Not sure where you're getting your stats, but Bryce had 7 INTs in regular season (10 total), and 3 of those came in his first game with Springfield. He had 3 fumbles in the regular season (3 more in the playoffs). He's also thrown 120 passes more than Bolden. No doubt Bolden is the more prolific runner, but different styles of offense dictate that. Smoot last year for Springfield would be a better comparison to Bolden than trying to compare him to Schondelmyer this season. My concern with Moeller is not Springfield's offense, it's how the defense will match up with the rushing attack. Granted this is not last year, but Springfield did amass 460 yards on Moeller last year. They're not as run/pass balanced as they were last year, but their numbers are better this year, scoring and yardage.