"It's really a shame," Beloit head coach Ed DeGeorge said.
said with Skelton, the Bucs were able to overcome some difficult circumstances.
"It was not a good day for an offense," DeGeorge
said."It was windy and there was no footing on the field inside the 30 yard lines.It had rained all night and the field was already beat up from a high school game earlier in the week."DeGeorge
used both his backup quarterbacks, John Sabaka and Adam James, in the second half and neither experienced much success.
"This is one of the hardest losses I can every remember," DeGeorge