Georgia High School Football Daily Spotlight: Class AAA Playoff Preview

Washington County at Peach County
When, where: 8 p.m. Friday, Anderson Stadium, Fort Valley
Records, rankings: Washington County is 10-1, the No. 2 seed from Region 3-AAA and ranked No. 9; Peach County is 11-0, the No. 1 seed from Region 1-AAA and ranked No. 3.
Last meeting: Peach County won 43-29 in the 2006 semifinals.
Three things to know:
1. Peach County quarterback Patrick Taylor has completed 66 percent of his passes and thrown for more than 2,000 yards in a balanced offense.
2. Washington County completed only two passes in a 28-21 victory against Troup, but Montravious “Whistle” Gladdin had 201 yards rushing and Darius Stephens had 145.
3. Peach County leads the series between these Middle Georgia schools 9-0-2 and has averaged more than 40 points per game in their past four meetings dating to 1999.
Winner plays: North Hall-St. Pius winner

North Hall at St. Pius
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, George B. Maloof Stadium, Atlanta
Records, rankings: North Hall is 9-2, the No. 2 seed from Region 7-AAA and ranked No. 7; St. Pius is 11-0, the No. 1 seed from Region 5-AAA and ranked No. 4.
Last meeting: This is the teams’ first meeting.
Three things to know:
1. St. Pius coach Paul Standard and North Hall coach Bob Christmas were hired by their schools in 2001 to take over programs that hadn’t won playoff games in more than 30 years.
2. Standard has gone 74-29, and he took St. Pius to the Class AAAA semifinals in 2006; Christmas has gone 77-28, and he took North Hall to the Class AAA semifinals in 2007.
3. Both are Wing-T teams. North Hall got 361 of its 418 total yards on the ground in a 39-21 victory over Ringgold last week, while St. Pius got 277 of its 330 yards on the ground in a 34-0 victory over Franklin County.
Winner plays: Washington County-Peach County winner

Liberty County at Jackson
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Red Devil Hill, Jackson
Records, rankings: Liberty County is 8-3, the No. 3 seed from Region 3-AAA and unranked; Jackson is 11-0, the No. 1 seed from Region 4-AAA and ranked No. 6.
Last meeting: This is the teams’ first meeting.
Three things to know:
1. Liberty County, coached by former Georgia tight end Kirk Warner, won its first playoff game in history last week with a 16-13 upset of LaGrange.
2. Jackson has lost its past four second-round games (2003-06) and is seeking to make the quarterfinals or better for the third time in its history after making it in 1963 and 2000.
3. Jackson’s star player is Neiron Ball, a defensive end and receiver who has committed to Florida. He scored the winning touchdowns against Woodward Academy and Monroe, which are Jackson’s biggest victories.
Winner plays: Carrollton-Eastside winner

Carrollton at Eastside
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Homer Sharp Stadium, Covington
Records, rankings: Carrollton is 10-1, the No. 2 seed from Region 6-AAA and unranked; Eastside is 9-2, the No. 1 seed from 8-AAA and unranked.
Last meeting: Eastside won 21-9 in the 2008 second round.
Three things to know:
1. Carrollton and Eastside are the only teams from their regions to advance to the second round.
2. Eastside was the defending champion in 8-AAA but not expected to repeat because of heavy graduation losses. The team swept through the region undefeated behind running back Git Aiken, the region player of the year.
3. Carrollton operates out of a Wing-T offense and has five players with at least 200 yards rushing, but watch out for AJ Barge, who has thrown for about 1,200 yards and averages almost 20 yards per completion.
Winner plays: Liberty County-Jackson winner

Dunwoody at Gainesville
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Bobby Gruhn Field, Gainesville
Records, rankings: Dunwoody is 7-4, the No. 2 seed from Region 5-AAA and unranked; Gainesville is 11-0, the No. 1 seed from Region 7-AAA and ranked No. 1.
Last meeting: This is the teams’ first meeting.
Three things to know:
1. Gainesville leads the Class AAA field in scoring offense (46.8 points per game), scoring defense (6.3) and scoring differential (+40.5).
2. Dunwoody finished the regular season as the third-leading rushing team in DeKalb County, trailing Stephenson and Tucker, with an average of 222.8 yards per game.
3. Gainesville quarterback Blake Sims, who has committed to Alabama, had 1,547 yards passing, 583 yards rushing and 164 yards receiving during the regular season.
Winner plays: Cairo-Baldwin winner

