Top 10 games of Week 8

Calvary Day at Savannah Christian

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Garden City Stadium, Garden City

Records, rankings: Calvary Day is 5-0 overall, 1-0 in Region 3-A Div. A and No. 3; Savannah Christian is 3-2, 1-0 and No. 9.

Last meeting: Savannah Christian won 49-7 in 2011.

Three things to know: 1. Calvary Day QB Jake Clemens (6-3, 200) is on pace for 1,000 yards rushing and passing in the regular season. He has run for 554 yards and nine touchdowns and thrown for 649 (45-of-66) and five TDs. 2. Jalen Myrick, a cornerback/halfback who has committed to Minnesota, is Savannah Christian’s player to watch. He scored on a blocked punt and had a long punt return in a 24-14 victory over Claxton last week. He has had more than 100 rushing or receiving yards in separate games this season. 3. Savannah Christian leads 20-11 in a series that began in 1979, when the Savannah private schools – located seven miles apart – were members of the Georgia Independent School Association. Both left the GISA in 1988. This is the first time that they have played when both teams were ranked.

Fitzgerald at Brooks County

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Veterans Stadium, Quitman

Records, rankings: Fitzgerald is 5-1 overall, 2-0 in Region 1-AA and No. 4; Brooks County is 6-0, 2-0 and No. 2.

Last meeting: Fitzgerald won 39-0 in 2011.

Three things to know: 1. Fitzgerald is 5-1 against Brooks County since the two became region rivals in 2006. Both entered the 2011 game 4-0 in the region, one ranked No. 5, the other No. 6. Fitzgerald outgained Brooks 463-56 in the 39-0 rout. Fitzgerald and Brooks also enter this game as the only unbeaten teams in a region that many rank as the toughest in AA. 2. Brooks County QB Malcolm Parrish has thrown four TD passes in each of the past two games, and 16 on the season. He’s averaging 240 yards passing per game. 3. Fitzgerald has thrown only two TD passes all season and attempted only 20 passes. QB Romarius Gaulden is Fitzgerald’s leading rusher with 490 yards and nine touchdowns on 46 carries (10.7 ypc).

Johns Creek at West Forsyth

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, The Wolverine Den, Cumming

Records, rankings: Johns Creek is 5-0 overall, 2-0 in Region 6-AAAAAA and unranked; West Forsyth is 5-0, 2-0 and No. 5.

Last meeting: This is the teams’ first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Johns Creek QB Skye Overton is 49-of-82 passing for 762 yards and five touchdowns and is the team’s leading rusher with 431 yards and 11 TDs on 70 carries. He passed for 188 yards and two scores and ran for 41 yards and a score in the Gladiators’ 30-16 victory over Chattahoochee two weeks ago. 2. West Forsyth QB A.J. Erdely, who has committed to Middle Tennessee, has passed for 935 yards with six touchdowns and no interceptions and has rushed for 408 yards and five TDs. He passed for a season-high 267 yards in a 40-6 victory over Centennial on Sept. 28. 3. Johns Creek, West Forsyth and Lambert are tied for first place in 6-AAAAAA. Johns Creek is a fourth-year program in Alpharetta; West Forsyth is a sixth-year program in Cumming; and Lambert is a fourth-year program in Suwanee. None has ever won a region championship.

Lincoln County at Aquinas

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Aquinas Stadium, Augusta

Records, rankings: Lincoln County is 4-1 overall, 2-0 in Region 7-A and No. 7; Aquinas is 5-0, 2-0 and No. 2.

Last meeting: Lincoln County won 44-22 in 2011.

Three things to know: 1. Lincoln County has won 31 consecutive games in the series. The last time Aquinas won was 1972. The last time Aquinas was within 20 points of winning was 1987 (27-10). In the 2011 game, Aquinas was within 30-22 in the fourth quarter, when Lincoln scored two touchdowns to put it away. 2. RB/LB Brendan Douglas leads Aquinas in rushing yards (798 on 101 carries), touchdowns (16) and tackles (72). He’s also an outstanding punter. He has put eight of 20 punts inside the 20-yard line. He rushed for 171 against Lincoln County last year. 3. Lincoln County RB Mike McIntire has rushed for 590 yards and eight touchdowns on 76 carries. No other Lincoln County running back has more than 15 carries. QB Ben Turner (49-for-83 passing, 628 yards) and WR Zireycus Letman (24 receptions, 308 yards) are the key figures in the passing game.

