Riverside anticipating more throws
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Riverside head football coach is confident that quarterback Drake Smith will have a good year. The area of concern is who the Panthers’ play-caller will hand off to. “We lost two really good running backs,” Robertson said. “We’ve got to look for some replacements. That’s probably our number one priority offensively.” The lost of Devin Cannon and Shemar Porter is allowing Smith to get more reps under center. “We’re expecting big things out of him,” Roberston said at Dyersburg on Wednesday. “You can expect for us to throw it more.” The Panthers host Perry County in Week 1.