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Badovinac to Camp at MSU

The Chicago Catholic League is full of tough, hard running teams and Loyola Catholic has traditionally been one of those teams. But QB Peter Badovinac is the type of talented player who has dictated they become more of a passing team. As a result, Badovinac is hearing from several schools in the Midwest including the Michigan State Spartans.

"Yeah, the Chicago Catholic League is usually more of a smashmouth league," Peter Badovinac reported, "but we usually throw the ball 20-25 times a game and we might do even more than that this year." Last season, Badovinac went 139 of 251 for 1893 yards, 15 touchdowns and nine interceptions. His size (6'2, 203), arm strength and now experience in the passing game have his coaches at Loyola...

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