Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) --- One of the most interesting questions this preseason camp for the St. Scholastica football team is how well new head coach Kurt Ramler will mesh with senior quarterback Tyler Harper, but the new man in charge isn't really worried about it.
"An offense has to fit a quarterback. Tyler's our starting quarterback, so the offense has to fit him," Ramler said. With a different guy starting, the offense has to fit him. Tyler can do a lot of things really well. He's a natural leader. He's a winner. That's what we love about him."
Ramler came to the team from St. John's University, where he spent the 2013 season working under legendary coach and great offensive mind John Gagliardi, an experience he's said has helped mold his offensive philosophy.
The Saints will open the 2014 season on Sept. 6 against Ripon.