FORT WAYNE, Ind. (21Alive) - The Bishop Luers High School football team enters the 2014 season coming off a year they have never seen, and never want to see again.
The Knights went winless in the regular season, but managed to notch two wins in the sectional playoffs.
Head coach Kyle Lindsay has used the longer-than-normal offseason to develop a lot of young guys into the Luers football players expected to be seen on Friday nights.
For the Knights, it starts on the offensive line, a majority of whom are seniors and have seen the winning and losing side of Luers football.
That line will protect quarterback Noah Wezensky, who will continually look to big-time target Austin Mack, a junior who was offered a scholarship by Notre Dame this summer.
C.J. McCarter leads the way for a group of running backs that could help a balanced offensive attack.
The defense has a lot of experience coming back, notably Daemon Williams on defensive line.
In all, Bishop Luers has 30 players who have started a game. That experience should help the Knights play a lot better this season.
Luers plays Snider at Spuller Stadium on Friday night.
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