FREE! Ottumwa running back Isaiah Cox may have been a
sophomore but he quickly proved that he could be a dominant force on the
offensive side of the football. When looking back, this junior came away
pleased at times with what the Bulldogs were able to accomplish.
"It was pretty good. We had our ups and downs but it was good. We made more
improvements than we did before the year."
Cox feels the bar can be set even higher this time around.
"We'll be good. We have to put in the work. We can't take any practices off
and have to get to work. We have to be ready to play hard."
There are some keys that will help Cox and company to a great year.
"We have to be tough on both sides of the ball. We can't be scared and we
have to be ready to play. We have to play physical."
Cox has had two colleges touch base with him early on.
"Iowa sent me a letter and Nebraska sent me a thing for a camp. That is about
all of it."
A dream school for Cox has more been based around the weather than anything.
"I always wanted to go play somewhere that is always hot. I wanted to play at
Florida or somewhere around there."