Northside-Warner Robins 31, McIntosh 21

By Stephen Black

Score Atlanta

Northside-Warner Robins scored 17 points in the final eight minutes to advance to the second round of the Class AAAAA playoffs. The No. 2-seed out of Region 2 used a 3-yard run by running back Willie Jordan to tie the game, then Jurmon Weaver caught a 75-yard pass from quarterback Marcus Ivory to give the Eagles a 28-21 lead.

After causing a fumble by McIntosh running back Victor Nguyen on the Chiefs’ 20-yard line, Isaac Rivera connected on a 20-yard field goal to clinch the win for Northside.

The Eagles led 14-0 in the first quarter, but watched as Nguyen and McIntosh tied the game just before the half. The Chiefs then took a 21-14 lead midway through the third.

Northside advanced to face Ware County next Friday in Waycross. The teams met last year in the semifinals, a 24-17 overtime win by Ware County.

63 comments Add your comment

fan

November 17th, 2013
12:15 am

how good is northside wow

Gamer

November 17th, 2013
7:47 am

NSWR has better improve their pass defense—a weakness for years. I am sure all opponent know this by now.

Northside Dawg

November 17th, 2013
8:47 am

Ware has too much offense, with a mobile QB who can also go deep.

TUCKFAN2

November 17th, 2013
9:57 am

Northside-Warner Robins does it again! This must be the “come back team” of AAAAA football in Georgia. Tucker has experienced this on more than one occasion, in the Dome a few years ago and as recent as last year in the quarterfinals. Well last year, I blame it partly on the coaches to allow our kicker to kick the ball to their best player with less than two minutes left in the ball game after we scored. Needless to say what happened.
This team will never stop or give up until the game clock has all zero’s. You have to take their breath away in order to win. One of the reasons they are able to do this is because they do NOT play any guys both ways so they are always fresh. So in the fourth quarter when your defense gets a little winded watch out!

WAREIS4REAL!!

November 17th, 2013
11:23 am

Aye NSWR fans and players…..congrats on your FINAL comeback of the year. That won’t happen next week. Bring your A-Game because we are bringing ours!!

….and for the smarties that may come back and say you don’t need a comeback if you have one more point than the next team; I get that. But I have watched NSWR. They flirt with disaster too much. Ware has an offense more potent than anything the Eagles will ever see in 2013. I regret to inform that your run ends next week.

WAREIS4REAL!!

November 17th, 2013
11:33 am

Same to Tucker…………if you make it into the following week, because you also flirt with disaster too much. Keep racking up all of those penalties and East Paulding wll break your hearts.

Your coaches are wasting all of that awesome talent over there by allowing you’ll to make the ame mistakes week after week. I drove to Hallford and watched the Stephenson game on 10/11. The game should not have been as close as the final score showed. Tucker’s defense outplayed Stephenson’s from whistle to whistle, but your discipline issues, bar none are the worse I have seen in all of Georgia football and your coaches don’t seem to be capable of fixing that…..and who was that parent that got escorted off the sideline for running his mouth at the Stephenson game? At Ware, our coaching staffs are in control of the entire game. No parent is allowed to talk to coaches during games, let alone stand on the sideline. This aint the circus and I can assure you that kids who make mistakes get it really fast that mistakes will not be tolerated. I will tell you now that initially we hoped we didnt have to face Tucker, but now we welcome it. You guys are the 2000 through 2011 Stephenson Jags. “Tons of talent, but always willing to waste it”.

East Paulding, go whup that butt then come get yours down south the folowing week.

Angus

November 17th, 2013
12:12 pm

Bring on the Eagles….

Gamer

November 17th, 2013
1:45 pm

Look, I am a NSWR fan but I grant you with all the talk about Tucker, no coach will volunteer their team to play Tucker. So Ware folks you will play a weaken NSWR of past years but hold your talk against Tucker. I hate so see them do a Gainsville on you. NSWR will be there next Friday.

Gamer

November 17th, 2013
1:46 pm

I meant “to see”

eaglenationrising

November 17th, 2013
2:28 pm

Northside is placed in a “comeback” situation this season because Head Coach Kevin Kinsler, a man that I have a great deal of respect for…who was my coach from 1989-1992, has placed a “Legacy” quarterback under center.

