"Corbin sometimes struggles with good passing teams. That is why they may play Bell County close and then lose to a weaker South Laurel team and give up a lot of points to Middlesboro," Stonebraker said. "They love to cover people one on one. They sell their kids on it and sometimes it works well and sometimes it doesn't."
And Garrard has shown the ability to pass.
Filling in for the injured Stephen DeBord, Jared Prewitt has thrown for 130 yards and four touchdowns with two interceptions, and Jordan Phillips has thrown for 176 yards.
Getting lined up
Prewitt also leads the Lions in rushing with 259 yards and three scores, and is the leading receiver with 27 grabs for 412 yards, an average of 15 yards a catch, with three touchdowns.
Josh Owens has 222 yards rushing and has scored a touchdown.
While Corbin may struggle against passing teams defensively, that has been the Redhounds' strong suit this season.
Clint Cash has thrown for 1,589 yards and 10 touchdowns with 12 interceptions. Rob Madon has been his top target, hauling in 47 balls for 625 yards and four scores.
Josh Sanders had 129 yards and a touchdown against Casey County last week and has 755 yards on 127 rushes with nine touchdowns.
The main thing about defending Corbin is just getting lined up. They will give us more formations than any other team that we play," Stonebraker said. "We have to be aware of what they can do out of each set."
Stonebraker said Garrard had one of its best efforts of the season in losing 20-14 in triple overtime to Wayne County last week.
Now he's hoping that effort can carry over into this week, and give Corbin something to worry about again next week.
"I am proud of our kids for their effort last week. Hopefully, that is something that will continue," the Garrard coach said.
"Our younger kids have continued to improve throughout the season and are also getting more confident."