AAAA second-round capsules: Kell faces big test vs. Flowery Branch

 

Griffin at Statesboro

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Womack Field, Statesboro

Records, rankings: Griffin is 10-1, the No. 2 seed from Region 3-AAAA and ranked No. 10; Statesboro is 9-2, the No. 1 seed from 2-AAAA and unranked.

Last meeting: Statesboro won 7-0 in the 2005 Class AAAA semifinals.

Three things to know: 1. These are traditionally the best programs from regions 2 and 3, which were a combined 8-0 in the first round. Both schools have won 11 GHSA region titles. 2. Griffin’s go-to back is Wontavious Washington (1,381 yards, 15 TDs). DE Xzavier Dickson has 17 sacks. 3. Statesboro came from 21-7 down to beat Tri-Cities 24-21 in the first round. Statesboro tied the game on a touchdown with 2:48 left, recovered a fumble and got a 27-yard field goal from Caleb Brown with 7 seconds left to win.

Winner plays: Flowery Branch/Kell winner

 

Flowery Branch at Kell

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, C.J. Kell Stadium, Marietta

Records, rankings: Flowery Branch is 10-1, the No. 2 seed from Region 8-AAAA and ranked No. 8; Kell is 11-0, the No. 1 seed from 5-AAAA and ranked No. 4.

Last meeting: This is the teams’ first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Flowery Branch’s headline-makers are QB Austin Brown (163-of-251 passing for 2,447 yards, 24 TDs), RB Jeremy Haley (1,403 yards rushing, 18 TDs) and WR Logan Conley (54 receptions, 1,026 yards, 12 TDs) 2. Kell FB/RB Brian Randolph is a state player-of-the-year candidate. He has 135 tackles and four interceptions on defense. He’s scored 19 touchdowns on offense with 806 yards rushing and 386 receiving. 3. Kell was 6-5 in Class AAAAA last season, and Flowery Branch was 10-4 in AAA. One moved up and the other down in reclassification.

Winner plays: Griffin/Statesboro winner

 

Glynn Academy at Dutchtown

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Bulldogs Stadium, Hampton

Records, rankings: Glynn Academy is 8-3, the No. 4 seed from Region 2-AAAA and unranked; Dutchtown is 10-1, the No. 3 seed from 3-AAAA and unranked.

Last meeting: This is the teams’ first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Both teams upset ranked opponents on the road in the first round. Glynn Academy defeated previously unbeaten Lovejoy 7-6, and Dutchtown beat Thomas County Central 15-0. 2. In Glynn Academy’s victory – the Brunswick school’s first state-playoff win since 1968 – Glynn had only 87 yards of total offense, all on the ground. Glynn LB/FB James Dean blocked an extra point and a field goal in the fourth quarter. 3. Dutchtown PK Ryan Kay scored all 15 of his team’s points in the victory over Thomas Central on field goals of 24, 30, 42, 51 and 56 yards. Dutchtown held Thomas Central to 31 yards rushing.

Winner plays: Marist/Chattahoochee winner

 

Marist at Chattahoochee

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, The Arena, Johns Creek

Records, rankings: Marist is 9-2, the No. 2 seed from Region 6-AAAA and unranked; Chattahoochee is 11-0, the No. 1 seed from 7-AAAA and ranked No. 5.

Last meeting: This is the teams’ first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Chattahoochee QB Tim Byerly is a state player-of-the year candidate. He has completed 105 of 146 passes for 1,854 yards and 26 touchdowns with only one interception. He has rushed for 1,117 yards and 17 touchdowns. 2. Marist’s offense was held without a touchdown in back-to-back games against Lakeside and Dunwoody in midseason. Marist has attempted only 98 passes this season, and QB Andy Perez is the leading rusher with 591 yards. 3. Chattahoochee has scored at least 31 points in every game and at least 42 in each of the last nine. Marist has not allowed more than 20 points in regulation in any game this season. Marist lost to Tucker 31-24 in double-overtime to settle a 17-17 regulation tie.

Winner plays: Glynn Academy/Dutchtown winner

 

Hiram at Tucker

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Adams Stadium, Atlanta

Records, rankings: Hiram is 9-2, the No. 3 seed from Region 5-AAAA and unranked; Tucker is 11-0, the No. 1 seed from 6-AAAA and ranked No. 3.

