The Shiner Comanches return home for the first time since their opening win over Industrial (34-0). The Comanches have dropped two straight, falling to Hallettsville (39-0) and Schulenburg (35-17) in recent weeks.
"We are starting to get to get pieces of the puzzle together," Comanches head coach Steven Cerny said.
Tyler Patek is questionable to start at quarterback in the game and Caleb Kalich is back from injury.
Randolph is 2-1 following a Zero Week loss to the Luling Eagles.
On offense, they are a run-oriented Wing-T system with running back Bryan London as the main threat. He has 399 yards on 62 carries and six touchdowns on the year.
"We have seen spread offenses in our first three games and we are grateful to see a team that is run-oriented like us," Cerny said. "Our district is run-oriented and this game will let our defense see where we are at on defending the run."
"I believe our defensive line is the strength. It will be a good test because they have some speed."
With the injury to Patek, Jacob Stafford played quarterback in the Schulenburg game and Chad Neubauer got a lot of carries.
Cerny said last year UCR dominated the Comanches' offensive line.
"I think this year we are more experienced and we have to move their defense off the line," he said. "We need to get an offensive rhythm in this game, get win and get some confidence."