FOX 11 Sports prep Expert Doug Ritchay goes 1-on-1 with Menasha coach Jeramie Korth as the Bluejays play at Green Bay Southwest in a Level 1 playoff game.
DR: Here with Menasha coach Jeramie Korth, his team headed to Southwest tonight, Level 1 game of the week. Jeramie, playoff time, what’s the mentality now; does it change from the regular season?
JK: It’s win or go home, so that little sense of urgency and hopefully our kids feel that and they play like every down could be their last one or every game could be their last one as well.
DR: You started the season out at 2-2 and won your last five. Is your team just peaking at the right time?
JK: I think we still have some improvement to make and hopefully we can do that in the next couple weeks. The two games that we lost were against great teams. I think we played pretty good football, we just have to make sure we cut out the mistakes and take care of the football and our defense keeps playing the way they have been.
DR: Offensively, you’re scoring a lot of points, you have two players that might get 1,000 yards for you. How good has this offense played all year for you?
JK: Real well. We had one hiccup along the way. We just had some misfortune there, but they’ve been playing real well; they’ve answered the bell. Anytime that our defense has needed them to pick it up we’ve done that.
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