Lowndes at Valdosta

When, where: 8 p.m. Friday, Cleveland Field at Bazemore-Hyder Stadium, Valdosta

Records, rankings: Lowndes is 6-0 overall, 2-0 in Region 1-AAAAAA and No. 4; Valdosta is 3-2, 0-1 and unranked.

Last meeting: Valdosta won 21-17 in 2011.

Three things to know: 1. Many consider this Georgia’s No. 1 rivalry. Valdosta ended a seven-game losing streak to Lowndes in the 2011 game after trailing 17-7 in the final minute. Valdosta scored two touchdowns around an onside kick. The game-winner was a 35-yard TD pass with 17 seconds left. It propelled Valdosta to its first region title since 2003. 2. Lowndes averages 285 yards rushing and 54 yards passing per game. No back averages 10 carries per game, but Nick Burgman (514 yards, 53 carries, 9 touchdowns) is one of the region’s top players. Lowndes’ pass defense is outstanding. The Vikings have 16 sacks and 10 interceptions. 3. Valdosta QB Shelby Wilkes, who directed last year’s comeback win, has 716 yards passing. He has thrown two interceptions in each of Valdosta’s losses, and no interceptions in Valdosta’s wins. Malcolm Joseph (442 yards, eight touchdowns) and Nelson Herring (450 yards, four touchdowns) are the leading rushers.

Manchester at Heard County

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Staples Stadium, Franklin

Records, rankings: Manchester is 4-1 overall, 3-0 in Region 5-AA and unranked; Heard County is 5-0, 3-0 and No. 7.

Last meeting: Heard County won 27-12 in 2011.

Three things to know: 1. RB/DB Daranta Dunson is probably Heard County’s best player. He has rushed for 837 yards and scored 15 touchdowns and made 49 tackles and three interceptions. QB/LB Jonathan Hunt is another of five or six Heard County players who start on offense and defense. He has thrown for 545 yards and made 31 tackles. Dunson and Hunt have returned two kickoffs each for touchdowns. 2. FS Dame Turner is probably Manchester’s best player. He has four interceptions and two kickoff returns for touchdowns. He has thrown a TD pass and caught a TD pass. Linebackers Clentavious Smith (62 tackles) and Tre Bryant (47 tackles) are central to Manchester’s defense, which ranks seventh in Class AA scoring defense, allowing 8.8 points per game. 3. These are the only 5-AA teams without a region loss. Manchester’s last region title was in 2001. Heard’s last region title was in 2006.

McEachern at South Cobb

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Clay Stadium, Austell

Records, rankings: McEachern is 4-2 overall and 4-0 in Region 4-AAAAAA; South Cobb is 5-0 and 3-0. Neither team is ranked.

Last meeting: McEachern won 45-7 in 2011.

Three things to know: 1. McEachern has had success this season using two quarterbacks, often having them on the field together. In a 49-3 victory over Campbell last week, Ty Griffin had 82 yards and two touchdowns rushing, 76 yards and a TD passing and a 17-yard reception. Tymashian Clemons ran for 44 yards and two scores and had 65 yards passing, according to the Marietta Daily Journal. 2. South Cobb QB Stephon Masha threw an 80-yard touchdown pass to Chauncey Ingram and ran for two scores, including the game-winner on a 15-yard run in overtime, in the Eagles’ 27-26 victory over North Cobb last week. Masha has passed for 1,179 yards and rushed for 472 this season. 3. The winner of this game moves into sole possession of first place in Region 4-AAAAAA, but both teams still have two more games against the region’s other top playoff contenders. McEachern faces North Cobb and Hillgrove, while South Cobb has to play Marietta and Hillgrove.

Stephens County at Monroe Area

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Legion Field, Monroe

Records, rankings: Stephens County is 4-1 overall, 1-1 in Region 8-AAAA and unranked; Monroe Area is 5-0, 2-0 and No. 7.

Last meeting: Stephens County won 51-21 in 2011.

