The mighty Knox City Greyhounds got back on the right side of the scoreboard by defeating the Woodson Cowboys 46-0. A marvelous victory. A redemptive victory.

It bears mentioning, however, that Woodson is sporting an 0-5 record and have been outscored 252-0. Seriously. That's absolutely remarkable. If there are any I-Team members who live in the Woodson vicinity, I implore you to get out there with a camera to catch one of their games. Here's their schedule.

So anyway, Chad got to the game a little late this week. They were up eight with about three minutes left in the first quarter "so I felt good when I got out of the car." It only got better, with the Greyhounds mercy ruling 'em by halftime. Ergo, Chad's worry about the team regrouping from what can only be termed a disappointing start to the season disappeared with the quickness.

"We did it all right!" he explained.

As for the guy who busted his nose last week — No. 7 Tyler Eaton (spelling not provided) — "he healed up real fast. Took it all in stride."

Next up for the 2-4 Greyhounds are the Vernon Northside Indians, who are 0-1 on the season courtesy of a 58-8 whoopin' at the hands of same Newcastle Bobcats that beat Knox City 60-30 back on Sept. 16.

Oh, that Romo video? Chad wasn't planning to do that until he heard the Artists Formerly Known As America's Team coughed up a big lead to the stinkin' Detroit Lions. "Three interceptions? Thanks, Tony," he says.