Tates Creek limped their way to the finish line in 2011 going 3-8. That had a lot of young guys getting their feet wet to the varsity level. This season the Commodores will see some new faces along the offensive line.
The passing game is essential for the Commodores because they have Mr. Everything Dennis Oxendine. The success of #32 depends on spreading out the defense.
It's almost a given Tates Creek will go as far Oxendine can take them. Head coach Mike Harmon says he could be the best running back in the state.