Three things to know: 1. Stephens County is primarily a running team, and the overwhelming bulk of the work has gone to Chaz Thornton, a senior who has received interest from Clemson, Georgia Tech, South Carolina and Tennessee, among others. Thornton has 121 of the Indians’ 160 carries and has rushed for 791 yards, including 245 on 40 carries against Hart County on Sept. 14. 2. Monroe Area has the state’s highest-scoring team, averaging 51.4 points after scoring at least 50 in four of the first five games. The Purple Hurricanes are led by QB Stanton Truitt, a former Peachtree Ridge player who has rushed for about 700 yards. 3. These teams were the preseason favorites to win Region 8-AAAA, but Stephens County’s loss to Chestatee two weeks ago has changed the race. Now, if Stephens County loses this game it most likely will finish no higher than third place in the region.

Tucker at Stephenson

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Hallford Stadium, Clarkston

Records, rankings: Tucker is 5-0 overall, 4-0 in Region 6-AAAAA and No. 2; Stephenson is 4-0, 4-0 and No. 4.

Last meeting: This is the teams’ first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Tucker is the highest-scoring team in Class AAAAA, averaging 47.8 points per game. The Tigers do it with a running game that averages 368 yards per game. Yusuf Minor (355 yards and three touchdowns in three games) and Dallas Rivers (501 yards, five games, nine TDs) are the top two rushers in DeKalb County. 2. Stephenson’s 263.8-yard average is the second-best rushing total in DeKalb, but the Jaguars have a more balanced approach. Evan Jones is the leading rusher with 267 yards, but Stephenson has seven players with at least 10 carries, five players with at least 100 yards and nine players with at least one rushing TD. 3. Tucker, Stephenson and M.L. King are all ranked in the top four and tied for first place in Region 6-AAAAA, and their head-to-head meetings over the next four weekends probably will determine the top three seeds for the state playoffs. Although they have been by far DeKalb’s top three programs over the past decade, Tucker has never played either team because they have been in different classifications.

Washington at Grady

When, where: 8 p.m. Saturday, Georgia Dome, Atlanta

Records, rankings: Washington is 5-0 overall, 1-0 in Region 6-AAAA Div. B and No. 6; Grady is 4-1, 1-0 and unranked.

Last meeting: Grady won 26-12 in 2011.

Three things to know: 1. Washington is 5-0 for the first time since 1998, but the Bulldogs had a narrow escape last week in a 26-21 victory against South Atlanta. Washington led at one point 20-0 but needed a 67-yard touchdown pass from Fernanda Tucker to Antavis Rowe with 34 seconds left for the victory. 2. QB Kivon Taylor had two of Grady’s five rushing touchdowns in a 36-0 victory over Therrell last week. Taylor missed the previous game, a 21-0 victory over Lithonia, with an ankle injury and was replaced by Marquavious Henry, who threw three TD passes. 3. This is one of four games that will be played at the Georgia Dome on Saturday. The Atlanta Public Schools middle school championship will be held at 11 a.m., followed by a varsity tripleheader that will include Carver against Therrell at 2 p.m. and Southwest DeKalb against North Atlanta at 5 p.m. Carver, Washington and Grady are tied for first place in Region 6-AAAA Div. B.

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37 comments Add your comment

AVikingFan

October 11th, 2012
8:54 am

Being newly retired means you might get the chance to be the 1st to post on blogs! Goooooo Vikings, beat da Cats!

Coach Morris

October 11th, 2012
8:56 am

Just a not Clark-Atlanta graduates are Head Coaches at GRADY, WASHINGTON, MLK and several other schools across the Atlanta Metro area. Good look for the Mighty Panthers. Just sayin.

Coach Morris

October 11th, 2012
8:58 am

Correction Just a note(lol) Clark-Atlanta graduates are Head Coaches at GRADY , WASHINGTON, MLK as well as several other Atlanta Metro Schools in the area. Amazing how the college never is able to recruit any of the Alumni kids(hummmm)

Titletown USA

October 11th, 2012
9:05 am

Region 6-5A has a series of fortunate events coming up with Tucker, Stephenson and MLK…I am sure the battle of the bands will be just as good, if not better. Them and Region1AA have the most compelling region races this year, imo.

