But Colonels coach Rick Casko, whose team has endured its own losing streak, isn't worried about the Bulldogs' mentality after an 0-5 start.
"We're dealing with our own program," said Casko of Cass, which has dropped three straight to fall to 2-4. "They (Colonels' players) want to win, they're trying."
"We need to make plays on offense and eliminate giving up big plays on defense," he continued. "We just need to do what we do and do it to the best of our ability."
Last week, in losing to previously winless Northwest Whitfield 29-15, Cass had penalties negate a field goal and touchdown and blew a couple of defensive coverages.
"We have to make (plays) early in games to keep our kids in position to win the game," said Casko of his undersized and banged-up team. "We missed some open touchdown passes last week. ... Those things are important for us."
The Colonels led 7-0 early last week against the Bruins before Northwest scored 29 unanswered points, which highlights some of Cass' struggles.
Often giving up between 60-70 pounds along the offensive and defensive lines, the Colonels -- who also lack depth -- have gotten worn down as games have gone on, especially the last two games, including a 35-7 loss at South Forsyth Sept. 24.
"We're just getting in a situation where we're not a big football team," Casko said. "We don't have a lot of depth. ... Again (Friday) night, we're playing a bigger football team."
Forsyth Central will look to become the third Region 7-AAAA team (Woodland, Northwest) to pick up its first win in the last three weeks.
The Bulldogs are coming off a 35-7 loss to Lambert where they were held to negative yards rushing.
Quarterback Spencer Transue did complete 11 of 15 passes for 115 yards, but Forsyth Central prefers to run, evidenced by junior running back Alex Taylor's 204 yards and four TDs in a one-point loss to the Wildcats Sept. 24.
The Bulldogs missed a potential game-winning field goal at the end of regulation before losing to Woodland, 36-35, on a two-point conversion in overtime.
Cass hasn't played a game that close since a 31-28 loss at Sequoyah Sept. 17, but the Colonels possess big-play potential on offense.
"We have to make plays, we can't get away with missing something here, missing something there," Casko said. "We have to play at a high level for four quarters.
"With our type of offense, we can have big-play potential."
Wide receiver Jordan Wright demonstrated that last week, pulling in six passes for 172 yards, including a 53-yarder.
Unfortunately for the Colonels, though, what it needs most won't come till later in the season with a bye week later this month.
"We've gotta be healthy," Casko said. "We need to be full strength."
"After the second week, I don't think we've gone a game with all of our players," he added. "I think we can be a very competitive team one-deep."
Regardless, the Colonels continue to battle through injuries.
"Our kids go out and play their hearts out. I'm so proud of our kids," Casko said.
Cass and Forsyth Central kick off at 7:30 p.m.