Coach Mark Lusic and his Amherst Falcons know that facing defending D5 state champion Colby in their first trip to level 4 won't be an easy task.
The Falcons are well aware what kind of game plan Colby will have on the table come Friday night.
And who they'll have to stop if they hope to punch their ticket to Camp Randall for the first time in school history.
Colby isn't new to the high pressure of level 4, having been to Camp Randall the last two seasons, 3 of the last 4 and winning it all in 2008 and 2011.
But the Hornets know how dangerous Amherst's offense is. One with many weapons they will have to account for if they wish to make another trip to Madison.
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