Cairo at Baldwin
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Braves Stadium, Milledgeville
Records, rankings: Cairo is 8-3, the No. 2 seed from Region 1-AAA and unranked; Baldwin is 9-2, the No. 1 seed from Region 3-AAA and ranked No. 5.
Last meeting: This is the teams’ first meeting.
Three things to know:
1. Defending AAA champion Cairo has reached the championship game in each of the past two seasons and is 10-1 in the playoffs since the start of the 2007 postseason.
2. Both teams lost to Peach County this season. Peach beat Cairo 24-13 on Oct. 9 and beat Baldwin 17-7 on Sept. 11.
3. Cairo’s scoring average of 18.0 is the lowest of the 16 teams remaining, but the Syrupmakers have averaged almost 24 points over the past seven games.
Winner plays: Dunwoody-Gainesville winner

Flowery Branch at Grady
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Lakewood Stadium, Atlanta
Records, rankings: Flowery Branch is 8-3, the No. 4 seed from Region 7-AAA and unranked; Grady is 10-1, the No. 3 seed from Region 5-AAA and unranked.
Last meeting: Grady won 32-29 in the 2006 second round.
Three things to know:
1. Flowery Branch was one of only three No. 4 seeds to win in the first round, and this will be the only second-round game matching a No. 4 seed against a No. 3.
2. Flowery Branch averages 41.9 points per game, trailing only Gainesville in Class AAA, but is allowing 24.5 points, the worst among the remaining 16 teams.
3. Grady survived its first-round game 26-21 when Hart County fumbled out of the end zone from the 1-yard line on the final play of the game.
Winner plays: Woodward Academy-Carver, Columbus winner

Woodward Academy at Carver, Columbus
When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, A.J. McClung Memorial Stadium, Columbus
Records, rankings: Woodward Academy is 8-3, the No. 2 seed from Region 4-AAA and unranked; Carver is 10-1, the No. 1 seed from Region 2-AAA and ranked No. 2.
Last meeting: Carver won 21-6 in the 2008 second round.
Three things to know:
1. Woodward Academy has given up an average of 10.3 points per game, but seven of its 11 opponents have scored a touchdown or less.
2. Carver has scored 27 points or more in every game except its 21-12 loss to Class AAAAA Northside of Warner Robins.
3. Woodward’s triple-option offense is led by fullback Juwan Thompson, who rushed for almost 200 yards in three quarters in the War Eagles’ 34-0 victory against Worth County last week. He is committed to Duke.
Winner plays: Flowery Branch-Grady winner

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91 comments Add your comment

champs!

November 18th, 2009
11:21 am

Amen, go get’em! Take a look at this for more insight!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8GuH9oDHrU

SportsFan31313

November 18th, 2009
11:23 am

My Predictions in the 2nd Round of the Post Season Playoffs:

Washington County at Peach County Two Great Football Programs Home field
advantage Take Peach County.

North Hall at St. Pius Take St. Pius

Liberty County at Jackson Good Jackson Football team. Liberty County
has been under the radar, and sent Shock
Waves through the State. Liberty County
from a very tough Region -3-AAA. They have
an outstanding Coach, and they have a lot of
momentum coming into the 2nd round.
Take Liberty County in another tough battle.

Dunwoody at Gainesville Take Gainesville

Carrollton at Eastside Watch This: Take Carrollton.

Cairo at Baldwin WOW!!! two more outstanding teams.
Take Baldwin County because Of Home field
advantage.

Flowery Branch at Grady I will give Grady the benefit of the doubt.
Take Grady.

Woodward Academy at Carver, Columbus Two teams with football player with size,
and great talent.
Take Carver of Columbus

GDF

November 18th, 2009
2:23 pm

I think we all know that Gainesville and Peach will advance unless there happens to be another Liberty Co. vs Lagrange oddity this week.

I graduated from Jackson and hope to see the Devils take an easy win from Liberty County, but now that Liberty has the momentum from defeating the Grangers of Lagrange last week it will be a very good football game indeed.

In the end, I think that Jackson will have to fight the hardest they have this season in order to make it an easy win, and if they let their defense and offense slip like they did last week against Monro, then trouble could certainly arise for the Devils.

