Maxwell Ratings: Lovejoy gets some computer love, up to No. 2 in all-class rankings

Here are the computer Maxwell Ratings entering the semifinals.

First, an explanation, as the playoffs seem to attract the most confusion in interpreting computer rankings.

These rankings are not intended to rank the teams based on their playoff success. That’s what playoff draws and the post-season human polls are intended to do.

Computer rankings help explain what has happened. They evaluate the full season of scores and rank teams in a way that give the best explanation of how the season has turned out to this point. These rankings represent the most likely mathematical explanation to a season full of contradictory scores.

All-Classification

1. Norcross 99.78

2. Lovejoy 89.02

3. North Gwinnett 88.92

4. Camden County 87.81

5. Grayson 85.63

6. Sandy Creek 83.99

7. Colquitt County 83.36

8. Calhoun 83.34

9. South Gwinnett 81.41

10. Northside (Warner Robins) 80.58

11. North Cobb 80.02

12. Lowndes 78.56

13. Lassiter 78.29

14. Parkview 77.48

15. Mill Creek 77.38

16. McEachern 76.34

17. West Forsyth 76.32

18. Buford 74.59

19. Valdosta 74.33

20. M.L. King 73.63

21. Marist 73.37

22. Marietta 73.21

23. Burke County 72.54

24. Brookwood 72.49

25. Ridgeland 72.45

Class AAAAAA

1. Norcross 99.78

2. Lovejoy 89.02

3. North Gwinnett 88.92

4. Camden County 87.81

5. Grayson 85.63

6. Colquitt County 83.36

7. South Gwinnett 81.41

8. North Cobb 80.02

9. Lowndes 78.56

10. Lassiter 78.29

11. Parkview 77.48

12. Mill Creek 77.38

13. McEachern 76.34

14. West Forsyth 76.32

15. Valdosta 74.33

16. Marietta 73.21

17. Brookwood 72.49

18. Johns Creek 71.27

19. Alpharetta 71.06

20. Milton 70.19

21. Walton 70.01

22. Archer 69.84

23. Coffee 69.39

24. Collins Hill 68.85

25. Central Gwinnett 68.42

26. Hillgrove 66.51

27. Chattahoochee 66.36

28. Newnan 65.19

29. Hughes 64.11

30. Peachtree Ridge 61.98

31. Wheeler 60.76

32. South Cobb 60.19

33. Brunswick 58.67

34. Etowah 56.14

35. Lambert 55.49

36. East Coweta 55.31

37. Duluth 55.01

38. Roswell 54.99

39. Dacula 54.6

40. Woodstock 52.85

41. Centennial 51.41

42. Harrison 51.35

43. Tri-Cities 51.2

44. Shiloh 49.48

45. Kennesaw Mountain 48.8

46. South Forsyth 47.63

47. Berkmar 47.16

48. Tift County 47.12

49. Douglas County 42.03

50. Campbell 41.84

51. Newton 41.76

52. North Forsyth 41.48

53. Cherokee 40.89

54. Mountain View 38.76

55. Westlake 34.05

56. Alcovy 32.32

57. Pebblebrook 30.67

58. Rockdale County 24.05

59. Habersham Central 24.02

60. Luella 22.61

61. Druid Hills 21.26

62. Morrow 10.21

63. Meadowcreek 7.52

Class AAAAA

1. Northside (Warner Robins) 80.58

2. M.L. King 73.63

3. Gainesville 71.58

4. Ware County 70.06

5. Whitewater 69.42

6. Tucker 69.37

7. East Paulding 68.89

8. Stephenson 67.27

9. Allatoona 66.52

10. Kell 66

11. Thomas County Central 65.06

12. Flowery Branch 64.51

13. Heritage (Conyers) 59.53

14. North Paulding 58.28

15. Southwest DeKalb 57.83

16. Glynn Academy 57.82

17. Union Grove 57.4

18. Clarke Central 57.17

19. Mays 56.86

20. Creekview 56.84

21. Warner Robins 56.6

22. Rome 56.55

23. Bainbridge 54.46

24. Miller Grove 54.41

25. Creekside 53.28

26. Richmond Hill 52.23

27. Harris County 51.67

28. South Paulding 51.25

29. Lee County 50.9

