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OBA 2021 Football Preview – Presented by Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home

Last 7 Years:
2020 – 7-5

2019 – 6-5

2018 – 6-4

2017 – 2-8

2016 – 3-7

2015 – 1-8

2014 – 5-5

The Trojans of Oklahoma Bible Academy come into the 2021 season looking to continue their streak of playoff appearances and will rely on some young talent to do so. The Trojan offense brings back six starters from last season and trust their younger players can step up and produce at a high level. Bodie Boydstun (6-4, 200, Jr.) will return at quarterback for the Trojans. In the 2020 season, he threw for over 1,600 yards and added 17 touchdowns. Boydstun will return two of his receivers from last season, Jud Cheatham (5-6, 155, So.) and Harry Nunez (6-0, 170, Jr.). The two combined for 22 catches and over 200 yards a season ago and are expected to be much bigger targets in the upcoming season. The offensive line will bring back some experience in Cole Davis (6-0, 230, Sr.) and Jakob Colby (6-3, 210, Jr.). Davis comes back after receiving district offensive lineman of the year as a junior. 

The Trojans have seven starters returning from their defense, including some important pieces that play on offense as well. Davis and Colby both line up on the offensive line but line up at linebacker on defense. Davis is definitely a player to keep an eye on, after recording 85 tackles and 13 tackles for a loss as a junior. Colby wasn’t far behind, recording 67 tackles and 13 tackles for a loss. Cheatham will bring more experience to the linebacker position and recorded 56 tackles and seven tackles for a loss as a freshman. Big things are expected from Cheatham after a very promising start at Oklahoma Bible Academy. David Dupire (5-10, 200, Sr.) will line up at defensive end, and was a key player in 2020, having 65 tackles and 10 tackles for a loss. He will use his experience to help lead this defense. 

9-3 – at Casady

9-10 – at Blackwell

9-17 – vs. Newkirk

9-24 – at Crescent

10-1 – at Watonga

10-8 – vs. OCA

10-14 – vs. Hinton

10-22 – at Cashion

10-29 – at North Rock Creek

11-5 – vs. Tonkawa

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