Go Jackson!

trojan94

November 18th, 2009
2:30 pm

Liberty Co. had a great win last week aginst a big time team. But these are the playoffs can they duplicate that preformance again on the road. Jackson isn’t undefeated for nothing. They’ve made many playoff runs in the past. I look for them to come out and make a statement friday. I think it’s going to be hard to get those kids up for Jackson. my prediction JACKSON 24 LIBERTY CO. 17 in a close game.

SportsFan31313

November 18th, 2009
2:33 pm

GDF,

Greetings, I believe that it will be a good game at Red Devil Hill. I don’t know too much about Jackson in Class AAA becasue it has always been LaGrange, Carver of Columbus, Cairo, Gainesville, Peach County etc. But You all have the home field advantage. and you all have all state and D-1 player Neiron Ball . It will be a hard fought game.

SportsFan31313

November 18th, 2009
2:41 pm

Well let me tell you something about the Jackson Red Devils. They have outscored their opponents 353 to 104 in which two games were complete shutouts. Jackson’s star player is Neiron Ball, a defensive end, and receiver who is a Division 1 Player, and has already committed to the Florida Gators. He scored the winning touchdowns against Woodward Academy, and Monroe, which are Jackson’s biggest victories. The Atlanta Journal Constitution has it that Jackson has lost its past four second-round games, (2003-06) and is seeking to make the quarterfinals or better for the third time in its school’s history after making it in 1963, and 2000

This will be a good game. But I will say to you that if you think that you are going to take or hope for an easy win as stated against Liberty County, you had better think again. Also, if you really think that you all would win because of Homefield Advantage, you had better think again. This will be a hard fought game. GDF, and Trojan94 speak as if it was some big fluke that Liberty County beat LaGrange. This is Georgia Football at it’s best. On any given Friday Night Under the Lights, a undefeated team can be beaten. May the best team win.

Waco_die_hard_fan

November 18th, 2009
3:13 pm

im a waco fan forever but the only way we will beat peach is if we come out with a new game plan on offense because the 7 play rotation we got with 4 being run plays will not work…also with baldwin laying the game plan down on how to stop our run game……i hope our coaches will take new steps in making a offensive game plan this week because the days of just over powering teams left when coach t did…on defense when our easily shaking cb get burn for long td’s we switch to a weak zone we been running all year….with no real blitzing or new wrinkles in it,it got easily exposed by burke,then richmond hill and last week by troup………so when we switch to it on peach i already know it will be a long night lol……..

Sir Miller #20

November 18th, 2009
3:56 pm

Here are my predictions for the Second Round:
Peach Co D. Washington Co – Peach Co. wins this in Blowout Fashion!
St. Pius X D. North Hall – Good close game but the Lions of St. Pius X will prevail in the end.
Liberty Co. D. Jackson – Liberty Co. is going to pull off another upset when they beat a not so good #1 seed in Jackson.
Carrollton D. Eastside – Carrollton is just too big and strong for Eastside.
Gainesville D. Dunwoody – This game will be another practice game for Gainesville as they will take down Dunwoody and then be lookin for Baldwin in the third round.
Baldwin D. Cairo – Baldwin is just too good for the rebuilding Syrupmakers
Flowery Branch D. Grady – Flowery Branch are the road warriors and they do not plan on losing no time soon.
Carver D. Woodward Academy – Carver is just too big and strong for nearly anyone in the state, but Woodward will be looking for the upset bid, but will fail!

TSmith

November 18th, 2009
4:33 pm

PC will take this on Friday! Nothing left to say…. Shout out to #67

R.W. Gweed

November 18th, 2009
4:46 pm

It’s time for Jackson to “step it up” in the playoffs and beat a good team by a good margin. Let’s go Red Devils; win by two touchdowns!

slalom1

November 18th, 2009
5:12 pm

Liberty County made a believer out of me.
Liberty over Jackson in Round 2.

Bodog

November 18th, 2009
6:01 pm

My predications: Peach Co over Washington Co

St. Pius over No Hall

Jackson over Liberty Co

Carrollton over Eastside

Gainesville over Dunwoody

Baldwin over Cario

Flowery Branch over Grady

Carver over Woodward Ac…

chemflu2

November 18th, 2009
6:27 pm

You are all correct to predict Peach Co over Washington Co. And it doesn’t matter who the winner is of the St Pius / North Hall game because Peach Co. will roll over both.

