After winning over a ranked Centerville squad last week, the Knoxville Panthers look to keep their momentum going against another unbeaten team, Chariton. The Chargers are off to their best start in several seasons at 3-0. The Panthers ground game exploded last week for 326 yards led by Kieren Nicholls and Carter Bailey. Coach Eric Kellar tells KNIA/KRLS he wants to get up early and make Chariton abandon its run game. The Chargers are averaging 185 yards on the ground in the first three games of the season, Knoxville has churned up 224 yards on the ground, so this could come down to which team can get their ground game established. You can hear the call on KNIA and kniakrls.com starting with the pregame at seven.