When Northside was playing “comeback” last season, it was because Tucker had superior talent (count the number of Division I signees on last season’s Tucker team compared to last season’s Northside team). Ware County was better than us and I am still lost as to how they got housed in the State Championship by an up and down Gainesville team (most losses of a State Champion in years).

Marcus Ivory looks 5′7″ and he is the son of a former Northside starting QB and the younger brother of the best Northside QB ever. The problem is Marcus could not beat out another QB in his class, Glynn Smith. Smith led Northside’s comeback against Tucker and led our Eagles to scoring 10 points in 17 seconds at Ware County. Now, all of a sudden he is no longer the starting QB this season. He is playing a slotback position and rushing 1000 yards and has a few hundred receiving.

However, Marcus Ivory is arguably the worst Northside starting QB in 25 years. Worse the young man has horrible body language and throws tantrums on the sideline. It is not his fault. Adults and coaches decided to make this move. It has been a disaster. Any Eagle that contributes to Northside football, as I do, should take a long look at what happened this season when evaluating future financial gifts. What has happened with the Ivory/Smith QB situation for the 2013 season is a borderline disgrace.

We do not have “legacy” players at Northside. Every man earns his place. Clearly, Marcus Ivory has not. His play is reflective of a player that lacks talent. I do not have a problem with that. He did not name himself starting QB. However, he can control his attitude. I was on the field with a number of other letterwinners a few weeks ago. I was almost speechless watching this young man’s behavior. He should NEVER start at QB again in his career. Of course, he is starting. If he had played the entire game, we would have lost to McIntosh. I know it and all honest Northside fans know it too.

I hope Ware County does not make an example of us Friday night in downtown Waycross. :-(

eaglenationrising

November 17th, 2013
2:37 pm

@ Gamer: I would play Tucker on any past season. I do not even want Houston County or Veterans with this “Legacy” quarterback under center. That young man will hoist a white flag if he gets down…3 points, 7 points. He all but QUIT during the Warner Robins game. I am not talking about his poor play, because anyone can have a bad game. I am talking about his demonstrative front-running behavior on the sidelines. He never encouraged one player. He just kicked his feet up and lean against the bench. I have, honestly, NEVER witnessed a Northside quarterback behave like that young man. I give much more than the $100 necessary to become a Lifetime member. If this is the new face of Northside, I will be moving my charitable donations in a different direction.

The manner that the program has treated Glynn Smith is GUTLESS! He deserves to be the starting QB. The comebacks that he engineered display the leadership of a special player. I do not care if he is not the best passer. Look at the stats. He is certainly a more effective passer than our current starting quarterback, Marcus Ivory. Again, I dislike folks bashing kids. Ivory did not name himself the starter. The truth is very clear. Smith is a SUPERIOR quarterback (on the field) to Ivory. Ivory’s leadership skills are laughable. Players do not follow him because he can not lead. Watch the 4th quarter of the Tucker game on YouTube. Watch the last minute of the Northside vs. Ware County game. Clearly, Smith is a leader. He represents everything positive about Northside football. His opportunity to pursue a State Championship was stolen from him by Northside’s coaching staff. The responsibility falls upon Kevin Kinsler. He MUST be thoroughly evaluated after what has happened this season.

Take a look at that cupcake bracket that Warner Robins is playing in. I guarantee you that Smith leads us to a two to three touchdown win over Warner Robins and we are sitting eating cupcakes all the way to the Georgia Dome. This is a lost season with Ivory at QB. You know it and I know it too.

mrjames

November 17th, 2013
2:41 pm

Marcus Ivory was 17 out 24 for 202 yards, 70% passes completed. Not sure what you expect from a high school QB . I agree Glenn Smith is the better athlete, but having Ivory throw him the ball gives Smith the ball in space. Also not sure we went to the same game, Northside was losing until Ivory started passing, it was the arm of Ivory that brought Northside back. Get real, and stop lambasting kids on the net, you are grown man, what did gain by your little rant?

