We chose this pic of Mike Hobbie because we believe it best typifies his offense. The “Coolest of the Cool”…The Titans offensive engine runs like an eight-cylinder, pre-smog device, muscle car.
Meaning, it hauls!
Hobbie, who spends his spare time as San Marino’s head coach, since 2011 has consistently made his unit the most feared in the MVS cover-zone (Four divisions, 130 teams).
Matt Wofford led to Andrew Ferraco, and for the last two years, it’s been Carson Glazier triggering Hobbie’s attack. An attack in 2015 that scored 776 points and, before anyone complains they played two extra games in the state finals, they scored 719 points through 14 games.
They also led the Central Division in scoring with 638 points in 2014. The Titans also led the Mid-Valley Division in scoring in 2013 with 585 points. You get the picture.
Back to 2015:
Glazier was the Central’s top quarterback. He led the division in completion percentage, completions (even though he didn’t lead in attempts), touchdowns, and yards.
J.P. Shohfi led the division in receptions, yards, touchdowns. The second leading receiver was teammate Aiden Santino. Santino was also second in yards and touchdowns.
Just to wrap up our case before the jury. In the middle of this passing hurricane, Michael Chan was the Central’s ninth leading rusher with 1,152 and sixth in touchdowns with 21.
The maestro in all of this? Hobbie.