30. Pope 50.15

31. Apalachee 48.68

32. Northgate 48.26

33. Jones County 48.16

34. Sequoyah 47.68

35. Arabia Mountain 46.08

36. Hiram 45.77

37. Loganville 44.5

38. Riverwood 44.33

39. Cedar Shoals 43.55

40. Effingham County 42.92

41. Drew 42.73

42. Lakeside (Evans) 40.71

43. Mundy’s Mill 40.12

44. Sprayberry 39.44

45. Villa Rica 39.42

46. McIntosh 39.07

47. Grovetown 36.46

48. Jenkins 35.42

49. Hardaway 34.11

50. Houston County 33.15

51. Winder-Barrow 32.91

52. Starr’s Mill 32.66

53. Northview 32.56

54. Salem 32.08

55. Ola 30.08

56. Evans 28.82

57. Greenbrier 28.74

58. New Manchester 27.73

59. Dunwoody 26.46

60. Woodland (Cartersville) 26.36

61. Lithia Springs 25.77

62. North Atlanta 25.33

63. Lakeside (DeKalb) 24.99

64. Paulding County 24.91

65. Forsyth Central 23.09

66. Bradwell Institute 20.4

67. Osborne 19.22

68. Windsor Forest 17.75

69. Northside (Columbus) 16.44

70. Mount Zion (Jonesboro) 11.17

71. Clarkston 10.01

72. Cambridge 2.95

73. Groves 2.69

74. Forest Park -0.69

75. North Springs -15.84

Class AAAA

1. Sandy Creek 83.99

2. Marist 73.37

3. Burke County 72.54

4. Ridgeland 72.45

5. Carrollton 68.43

6. Stockbridge 62.18

7. Griffin 59.47

8. Monroe 57.31

9. Westside (Macon) 57.1

10. Monroe Area 56.7

11. Carver (Atlanta) 56.45

12. Cairo 56.29

13. Mary Persons 55.81

14. Dalton 55.28

15. Grady 54.97

16. Washington 54.33

17. Jonesboro 54.14

18. LaGrange 53.53

19. Chamblee 53.46

20. Wayne County 51.92

21. Baldwin 49.51

22. Stephens County 49.46

23. Riverdale 49.44

24. Cass 48.97

25. Gilmer 48.51

26. Northwest Whitfield 48.14

27. Statesboro 47.98

28. Perry 47.73

29. Columbia 47.71

30. River Ridge 47.53

31. Westover 47.45

32. South Effingham 47

33. Chestatee 46.49

34. Shaw 46.35

35. Eastside 45.48

36. Dutchtown 44.6

37. Pickens 44.07

38. Cedartown 41.36

39. Locust Grove 40.55

40. Veterans 40.03

41. West Laurens 40.02

42. Upson-Lee 39.91

43. North Clayton 39.63

44. Banneker 38.3

45. Lithonia 36.67

46. Troup 36.5

47. Americus-Sumter 35.09

48. Lanier 34.91

49. Worth County 34.39

50. Crisp County 33.8

51. Liberty County 32.86

52. Woodland (Stockbridge) 32.75

53. South Atlanta 32.47

54. Stone Mountain 31.7

55. Rutland 31.55

56. Redan 30.66

57. Spalding 30.64

58. Eagle’s Landing 30.17

59. Johnson (Gainesville) 27.5

60. Fayette County 26.92

61. Albany 26.58

62. Southeast Whitfield 25.87

63. Richmond Academy 24.59

64. Alexander 24.54

65. Dougherty 23.51

66. LaFayette 18.17

67. Lumpkin County 12.49

68. Cross Creek 11.72

69. Therrell 10.51

70. Heritage (Catoosa) 9.79

71. Glenn Hills 9.02

72. Madison County 7.28

73. Walnut Grove 5.13

74. Howard 0.41

75. Columbus -0.16

76. Butler -1.2

77. Hephzibah -14.33

Class AAA

1. Buford 74.59

2. Thomson 70.51

3. Cartersville 70.34

4. Washington County 67.35

5. St. Pius X 65.56

6. North Hall 64.31

7. Carver (Columbus) 63.25

8. North Oconee 59.57

9. Peach County 58.5

10. Blessed Trinity 57.98

11. Cedar Grove 52.23

12. Woodward Academy 52.11

13. Callaway 50.67

14. Morgan County 49.99

15. Gordon Central 47.42

16. Hart County 44.95

17. Ringgold 44.11

18. Elbert County 43.78

19. White County 43.67

20. Pierce County 42.08

21. Jefferson County 42.05

22. Appling County 41.64

23. Adairsville 41.29

24. Lakeview-Ft. Oglethorpe 41.12

