It’s one thing to be undefeated at this point in the season. It's another to have played seven games and not allowed a single point. So how has Milwaukee King done it? It starts at practice.
“In practice, if we weren't able to execute, I don't think we would be able to do the things that we do in the game,” explained senior linebacker Alijhen Rosado. “But in practice, we have always had that intensity.”
The Generals are the king of the football field, outscoring their opponents by a combined 339-0.
“They made a pretty long drive in the game we just had and it was a little nervewracking,” Rosado described. “But you know we held our composure and we were able to stop them and it was just like okay, whew, we got out of that. We just have to do better.”
And they have to have fun. After all, it is fun to win. Like last week, when they beat Milwaukee Vincent by 42.
“Being a part of it, we can depend on them at anytime,” said senior quarterback Justic-e King. “And they're dependent on us to score points also, so the more they hold on, the more time we are getting to score and we have to score for them; because they're playing their hearts out just like we have to play our hearts out to give them a reward for stopping the offense...It's not easy to just stop an offense the whole game.”
And besides the goal of holding their opponents scoreless, the Generals have one more.
“History,” Rosado said simply. “That's all we're trying to do, make history.”