Patrick

November 17th, 2013
2:52 pm

ENR, your hemorrhoids flaring up or what?

mrjames

November 17th, 2013
2:58 pm

eaglenationrising your post is disgusting and sad. There really is no excuse for a grown man to call out a student in public the way you have. It boggles my mind that you call yourself a northside fan.
You obviously don’t want Northside to win, because your words will tear this team apart. beside that, you are freakin wrong, The kid was 17 out of 24 for over 200 yards, in what world is that not good enough????

jvillebil

November 17th, 2013
3:45 pm

I think it will be another epic game in the swamp between NSWR and Ware County. I was at both previous games and will be there Friday night. Last year the onside kick that traveled 40 yards and bounced off the Ware receiver and was recovered by NSWR with just a few seconds left was the craziest thing I ever saw. Ware had to regroup early in this season with a lot of new players. We beat Valdosta in the pre-season but looked out of sync against Coffee. The past 5 to 6 weeks they really look strong on both sides of the ball and I think they learned a lot last year in the Gainesville game. I was at that game and Watson made some great plays but also Ware gave up some early turnovers and got down and could never recover. I look forward to another good game in the Swamp.

blu eagle

November 17th, 2013
4:49 pm

One thing you forget ENR other than a rant about a 17 yr old kid is that with him at qb you have Smith and Jordan who are playmakers with the ball. Ivory is at worst a functioning qb who can run the offense. I do not make any promises in the game at Ware as we will see.

blu eagle

November 17th, 2013
4:56 pm

One other thought, Mcintosh had a very good offense that was clicking on all cylinders, do not take anything away from them. I do not see anyone beating Tucker not ware not g ville not NSWR mark it down!

Gainesville-Steve

November 17th, 2013
5:27 pm

blu eagle just go to a room and take Tucker with you. Even Tucker don’t believe that garbage. Maybe you are trying to psych them out….oh, good one.

THAT’S DUMB!!

Play the frickkin game and watch them fumble all over themselves. The ONLY team we expected to give us any challenge playee like wussies and lost to Stephenson last Friday. Oh well, just like last year, Gainesville has to carry the weight of the whole region on our elephant backs.

D-Wat and company, just like lasr year you have to kick arse one game at a time and take names later like we used to say in the army.

In my opinion the 2 teams that will meet in the dome are Gainesville and Creekside with Gainesville embarassing Creekside so much they might try to petition to drop to 4A next year.

In 5A here is the lsit of the best teams from 1 down (forget about the AJC ranking…it is always wrong anyway).

1) Gainesville
2) Creekside
3) Ware
4) Kell and Warner Robins tie

and a distant

5) Stephenson, Tucker and NSWR tie.

The rest could rank themselves wherever they want……………..all cupcakes anyway.

BcS2010

November 17th, 2013
5:42 pm

The last time ware came to tucker the score was tucker 42 ware 3 in the elite 8 of the playoffs 3 years ago. Ware tucker is not scared of y’all!! Yes we have penalties. But we still average over 50ppg and you say we flirt with disaster. We won out 1st playoff game 35-14.. That’s not flirting by any means. Ware needs to not overlook NSWR and trust that y’all will get a chance to try and revenge that blowout we gave y’all the last time we played.!!

Gainesville-Steve

November 17th, 2013
8:48 pm

BcS2010, man will you come back to the future and now. Stop talking about 3 years ago. Every player from 3 years ago has graduated from both schools. Also, stop worrying about Ware, they are going to try to throw the game with NSWR so they dont have to see the Red Elephants.

Mrjames

November 17th, 2013
9:54 pm

Gainesville wins one championship in a 100 years and now they are world beaters…lol. Pride before the fall.

jagEDup

November 17th, 2013
10:04 pm

Ill be so glad when D.wat is gone because we wnt here frm gainsville-steve for another 5 years before gainsville has another playoff team worth talking about ..maybe longer hopefully..the reason gainsville is even mentioned is becuz of kid after tht its back to the farm for hill billy-steve

Gainesville-Steve

November 17th, 2013
11:13 pm

Ha Ha so much name calling. Must mean that you are all afraid of the truth.
Dont sleep on us. We were Kings of this jungle before D-Wat arrived. We were in 3A kickin butt.
Moved up to face better competition but as it appears right now, we may have to move up one more step to accomplish that. So much weakness in 5A!

demonfan

November 17th, 2013
11:43 pm

I am a Demon fan but want to add my two cents worth to this. First of all the info in the story is wrong. Marcus Ivory threw a backward pass to Glenn Smith who threw to the wide open Eagle player. Can’t believe no one caught that. My guess is eaglenationrising is the reason no Eagle fan noticed and corrected that. I am also guessing she is the mom of one of the Northside players that is not getting to play. Only a real dud of a fan would fail to realize putting Smith at QB permanently would take your best receiver and 2nd best running back out of those positions. Smith had 8 catches for 115 yards and one touchdown. Hard to thrown the ball to yourself.

blu eagle

November 18th, 2013
12:07 am

Gville you keep talking you will not be on here for long, and I challenge you when you do lose you come on here and congratulate whoever beats you like a gentleman.You do that and I will admire you from afar!

jagEDup

November 18th, 2013
12:07 am

Gainsville steve buford already beat u like u stole sumthin there’ s no way u would make it in 6A tht would be like trying to teaching u how to read ..

blu eagle

November 18th, 2013
12:09 am

Oh yea after gville is gone NSWR will be on here for many years because our tradition is winning, that is what we do!

