Morris to keep an eye on Bulldogs' QB Mister
After a year in which he led Oak Lawn Richards to a 6-5 record as a sophomore quarterback, Tommy Mister is back to guide the Bulldogs.
While the Morris defense did a good job of bottling him up in a 28-16 win last year, the Redskins know that keeping him in check again this year is going to be big.
"They run a lot of the same plays. The biggest difference is that they were under center a lot and this year they are in a lot more shotgun. Their quarterback, Tommy Mister, has gotten noticed. I know Notre Dame has looked at him. He's a really good athlete," Morris coach Alan Thorson said. "Probably the biggest thing is that last year they were young with a bunch of sophomores playing on the varsity and now they have another year of experience under their belts."
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