Last meeting: This is the teams’ first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. It’s no secret that Tucker relies on its running game. The Tigers rush for 306 yards per game and pass for 62 and average 46.2 points. Bashr Coles (952 yards rushing) and N’Quan Maggett (790) have combined to score 35 rushing touchdowns. 2. Hiram, which runs a Wing-T led by QB Jared McClain and running backs Trey Wesley (964 yards in the regular season), Javon Simon and Charlie Sashington, averages 32 points per game. 3. Hiram fell behind 7-0 four minutes into its first-round game against Lambert but took advantage of six Longhorns turnovers to win 35-10 and advance to the second round for the second consecutive year.

Winner plays: Whitewater/Ware County winner

 

Whitewater at Ware County

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Memorial Stadium, Waycross

Records, rankings: Whitewater is 9-2 and the No. 4 seed from Region 3-AAAA; Ware County is 9-2 and the No. 3 seed from 2-AAAA. Neither team is ranked.

Last meeting: This is the teams’ first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Whitewater pulled off the upset of the first round, taking a 28-0 first-quarter lead and holding on for a 28-21 victory against top-ranked Northside of Warner Robins. Josh Clemons ran for 200 yards and scored three touchdowns, according to the Macon Telegraph, and the Wildcats held Northside to 48 yards rushing. 2. Ware County’s Zack Griffin kicked five field goals (31, 37, 32, 35 and 38 yards) last week in the Gators’ 22-12 victory against North Clayton. 3. Whitewater, which began playing football in 2004, is in the second round for the second time in school history. The 2007 team lost in the second round to Thomas County Central 35-28. Ware County is in the second round for the fourth consecutive season.

Winner plays: Hiram/Tucker winner

 

East Paulding at Clarke Central

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Billy Henderson Stadium, Athens

Records, rankings: East Paulding is 9-2, the No. 2 seed from Region 5-AAAA and unranked; Clarke Central is 11-0, the No. 1 seed from 8-AAAA and ranked No. 2.

Last meeting: This is the teams’ first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Clarke Central was held to 42 yards rushing in its 52-31 victory against Mays in the first round, but quarterback Martay Mattox passed for 204 yards and three touchdowns. The Gladiators led 28-0 at halftime. 2. East Paulding’s Kamani Thomas rushed for 150 yards and had touchdown runs of 21 and 58 yards in the Raiders’ 35-0 victory against Rome last week. Thomas scored on the third play of the game to give the Raiders the lead for good. 3. Clarke Central, which played in seven state championship games from 1977-1992, is 5-1 in the playoffs over the past two seasons after going from 1998 to 2008 without winning a playoff game.

Winner plays: Brunswick/Starr’s Mill winner

 

Brunswick at Starr’s Mill

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Panther Stadium, Fayetteville

Records, rankings: Brunswick is 8-3, the No. 2 seed from Region 2-AAAA and unranked; Starr’s Mill is 11-0, the No. 1 seed from 3-AAAA and ranked No. 6.

Last meeting: Starr’s Mill won 45-14 in the first round of the 2005 Class AAAAA playoffs.

Three things to know: 1. Brunswick has a balanced offense, led by quarterback Chris Anderson, that has 2,479 rushing yards and 2,003 passing yards this season. Anderson has passed for 1,783 yards and is the leading rusher with 950 yards on 187 carries. 2. Starr’s Mill is 11-0 for the first time since 2000, its third varsity season, when the Panthers reached the Class AAAAA semifinals before losing to Harrison 31-24 at the Georgia Dome. 3. Starr’s Mill wide receiver Jeffrey Greene, a Georgia Tech commitment, left the Panthers’ 42-9 victory against Hardaway last week with an injured ankle. According to the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, Starr’s Mill believed the injury was a sprain but would not know his status until closer to game time.

Winner plays: East Paulding/Clarke Central winner

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SportsFan31313

November 16th, 2010
1:15 pm

Round Two Predictions In Class AAAA

Region 2-AAAA completely swept every team in Region 4 last week. Region 2-AAAA is a very strong Region as evident by the sweeping of Region 4-AAAA in the First Round. Region 2-AAAA had better be taken lightly.