25. Jackson 40.6

26. Jackson County 40.21

27. Pike County 39.74

28. Dodge County 37.88

29. Dawson County 37.08

30. Rockmart 35.89

31. Decatur 33.98

32. North Murray 32.75

33. Swainsboro 32.36

34. Chapel Hill 30.05

35. Central (Carrollton) 29.44

36. Johnson (Savannah) 27.92

37. Tattnall County 26.42

38. Jackson (Atlanta) 25.62

39. Oconee County 24.81

40. East Hall 22.64

41. McNair 22.09

42. Savannah 21.73

43. Central (Macon) 21.47

44. Southeast Bulloch 18.79

45. Franklin County 18.65

46. B.E.S.T Academy 18.01

47. Beach 17.69

48. Southwest 16.99

49. Haralson County 16.76

50. Sonoraville 14.95

51. West Hall 13.81

52. Henry County 13.6

53. Coahulla Creek 12.93

54. Fannin County 8.11

55. Banks County 7.96

56. Douglass 6.24

57. Brantley County 0.55

58. East Jackson -2.8

59. Towers -7.9

60. Cross Keys -42.44

Class AA

1. Calhoun 83.34

2. Brooks County 69.02

3. Jefferson 66.58

4. Lamar County 61.58

5. Fitzgerald 60.32

6. Washington-Wilkes 59.2

7. Lovett 57.04

8. Greater Atlanta Christian 56.66

9. Vidalia 52.98

10. Early County 52.84

11. Cook 49.81

12. McIntosh County Academy 49.54

13. Westminster 46.78

14. Heard County 46.58

15. Benedictine 46.05

16. Bleckley County 44.6

17. Screven County 42.28

18. Northeast 41.06

19. Toombs County 39.82

20. Thomasville 38.53

21. Laney 37.41

22. Bacon County 37.09

23. Wesleyan 35.73

24. Manchester 35.43

25. Bowdon 32.61

26. East Laurens 31.67

27. Macon County 31.25

28. Long County 31.06

29. Pepperell 28.81

30. Bryan County 26.17

31. Kendrick 22.05

32. Bremen 22.02

33. Taylor County 21.35

34. Model 20.57

35. Putnam County 17.87

36. Rabun County 17.6

37. Berrien 16.22

38. Metter 15.35

39. Coosa 14.18

40. Jeff Davis 13.31

41. Greene County 12.61

42. Union County 10.89

43. Westside (Augusta) 10.82

44. Spencer 10.69

45. Dade County 9.5

46. Pelham 9.38

47. Hapeville 7.75

48. Oglethorpe County 7.05

49. Chattahoochee County 5.41

50. Dublin 5.22

51. Armuchee 3.83

52. Temple 1.23

53. Monticello 0.6

54. Chattooga -0.48

55. Atkinson County -0.53

56. Riverside Military -1.7

57. Harlem -1.96

58. Josey -2.59

59. Crawford County -9.02

60. Jordan -12.76

61. Social Circle -18.99

62. Murray County -23.7

Class A (public)

1. Emanuel County Institute 55.63

2. Lincoln County 55.49

3. Wilkinson County 49.31

4. Wilcox County 48.49

5. Dooly County 41.49

6. Irwin County 39.38

7. Trion 38.83

8. Seminole County 34.95

9. Marion County 34.87

10. Turner County 31.86

11. Claxton 31.35

12. Jenkins County 31.24

13. Johnson County 30.87

14. Mount Zion (Carroll) 30.81

15. Hancock Central 29.79

16. Miller County 29.43

17. Charlton County 27.95

18. Gordon Lee 27.84

19. Clinch County 27.73

20. Telfair County 25.94

21. Greenville 25.61

22. Mitchell County 24

23. Hawkinsville 23.94

24. Commerce 22.71

25. Treutlen 22.07

26. Twiggs County 18.24

27. Terrell County 15.32

28. Georgia Military College 13.68

29. Schley County 8.92

30. Randolph-Clay 7.69

31. Warren County 7.48

32. Lanier County 7.23

33. Portal 6.13

34. Wheeler County 1.31

35. Glascock County 1.23

36. Calhoun County -3.32

37. Towns County -7.06

38. Rabun Gap -8.04

39. Central (Talbotton) -9.66

40. Baconton -9.73

41. Stewart County -13.69

42. Montgomery County -18.05

Class A (private)