Darryl

November 18th, 2009
6:31 pm

Does anyone know the place, time and date of the Stephenson/ Colquitt County game?

Woodpecker

November 18th, 2009
7:08 pm

The Trojans will roll.

SouthGARules

November 18th, 2009
9:52 pm

Darryl: Friday the 20th, 7:30 @ Halliford Stadium

Flo-Ri-Duh!

November 18th, 2009
10:21 pm

I can’t even find the play off schdules in today’s paper – AJC you can do better.

trojan94

November 19th, 2009
2:59 am

I don’t think liberty co. is a fluke, what they did last week proves that. Because winning in Lagrange is very very tough to do. But i look for Jackson to come out and play with more passion than they did last week,You’er right, any body can get beat at any given time by another team. THAT INCLUDES LIBERY CO. I’M STICKING TO MY PERDICTION. JACKSON OVER LIBERTY CO. 24-17

trojan94

November 19th, 2009
3:15 am

I work with a lot of grangers fans. they tell me liberty played hard but only won becuase LAGRANGE came out very flat and with no fire to win. I don’t think that will happen to Jackson this week.

dirty

November 19th, 2009
8:52 am

carver columbus wins it all

ketaboon

November 19th, 2009
10:00 am

i know everyone is picking peach over washington county as i am, but i know it will be a hard fought game. so come on trojan fans lets cheer our trojans on to victory. let go pc!

ketaboon

November 19th, 2009
10:02 am

hey todd what do you think about peach versus washington county. i havent heard anything from the ajc yet.

trojan94

November 19th, 2009
11:10 am

Can anyone tell me how i can see highlights of PEACH CO.

SportsFan31313

November 19th, 2009
11:20 am

There is absolutely no fluke that Liberty County won last week against a great Team with a winning tradition. If the tables were turned would you say that Jackson would beat LaGrange? Please answer that question. Liberty County is a very good team this year, and I honestly believe that they will make it ti the Dome. This game will be no push over, and will be a very hard fought game. This game may be decided by a filed goal. I believe that Liberty County County will win. Probably by three or less.

trojan94

November 19th, 2009
11:49 am

Had LaGrange brought they A game neither of those team could beat them.

trojan94

November 19th, 2009
12:01 pm

You’er saying that Liberty Co. is going to make it to finales. So you think they’er not only better than Jackson but Carrollton and Peach Co. too? Come on man let’s not get ahead of ourselves.

SportsFan31313

November 19th, 2009
12:12 pm

trojan94 ,

I believe that Liberty County can make it to the Dome this year if they continue the path they are going. I’m not the only person here on this blog feel this way. Why don’t you go look at this:

The Georgia High School Football Daily’s Weekend Predictions: Who’s winning and losing in Playoffs Second Round

SportsFan31313

November 19th, 2009
12:16 pm

Trojan94,

It’s been said that “A man with no confidence in self ,has been twice defeated in the race of life”. ” “With Confidence, you have won before you have even started.” Liberty County is playing with a lot of confidence. Let just see. Again, this will be a hard fought game, but win or lose, I am still a proud fan of them. Who are you a fan of, and did you attend there?

SportsFan31313

November 19th, 2009
12:19 pm

Trojan94,

This is for you:

No. 3 seeds: Ten No. 3 seeds escaped the first round, but I see only two making it to the quarterfinals — Liberty County and Westminster. But don’t count out Rockdale County against Hiram (another difficult pick) or defending Class AAAA champion Tucker, which plays at Sandy Creek.

trojan94

November 19th, 2009
12:32 pm

If thats true, then i can’t wait to see them in CARROLLTON next week

GDF

November 19th, 2009
12:56 pm

I know for a fact that Liberty County has a much harder schedule than Jackson does, and Jackson is being criticized for being ranked so high because people believe we aren’t in a hard region, but what it comes down to is one team’s tactics versus the other. Lagrange had multiple attempts last week in the kicking department to take the lead late in the game but Monsour failed to kick the point twice. Not to discredit Liberty, because they did beat a very good Lagrange team fair and square, but I believe that the game tomorrow will be a close one, with Jackson prevailing in the end.

Although I am from Jackson, I am not biased because I am analyizing it from every possible perspective. JACKSON WINS OVER LIBERTY COUNTY 21-17. That is my guess.

