With seven wins behind them and four games ahead, words like 'focus,' and 'execution,' float around the practice field at Georgia Military college like stirred up grass and dust.
"We just basically stay focused on the games," said defensive end Davonte Lambert.
Lambert is a force on the turf in 2013. The Tennessee commit leads GMC with four sacks on the season.
"We've paid attention to detail, so it's doing nothing but paying off," said tailback Jovon Robinson.
Robinson is tearing up the field as well. He leads the NJCAA in rushing, with over 1,200 yards.
Robinson, Lambert and the rest of the team, have stayed healthy thus far. Head coach, Bert Williams, says that has allowed his Bulldogs to gain experience from week to week.
"I feel like we've gotten a little bit better as we've gone through each week of the season," said Lambert.
GMC's taken care of business so far, but this week's test may be its toughest yet. Nassau is fifth in the country, and just like GMC, is in the top ten in rushing yards per game, and rushing yards allowed per game.
"We go into each game with that mindset. We're going to be successful on the ground, and Nassau does the same thing," said Lambert.
The Bulldogs will try to do what they do best: run the football and swarm the offense.
"We're going to play our hardest this Saturday," said Lambert.
"Put the pieces together, so we can ultimately play for the championship," said Robinson.
They hope the game plan will get them four more regular season wins, and one very special win, in the postseason.
GMC and Nassau kick off at noon this Saturday in Milledgeville, Ga.
The Bulldogs will continue their fight for an undefeated season, and first national title, since 2001.
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