1. Eagle’s Landing Christian 65.32

2. Prince Avenue Christian 52.81

3. Athens Academy 49.88

4. George Walton Academy 49.56

5. Landmark Christian 47.87

6. Aquinas 46.4

7. Calvary Day 46.1

8. Savannah Christian 44.08

9. Walker 43.39

10. First Presbyterian 40.91

11. Darlington 40.6

12. Our Lady of Mercy 38.29

13. Holy Innocents 35.91

14. Brookstone 35.6

15. Whitefield Academy 30.9

16. Pinecrest Academy 30.65

17. Athens Christian 30.26

18. Mount Pisgah Christian 29.24

19. King’s Ridge 28.17

20. Mount Paran Christian 27.81

21. Pace Academy 25.69

22. Christian Heritage 20.96

23. Lakeview Academy 19.31

24. Savannah Country Day 15.91

25. Strong Rock Christian 8.75

26. Pacelli 4.95

27. Mount Vernon -1.51

28. Fellowship Christian -3.74

29. St. Francis -7.26

30. Hebron Christian Academy -19.78

31. North Cobb Christian -20.61

32. Providence Christian -26.07

33. Southwest Atlanta Christian -27.48

The ratings are compiled by Loren Maxwell, who has been involved with sports ratings since 1986. Maxwell is an avid sports historian and the founder of the Georgia High School Football Historians Association. Currently, he is an active duty officer in the Air Force as an instructor at the Air Force Institute of Technology.

37 comments Add your comment

some sense

December 4th, 2012
1:48 pm

Are you correct w/ classifications? Marist is AAAA and St. Pius X is AAA. BTW…A shame they haven’t been playing each other, particularly after SPX seemed to be gaining the upper hand.

RobFromNorcross

December 4th, 2012
1:50 pm

Norcross (13-0) has previously defeated #3 North Gwinnett, #4 Camden, #7 South Gwinnett twice, #11 Parkview and #12 Mill Creek making Norcross 6-0 against the Top 12. Norcross has also beaten #24, #27 and #30 making Norcross 9-0 against teams in the Top 30 of AAAAAA.

Colquitt has defeated #2 Lovejoy, #4 Camden, #11 Parkview and #13 McEachern, but has losses to #3 North Gwinnett, #9 Lowndes and #15 Valdosta– making Colquitt 4-3 against teams in the Top 15. Colquitt has also beaten #23 and #28 making them 6-3 against the Top 30 in AAAAAA.

RobFromNorcross

December 4th, 2012
1:53 pm

Both Colquitt and Norcross have played tough schedules full of good teams that have prepared them for the big game ahead on Friday night. It should be a classic!

Big Fan

December 4th, 2012
2:08 pm

Your explanation contradicts itself.
(These rankings are not intended to rank the teams based on their playoff success. That’s what playoff draws and the post-season human polls are intended to do.

Computer rankings help explain what has happened. They evaluate the full season of scores and rank teams in a way that give the best explanation of how the season has turned out to this point. These rankings represent the most likely mathematical explanation to a season full of contradictory scores.)

Not based on playoff success but rank teams on how the season turned out to this point? To this point includes playoffs. So to rank Washington County above SPX when SPX beat them on the field for example is confusing.

Foreal

December 4th, 2012
2:17 pm

Rob, don’t forget #53 Mountain View , # 59 habersham and the Monsters on the otherside of norcoss #63 meadowcreek

RobFromNorcross

December 4th, 2012
4:42 pm

And the scores were 48-6 and 55-0 and 56-6 in those games, all with a running clock for the entire second half, and the JV playing for Norcross. What is your point?

Colquitt played a AAAAA team and won by 2, played a AAA team, and played #48 Tift Co. Teams aren’t evaluated on their wins against teams they are expected to beat by 21 points. Unless they lose.

Loren Maxwell

December 4th, 2012
4:54 pm

@Big Fan: “Your explanation contradicts itself . . .Not based on playoff success but rank teams on how the season turned out to this point? To this point includes playoffs. So to rank Washington County above SPX when SPX beat them on the field for example is confusing.”