I have tickets to the Winnersville classic, but I am seriously thinking of going 15 min to Quitman GA and watch the Fitzgerald purple hurricanes clash with them Brooks Trojans

Suwanee 0wns

October 11th, 2012
9:57 am

Region 6 – AAAAAA is a potential sleeper and it is very difficult to tell whether this is a strong region or simply a region with 3 teams much stronger than the others.

The top teams – Lambert, Johns Creek, and West Forsyth are characterised by very rapid growth of the student body. Based purely on numbers, fast growing large schools should have some outstanding athletes in their stable. Mill Creek comes to mind as another large fast-growing team that puts many talented kids on the field.

I believe Lambert finished 2nd in their division last year, so they have a bit of playoff experience.

Unfortunately, we will not know much about the relative strength of this division until the playoffs, but this week’s game between Johns Creek and West Forsyth offers a tantalizing taste about the near future. It could turn out that this is a very strong region.

Will

October 11th, 2012
10:41 am

So that means all the teams with Clark Atlanta graduates as head coaches will lose. IM JUST SAYIN!!

THE "CANNON RULES"!!

October 11th, 2012
10:51 am

“Tucker is the highest-scoring team in Class AAAAA, averaging 47.8 points per game”

EAST PAULDING’S RAIDERS are averaging 42.8 points per game BUT have shutout’s against all but NORTH PAULDING and have played 3 of the games with a running clock in the second half. This put the JV team on the field more (which is great for experience) BUT holds down the 2nd half points scored. EAST could EASILY have run up the scores in the games against NEW MANCHESTER, PAULDING COUNTY, & WOODLAND BARTOW but didn’t!

TUCKER like EAST has played several teams that are 0 / 5 on the year and both teams have really only been tested in one game…TUCKER against CEDAR GROVE and EAST against NORTH PAULDING. It will be interesting to see where these averages are come end of season.

TICK…TICK…TICK…BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM!
GO RAIDERS!!!!

KD

October 11th, 2012
11:05 am

You might want to check your records, Monroe hasn’t played Stephens for several years, before Monroe dropped back to AAA, a couple of years ago, they were in AAAA for 2 years.

Tiger4Life

October 11th, 2012
11:07 am

@Cannon

Don’t think Tucker hasn’t played with a running clock games with the JV squad finishing things up. Last year Tucker was the highest scoring team in 4A through the regular season with 48.1 and averaged 34.2 throughout the playoffs. We are gonna put points on the board. No one can stop us!!!

Northside Dawg

October 11th, 2012
11:18 am

At Matthews Cafeteria the other day, I passed by a Tucker coach and said “take it easy on Northside this year”. He did not respond kindly.

THE "CANNON RULES"!!

October 11th, 2012
11:20 am

@Tiger4Life…

I was sure ya’ll had also played with a running clock in some games, BUT you hung 67 points on a 1 / 4 LAKESIDE team and 56 on a 0 / 5 DUNWOODY…I don’t know at what point in the game the points came and could be your JV guys are also strong and couldn’t be stopped. Hey if the other team keeps handing you the ball back you really can’t ask these kids to just “take a knee”…if they get the chance OF COURSE they will try to score!

GOOD LUCK tomorrow night against Stephenson…should be a good one!

TICK…TICK…TICK…BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM!!!
GO RAIDERS!!!

THE "CANNON RULES"!!

October 11th, 2012
11:28 am

@ Tiger4Life”…

I was sure ya’ll had also played with a running clock in some of the games BUT you hung 67 points on a 1 / 4 LAKESIDE team and 56 points on a 0 / 5 DUNWOODY. I don’t know at what point in the game these points came and it could be that your JV guys are also strong and couldn’t be stopped. Hey if the other team keeps giving you the ball back you can’t ask these kids to “take a knee”…if they get the chance to score they both will and should!

GOOD LUCK tomorrow night against Stephenson!!! Should be a good game.

TICK…TICK…TICK…BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM!!!
GO RAIDERS!!!

THE "CANNON RULES"!!

October 11th, 2012
11:29 am

Sorry about the duplicate post…the blog deleted it the first time so I re-posted.

