Madison Central football was one of the biggest surprises in Central Kentucky last season. But if you talk to folks around Richmond and Coach Mark Scenters, the Indians put in the works to make themselves a threat and it showed out on the field. In a year where the defense allowed just 15 points per game and forced 26 turnovers it was Zach Hardin and Kennan Miller who provided the high lights and points on the other side of the ball. Now Derrick Miller looks to step in as starting quarterback and Gavin Hulberg and Ethan Hahn both return after big seasons last year as well. The key will be finding replacements on the defensive side after KJ Long, Tristan Morehead, Darius Allen and Elijah Haskins all found their way to the next level.