Second-round preview: Class AAAAA

Harris County at Creekside

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Arrowhead Stadium, Fairburn

Records, rankings: Harris County is 9-2, the No. 2 seed from Region 1 and unranked; Creekside is 11-0, the No. 1 seed from Region 4 and No. 4.

Last meeting: This is the teams’ first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. RB Bricen Terry rushed for 187 yards and three touchdowns in Creekside’s 47-14 victory over Lakeside of Evans in the first round. Creekside had more than 300 yards rushing but is an effective passing team, too. QB Felix Harper was 6-of-8 passing for only 82 yards last week but has thrown for 2,174 yards on the season. 2. Harris County trailed Glynn Academy 21-17 in the fourth quarter of the first round until RB Esaias Chapman scored on a 61-yard run. Harris won 24-21. Chapman rushed for 102 yards, bringing his season total to 1,556. Chapman rushed for 2,164 yards last season. 3. Harris County is trying to reach the quarterfinals for the second consecutive season. Creekside has made the quarters in 2006, 2000 and 1988.

Maxwell Ratings’ projection: Creekside by 19

Winner plays: Stephenson/North Paulding winner

Stephenson at North Paulding

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

Records, rankings: Stephenson is 9-2, the No. 3 seed from Region 6 and unranked; North Paulding is 10-1, the No. 1 seed from Region 5 and No. 8.

Last meeting: This is the teams’ first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. North Paulding RB Corn Collins rushed for 146 yards and a touchdown in the 50-14 victory over Riverwood in the first round. Collins has rushed for 1,173 yards on the season. QB Chase Noonan has passed for 2,241 yards and 27 touchdowns with only three interceptions. 2. North Paulding, opened in 2008, won its first region title this season. In 2012, North lost to Tucker, Stephenson’s Region 6 rival, 40-21 in the second round. Stephenson made the quarters last season (lost to Ware County) and five other times since 2001. 3. Stephenson’s defense held Flowery Branch to 183 yards in a 27-7 first-round victory. Flowery Branch had scored 45 points and amassed 524 yards in total offense the previous week against defending state champion Gainesville. Defensive leaders include South Carolina-committed junior DE Chauncy Rivers, who has 14 sacks and 24 tackles for losses, and senior DT Braxton Butler, who has nine sacks and 18 tackles for losses.

Maxwell Ratings’ projection: North Paulding by 7

Winner plays: Harris County/Creekside winner

Richmond Hill at Warner Robins

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, McConnell-Talbert Stadium, Warner Robins

Records, rankings: Richmond Hill is 10-1, the No. 2 seed from Region 3 and unranked; Warner Robins is 10-1, the No. 1 seed from Region 2 and No. 6.

Last meeting: Warner Robins won 17-15 in the first round of the 2012 Class AAAAA playoffs.

Three things to know: 1. Warner Robins beat Richmond Hill in the first round last season on a 32-yard field goal in the final minute. 2. Warner Robins beat 2012 semifinalist Whitewater 34-27 in the first round last week after a fourth-and-goal stop from the 2-yard line in the final minute.  Caden Johnston threw three TD passes, but Warner Robins is better known for its run game that features running backs Danny Hite Jr. (1,076 yards rushing) and Jacquan Burns (977). 3. Richmond Hill’s 6-foot-5 QB Nick Fitzgerald rushed for 134 yards in a 13-7 victory over Thomas County Central in the first round. Fitzgerald, who has committed to Mississippi State, rushed or passed on 23 of his team’s 35 offensive plays. He has 1,317 yards rushing and 25 touchdowns on the season. He can lead his team to its first quarterfinal since 1996 with a victory.

Maxwell Ratings’ projection: Warner Robins by 9

Winner plays: Mays/Kell winner

Mays at Kell

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

Records, rankings: Mays is 8-3, the No. 2 seed from Region 6 and unranked; Kell is 11-0, the No. 1 seed from Region 7 and No. 2.

