach Ashford return as wide outs. The panthers are very happy with the weapons they have on the offensive side of the ball. The question marks according to first year head coach Mike Kogut will be up front. Bloomsburg wants to be a little more multi-dimensional this year. They will try to run the ball a little more and that's where the front line becomes a big part of the plan. A balanced Panthers attack will make it even more difficult for the opponent to prepare.

 

DEFENSE

 

The defense is almost as experienced as the offense with seven returning starters. The secondary is back and the linebackers but the question is the same as offense. Who will play up front? Coach Kogut feels they have seven or eight players that can be rotated on the defensive line. The panthers wanted to get bigger and stronger on the line and in the off season worked toward that goal. Kogut says they're not where they want to be but have made great strides in that area. The success of the defense will be determined to a great degree by how well that line develops.

 

SPECIAL TEAMS

 

It will be interesting to see what happens with the special teams for the Panthers. Many of the skilled position players will play on both sides of the ball as well as special teams. Last year the Panthers struggled a little in with kick offs and punts. Coach Kogut says there are three soccer players that are competing for the place kicking job and he said they were all kicking inside the five yard line in the summer. The punting duties will probably go to junior Coty Cashner who had a good off season.

 

OVERALL

 

There's a new head coach this year for the Panthers but a familiar one to the area. Mike Kogut played high school football at Mount Carmel and college at Bloomsburg University. He coached at Tri Valley for five seasons and beat Southern Columbia in the state playoffs in 2009. Kogut replaces Larry Sones who was 84-43 in eleven seasons at Bloomsburg and in 2009 took the team to their only District Title in school history. Sones had the Panthers in post season play nine of his eleven years as head coach. The transition from the Sones era to the Kogut era seems to have been a very smooth one not only on the field but off. It was very comfortable for Kogut to walk in to the new position. He says the staff and administration have been great and the learning curve has been slight.

- See more at: http://whlm.com/pages/whlm-playbook-bloomsburg-high-school#sthash.Fknh1eaG.dpuf

2013 Season Preview

 

OFFENSE

 

It's a new beginning for the Bloomsburg Panthers as they have a new head coach, Mike Kogut. The Panthers have an offense that has seen a lot of snaps the last couple of years with eight returning starters. All the skilled positions will be filled by returning players with the exception of John Klingerman who was an outstanding receiver for the Panthers. Klingerman is now on the roster at Bowling Green. Ricky Klingerman will be the starting QB again this year. Klingerman was outstanding throwing the ball last year. He will still have talented receivers as targets. Colby Klingerman and Zach Ashford return as wide outs. The panthers are very happy with the weapons they have on the offensive side of the ball. The question marks according to first year head coach Mike Kogut will be up front. Bloomsburg wants to be a little more multi-dimensional this year. They will try to run the ball a little more and that's where the front line becomes a big part of the plan. A balanced Panthers attack will make it even more difficult for the opponent to prepare.

 

DEFENSE

 

The defense is almost as experienced as the offense with seven returning starters. The secondary is back and the linebackers but the question is the same as offense. Who will play up front? Coach Kogut feels they have seven or eight players that can be rotated on the defensive line. The panthers wanted to get bigger and stronger on the line and in the off season worked toward that goal. Kogut says they're not where they want to be but have made great strides in that area. The success of the defense will be determined to a great degree by how well that line develops.

 

SPECIAL TEAMS

 

It will be interesting to see what happens with the special teams for the Panthers. Many of the skilled position players will play on both sides of the ball as well as special teams. Last year the Panthers struggled a little in with kick offs and punts. Coach Kogut says there are three soccer players that are competing for the place kicking job and he said they were all kicking inside the five yard line in the summer. The punting duties will probably go to junior Coty Cashner who had a good off season.

 

OVERALL

 

There's a new head coach this year for the Panthers but a familiar one to the area. Mike Kogut played high school football at Mount Carmel and college at Bloomsburg University. He coached at Tri Valley for five seasons and beat Southern Columbia in the state playoffs in 2009. Kogut replaces Larry Sones who was 84-43 in eleven seasons at Bloomsburg and in 2009 took the team to their only District Title in school history. Sones had the Panthers in post season play nine of his eleven years as head coach. The transition from the Sones era to the Kogut era seems to have been a very smooth one not only on the field but off. It was very comfortable for Kogut to walk in to the new position. He says the staff and administration have been great and the learning curve has been slight.

- See more at: http://whlm.com/pages/whlm-playbook-bloomsburg-high-school

2013 Season Preview

 

OFFENSE

 

It's a new beginning for the Bloomsburg Panthers as they have a new head coach, Mike Kogut. The Panthers have an offense that has seen a lot of snaps the last couple of years with eight returning starters. All the skilled positions will be filled by returning players with the exception of John Klingerman who was an outstanding receiver for the Panthers. Klingerman is now on the roster at Bowling Green. Ricky Klingerman will be the starting QB again this year. Klingerman was outstanding throwing the ball last year. He will still have talented receivers as targets. Colby Klingerman and Zach Ashford return as wide outs. The panthers are very happy with the weapons they have on the offensive side of the ball. The question marks according to first year head coach Mike Kogut will be up front. Bloomsburg wants to be a little more multi-dimensional this year. They will try to run the ball a little more and that's where the front line becomes a big part of the plan. A balanced Panthers attack will make it even more difficult for the opponent to prepare.

 

DEFENSE

 

The defense is almost as experienced as the offense with seven returning starters. The secondary is back and the linebackers but the question is the same as offense. Who will play up front? Coach Kogut feels they have seven or eight players that can be rotated on the defensive line. The panthers wanted to get bigger and stronger on the line and in the off season worked toward that goal. Kogut says they're not where they want to be but have made great strides in that area. The success of the defense will be determined to a great degree by how well that line develops.

 

SPECIAL TEAMS

 

It will be interesting to see what happens with the special teams for the Panthers. Many of the skilled position players will play on both sides of the ball as well as special teams. Last year the Panthers struggled a little in with kick offs and punts. Coach Kogut says there are three soccer players that are competing for the place kicking job and he said they were all kicking inside the five yard line in the summer. The punting duties will probably go to junior Coty Cashner who had a good off season.

 

OVERALL

 

There's a new head coach this year for the Panthers but a familiar one to the area. Mike Kogut played high school football at Mount Carmel and college at Bloomsburg University. He coached at Tri Valley for five seasons and beat Southern Columbia in the state playoffs in 2009. Kogut replaces Larry Sones who was 84-43 in eleven seasons at Bloomsburg and in 2009 took the team to their only District Title in school history. Sones had the Panthers in post season play nine of his eleven years as head coach. The transition from the Sones era to the Kogut era seems to have been a very smooth one not only on the field but off. It was very comfortable for Kogut to walk in to the new position. He says the staff and administration have been great and the learning curve has been slight.

 

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