Perhaps it should have stated “These rankings are not intended to rank the teams based on their playoff success alone.”

Yes St. Pius X defeated Washington County, but Woodward Academy defeated St. Pius X as well while also losing to Lovett, Blessed Trinity, and Cedar Grove, all of which St. Pius X defeated.

There is no way to resolve all those contradictions, but the ratings represent the most mathematically likely answer.

Loren Maxwell

December 4th, 2012
4:56 pm

@some sense: “Are you correct w/ classifications? Marist is AAAA and St. Pius X is AAA.”

I think you’re looking at the All-Classification rankings.

Marist shows #2 under the AAAA ratings and St. Pius X #5 under the AAA ratings.

Warrior Nation

December 4th, 2012
6:06 pm

Still no love for North Cobb. :( That’s okay. It motivates our boys.

jvillebil

December 4th, 2012
6:27 pm

Did you notice in the all classifications ranking that Calhoun AA is ranked ahead of Northside Warner Robins ranked #1 in AAAAA. I don’t buy it.

Patriot Power

December 4th, 2012
7:16 pm

Is there added weight for playing in AAAAAA?

Loren Maxwell

December 4th, 2012
9:21 pm

@Patriot Power: “Is there added weight for playing in AAAAAA?”

No, the ratings are compiled without consideration for the classification. However, the larger classifications will naturally tend to have stronger teams.

RobFromNorcross

December 4th, 2012
10:06 pm

Loren, are there really enough games played across the classification boundaries to allow meaningful statistical comparison which would allow you to calculate an all-classification list?

obee

December 4th, 2012
10:50 pm

it’s sad refs making bad calls,just finishing watching replay stephenson & ware county football.taking fun out of the game.

Jacketaxe

December 4th, 2012
11:57 pm

Northside @ Calhoun would be a blast

First Down Creek!!!!

December 5th, 2012
12:23 am

Sandy Creek dominated their AAAAAA opponents. Newnan never reached the red zone against SC and they should have beaten Colquitt. Not saying that all of AAAA can beat the highest classification, but there isn’t much difference between AAAA’s top teams and AAAAAA.

Abu Dhabi

December 5th, 2012
7:27 am

IF you are foolish enough to hang your hat on a computer generated statistical formula, then so be it. Just don’t be too disappointed when I’m sitting in the GA Dome eating my rib sandwich next week. You see my dear, football is not won on a computer, or from sports writers speculations, but on the football field with hard work, determination, heart and a ride or die attitude. I just love me some North Cobb Warriors. You are the truth. Let’s Ride!

YELLERJACKETZ1

December 5th, 2012
9:27 am

JVILLEBIL IT IS POSSIBLE THAT A #1 IN AA COULD BEAT A #1 IN AAAAA .CAMDEN CO. AND GRAYSON WHAT? THEY R OUTTA HERE!

Loren Maxwell

December 5th, 2012
10:07 am

@RobFromNorcross: “are there really enough games played across the classification boundaries to allow meaningful statistical comparison which would allow you to calculate an all-classification list?”

I show 429 cross-classification games out of the 2240 regular season games, or roughly 17.5%. To me, in general that’s enough, although it might not hold as well if we were to look at how well specific teams are connected to the whole.

Loren Maxwell

December 5th, 2012
10:16 am

Below is another look at classification strength. This is not the average, but rather the rating required to win half of all games against teams in that classification in an infinite home-away-neutral round robin tournament.

It shows the average Class AAAAA team would beat the average Class AA team by about 18 points, but of course any particular team could be better than another in a higher classification.

Of interest is the private Class A schools are actually better than the Class AA average.


Rank Division Rating HmAdv Rank
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1 AAAAAA 59.55 1.69 2
2 AAAAA 43.27 1.57 6
3 AAAA 40.24 1.55 7
4 AAA 33.84 1.57 5
5 A-Pri 28.01 1.57 4
6 AA 24.90 1.70 1
7 A-Pub 21.43 1.69 3

Loren Maxwell

December 5th, 2012
10:24 am

One note to remember about Calhoun is that they dominated Brooks County, who beat Valdosta at Valdosta. While this doesn’t constitute treating Brooks County as through they defeated all the great Valdosta teams of the past, it is an example of a strong AA team beating a decent AAAAAA team. Although Valdosta has been on the wrong side of a couple of routes, they also played within two points of Colquitt County, a current AAAAAA semifinalist, and within three points of Lowndes.

