Run vs. pass: Ross-Harrison is a battle of offensive wills in SWOC opener

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Ross High School's Jackson Gifford (21) runs through the middle of the Western Brown defense Sept. 13, 2019, during a football game at Western Brown in Mount Orab. The visiting Rams won 34-7. KAREN REDEMEIER/CONTRIBUTOR

ROSS TOWNSHIP — Ross High School football coach Kenyon Commins stopped short of calling legendary Ohio State coach Woody Hayes a genius, but he was quick to acknowledge that his offensive philosophy surely was. 

“Our game plan is simple,” said Commins, evoking Hayes’ 3-yards-and-a-cloud-of-dust mantra. “We want to get 3 yards




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