Easley exits bye week looking for more consistency

By Eugene Jolley
Courier Sports

EASLEY — As odd as it may be, the Easley High School football team’s open date was taken care of before August ended Friday night.

The open date in years past has rolled around after the non-region schedule was over for teams in September, but after playing in Week 0, the Green Wave had an off week in Week 2.

Heading into this week’s home game with Wren, both sides of the ball have questions to answer for Easley.

Offensively, the first question would be: What is the identity of the offense? In the first game against Pickens, Easley only attempted nine passes with a three-year starter in Weston Black. Black did go to the air a little more against Daniel in the second game, hooking up several times with senior Ethan Boyles.

The Green Wave (1-1) would like to be balanced with the pass and run, and with the

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