After becoming Farmersville high school head football coach in January, Randy Barnes is starting to shape how the Farmers will play next season.
Leading the Farmers through the early offseason drills, Barnes said he has worked hard on building a culture that is ready to play on Friday, both on and off the field.
“It’s been crazy,” Barnes said. “My big deal since I’ve got here is to find every kid that wants to play football, get them back off remote learning and get them here and working out towards next season. We’ve got some kids coming back to us and that’s very important.”
In addition to after-school workouts, Barnes said he’s been working hard at filling out his coaching staff for next season. Trying to implement as much of the offense as he can without his new offensive coordinator, Barnes expects to hit the ground running come the start of summer practices.
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By Jackson King • [email protected]