Squirrell

December 5th, 2012
10:43 am

This is so fun to watch!

Here’s the ABSOLUTE-TRUTH!

Packers have not played a COMPLETE game all year!

If they DO-IT Friday night and minimize turnovers,

They win by at-least 21!

Jefferson

December 5th, 2012
10:52 am

Congrats to Brooks on that Valdosta win, that is something to remember for those guys.

YELLERJACKETZ1

December 5th, 2012
10:54 am

ANOTHER THING TO NOTE: CALHOUN OPENED THE SEASON AGAINST 3 AAAA TEAMS TO START THE SEASON .THEY ARE ALL 3 RANKED IN THE TOP 14 IN AAAA RIGHT NOW .IF CALHOUN WOULD NOT HAVE PINNED A LOSS ON THEM THEY WOULD BE RANKED HIGHER ESPECIALLY RIDGELAND #4 ! IF RIDGELAND WINS AAAA AND CALHOUN WINS AA WOULD THAT MAKE CALHOUN THE AA AND AAAA CHAMPS ? HAHA JUST KIDDING. GOOD LUCK RIDGELAND WIN AAAA ! GO CALHOUN YELLERJACKETZ !!!!!!!!

YELLERJACKETZ1

December 5th, 2012
11:06 am

LOOKS LIKE BROOKS IS GOING TO HAVE TO TOTE THAT HEAVY HAMMER FOR AT LEAST ANOTHER YEAR

Squirrell

December 5th, 2012
11:11 am

Squirrell

December 5th, 2012
11:06 am
Packers are not the “same” team Norcross faced in scrimmage!
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Wayne Grandy
The Moultrie Observer The Moultrie Observer Tue Dec 04, 2012, 10:45 PM EST

MOULTRIE — Back on September 7, Colquitt County held Lovejoy to just a single, fourth-quarter touchdown in a 14-7 victory over a team that has one of the top offenses in the state.

The Packers will face a similar task on Friday when they travel to Norcross to meet an undefeated Blue Devils team that might have more weapons than Lovejoy.

Expecting the Packers defense to allow just seven points might be unrealistic.

With an accurate and veteran quarterback in Joseph Wilber, an All-State and highly coveted running back in Alvin Kamara and a big, productive junior receiver in Myles Autry, the Blue Devils are likely to put some points on the board.

They did it when they visited Tom White Field at Mack Tharpe Stadium last August in the scrimmage they won 33-31.

The Packers might find themselves involved in a track meet, but they have an experience arsenal of their own.

Quarterback Cole Segraves has proved he thrives in the the postseason and is 6-1 in playoff starts.

He has completed 163-of-273 passes for 2,098 yards and 10 touchdowns this season and has made some highlight-reel throws the last several weeks.

And Packers coach Rush Propst and offensive coordinator Jeff Hammond have been adding to the playbook as the season has gone on.

And as the season has progressed, more players have played crucial roles.

Bobby Hill continues to be the Packers primary target. He leads the team with 73 catches for 1051 yards and six touchdowns.

He caught just three passes in the victory at Parkview last Friday, but two were worth several looks.

Hill willed himself into the end zone on a 35-yard touchdown pass that gave the Packers their first lead in the third quarter.

He had another in the fourth quarter that resulted in a first down that brought the Packer fans out of their seats.

And Hill may find more maneuvering room in the secondary and Todd Boyd continues to develop.

With 40 catches for 771 yards, he has become nearly as dependable as Hill.

The Packers are beginning to show that they can run with some effectiveness, whether with Segraves toting or giving to Sihiem King, John Boatwright or Maleek Lewis.

And the opposition should not forget about versatile sophomore Javonta Woods. Or Kishaun Taylor and Deonte Johnson, who are capable to turning in plays. As is tight end Nate Madison, when he is called upon.

The Packers offensive line will again be called upon to protect Segraves and provide some space for King, Boatwright and Lewis.

Junior right tackle Gabe Mobley is coming off his best game of the season.

The other four — tackle Octavius Jackson, guards Travis Register and Jeffery Davis and center Dalton Dillon — are seniors who have logged plenty of snaps over the last 27 games.