Wartown Hero

November 18th, 2013
8:03 am

northside gonna northside…

Northside Dawg

November 18th, 2013
9:09 am

I hope Willie Jordan and AJ Booker’s injuries have healed.

Creekside-Will

November 18th, 2013
10:09 am

Gainesville-steve have you watched creekside play this year. I respect your ranking but dropping to 4A?????

uwillbtuckedaway

November 18th, 2013
10:13 am

@WAREIS4REAL – Ware may indeed be for real, BUT it sure does sound like YOU are mighty frightened to face our Tucker Tigers.

As one of our great Tucker bloggers likes to say:

Run with us or run from us!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

WE ARE TUCKER!!!!!!!!!!!

montanto

November 18th, 2013
10:14 am

Northside is 10-1 and the way some of you blog they shouldn’t even play the game at Ware Friday night and I bet Ware coaches wish that could happen. Not going to happen Northside will show up and be ready as usual> Both teams are talented and should be a great game. As far as Marques Ivory he is 10-1 as a starter and does run the offense smoothly the nice thing about it is we can put Glenn Smith back there when needed. Good luck to all the teams Friday night.

montanto

November 18th, 2013
10:16 am

Oh yea Tucker fans know what can happen when you play the Northside Eagles. don’t bet against them

Reeze

November 18th, 2013
11:16 am

Ivory is not a bad QB , he will get wins against lesser opponents , But this time of year the Eagles will need more…There aren’t any lesser opponents left….Smith’s mobility is the greatest advantage between the two……My feelings is that Ivory wont get it done if he faces any of the 16 teams remaining. I see a whole different offense when Smith is taking the snaps…….Much like Joe Scott in 07 in the first half against Tucker……..Big brother Ivory started the second , and the offense took off…..Looks the same this year …….The Eagles have the talent , gonna have to open it up , or we go home.

eaglenationrising

November 18th, 2013
12:33 pm

MrJames & blu eagle: I post this challenge. Name a worst Northside QB in the past two decades than Marcus Ivory. To compare Joe Scott is such a stretch. First of all, we did not bench a successful QB (Marquez Ivory) to play a “Legacy” QB in Joe Scott. Marquez got hurt and Scott was basically thrown into the role. Second, Joe Scott’s senior season (although falsely criticized by many Northside fans) resulted in a 10-2 season with losses to two top 10 programs (nationally rated) and on the road at Lowndes and at Camden County. I hope we are not going to be disingenuous enough to compare the 2013 Warner Robins Demons to the 2007 Lowndes County Vikings or 2007 Camden County Wildcats. Please do not go down that road.

Challenge #2: Name one Northside QB that displays worst leadership on the sideline. I wish I had the video for this entire site to see. I have followed Northside football since the mid 1980s. I played for Northside. I was a Captain for Northside in multiple sports. I played NCAA sports. I coached NCAA sports. I will go on record (and I encourage any Northside poster who witnessed the Northside vs. Warner Robins game a few weeks ago to correct me). I have NEVER seen a Northside QB post a white flag like #5 during the 2013 City Championship. The kid flat out quit.

Now, we have to go and tell the truth. Glynn Smith engineered a comeback against a Tucker team that has much more high level talent, especially Juwan Williams. Glynn Smith engineered what could arguably be called the most exciting 20 seconds to end a game in Northside history at Ware County. Glynn Smith was only a junior. Somehow…MYSTERIOUSLY…Smith was not good enough to lead Northside again.

I BEG MRJAMES or BLU EAGLE to name one Northside quarterback to go 13-1 and lead us to the state semifinals as a junior to only be put on the bench his senior season. I am waiting…patiently for a response. (Hint…Hint: every Northside Eagle fan knows the answer. This is a first and a borderline joke).

