The Jaguars lead the series 3-0, having won 46-0 last year, 44-27 in 2010 and 28-22 in 2009.

Teays Valley features a triple-option offense installed by first-year coach Steve Evans, who is in his second stint with the program. The run-oriented offense gained 377 yards in the opener and could pose a challenge for a Bradley defense that allowed 213 yards rushing in its opener against Marysville.

The Jaguars lead the series 3-0, having won 46-0 last year, 44-27 in 2010 and 28-22 in 2009.

*Last week: Teays Valley opened with a win over Westfall for the third consecutive year. Schiff paced the Vikings with 93 yards rushing and had an interception as a defensive back. Mullen added 82 yards rushing.

On third-and-goal from the 1-yard line in the final minute, Wall sacked Marysville quarterback Kyle Hites for a 9-yard loss. Then on fourth down, Hites was flushed from the pocket and gang-tackled at the 2 with six seconds remaining to secure the win.

Bradley managed just 87 yards rushing against the Monarchs, with Martin gaining 40 yards on four carries. Horn was 6-for-12 passing for 112 yards.