|Jays to face top-seeded, unbeaten Panthers in regional finals|
|Written by Jim Metcalfe|
|Wednesday, November 14, 2012 12:31 PM|
“It’s a typical spread offense with their formations — though they use some unbalanced line and other formations that you generally don’t see with spread teams — and it revolves around Jerry Brown. He is a multi-purpose player that they play at quarterback, running back and wide receiver,” Schulte noted. “He is 5-11 and 190 pounds and is just a gifted runner; he is shifty but also runs with good power. He’s just an athlete. The thing is, they run the ball a lot — they ran for about 400 yards last week; that’s a little bit different than what you’re used to seeing. The other main weapon they have is the quarterback when Brown is elsewhere, Cody Wilson, who is very efficient both running and throwing. They have good size up front.
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