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The Raiders will face the 6-2 Ogden Bulldogs this Friday in the first round of playoffs.
Ogden is coming off a 39-20 win over IKM-Manning (1-7).
The Bulldogs two losses come against Madrid and Lynnville-Sully.
Ogden likes to spread the ball around, but mostly through the air, throwing for 1,693 total yards for 22 touchdowns and nine interceptions.
The main signal caller for the Bulldogs is junior Colby Rohe.
Rohe has completed 89-of-158 passes for 1,277 yards, 17 touchdowns and eight interceptions.
Eleven different receivers have caught passes this season, with senior Jack Christensen being the favorite with 41 receptions on the year for 614 yards and 10 touchdowns.
On the ground, The bulldogs have rushed for 1,013 yards on 212 carries and 19 touchdowns.
Junior Quintin Hoskins leads the team in carries with 116 for 807 yards and nine touchdowns.
Defensively, the Bulldogs lead tackler is junior Nathan Comer with 46 total tackles, seven of which are for a loss.
Junior Keaotn Westberg and freshman Cayden Dudley lead the team in sacks with four each.
The Bulldogs have recovered 13 fumbles and scored on one recovery and the defense has stolen seven passes for two touchdowns this season.
Five different players have recorded interceptions.
On special teams, Ogden has returned one kick-off for a touchdown and one punt return for a score.
They are 19-for-28 on PAT’s and have not attempted any field goals this season.