"We've got the majority of our offensive line back, especially those two big tackles in Locklear and Stacy, so I think we're pretty decent up front," Dingess said. "It's kind of the focal point of what we're doing and we're really not going to change a whole lot as far as smash-mouth football. We're just not going to have Wellman and George back there. We think we might run more of a committee of backs."
As the touted line blocks up front, tailbacks Colby Webb and Tyler Robertson will lead the running committee.
"I don't know if we'll have a one-two punch or not or tailback, fullback or just rotate tailbacks and use a fullback to lead it up there," Dingess said, "but Webb and Robertson will probably get most of the carries."
While Spring Valley will look to run first, second-year starting quarterback Tyler Brown poses a passing threat in the pocket, too.
"He's got a big grasp on what we're trying to do," Dingess said of Brown. "He put on about 15 pounds and grew two inches, too. He's worked hard in the offseason. He might be our best running back, but he's also a pretty darn good quarterback. He can throw the ball all over the place."
Dingess added there's no disguise to the Spring Valley offensive game plan.
"We want to try to make it as physical as possible," he said. "We're one of those smash-mouth-type football teams. The more physical it gets and pads are popping, the more our kids get into the ballgame."
With an improved defense, Stoffel said he's ready for the challenge of the Timberwolves offensive attack.
"We think we're better than last year on the defensive side of the ball," he said. "We worked and repped to prepare for them. They are a big and physical football team. They make no bones about it. They're going to run the ball down your throat and get after you. They don't throw it very much. They don't have to. We're just trying to get our kids prepared for that. We want to teach our kids to be physical as well."
No matter which offensive game plan works early, Stoffel said the key is late-game execution.
"Our goal is to still be in the football game in the fourth quarter and give ourselves a chance to win," he said.