Bolser Can't Wait

On Friday night Ted Bolser and his Indian Hill teammates took the big stage playing a game at Paul Brown Stadium home of the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals. Bolser wasted few words in describing how he felt about playing in such a big venue and about his college future.

"It's was great and we couldn't have done any better on the field."

For the season the 6-foot-6, 220-pound tight end is enjoying great success. With 50-plus receptions for over 700 yards and 11 touchdowns, Bolser is first in receiving in the Cincinnati Hills League. This past Friday night allowed for even more on field excitement for the soon to be Indiana Hoosier.

"I couldn't ask for a better season as I'm leading in several categories. I hope some teams take notice of some of my teammates and make some offers to them. Tonight was fun as I even got in a little linebacker on the field."



One of the reasons Bolser is so excited about his college future comes from his belief in Hoosiers head coach Bill Lynch and his staff.
"I can't wait to get over there and I know they can't wait for me to get there. Coach Lynch and the rest of the coaching staff is great and with Coach Yeager being from Indian Hill I really feel a bond with the staff."

After a fast start Bolser has seen Indiana struggle. How does he look at the program from afar during this time of struggle?

It doesn't matter to me at all. I'm excited about being part of the Indiana program. Any team can prevail in any given season. All you have to do is look around college football each year for teams that rise to the top. We have a nice recruiting class being built and I can't wait to get over there and start working."



With his senior season coming to a close Bolser has a couple of goals to achieve when he takes the field this Friday against league foe Wyoming. Both teams enter the game with 7-2 records. Wyoming is in 7-th position in Division Four Region 16 while Indian Hill is 9-th in Division Three, Region 12. A win on Friday would give Indiana Hill a conference title as well as a chance to make the playoffs depending what other teams do.

"Our goal is to always win our league, but, we've got to make the playoffs. That is a major goal for this team and if we win on Friday we still have a chance to make it."


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