It’s great to be a Northside Eagle (where traditionally players earn their starting positions by displaying the skill set and personal intangibles to be the best, except in 2013).

eaglenationrising

November 18th, 2013
12:36 pm

@ montanto: You have been on this board for a very long time. You have to ask yourself, when has ENR ever “undersold” Northside High School football. I have been on the practice field and I am telling you that our starting quarterback is only 10-1 because we have not played anyone good. The one “decent team” that he played (remember, Warner Robins lost to Houston County) he quit when the score was 14-10. This kid is going to get HOUSED at one of the best home fields in this Great State.

eaglenationrising

November 18th, 2013
12:37 pm

Question for MrJames and Blu Eagle: Do you honestly believe that Northside would have beaten McIntosh if Marcus Ivory played quarterback the entire game?

I am 100% certain that it would already be basketball season if #5 was under center for the entirety of any state playoff game.

High 5

November 18th, 2013
12:55 pm

The only reason Ware Co. wants Tucker to lose is because if they (BIG IF) beat NSWR they will have to travel to Tucker! That’s a long ride from the swamps to Adams Stadium!!!! LOL!

blu eagle

November 18th, 2013
1:01 pm

Smith did not get benched, he is where he is because NSWR wants to take advantage of a great athlete. Do not want to argue about QB’s cause it does not matter, NSWR will give Ware all they can handle, besides if I were Ware I would not want to get embarassed again by Gville. Ware has no state trophys maybe they are due. They may be known as the best team to have never I repeat never won a state title.

Ibleedblueandorange

November 18th, 2013
1:05 pm

@eaglenationrising, how about in 2000 when Stuckey got benched? Oh, you forgot about that one, huh? One of the few pro players to come out of Northside and he got benched for the Lowndes PLAYOFF game that year. We still won, but he was benched for that game.

eaglenationrising

November 18th, 2013
2:03 pm

OK, lbleedblueandorange: Please inform the board what he was benched for. I am very familiar with the answer. Furthermore, Chansi was not a senior. Try again. Name one quarterback who led his team to a 13-1 record only to be replaced at quarterback. Since my brother caught 3 TD passes from Stuckey, I have heard the story first hand.

By the way, BleedBlue& Orange, we lost against Warner Robins. It placed us in the bracket with 3 of the four teams that have played in the past two State Championship games. I would say the decision made this summer or late last spring created SIGNIFICANT consequences for our program. You guys need to take your heads from out of the ground. There is no way that any person can articulate how Ivory is a better leader and quarterback than Smith.

eaglenationrising

November 18th, 2013
2:07 pm

blu eagle: Why is the goal to give a second round playoff opponent all that they can handle simply because we foolishly failed to start the heart and soul of our football team at QB to appease a “legacy” at the position?

Furthermore, why are you guys dodging the sideline antics of the young man currently starting at QB? Have you seen him encourage his offensive line or his teammates as he throws interception after interception and/or stalls drives with poor reads?

We run a spread offense with a quarterback that can not outrun me. Again, this is not the young man’s fault. He did not insert himself into the lineup. We have NEVER had a spread quarterback that averages fewer yards per carry than Marcus Ivory. NEVER! Fact.

eaglenationrising

November 18th, 2013
2:13 pm

@ High 5: Do not worry. Look at the push back that a segment of the Northside fanbase has about Glynn Smith being moved to RB when he led our team to a 13-1 record and two breath-taking comebacks as the starting QB his junior season.

High 5, you will not find a program in the State of Georgia dumb enough to change starting QBs after a 13-1 unless the change represents a significant upgrade. I wish that there was video footage of Northside’s current starting QB on the sidelines. Forget about encouraging teammates. If Northside is winning, he is happy. If Northside is in a tight game and we are faced with any adversity, this kid jumps off of the horse and starts giving up. I wish that fellow Northside posters could be honest about what we ALL saw clearly during the Northside vs. Warner Robins game…followed by similar behavior when he was taken out the following week…followed by similar behavior when we were losing to the lowly McIntosh program. You guys saw Glynn Smith trying to pick his spirits up on the sidelines. That leadership is supposed to come from the QB. :-)

Ware County is going to make an example of us, unless Smith is inserted at QB from the start or early in the 1st quarter.

