When John Carroll plays Mount Union in football, one thing always seems certain:
The Blue Streaks’ secondary will be tested by a quarterback who flings it to every inch of the field.
That’s what happened Sept. 25 when Mount QB Braxton Plunk threw it 54 times. He completed 42 for 392 and four touchdowns in the Purple Raiders’ 28-14 victory.
Three games later, another pass-happy offense — with a QB on a recent tear — is set to invade Don Shula Stadium.
Ohio Northern QB Brody Hahn — a transfer from Muskingum — has the Polar Bears (4-1) armed and ready for their showdown Oct. 16 against 3-2 John Carroll.
It’s been a lethal passing attack that has led the way for ONU through five games — but especially in the last three. For the season, Hahn has thrown 1,725…