Last meeting: This is the teams’ first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Kell QB Cameron Rosendahl, making his third start in place of injured Matthew McGuigan (ankle), was 9-of-16 passing for 124 yards and two touchdowns in the 31-17 victory over Allatoona in the first round. RB Jay Moxey rushed for 100 yards, bringing his season total to 1,015 (unofficially). 2. Mays sophomore RB Randrecous Davis rushed for 156 yards on 23 carries in a 14-10 victory over Clarke Central in the first round. Davis has spent more time at wide receiver this season but won the job as feature back for the playoffs. 3. Kell is seeking its second quarterfinal appearance and first since 2010. Mays has never made the quarters and is 0-3 in second-round games, losing in 2003 (St. Pius), 2006 (Habersham Central) and 2007 (East Paulding).

Maxwell Ratings’ projection: Kell by 18

Winner plays: Richmond Hill/Warner Robins winner

Northside (Warner Robins) at Ware County

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

Records, rankings: Northside is 10-1, the No. 2 seed from Region 2 and No. 7; Ware County is 10-1, the No. 1 seed from Region 3 and No. 5.

Last meeting: Ware County won 24-17 in overtime in the 2012 Class AAAAA semifinals.

Three things to know: 1. This is a rematch of a 2012 semifinal game that Ware won in overtime. Northside drove 90 yards to pull within 17-14 with 18.4 seconds left, recovered an onside kick and made a 42-yard field goal to tie. Ware scored on its overtime possession to lead 24-17, and Northside was flagged for a personal foul on the extra point and had to start its overtime possession from the 30-yard line. Ware held. 2. Dedrick Mills rushed for 166 yards and three touchdowns on 12 carries in a 49-7 victory over Bainbridge last week. Ware held Bainbridge to 84 yards rushing and forced four turnovers. 3. Northside trailed 21-14 in the fourth quarter of its 31-21 victory over McIntosh in the first round. The game-winning touchdown came on a lateral to Glenn Smith, who threw a 75-yard TD pass to Jumon Weaver. The comeback clinched a state-record 16th consecutive 10-win season for Northside.

Maxwell Ratings’ projection: Northside by 4

Winner plays: East Paulding/Tucker winner

East Paulding at Tucker

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

Records, rankings: East Paulding is 8-3, the No. 3 seed from Region 5 and unranked; Tucker is 11-0, the No. 1 seed from Region 6 and No. 1.

Last meeting: This is the teams’ first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Tucker is averaging 50 points per game. RB Elijah Sullivan has 11 rushing touchdowns, two receiving. RB/DB Dominick Sanders has 11 touchdowns rushing, two returning kicks and one returning an interception last week against Heritage. Yaquis Sullivan has scored nine touchdowns, four on kickoff returns, including one in a 35-14 first-round victory against Heritage of Conyers. 2. East Paulding won its first-round game against Creekside 34-33 after nearly letting a 34-19 fourth-quarter lead get away. RB Tae Ray scored three touchdowns in the second half. 3. East Paulding is trying to reach the quarterfinals for the fifth time since 2006 and has won three times on the road in the second round to get there, most recently at Northgate in 2011. Tucker is bidding for its 10th quarterfinal since 2000 and fourth in a row. Tucker has won nine consecutive second-round home games, although all of those were at Adams Stadium. This game has been moved to Hallford Stadium.

Maxwell Ratings’ projection: Tucker by 18

Winner plays: Northside (Warner Robins)/Ware County winner

Mundy’s Mill at Lee County

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Trojan Field, Leesburg

Records, rankings: Mundy’s Mill is 7-4, the No. 2 seed from Region 4 and unranked; Lee County is 10-1, the No. 1 seed from Region 1 and No. 10.

