Bryson’s Brayden Houser is looking to improve upon his 2015 season in which he amassed 1,980 passing yards and 30 touchdowns. The junior hopes that he can lead the Cowboys to a district title.

Houser heading in right direction for Cowboys

Brayden Houser will answer “fishing” without hesitation when asked what his hobbies are outside of football. Particularly, fishing for catfish on the Brazos River with friend and teammate Paul Davidson. The slow-paced pastime may be Houser’s favorite hobby, but on the field the Bryson junior is anything but torpid. “He just makes people miss,” Bryson head coach Jason Briles said. “He’s not terribly fast, but he’s shifty. He can really run the ball, and he can sling it, too.” The Cowboys quarterback is coming off a season in which he threw for 1,980 yards and 30 touchdowns, while also rushing for 450 yards and ...

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