LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - When Ryan Timmons committed to UK it was Mark Stoops gain but Chris Tracy's loss.
The Franklin County football team will be adjusting to life after Timmons in 2013. Coach Tracy says it will be an adjustment for everyone, including the coaching staff.
In addition to Timmons, the Flyers graduated a talented quarterback Logan Woodside, but the cupboard isn't bare.
"I think that one person can't make a team," said Zane Stone. "It's a whole team. It's a team effort."
"Ryan Timmons and Logan Woodside left a big legacy and it's hard to fill that void," said Chris Roberts. "But I feel this year's team has a chance to go further than last year's team does."
Last season the Flyers went 12-1 and played for a regional championship.
"Every year they've raised the bar," said Tracy. "The bar is pretty high, but they all want to go to the next step. They want to go to the semifinals. They want to play for a state championship.