Gators open district play at Freeport

Published: Tuesday, October 1, 2013 at 06:07 PM.

Brunson doesn't expect many changes in the Freeport offensive scheme, even without Moore at quarterback.

"Again, Jim Anderson does a great job and his fingerprint is all over this team," Brunson said. "They play tough; although they don't have the big national (caliber) athlete at quarterback, they will be battle-tested and ready for the Baker Gators.

"Don't put it past Jim Anderson to go to any lengths to try and set a trap for Baker."

Brunson expects to see a mix of run-and-pass from the Bulldogs. He said they have a little package that uses some power football and they also will mix things up and go into a shotgun formation and throw the ball around.

Freeport runs a defense similar to the five-man front the Gators use.

"The last couple of years, it's been kind of a chess match because we are so similar defensively," Brunson said.

Brunson looks forward to taking the Gators to Freeport and expects an exciting game.

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