Haugen said that DuBose, who also has 46 receptions in his career, will again be the focus of the offense. With a new quarterback, the run game can relieve some pressure, and there are some playmakers returning at the receiver spots.
“We have to get him the ball,” Haugen said. “We have some nice pieces to complement him.”
While 1,000 yards is one of DuBose’s goals, he’d also like to win more games. The team is 9-21 over his three seasons, and a winning season would be a nice finish to a productive career.
“That’s what it’s all about,” DuBose said. “We all want to win a MIAC championship. But I’d also like to be part of building the foundation and helping the program take off. It would mean a lot to me to change the program and get the fans back into it.”