No. 4 is ... Tuscola

No. 4 is ... Tuscola

We're unveiling our preseason Top 10 area football teams by video (thanks, senior Clayton Turner) and story (thanks, Fred Kroner)


Why is Tuscola No. 4?

The offense is led by quarterback Nick Bates and the defensive retains eight starters, including everyone in the secondary.


What does Tuscola have to do to move up the rankings?

The Warriors have a chance to gain confidence early (three of first four games are at home) and don’t face an opponent that was above .500 last year until Week 7.


Did you know? 

Since starting football in 1895, the school has won 672 games, the fourth-best total in state history, according to

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