The Blue Devils did not see the broad spectrum of the Packers offense in August, when Segraves completed 7-of-9 passes for 66 yards and a touchdown pass to Hill.

Lewis rushed for 107 yards and a touchdown on seven carries.

GHSA Fan Police

December 5th, 2012
11:32 am

After listening to the Colquitt Packer fans this week, we are highly confused as I know much of the posters on this site are as well. Therefore, we wanted to find a way to “profile” them so we could all recognize them. So the following is a pretty good way to determine who the Packer fans are.
You are most likely a Colquitt Packer fan if:

1. You think “loading the dishwasher” means getting your wife drunk.
2. You ever cut your grass and found a car.
3. The Salvation Army declines your mattress.
4. You’ve ever raked leaves in your kitchen.
5. Your wife’s job requires her to wear an orange vest.
6. Your lifetime dream is to own a fireworks stand.
7. You have the Moultrie taxidermist’s number on speed dial.
8. You’ve ever hit a deer with your car…deliberately.
9. You’ve ever given rat traps as stocking stuffers.
10. Your grandma has “ammo” on her Christmas list.
11. The taillight covers of your car are made of red tape.
12. You prefer car keys to Q-tips.
13. Your wife’s hairdo has ever been ruined by a ceiling fan.
14. You consider a six-pack and a bug-zapper high-quality entertainment.
15. One of your brother-in-law is also your uncle.
16. You had to remove a toothpick for wedding pictures.
17. You consider a family reunion a good place to find Mrs. Right.
18. Your dog and your wallet are both on chains.
19. Your dog can’t watch you eat without gagging.
20. The fifth grade is referred to as “your senior year,”

Thank you for your time.

GHSA Fan Police

Colquitt97

December 5th, 2012
3:55 pm

@ GHSA Fan Police: You forgot #21.
You are most likely a Colquitt Packer fan if:
21. You are walking out of the Norcross stadium on Dec. 7th planning your trip to the Georiga Dome on the 15th.

Thanks for your time as well!

Colquitt97

The Cross

December 5th, 2012
4:18 pm

Colquitt 97- Sorry.

21. You are planning your trip to the Dome to watch Norcross win the State Championship.

Happy?

sportsnut

December 5th, 2012
4:43 pm

This shows how much we are thought of. The Blog is about Lovejoy getting it’s due and only 2 mentions and they are associated with losing. Never mind. Lovejoy is waiting.
@ Squirell == If Lovejoy and Colquit meet again, it will not be in Moultrie. No preferential treatment. No home cooking. No brother-in-law ref. If and when they do meet again, bring a lunch.

Colquitt Supporter

December 5th, 2012
5:18 pm

@ Fan Police – I kind of like #1:)

WILDHAWG2012

December 5th, 2012
6:46 pm

@fan police-Good stuff if i was a Jeff Foxworthy fan.Ok Jeff is alright but he is not Kevin Hart!! And as a fan police i hope u have enough handcuffs for the whole Packer team and Pack Nation for all the disorderly conduct thats about to take place in the Norcross Stadium as we rob Norcross of their chance at a title!! And i am a Packer Fan and Proud of it.Go Pack!!!!

Iaskwho?

December 5th, 2012
7:39 pm

Who has North Cobb and Lovejoy beat?
NC an off year Valdosta
Lovejoy North Gwinnett with a QB at 60%

Winner of CC/Norcross wins it all.

sportsnut

December 6th, 2012
5:31 pm

Are there any Wing T teams remaining ?

Lovejoy#1

December 6th, 2012
10:25 pm

Just keep on sleeping on them Wildcats. Just like Alpharetta , Marietta,North Gwinnett and tomorrow North Cobb.

Lovejoy#1

December 6th, 2012
10:33 pm

If you guys are falling for that NG 60% QB crap. You are crazy. I watched a lot of film on him. My question is when was he ever better then 60%. Remember 1.5 to 2.0 seconds that all you got.

GTVET

December 7th, 2012
3:21 pm

Thing is Calhoun could whip ANY team in any class,and Ridgeland should be in the top ten.Cartersville (another NW Ga. Monster) will also take state……….just opinion which is all that’s ever here.BUT….THE game of the year is fact…GO NAVY BEAT ARMY!!!!!! Navy 28……..Army 17