Guys I've got a big problem on a hybrid bermuda lawn.I can usually figure things out,but this one has me stumped.Until 4 weeks ago,the lawn looked great.Then I started seeing small footprints in the lawn and thought it was a small dog.Turns out,it's appears to be an armadillo.Bed areas have small holes dug all around them.(I put out traps yesterday) The lawn problem though,is severe.Grass is layed over in irregular patterns(I know,a pic would help alot)and has stopped producing any new growth.This isn't occuring on any other bermuda lawns I have.I've tried lowering the cut to mask the problem,but it hasn't helped.This is a fine texture hybrid bermuda and I'm wondering if the armadillo itself is causing this from just walking across the lawn every night,pushing the grass down in the direction it travels. Lawns on either side of this one are ok,but they are a coarser texture bermuda. I'm going to check for grubs today(I'm sure there are some,but the grass itself isn't brown or dying).I'm also going to check for bermuda mites,as it appears that some of the grass is "witchbrooming" in some areas.I also wonder if armyworms could cause this? Photo is of the lawn when it looked fine.