ROYERSFORD, Pa. -

The Spring-Ford football team has to deal with changes on both sides of the ball in 2014. The offense will be play a different style, while the defense has to replace all 11 starters from a year ago.

The Rams (7-1, 10-3 in 2013) have been one of the top programs in the PAC-10 for the last four seasons. Some of that is due to its explosive offense, which won't have as many "home-run hitters" in it this season.

Spring-Ford's offense will be slower and a bit more methodical. But it is still capable of putting 30+ points on the board.

The defense, on the other hand, has to replace all 11 starters from last year. That is the team's biggest challenge in camp. But the Rams are excited about their young talent, which has stepped up so far.

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