BURBANK — Opposing football teams have had trouble keeping up with the Burbank High offense this season.
The Bulldogs run a hurry-up offense and the players run up to the line of scrimmage to try to get plays off within five seconds. That formula has served Burbank well so far.
In a Pacific League game Thursday against Pasadena, the visiting Bulldogs got a taste of just how difficult it is to get set up to try and contain the high octane offensive attack. Burbank ran and passed the ball with equal efficiency and the end result was a 42-7 victory at Memorial Field.
"When we see teams trying to huddle up on defense, it just makes us laugh," Burbank junior running back James Williams said. "We know at the pace that we go on offense, it's just going to kill other teams and there's no way they're going to be able to catch up with us.