BERRIEN COUNTY, Ga. — The Berrien Rebels are coming off their best season in nearly a decade, but this team is hungry for a lot more.
Although Berrien finished 5-5 last season, they're not satisfied. Head coach Tim Alligood is entering his second season in Nashville. They lost Tanner Adams at quarterback but return several other skill players.
Alligood is happy with their off-season work and he's hoping that leads them to an even better fall after putting in the building blocks last season.
"Last year was a stepping stone for us, but again, we have a long way to go, and we're not satisfied with the results we had last year," said Alligood.
"Last year, we didn't expect and we didn't do what we expected to do. This year, we have to bring more to get to the point that we want," said Jaden Wheeler, senior defensive end.