Tigers Team to Beat for Brown

Tigers Team to Beat for Brown


Tigers Team to Beat for Brown


Josh Brown has been a frequent visitor to Death Valley, but he wasn’t able to make the trip last weekend to watch the Tigers move to 6-0 with a win over Boston College.

“I didn’t make it this weekend.  I didn’t have a ride up there,” said Brown.

Friday night South Aiken suffered a tough loss to Orangeburg Wilkerson, but Josh had one of his best games.

“I did real good.  For the first time ever I had caused a fumble and recovered it.  I also had eight tackles for loss,” said Brown.

This week Josh will get  to play against one of the top players in the state.

“We have a big one this week when we play Lexington and Shaq Roland.  They also have a good running back.   The main thing is for us to not just focus on Shaq.  Our main goal is to shut down the run first,” said Brown.

Coach Brooks has been keeping in touch with the top defensive tackle.

“I just went on Facebook today and talked with him.  He told me he wished me good luck this week,” said Brown.

Expect to see Josh back in Death Valley again next week.

“I will be back up for the North Carolina game,” said Brown.

Is Josh any closer to a decision?

“No, not yet.  The more my team struggles the more I try to focus on my team.  It is hard because everybody asked me every day about it,” said Brown.

The Tigers continue to be the team to beat for the South Aiken standout.

“Clemson is my leader.  After Clemson is Georgia Tech,” said Brown.



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