Last meeting: This is the teams’ first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. Lee County QB Stephen Collier, who has committed to Ohio State, has thrown for 2,053 yards and rushed for a team-leading 867 with 17 touchdowns. But he has been prone to turnovers (12 interceptions, seven fumbles). His top receiver is J.Q. Quimbley (46 catches, 797 yards and 12 touchdowns). 2. Mundy’s Mill RB Rodney Smith, a preseason all-state pick, rushed for 348 yards and four touchdowns in a 33-13 victory over Houston County in the first round. Smith has rushed for more than 1,000 yards each of the past two seasons (1,709 this season) despite an injury-shortened junior season and the ensuing recovery. 3. Neither team has reached the quarterfinals. Lee County is in the second round for only the third time (1999, 2005). Mundy’s Mill’s victory Friday was its first win in the state playoffs. Mundy’s Mill, a Clayton County school, opened in 2003.

Maxwell Ratings’ projection: Lee County by 8

Winner plays: South Paulding/Gainesville winner

South Paulding at Gainesville

When, where: 7:30 p.m. Friday, City Park Stadium/Bobby Gruhn Field, Gainesville

Records, rankings: South Paulding is 10-1, the No. 2 seed from Region 5 and No. 9; Gainesville is 10-1, the No. 1 seed from Region 8 and No. 3.

Last meeting: This is the teams’ first meeting.

Three things to know: 1. This game features two of the top dual-threat quarterbacks in the state. Gainesville’s Deshaun Watson has thrown for 2,810 yards and rushed for 849 with 48 touchdowns passing and rushing. South Paulding’s Chandler Burks has passed for 2,334 yards and rushed for 1,367 with 41 touchdowns passing and rushing. 2. Both teams have dual-threat running backs who are overshadowed in the backfield. Gainesville junior Michael Byrd has rushed for 878 yards and caught 49 passes for 477 yards and scored 13 touchdowns. South Paulding’s Jae Bowen has rushed for 1,158 yards and caught 50 passes for 741 yards and scored 31 touchdowns. 3. South Paulding, which opened in 2006, is making its first state-playoff appearance. Gainesville is the defending state champion with a playoff record of 68-44 since the GHSA began running a statewide tournament in 1947.

Maxwell Ratings’ projection: Gainesville by 9

Winner plays: Mundy’s Mill/Lee County winner

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152 comments Add your comment

A Fan

November 19th, 2013
7:29 am

Excuse me but how did Tucker RB/DB Dominick Sanders return an interception for a t.d. against E.P. last week if this is these teams first meeting? l.o.l. Maybe a little more coffee before typing the stories next time. :-)


November 19th, 2013
8:16 am

Where my Wolves at?!?!!!??


November 19th, 2013
9:09 am

Looks like were at Hallford Stadium. I knew the athletic dept wasn’t going to let us stay at Adams much longer. EP it’s almost show time.

WolfPack Nation

November 19th, 2013
9:39 am

I actually have a blog partner in WeAreNorth!! Lol I’m glad East doesn’t have to experience Adams Stadium like my Wolf Pack did last year… Is it Friday yet?


November 19th, 2013
9:49 am

@ A Fan…

That’s a typo…TUCKER played HERITAGE / CONYERS last week…TUCKER and EAST have never met before, always been on the wrong side of the brackets…

@ TuckerD…

What’s wrong with Adams…why did they move the game? I am guessing because Hallford is a bigger facility…So glad to see they have the game projected as:

Maxwell Ratings’ projection: Tucker by 18

I was worried they would have it closer…this will make it all the better when EAST wins!!! YES, I know TUCKER is averaging 50+ per game BUT EAST “D” is averaging allowing only 15.8 points per game! I really see this game being LOW scoring and could come down to the kicking game.

Looking forward to this one…would have still liked to have seen the 2010 or 2011 EAST team play TUCKER’S…both teams were LOADED back then, we would have really had a shoot-out!




November 19th, 2013
10:01 am

Thanks Maxwell and Ajc for having my JAGS as the underdogs again!!! We love it!! As I recall last year, we were more than double digits underdogs when we last visited Paulding Co. We left a lasting impression on those that witnessed that game. We went into the BONEYARD and completely dominated that EP team. I’m expecting the same this Friday. NP may be good, coaches, team, and atmosphere (THE DEN), but I dont think you have seen the type of athletes we have, BIG, STRONG AND FAST!!!!



