High school football: Tuttle continues state title defense against Broken Bow
Tuttle coach Brad Ballard was impressed with Broken Bow shortly after watching film of the Savages.
"They're probably, athletically, the most gifted team that we have seen," Ballard said.
The Tigers (10-1) continue their state title defense at 7:30 p.m. Friday when they travel to face Broken Bow. The Savages (7-4) lost three consecutive games heading into the Class 4A playoffs before upsetting Bristow 28-3 in the first round.
Tuttle knocked off an aggressive Chickasha team, 17-7, as it battles to get back into the state title game. Ballard said his team will have to continue playing sound football to have success.
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"(Broken Bow) is a very, very talented team," Ballard said. "We're just going to have to play football and get after it for four quarters and limit our number of mistakes."