TICK…TICK…TICK…BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM!!!
GO RAIDERS!!!

rwdekalb

October 11th, 2012
12:19 pm

Loser of Mays-Arabia Mountains wont be mathematically eliminated but has little to no chance of being in contention for last playoff spot.

Camden74

October 11th, 2012
1:12 pm

Where are the Stephenson Fans? :-)

True Blue

October 11th, 2012
1:27 pm

The Tucker and Stephenson game will be a Defensive Game. Who ever don’t turn the ball over will win. I know for a fact it want be a shootout. Tucker or Stephenson want score their avg.

Tucker DAD

October 11th, 2012
3:46 pm

I beleive after tomorrow nights game we will leap frog ahead of Northside WR for the number one spot in 5A, and possibly the state.

Northside Dawg

October 11th, 2012
3:56 pm

Tucker has led the whole season in the AP poll.

Reeze

October 11th, 2012
4:27 pm

@ Tucker DaD……Most likely the Tigers will….This region the Eagles are in is pathetic .We could be 10-0 at regulars seasons end and hold the #5 spot because of strength of schedule… How can you get hyped for Lakeside Evans , Hoco , Grovetown and Jones County……Can’t even get a good post started.

JAGNATIONSUPPORTER

October 11th, 2012
4:46 pm

No need to talk we will let our play do our talking! TIME TO SHOW ALL OUR DOUBTERS!

JLS

October 11th, 2012
4:48 pm

Suwanee Owns: Lambert lost in the first round last year. West Forsyth finished second in their region and made it to the elite 8. Only to lose to Grayson. So you are right I think 6 AAAAAA is coming on strong.

5AReg6Fan

October 11th, 2012
4:50 pm

@rwdekalb – No math needed for either Mays or Arabia, the winner and looser chances are NULL. Mays, has lose the head-to-head with SWD and with Stephenson & Tucker on deck…no post season for the 2012 Raiders. Arabia’s lose to Miller Grove, destroyed their chances, even with the head-to-head coming soon with SWD, they have too many loses. The region, at halftime, has its 2012 playoff teams, it’s just the seating for 1-3, and we know who the players are for these spots. SWD has the #4 spot on lock down.

“WE ARE TUCKER” – 20 Consecutive Wins, with Stephenson being victim #21

REGION 6, the best in GA 2012 5A Football……

5AReg6Fan

October 11th, 2012
5:12 pm

@Reeze – We old Tucker fans know just how you and other Eagle fans feel on the strength of your region play and preparation for playoff runs. Back in the early 2000’s Tucker played in a region with only one true regular season tester, Marist, and frankly it cost the tigers program when playoff rolled around, along with possible hardware. Those teams, talent wise, was some of the best Tucker fielded and came away empty and IMO due to the strength of the region. Maybe, we can dream of NSWR joining region 6 in the next reclassification, now that would be loaded and no region in the state can say they are better, including 6A region 1. Oh, well, just a dream, hope to see your Eagles down the road, but this time on the other side of the bracket. (LOL) The Tigers have some unfinished business to take care of, by the names of Stephenson & MLK.

“WE ARE TUCKER” – 20 Consecutive Wins, with Stephenson being victim #21

REGION 6, the best in GA 2012 5A Football……

battleaxekid

October 11th, 2012
6:20 pm

@AVikingFan

Glad you could join us… when did you graduate, and was it from lowndes?

Titletown USA

October 11th, 2012
7:42 pm

5AReg6Fan…..I have no problem giving props to Tucker, Northiside and the rest of 5A (which is where i think Valdosta should be …..but I digress) but even if NSWR were to join, you still can not convince me that it would be better than Region 16A. With the addition of Camden to our region…it’s a wrap.

JAB

October 11th, 2012
9:06 pm

@ 5AReg6Fan, Tucker has not played the quality of teams that Stephenson is use to playing and it will show on tomorrow night Tick Tick kabooooooom, Stephenson will win!!! GO JAGS……

sportsnut

October 11th, 2012
9:19 pm

@ 5AReg6Fan == Good luck to the Tigers this season. Time for the rest of Dekalb to see for themselves what they have been wanting. Go handle business Tucker.

