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NACOGDOCHES, Texas- Four weeks into the season, Weber State has yet to win a game.
However, with the start of conference play on the horizon, it’s time for the Wildcats to evaluate where they are as a football team.
There were bright spots and dark moments in a 35-20 loss to Stephen F. Austin, and Weber had plenty of both.
Kehano continues to establish himself as a top receiver in the Big Sky, and added two more touchdowns to his mark against the Lumberjacks. His success helps add additional worries to defensive coordinators.
No team can consistently win with 107 penalty yards. The Wildcats can’t afford to give teams extra yards, especially on the road.
After giving up just one turnover in the first two games, the Wildcats have given up six turnovers in the last two games. Winning teams take care of the football, and Weber isn’t doing that right now