Griffin at Statesboro (Statesboro Advances)
This will be a very tough and close game. Game maybe decided by a Field Goal.

Flowery Branch at Kell (Flowery Branch Advances)

Glynn Academy at Dutchtown (Dutchtown Advances)
Glynn Academy is the least strength wise out of Region 2-AAAA

Whitewater at Ware County (Ware County Advances)

Marist at Chattahoochee (Marist Advances)

Hiram at Tucker (Tucker Advances)

East Paulding at Clarke Central (Clarke Central Advances)

Brunswick at Starr’s Mill (Brunswick Advances)

Andre' C. Barron

November 16th, 2010
2:09 pm

“WATCH THEM GRADY GREY KNIGHTS”

HoochieCoochie

November 16th, 2010
2:19 pm

Hooch wins by 30 over Marist. Hooch is too strong and Marist is just plain weak.

Class of 1966

November 16th, 2010
2:27 pm

Go Ware County Gators all the way to the final.

Bull Gator

November 16th, 2010
3:02 pm

GO GATORS !!! It’s dangeous to go into the Swamp at night.

EagleNationRising

November 16th, 2010
3:51 pm

Dang Whitewater. You Fayette County guys have really put a dent in my Autumn planning. To make things worse, Georgia is 5-6. What’s really going on? :-)

SportsFan31313

November 16th, 2010
4:13 pm

EagleNationsRising,

You really want to know whats going on? I will tell you. Georgia have gotten out witted, out played, and out coached. Just like Northside Warner Robins did. Better bring back Congrad Nix :-)

RaiderPride

November 16th, 2010
4:47 pm

GO EP! Work hard and play smart

BcS2010

November 16th, 2010
4:52 pm

Marist can easily win against Hooch if they play there game which is smart and fundemental. Dutchtown should beat Gylnn.

Tucker should beat Hiram.Ware county and White Water should be great but Ware county should win.

Griffin vs Statesboro should be great but griffin should win. Kell should beat Flowery Branch.

Clarke and East Paulding should be great and im picking East paulding in the upset. Starrs Mill should beat Bruinswck.

BcS2010

November 16th, 2010
4:52 pm

Marist beats hooch

THE CANNON RULES!!!!

November 16th, 2010
5:06 pm

@ SportsFan31313…

Home side is going to be the VISITOR’S side at CLARKE CENTRAL friday night as the RAIDER NATION travels to ATHENS to give our EAST PAULDING RAIDERS the support they deserve!
EAST PAULDING will be putting these Gladiators to the test as they get HIT and HIT HARD from the start. CLARKE CENTRAL is a team that only averages 65+ yards on the ground each game and relies on their QB to complete passes for the points. Our RAIDER “D” is only allowing 10+ points per game so their QB is in for a LOOOOOONG night as these RAIDERS HARRASS, HIT, and SACK him from the start. EAST will score thru the air AND on the ground!!!

ROUND 1 — EAST PAULDING over ROME “IN THE BONEYARD”

ROUND 2 — EAST PAULDING over CLARKE CENTRAL in ATHENS!

ROUND 3 — EAST PAULDING over ????? but BACK in “THE BONEYARD”!!!

TICK…TICK…TICK…BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM!!!

GO RAIDERS!!!!

Greg

November 16th, 2010
5:39 pm

I still can’t get over Dutchtown not just beating, but dominating TCC. My brother played on those first few Coach Creasman Dutchtown teams that took road trips to places like Northside and TCC to get pounded on a regular basis, and fearing for the kids’ safety the whole time as they took an absolute beating on the field.

Now they’re both sitting at home watching Dutchtown. Amazing how far they’ve come in just a couple of years.

Tucker D

November 16th, 2010
5:45 pm

Tucker all the way to the Dome to defeat Flowery Branch.

WarEagle

November 16th, 2010
6:26 pm

Hooch is a solid team but they play in a weak region. I’m sure I’ll be corrected if wrong but I think everyone in their region got beat last weak. Marist lost a great game to Tucker and had five starters out during their mid season swoon. (A bad loss to Dunwoody, weak win over Lakeside but a nothing to be ashamed of great game with Tucker). A healthy Marist should give an inexperienced Hooch team a challenge. It will be intersting to see how the bigger and more talented Hooch team reacts if things don’t go their way early. If Marist plays like they did against Tucker, the Hooch boys will get their first smack in the face of the year–somebody will actually hit ‘em back instead of lay down.