JAB

October 12th, 2012
1:39 am

Stephenson Jaaaaaaaaaguars……

stephensonfinest531

October 12th, 2012
3:55 am

jags pull it out..i think tucker is a good team but i think stephenson finds a way to win..big plays will be the key to the game …who ever can commit the fewest mistakes wins this game no blowout will happen in this game..tucker better make sure them chin straps our on tight cuz its going to be a long night believe dat…go jagggssss

Mays Maniac

October 12th, 2012
8:50 am

I like Washington in this Test , they are on fire and Plus the Coaches ARE Mays Alumni!!!!!! Go Bulldogs….. And it’s cool yes Mays did defeat Arabia Mtn. and have no chance of making into post season but a win is a win no matter what!!!!!! I’m sure all would agree it better to win some than loose them all… The Hill Is Real we are still one of the most hate in the Region. Let your haters be your motivators. We are supporting Washington High this year on a whole as a APS System. Carver(Atl) is Shaking the table as well UNDEFEATED, much success to them as well!!!!

Coffee Trojan#44

October 12th, 2012
10:31 am

1-AAAAAA week 8 preview.

I don’t think that Valdosta is as bad as people think, they have 2 loses, both to top ranked teams. I think Lowndes will pull it out tonight, but it will not be a blowout.

Coffee should get a big win tonight over a beat up Brunswick football team, that one could be a blowout. Go Trojans!

Camden should win easily over a rebuilding Tift Co football team, Tift Co much like Coffee is in it’s 5th consecutive rebuilding season, but should be back next year.

5AReg6Fan

October 12th, 2012
10:35 am

Well I be darn, someone or something (Oct 12th Tucker/Stephenson matchup) has awaking JAB…He’s back and in rare form. (LOL)

@JAB – The Tigers aint scared and like Tucker Dad, mention earlier, Tucker has the HISTORY of winning on the BIG STAGE…Let’s see if your Jags can become the lead on GA HS 5A football stage, tonight they get their audition. (LOL)

“WE ARE TUCKER” – 20 Consecutive Wins, with Stephenson being victim #21

REGION 6, the best in GA 2012 5A Football……

5AReg6Fan

October 12th, 2012
10:44 am

@sportsnut – You know how we do this at Tucker Nation…just win baby win! I’ve been reading your posts on 6A blogs and you been giving them Hell. If Lovejoy reaches the final 4, there will be a lot of I told you so and you been telling them so. (LOL)

“WE ARE TUCKER” – 20 Consecutive Wins, with Stephenson being victim #21

REGION 6, the best in GA 2012 5A Football……

5AReg6Fan

October 12th, 2012
11:23 am

@Titletown USA – Thanks for the props and if the dream of NSWR was in 5A region 6 a few points come to mind. 1) The fans of both regions should demand this class cross over matchup. 2) It should be played on a neutral site over a weekend (Dome) much like the Corkey Kell. 3) It would up stage the Corkey Kell weekend. 4) 6A region 1 will not sweep 5A region 6. 5) It will allow all the D1 scouts a chance to reduce their travel cost. 6) I see the top 4 team’s matchup being EVEN.
Darn let me wake up, because it was all just a dream. (LOL)

“WE ARE TUCKER” – 20 Consecutive Wins, with Stephenson being victim #21

REGION 6, the best in GA 2012 5A Football……

eagleforlife

October 12th, 2012
12:29 pm

Honestly, I’d love for Stephenson to beat Tucker just to shut them up. I’ll be rooting for Stephenson.

sportsnut

October 12th, 2012
2:04 pm

5AReg6Fan == I made it to the Cedar Grove game and I see the Tigers are who they are. Looks like a repeat. They don’t like me in South Georgia. They want to know why I’m always involved in football conversation involving Region 1. They also give Lovejoy no thought. If you have a chance to ever look at that game, LHS vs. Coulquit, you will see LHS beat them all over the field. Couldn’t beat the stripes though. Lovejoy was not without it’s own faults but they were not enough to stop us from getting the W. Hard to win in a place like that. We are here and they, I think are a little to tied up in themselves to worry about little old us. The second season will find an interesting game between Region 1 and Region 2 come the 2nd. round.

Chris

October 12th, 2012
2:08 pm

Tucker vs. Stephenson to be broadcast on the net tonite 7;30

http://www.ghsa.tv/tucker/events/39850