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"New Wildcat Order" ready to take Alabama by storm

(Source: WSFA 12 News) (Source: WSFA 12 News)
ENTERPRISE, AL (WSFA) -

The NWO (New World Order) was a force to be reckoned with in the wrestling ring in the 1990s. Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall, and Kevin Nash were infamous in their black and white running wild on World Championship Wrestling.

There is now a new NWO in town, the New Wildcat Order. The Enterprise Wildcats adopted that slogan heading into the new season and are ready to prove themselves on the field in 2017.

"We're just saying that we're now into our program where we're at the point where we should be a factor in the state, and now it's time for the Enterprise Wildcats to be dominant in the state of Alabama," said Head Coach David Faulkner.

An 11-2 season in 2016 wasn't good enough for the Wildcats, and now it's about getting better.

"Our deal is to be as good today as you can be," said Faulkner. "Dominate the 24 hours in front of us and just see what we can get out of it and how productive we can be each day."

The way to get better starts at the top. Faulkner is counting on his senior class to lead the way.

"It's their senior year and it's their turn and it's their obligation to lead the team, and whatever they want the team to look like, that's what they got to model each day," said Faulkner. "We try to tell them if they want your team to be the hardest working, most physical, fastest team in the state, then you have to come in as a senior and model that each day at practice."

One week into practice and Faulkner likes what he's seen, but he still sees room for improvement before the first game.

"We've had our share of mistakes and things we need to clean up from an execution standpoint, but I like our team," said Faulkner. "I like our effort. I like our leadership. Like every other team in the state of Alabama, we just have to come in and improve each day."

That first game will be one of the biggest in the Wiregrass in week one as the Wildcats will play host to the Dothan Tigers on Aug. 25.

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