This is one of the best years for South Jersey quarterbacks in recent memory, but trying to pinpoint why this year is different is as difficult as stopping the many wide-open offenses that are becoming commonplace throughout the area.
It's easy to see why they call him Lieutenant Larry.
He doesn't pace the sidelines as much as he prowls. Arms folded. Whistle hanging from his neck. Eyes locked on the field in front of him. Every so often, he barks something that rattles both sidelines.