The Shiner Comanches have another tough match up as they travel to Schulenburg for a 7:30 p.m. game tomorrow.
"Schulenburg is another top notch team on our schedule," Shiner head coach Steven Cerny said. "They have lots of speed and are sound on defense."
Schulenburg's offense is a spread attack and will also lineup the quarterback under center. Quarterback Ross Bludau (28-of-47, 473 yards, three touchdowns, three interceptions) has size, strength and a big arm.
"We expect them to pass a lot," Cerny said.
His main receiving target will be Jeff Lara ( 13-280, two touchdowns) and the Shorthorns' leading rusher is Dameien Houston with 113 yards on 13 carries.
"We have to prevent big plays and contain their speed," Cerny said. "We have to be able to tackle in the open field because if you make a wrong move, they are gone."
Schulenburg runs the 5-2 on defense with a sizeable line, strong and quick linebackers with a good secondary.
Gerardo Montoya is the team's leading tackler this year with 15 total tackles.
"We have to improve our timing and our reads on the veer attack," Cerny said.