The Volunteers limited Weatherford to just 195 yards of total offense, including just 20 yards through the air. For Bowie cornerback and TCU commitment Steve Wesley, it was good to get the win to open district, however he still sees plenty of room for improvement.
"It was a good win but we know we have a few things to improve on going into next week," Wesley said of Bowie's 55-3 win.
Wesley wasn't too busy on the night. In fact, he didn't have to do much at all as Weatherford never attempted a pass his way.
"A majority of the year it's been that way but I still have to be ready," he said. "Somebody is going to test me and I've got to be ready for it."
He was ready for it two weeks ago when Bowie beat #1 Dallas Skyline and Wesley was dealt the task of covering four-star wideout Rashaad Samples. Wesley won that battle limiting the Oklahoma State commit to zero catches in head to head battles.
"I knew they were going to try to throw it to him and I knew it was my time to shine and I shut him down," he said. "It felt good to accomplish it."
Wesley has been to all of the TCU home games this season and plans to make his way to Dallas on Saturday night to watch his future team in the Battle for the Iron Skillet.
"They're doing great, I go to all of the home games and I saw them beat up on Virginia last week," he said. "They're doing real nice. I'm probably going to make my way over there (SMU) tomorrow."