Our goals are to win State Championships. Look at the cakewalk that Warner Robins has to the State Championship game. That should be our bracket and I can hear the “excuse thread” building already in my hometown.

eaglenationrising

November 18th, 2013
2:20 pm

QUESTION (any Northside fan): Name the last year that a starting Northside QB entered the 4th quarter losing to Warner Robins in the City Championship, as Northside was this season. (Hint, Hitnt: You have to go waaaaaay back)

QUESTION 2 (any Northside fan): Name the last year that a starting Northside QB lost to Warner Robins by more than a touchdown, as Northside did this season. (Hint, Hint: It was the last Northside team to fail to reach the State playoffs)

Let’s stop pretending that what is happening at the QB position is normal or par for the course for our program. Some of you guys should be ashamed of yourselves supporting this “legacy” quarterback call. This is a disservice to the kids that have worked hard to maintain our winning traditions.

Jonathan Lowder

November 18th, 2013
2:30 pm

@eaglenationrising 1997 which happen to be my senior year Jason Hutton(I happened to be starting on offense and defense that year)! #2 Robbie Stillwell 1995!

jvillebil

November 18th, 2013
2:51 pm

@eaglenationrising: I read these blogs everyday, only occasionally make a few comments. I love the game and statistics, not much of a smack talker. When I can’t make it to a Ware game, I live in Florida, I listen on the radio and do the live AJC thing, actually get two or 3 broadcast of big games going around the state. I do attend all their playoff games though. My question to you is, “Is there as much adversity on the team about the quarterback situation as there seems to be with you OR are the players behind Ivory?” Just curious. I still think it’s going to be a barn burner Friday night.

eaglenationrising

November 18th, 2013
3:29 pm

jvillebil: I wish…I wish we had video footage of the team and the team’s reaction to the QB on Friday, November 2. If we had any of this footage, this conversation would end immediately. I doubt that there has been a bigger Northside homer historically on this site. Therefore, know that the criticism is carefully considered.

As any Northside poster knows, there are only a few Eagles that are on the field. I can assure you that the topic of conversation as we saw the Demons pull away from us a few weeks ago was the “body language” of Marcus Ivory and how he “packed it in” on the field.

Notice, not one of these Northside posters is saying, ENR you are wrong about this young man’s body language and demonstrative behavior on the sidelines during the Warner Robins games…or the following week when he was taken out.

JvilleBil, you know when a QB is a leader is when other players gather around him in big games…particularly the other top players. Watch the Northside sideline. Often the QB is sitting alone with a 9th or 10th grader, while the other horses are sitting at the other end of the bench. Having played and captained Northside teams, having played in college and having been a college coach for nearly a decade, I find it hard to believe that everyone is “on board.”

The truth of the matter is both kids bleed blue. I will continue to state that it is not the young man’s fault for being named starter without winning a competition against the best player in his position. This was a decision made for reasons that have yet to be articulated. However, if we get HOUSED, as I fear we will on Friday, someone has some “explaining to do,” because this has NEVER happened at Northside…ever.

eaglenationrising

November 18th, 2013
3:34 pm

Jonathan Lowder gets the gold star. We have not been, like this, since 1995. The difference with this team and the 1995 team is this team has the pieces to make a State Championships run. The 1995 team did not reach the State playoffs.

As I said, what is happening at the QB position has not happened for nearly 20 years!!!! Now Jonathan Lowder was on that team. We are talking about QB play that has been at a specific level over the course of almost two decades. The young man (#12, Smith) played at that level as a junior. Surprisingly, he is not the starting QB because many Northside fans believe that passing every other play will lead to a State Championship. They should see how often Tucker passes. :-)

I would prefer positive leadership and winning over legacy at any point. Furthermore, the QB is so small, he will only effectively pass against bottom-feeding programs. When a 6′3″+ defensive end is pressuring him, he is going to throw the ball up for grabs. Inevitably proving that Glynn Smith’s cool exterior and leadership is what would have better served this program.

eaglenationrising

November 18th, 2013
3:42 pm

Evidence of the leadership of Glynn Smith (scroll to 2:06:45…Tucker has the ball 1st and 10 with a 13-3 lead) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kibr11j8yRg

eaglenationrising

November 18th, 2013
3:47 pm

This is what Northside was up against when we faced Tucker last year. Read the Oregon review of his athletic skill set. This is a Duck program full of big time athletes: http://www.goducks.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=3378&SPID=233&DB_OEM_ID=500&ATCLID=208713783&Q_SEASON=2013.