Can FLC scratch that 6-year itch?

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Can FLC scratch that 6-year itch?

Skyhawks will try and break a long, arduous streak of losing seasons
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Fort Lewis quarterback Tim Jenkins is 178 yards away from taking over third place on FLC’s all-time passing yards list, a number the fourth-year starter will seek to crack today against New Mexico Highlands in the Skyhawks’ home and season opener.
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Doyle Bode and Daryion Morgan went against each other in drills Thursday, but together they’ll both be cogs in the Fort Lewis College receiving corps Saturday against New Mexico Highlands.
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The Fort Lewis College offensive line is playing for a dramatic improvement after the Skyhawks rushed for a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference-worst 40.5 yards per game last year. Newcomers such as Robert Carlson (64) and Taylor Suta (61) will seek to help spur the turnaround.
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Third-year head coach Cesar Rivas-Sandoval is excited about how the Skyhawks are shaping up this season. “We’ve got a good group of guys, coaches are coaching fast, and I like it,” he said.

Can FLC scratch that 6-year itch?

Jerry McBride/Durango Herald



Fort Lewis quarterback Tim Jenkins is 178 yards away from taking over third place on FLC’s all-time passing yards list, a number the fourth-year starter will seek to crack today against New Mexico Highlands in the Skyhawks’ home and season opener.
Jerry McBride/Durango Herald



Doyle Bode and Daryion Morgan went against each other in drills Thursday, but together they’ll both be cogs in the Fort Lewis College receiving corps Saturday against New Mexico Highlands.
Jerry McBride/Durango Herald



The Fort Lewis College offensive line is playing for a dramatic improvement after the Skyhawks rushed for a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference-worst 40.5 yards per game last year. Newcomers such as Robert Carlson (64) and Taylor Suta (61) will seek to help spur the turnaround.
Jerry McBride/Durango Herald



Third-year head coach Cesar Rivas-Sandoval is excited about how the Skyhawks are shaping up this season. “We’ve got a good group of guys, coaches are coaching fast, and I like it,” he said.
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