RICHARDSON — Just three weeks ago, Randy Allen was concerned about Highland Park’s running game.
On Friday, Stephen Dieb and the HP offense showed that the Scots head coach has nothing to worry about during a 76-35 thrashing of Richardson Pearce at Eagle-Mustang Stadium.
As a team, the Scots rushed for 427 yards and nine touchdowns — let that sink in for a minute — and Dieb accounted for 264 of those yards on just 13 carries.
“We ran the ball better than we have all year. Dieb had a great game, and our offensive line came off the ball well,” Allen said. “It comes at a good time.”