MACON-- The Windsor Knights find themselves in a bit of a rebuilding year. The Knights finished 2012 with a 1-10 record, looking to improve come kickoff time.
First year head coach Jimmy Watts is working hard with his young team this summer. Five seniors will help lay the foundation to turn things around for the Knights. Watts says the strengths of his football team are in the skill position players that line up in the offensive and defensive backfield, but more importantly the overall team attitude.
"I'm pretty excited," says senior Ethan Duffy. "I think it will be better year this year. We've had some rough years in the past but I think this year will be pretty good."
Watts further explains his plans for 2013.
"I want to instill a sense of pride in this team and really build a tradition. We're starting from the ground up and teach basic fundamental football. And if we learn how to do the small things right, it will eventually put in a place where we can win."
Windsor opens the season with Valwood at home, August 23rd.