SportsFan31313

November 16th, 2010
6:36 pm

The Cannon Rules,

I like East Paulding. But I really don’t think they will beat a Clarke Central. Clarke Central has winning History.

Anthony

November 16th, 2010
6:59 pm

SportsFan31313 good predictions brunswick should beat starr mills then hopefully brunswick will start getting some much earned respect

GHS football Guru

November 16th, 2010
8:12 pm

Anyone who thinks Starr’s Mill to lose apperently did not see them beat the crap out of griffin by holing them to 7 points and scoring 24 points on the 2nd ranked Defense in the state at the time.

ATL

November 16th, 2010
9:39 pm

I wish the AJC got their facts straight. Brian Randolph is a Safety that plays Running Back. nowhwere will you find FB listed next to his name in any program or paper. For gods sake the kid is the best player in the state, atleast get his positions squared away.

Toole

November 16th, 2010
10:44 pm

I live in Bainbridge, but had the chance to watch Dutchtown beat TCC last week. I wouldn’t count Dutchtown out of any game. The play ball-control offense, smash-mouth defense, and can score 3 whenever they cross the 50. Coach Galt will be recruited by many schools after this season ends.

WarEagle

November 16th, 2010
11:01 pm

Who has stolen the WarEagle’s identity!

ibleedblack&silver

November 17th, 2010
6:50 am

Sportsfan31313 is that all your gonna come with is that CC has a winning history.
? Last time I checked teams from the past are not playing Friday night, but in fact teams of 2010. Should be a hard nosed game from 2 very good football teams.

ibleedblack&silver

November 17th, 2010
6:57 am

ATL Brian Randolph best player in the state?! not hardly top 10 more like it.

sidney harris

November 17th, 2010
8:01 am

Hiram will beat tucker hands down. Look at tucker’s schedule they only played 2 teams ranked. Hiram has a great run defense so that puts tucker in deep trouble!

The Cannon Rules!!!

November 17th, 2010
8:56 am

@ SportsFan31313…

I been posting on here for years now…WIN or LOSE I’m in here talkin’ RAIDER football…This years RAIDER team is a MUCH more balanced team than in years past with the exception of the special teams. Extra points have been missed and we havn’t had the TD returns like in years past.

BUT…they are HITTING hard, have a STRONG “D”, and a smart QB that can pass and complete them…also the running game is HUGE this year.

EAST PAULDING can win this game…I am a bit concerned with comment made by MAY’S posters about the bias of the ref’s and with them associating with CLARKE CENTRAL players and coaches…even to the point of eating with the team! I hope the G.H.S.A. has also noticed these post and addressed this matter. The last thing we need is the kids (from either side)to lose by bad calls!

HoochFan

November 17th, 2010
9:07 am

@WarEagle – I wondered if there was more to the Marist-Dunwoody game.

I think this week’s game may be a good one. There are too many unknowns to predict a 4-5 td victory. Hooch has proven that they can score this year (and last year, avgd 27 per game against 5A competition), and I don’t see that slowing down! Hooch will score!!!

Defense has been solid, but it’s definitely easier to play defense when you’re up by 4 tds. Defense has made the plays when needed though!! Whitehurst was put in at a very, very deep safety spot last week to guard against the big plays, and it paid off. I don’t recall Hooch facing an offensive scheme like Marist’s before, so that may be interesting.

This senior class has been starting for three years (2 against good 5A teams). They’re not “playoff” tested, but they’ve got a lot of experience!

Hooch has met every challenge this year!

Competition for the rest of the year will be strong for all teams. Not sure how anyone can predict a blowout at this point.

That being said, I do like Hooch again this week!

I’m ready for Friday already! GO HOOCH!!

SportsFan31313

November 17th, 2010
10:51 am

Greetings Anthony,

Brunswick already has respect as Brunswick has had it’s fair share of very successful seasons dating back from the past to include when they were in the State’s Highest Classification Region-3-AAAA several years back.

