Childers embracing competition as offensive system develops
DeKALB – Even after several turnovers during NIU’s Monday indoor practice, the offense won the day.
The win came by way of a points system the coaching staff uses to produce daily competition between the offense and defense.
“With the new points system they put in place, it’s really fun just because we have a different level of competition that we got going on,” quarterback Marcus Childers said. “We do have competition between each other and everybody. But to have competition from the defense and be able to to try to beat them every day, it’s awesome. Plus they beat us like the last five days I think, so a win is awesome.”