If you are a fan of option football the Oak Bowl at Peru State is the place to be on Saturday when the Bobcats host 16th ranked William Penn. The game will match triple option attacks that lead the Heart of America Conference in rushing. William Penn leads the way with 352 yards of rushing per game and Peru State is second at 271 yards.
“We might set a record for the shortest NAIA game in history”, said Peru State coach Steve Schneider. “Each team runs the ball very well and neither one of us have an impressive passing game so the clock should keep moving.”
Both teams are 4-2.
Peru State will also be celebrating the 25th anniversary of the 1990 team that won the NAIA national championship.