SportsFan31313

November 17th, 2010
10:53 am

Greetings GHS football Guru,

Griffin is a good team, and have many years of successful seasons, but Griffin is not from South Georgia.

SportsFan31313

November 17th, 2010
10:55 am

Greetings ibleedblack&silver,

You will see what I meant by what I had to say about Clarke Central this weekend.

Anthony

November 17th, 2010
11:10 am

@GHS football any1 who thinks starr mills will beat brunswick must not have seen brunswick play valdosta. Griffins offense is not close to brunswicks. We put 22 on a ware defense who only gives up 5 points a game. @SportsFan31313 I know but in the last 3 years since floyd has ben there they have ben underrated

HIRAM=TRASH

November 17th, 2010
11:15 am

Do any of you know Chris sanders? If not you will after friday. all star recruit soon to be starting at uga next year as a freshman. He’s the best player in the state brian randolph has nothing on this kid. And anyone out there that thinks hiram is going to win please come to the game! hiram is a joke. Tucker will run the ball all night on any team and the defense will play lights out football lead by the all star Christopher Sanders #1!!!!!!!!!!!

HOOCH=TRASH

November 17th, 2010
11:20 am

Yes guys im a tucker fan but come on hooch you wont beat marist. This team will run the triple option all day down your throat. Mess up once on just a little play and thier taking it to the house. Watch out for the pass against this team they haven’t passed this much this year but the QB perez has a cannon no doubt and Coach Chadwick always has that up his sleeve. Look for marist to come out on top.

CALLING OUT KELL

November 17th, 2010
11:22 am

Kell i really hope you win your side of the bracket. PLEASE WIN TUCKER IS CALLING YOU OUT. Ya’ll are just a sorry cobb joke. Wait till Ya’ll play real smash mouth football and play a team that will run the ball ALL DAY on you. WE HOPE TO SEE YOU AT THE DOME. and brian randolph i hope you read this. TENNESEE?? really….

ATL

November 17th, 2010
11:54 am

@ ibleedblackandsilver: watch the kid play and you will understand. I know a crazy comment like that came from somebody that hasn’t seen him play. there is a reason he was one of the 5 players to watch in the playoffs, Chris sanders was not. Chris Sanders AJC super11? honestly can’t remember. watch a game, you will understand. I’m willing to put money on it that Brian Randolph is the first player from GA to see a college football field next season. Brian Randolph will play early and often at Tennessee.

@ calling out kell : Tucker has to win their side of the bracket as well big dawg. NSWR went down last week, no telling what happens in the playoffs. Tucker has always been a 4A school with what 1 state title and a whole bunch of region titles, Kell is a 5A school playin 4A…idk if anyone wants some of these Longhorns.

to all Kell doubters … continue please, it will just add fuel to the fire, Flowery Branch is next to be engulfed in the flames.

good Luck to all Friday. may your team enjoy success and an injury free evening. God Bless

Anthony

November 17th, 2010
11:54 am

What kinda offense does starr mills run

Just The Facts

November 17th, 2010
1:13 pm

Anthony & SportsFan31313

You are dreaming on the Brunswick thing. Starr’s Mill runs a spread type offense with a very mobil quick QB that has a solid arm & is accurate for the most part. They have a fast RB & a 6′6″ receiver in Jeff Greene (Tech commit) assuming he plays this week on a bad ankle. Offense for SM is very efficient and has some other possession type receivers that are solid. Brunswick’s D is not good enough to keep them under 30. Starr’s Mill’s D on the other hand is very solid & disciplined.

Starr’s Mill Advances to Quarterfinals & it is a long bus ride back to the coast down I-16. Griffin went home shaking their head, too.

SportsFan31313

November 17th, 2010
1:31 pm

Just The Facts,

You maynot be speaking all of the facts…. But we will see soon enough. :-)

Just The Facts

November 17th, 2010
1:53 pm

SportsFan31313

Yeah I remember your Griffin over Starr’s Mill prediction, too. UmmmmHmmmmhh:)

HoochFan

November 17th, 2010
3:04 pm

@BcS2010 – Hooch can easily win against Marist if they play their game which is smart and fundamental.

BcS2010

November 17th, 2010
3:11 pm

@HoochFan…..you are rite but im saying that Marist is not a bad team. They are 9-2 and lost to Tucker in doublle overtime and that shows that they can play with the best. I should be a great game tho.

