by Dave Delgado
Guam - The 2013 Miller Bowl is up for grabs tomorrow as the defending champions Cars Plus Rams look to defend their title against the undefeated Pepsi Warriors. Kickoff is set for 2:30 tomorrow at the U.O.G Field. We caught up with both camps to find out what needs to be done to be successful in the big game.
Carlo Nicolocchia, Rams linebacker, said, "Last time we played they ran the ball pretty well against us, so what we are going to do is work hard on stopping the run. Coming off a big win not expected out of us but the team is coming together at the right time and we couldn't ask for a better time for us to come together and play as one unit like we did last week and hope to do the same this week."
Cars Plus defensive coordinator Dan Elliot told KUAM Sports. "We are doing a lot of gut checking right now and trying to find out where we can put a lot of these people and where we can adjust to have a good game. The bottom line is we are going to come to play and we are going to play our hearts out and that is basically our game plan. Come there with heart and put people where we think they can best impact this game and let's try and get a win and hopefully we are successful at the end of the game."
For the Warriors it's the same game plan, stick to what they have been doing all year long and try not to get ahead of themselves.
Head coach Loring Cruz said, "The problem is Will Williams, he is one of the best young quarterbacks that I have seen in years and he is dangerous. He is a threat not only with his arm but with his legs and he has given us fits all of these last past couple of years and past season."
And linebacker Justin Andre said, "Once we realize what the advantages we have during the game then we will capitalize on those but we don't want to take any player for granted, any of their wide outs or any of their backs or even Will. We don't want to take any chances with them and kind of ease up with them. We want to give them pressure and keep going at different angles and giving them different schemes and not take any one player for granted."