Morningside will bid for its first 4-0 start since 1957 when the Mustangs entertain Nebraska Wesleyan for their annual homecoming game. Mustang coach Steve Ryan says they’ve set a goal to win all their home games and that’s where their focus is as the head into the second home game. Morningside has posted some eye-popping numbers so far this season by averaging just under 50-points and 556 yards of offense per game. Ryan says those numbers have overshadowed a defense that is also off to a great start. Ryan says the defense has given the offense great field position and he says that’s been critical in the course of game. He says they’ve outscored their opponents by a huge margin and the play of the defense has inspired the offense. Morningside is ranked fourth in the latest NAIA poll.
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