@HIRAM=TRASH…..Chris Sanders is a very goos safety he is rated 4 stars by scout and 3 stars by rivals and he is going to the university of Georgia. But lets not get carried away about how good he is

HoochFan

November 17th, 2010
3:44 pm

@BcS2010 – Marist has been a solid program for many years. Not sure how someone can say that they are bad or weak?

I’m anxious to see how Hooch handles the triple option scheme.

2 more days til game time!! GO HOOCH!!

WarEagle

November 17th, 2010
4:02 pm

@HoochFan — Should be a good game, if the War Eagles can keep it close in the first half. One of the big advantages that Hooch has is school size, as you’d expect that to give the Cougars more depth. Is that the case, or do many of Hooch’s star linemen or skill players go both ways?

HoochFan

November 17th, 2010
4:25 pm

@WarEagle….Depth could factor, as not many 2-way players for Hooch. Just the speedy guys. Some WR/DB&S positions. No linemen though. Occasionaly some blocking in short yardage situations.

SportsFan31313

November 17th, 2010
4:51 pm

Just The Facts,

Yes I did, but this is the post season and now the team went 0-0 last week with the winner advancing and the loser get to watch the others play from their living room TV.

SportsFan31313

November 17th, 2010
4:52 pm

Anthony,

Brunswick should do just fine…..

Haiku-575

November 17th, 2010
5:00 pm

Yeah Star’s Mill Beat Us –
But I still Question The Age
Of That Linebacker !!!!

SportsFan31313

November 17th, 2010
5:56 pm

Stars Mill Linebacker is 25 years old….. Just kidding.:-)

HIRAM SISTER

November 17th, 2010
7:21 pm

HIRAM HAS A GREAT CHANCE TO WIN FRIDAY NIGHT AGAINST TUCKER TIGERS. WHOEVER HAS THERE “A” GAME AND PUSHES TO THE END, WILL PROVE THEY ARE WINNERS. HORNET FAN ALWAYS!!!!!! HORNETS STING’EM WE ARE QUICK, FAST & KNOCK’EM HARD ALL THE WAY TO THE END!

Tucker Tiger

November 17th, 2010
8:09 pm

GO Tucker Tigers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Copernicus

November 17th, 2010
8:33 pm

This week’s game at Hooch is going to be one of the most important games in the school’s history. There is no doubt that Marist is a good team and I am sure they are going to come ready to play. I will say that Region 7AAAA is nit as strong as other regions (evident given that the rest of the region is sitting at the house) but the way the boys at Hooch are playing, they can line up with the best in the state.

I am expecting a good crowd on both sides of the stadium given that Marist always travels well and this is the playoffs. I am glad that I have a very good front row seat for the game because “The Arena” is going to be rocking!!!!

For those who are doubting Hooch, I am not even going to acknowledge you because there is a 99% chance that you have not seen Hooch this year, have no real clue what we are putting on the field, have not the slightest clue as to where the school is or better yet, can even spell Chattahoochee.

whew

November 17th, 2010
8:54 pm

Offensively–If Hooch can keep #20 (CB) contained to the short side of the field and open up a pass attack, they’ll walk away with the win. Another key is to keep the defensive line from penetrating so you can get the pass off. The DEs are pretty discplined and will get you if you don’t pay attention. If you have time to pass, the other secondary players don’t cover well. The other CB lacks experience, but is fast. The FS does not have speed, nor coverage ability.

If Marist can run down the clock and drive it, they will walk away with the win. The O line is strong and plays assignment football. Once that offense starts clicking, it’s hard to defend. The QB is a magician and is elusive. Marist’s backs aren’t the speediest bunch, but can trick you into leaving your assignments. Marist has a D-1 prospect WR that is seldom utilized, but he is quick and blocks well. From film, one WR loses his cool and engages in a little extracurricular activity when frustrated, but the WRs are basically used as additional blockers. One RB, #22 is extremely quick and will fool you with his size. I can’t find a consistent weakness on Hooch’s defense, except that they don’t stay home at times. Marist will kill you if you don’t.

All in all, it will be a good game. Good luck to all teams left!!!