If imitation is, indeed, the sincerest form of flattery, North Central’s offense could see pressure coming from all across the field from the Timmonsville defense tonight when the nights make the trip to the Pee Dee for their second game of the season.A week ago, in a 14-12 loss to C.A. Johnson, NC was down to its third center of the night. That forced Louis Clyburn’s troops to scrap its usual shotgun scheme, but only after several snaps led to the Knights losing 85 yards.With the North Central offense out of sync, A.C. Johnson started sending their linebackers on blitzes while also throwing several stunt packages at the Knights. Should the center to quarterback exchange problems carry over into tonight’s contest, Clyburn said his offense can expect to see orange-clad defenders coming at them in waves.“If I was playing us,” Clyburn said of what he expects to see from the THS defense, “I would do the same thing C.A. Johnson did because it forced us into making mistakes.