PS: The AJC team doesnt go to every one of these teams games and see how they play. They simply look at the scores and main players and make a quick prediction. And last week, a fw of their predictions were wrong. Not to be repetitive…BUT….it will be a good game, but the odds are against Liberty Co. If they can upset Jackson then they deserve to make it to the dome. The end.

trojan94

November 19th, 2009
2:16 pm

Thats pretty much the way I look at it. Weak region or not, it still takes good coaching to have a team unbeaten at this time of the year. This question is for you sportsfan31313. Before that game would you have picked Liberty over the Grangers.

SportsFan31313

November 19th, 2009
2:53 pm

Go Look at my predictions… That will answer your question.

SportsFan31313

November 19th, 2009
2:57 pm

GDF

I don’t know much about Jackson, but I do a lot about Liberty County. Look at Liberty County Schedule, and the teams they have beaten,look at who they lost to, and by the margin of lost, and then look at the schedule that Jackson has played. What I do know, is that giving credit to Jackson, I will say that it will be a hard fought game, but I giving Liberty County the win. Three Point or less win maybe.

SportsFan31313

November 19th, 2009
2:58 pm

WOW!!!! I’m liking these debates. keep it coming.

GDF

November 19th, 2009
3:17 pm

The fact is, is that Liberty County lost those games…whether the margin was close or not. It isn’t close games that give you higher rankings and it isn’t losing that helps you ascend–instead it is winning. Jackson is 11-0 this season and played a decent Monroe team last week. Jackson played very poorly last week (perhaps the worst this season) and still managed a 7 point win against Monroe.

Secondly, although Liberty County did play two ranked teams in their regular season, and one was particularly close (@ Washington County), the other (@ Baldwin) was not close at all! Jackson has outscored their opponents by almost 200 points this season and have early Florida recruit Neiron Ball to thank for that. Sure, Liberty County has seen the likes of Lagrange’s well balanced squad and an amazing Baldwin team, but I personally do not think they have seen the likes of Neiron Ball this season.

Thirdly, Liberty County has pulled out a few close victories this season, perhaps due to the toughness of their region, but Jackson has put teams out in blowout fashion even using some JV ad third string players. The fact is, that Jackson is very well balanced and has an awesome coaching staff while Liberty County is new to the playoff scene and not to discredit them, but they simply are not as put together as the Red Devils are. Im sure they are all pumped with adrenaline and excitement because of their defeat of Lagrange, but Jackson is aimed for playing Peach County in the semifinals and I do not see them letting Liberty County put an end to their amazing season so far!

Lastly, these sports debates are very fun and I think both teams are set on playing their best and pulling out a win. There is obviously no sure way to know what the scores will be or who will be the victor, hence the term “predictions”… BUT I think we all know that the game will be fought with passion from both sides and that both teams will have to implement better passing offense and iron defense than they have all year. It should be a crowd pleasing game and I look forward to it. Nobody would have seen Lagrange being knocked out so early so who knows what is to come of this week. I am sticking with my initial score of JACKSON-21 & LIBERTY CO. -17

SportsFan31313

November 19th, 2009
4:21 pm

GDF,

Oh No? In my Region 3-AAAAA you have Camden County. They lost two games this year. One to Grayson and one to Hoover Ala. Would you say because they lost those two games that they are not a perennial power?

Word on this blog have it that ackson plays a weaker schedule than Liberty County. That they (Jackson) has lost its past four second-round games (2003-06) and is seeking to make the quarterfinals or better for the third time in its history.

As far as out scoring their opponents, try more than 300 point to a little over 100 points when playing opponents. I did the math. But here is the thing. They have not played any ranked teams in Region 4-AAA. Liberty County plays in the Toughest Region in the state in Class AAA. And i beg to differ with when it comes to Liberty County Losses. You need to go check the score board again. The biggest lost came from State Ranked Baldwin County from the same region that Liberty County play in, and the score was 20-7 (I think) everything else was close.

With that being said, if you still think for one minute that Jackson is going to beat up on ole Liberty County, lets just wait and see. Yes you have a Division 1 prospect Neiron Ball ( who committed to the Florida Gators) but if you are depending on him to take Jackson to the promise land, then you are in for a rude awakening. He cant do it by himself.

