"Somerset is good, but we made them look like USC. If you don't tackle well and don't cover vertical routes, then you will be giving up a lot of points. We have to fix these problems," Stonebraker said.
Stonebraker thinks his team can still compete with anyone in its district.
"We have got to improve our mental focus to play with good teams," he said. "We are still inexperienced, and last week was the first big-time game for many of our players. It will come with time, but it can't be too much time because we have got to win this week.
"It is just a matter of pulling everything together. It is a process, but we don't have two years. We only have two more months until the playoffs. We just have to take care of business in the rest of our district games and set ourselves up as best we can."
Taylor dependent on Chris Thomas for offense
Garrard gave up 462 yards at Somerset, including 301 through the air. However, Taylor depends on running back Chris Thomas to lead its offense. He has rushed for 577 yards and seven touchdowns and also has three touchdown catches.
"Chris Thomas is a heck of a running back. He got out in front of Somerset and no one caught him," Stonebraker said. "We have to swarm to the ball when he has it."
Taylor's top receiver is Taylor Cox, who has 14 catches for 195 yards and one score. Teammate Jarron Mudd has 18 catches for 234 yards and one touchdown. Quarterback Lance Turpin is 43-for-88 for 654 yards and four scores.
"Cox is also a dangerous return man," Stonebraker said. "They have the ability to both run and pass. The key for us comes down to tackling and matching up with routes. If we do that, then we can stop them."
Taylor County is giving up 27 points per game, and Stonebraker hopes Garrard can get its running attack going.
"We have got to be able to run the football better. We have got to be able to run some clock and wear down our opponents," Stonebraker said. "In order to do that against a good team, you must do things correct in terms of fundamentals. That is where we are struggling.
"Taylor will put at least eight (players) in the box (at the line), so we have got to get them blocked, take care of the ball and hit our seams full speed."
Jamarious Merritt leads Garrard's balanced rushing attack with 217 yards on 50 carries. Fred Hayes has 178 yards on 32 carries and Jansen Penman has gained 139 yards on 27 tries.
Quarterback Stephen DeBord is 25-for-41 passing for 435 yards and five touchdowns.