All In all in this great sport of Georgia Football, ( where football is not everything but the only thing when it comes to real sports) this will be a very exciting game and I am sure that Red Devil Hill Stadium will be packed to capacity. This will indeed be a very hard fought game, and win or lose, gives these group of young men credit for a game well played……

pain1313

November 19th, 2009
6:58 pm

waco is the one of the best team in AAA . i am not saying Peach Co is not a good team but they have not played a team that is fast on defense no team has shut waco down. we do not stop for no one it will be a 4Q game so do not ever say waco is a push over team ever we are football in ga …

tobeme

November 19th, 2009
9:16 pm

we will see who is the best team in AAA

lil jig

November 19th, 2009
10:27 pm

pain1313,

I understand that you are a true waco fan but lets be real…the game between Peach county and waco will be decided before the fourth.Actually,you all haven’t seen our speedy defense nor our fast offense.No disrespect to Baldwin,but that’s the best yall have seen all year and our defense held them to only one first down the entire game.We don’t blow teams out like Gainesville because our coach chooses to let everyone play once he’s ahead;but beleive when I say,we can put as many points on the board as Gainesville.If not,maybe more!

SouthGARules

November 19th, 2009
11:34 pm

I know Jackson is 11-0, but when one of your best wins is over the Monroe Tornadoes, its not like you are playing an SEC type schedule. I will go with SportsFan31313 on that game & all the others except for Grady over Flowery Branch. I like the Branch to beat Grady.

PEACHCOUNTYTROJAN

November 20th, 2009
3:03 am

IF YOU WANT TO SEE SOME GOOD BALANCED FOOTBALL…. COME TO PEACH COUNTY FRIDAY NIGHT!! WACO, U GOING DOWN!!! LOL

WCFan

November 20th, 2009
7:51 am

Go Washington County! You can do it!!!

ketaboon

November 20th, 2009
8:16 am

fire it up pc!!!! yes baby it is almost time for some football. waco i hav respect for yall, but we are to explosive for yall to beat us, if we play our game like i know we will we will win by more than 10pts. my prediction is peach 31 waco 14. Lets go PC!

Granger By Marriage

November 20th, 2009
9:27 am

Wow! Never would have thought little ole’ Hinesville in Liberty Co. would have generated so much provacative debate. SportsFan31313, I’m with you bro. My kids attend Bradwell Institute here and I’m a volunteer coach for the BI baseball team but I support both schools with equal passion. I have watched Liberty Co play twice this year and I love what Coach Warner is doing with those kids. That spread offense works and that defense is remarkable. Lets give props where props are due. I follow Lagrange High also(my wife is true blue) and I have been in the house for three of their state championships. Coach Pardue keeps a very good squad even when he is rebuilding. The stats speak for themselves as per the AJC(wins in this decade). Whether the Grangers came out flat or not is a moot point. This year Liberty Co is a very good football team and highly motivated. I can mos def see them in the Dome.

SportsFan31313

November 20th, 2009
10:50 am

Greetings Granger By Marriage,

Where in the world have you been? I have looking for you all season long. I have on commenting on both teams but mainly Bradwell Institute. My Goodness what a pitiful dismal year for a Bradwell Institute football season. The Fans have a lot to say about that including myself. But now is not the time to cast a dark shadow over Liberty County who so much deserve recognition. So now it’s about Liberty County.

Coach Warner and his staff has definitely done a marvelous job, and he know to get relate to them to get them to respond to him and his play calling. I mentioned earlier that Liberty County play in the toughest Region in Class AAA. Their strength is a lot strong than Bradwell Institute and yet they have beaten some great teams this year. There is absolutely no doubt that they are playing with a lot of confidence. This will be a hard fought game tonight at Red Devil Hill Stadium but I believe that Liberty County could pull this game out too if they continue the path they are on.

SportsFan31313

November 20th, 2009
10:52 am

Granger By Marriage,

Make sure you read the Courier…..

Granger By Marriage

November 20th, 2009
10:59 am

Just did SportsFan31313, wish I could make it to the game.

Granger By Marriage

November 20th, 2009
11:04 am

SportsFan31313, we can rap about the BI football team @ a later date. All i can say is, we should be doing better. You going to the game?

trojan94

November 20th, 2009
11:10 am

Tonight the debate ends, and we will see who’s the better team. Winning playoffs games on the road is very hard to do, and doing it back to back weeks is very very tough. Win tonight and I will consider Liberty Co a mojor player on the playoff scene.