November 19th, 2013
10:04 am

The Cannon Rules its the playoffs and if Hallford is not being used I guess the powers to be wants us to play there. Plus I hear that EP travels well so they may want to have good accommodations. I would rather play at Adams during the playoffs.

I think this week’s Tigers will come out swinging in every phase of the game. Maxwell Ratings almost got it right.


November 19th, 2013
10:15 am

Just like last week they picked only one team to win from region 6.. Region 6 is disrespected soo much lol but its all good. East Paulding fans keep saying this team is down and yall wish another EP team could play tucker lol stop! This team went 7-3 was the 3rd seed in the region and got a big road playoff win against creekview sooo stop lol this team is good.

WolfPack Nation

November 19th, 2013
10:16 am

@ Jag fans,

Are you really the underdog? All y’all do is talk about creekside.


November 19th, 2013
10:24 am

Let’s hear what everyone thinks about these “predictions”…

TUCKER over EAST by 18…
TUCKER is the # 1 Seed & EAST the # 3 Seed

CREEKSIDE is the # 1 Seed & HARRIS the # 2 Seed

NORTH is the # 1 Seed & STEPHENSON the # 3 Seed

KELL over MAYS by 18…
KELL is the # 1 Seed & MAYS is the # 2 Seed

WARE is the # 1 Seed & NORTHSIDE the # 2 Seed

GAINESVILLE is the # 1 Seed & SOUTH the # 2 Seed

LEE COUNTY is the # 1 Seed & MUNDY’S MILL the # 2 Seed

WARNER ROBINS is the # 1 Seed & RICHMOND HILL the # 2 Seed

In EVERY game but one, the NORTHSIDE / WARE game the projection goes to the higher seeded team. Only two # 3 Seeds remain…EAST PAULDING & STEPHENSON.

OK, jump in here and let’s hear about it!!!!




November 19th, 2013
10:26 am

@WolfPack Nation

Yes we are the underdogs. Maxwell Ratings : North Paulding by 7. And if you visit other blogs you will see that Creekside is talking about us. We are not overlooking NP, one game at a time for us. We also know we must come ready to play which I fully expect that. WE are ROAD WARRIORS, so the Wolves better be ready!!



November 19th, 2013
10:28 am

@ BcS2010…

Don’t put words in my mouth…RE-READ my post…WHAT I said was I would have really liked to have seen EAST play TUCKER (as would many others) during those two years! I didn’t say I wasn’t looking forward to this Fridays game! Geez!



A Fan 2

November 19th, 2013
10:28 am

Ware Co Gators win this one… However it will be another dog fight to the end just like last year. Come early if you wish to get in. Go Gators!!!!


November 19th, 2013
10:46 am

@ Cannon (had this in another – older thread)

Agree about the stadium issue…

Looking back, we were Blessed to have our own stadium in our backyard, Avondale. We could practice on it & knew the lighting, sidelines to fence area & lighting surrounding the stadium. This may seem unimportant to some, but try fielding a KO or punt with the lights of Columbia Mall in your face & the coverage team coming down on you…

Adams was about the only one “close” to Briarcliff, but they were sooooo bad it did not help them LOL (all they cared about was wrestling!! LOL) & Lakewood was the WORSE place EVER… Out in the middle of a cement jungle back in the day when Astroturf was only the rolled out hard plastic $h!t that you now would NOT put on your backyard deck! There was like 1/4″ of “Padding” padding LOL!! Man, we’d have burns that lasted weeks from that garbage… I forget the name of the place we played Gordon & Harper at, but we won there so it was all good!!

I whole heartedly agree tho, DeKalb schools need stadiums on campus. What they do in Gwinnett is tell the school how much money they are allotted & then the school can raise funds for what they “want”…

Just asking…. Has anyone seen the fields at Buford?? I’d venture to say no other school (public or private) has better… Not a Flame….


November 19th, 2013
10:51 am

My thoughts on the line Cannon…..

East 18 point dogs,is about right I really don’t think East can stay with them for an entire game. 35-14 or 17

North favored by 7 over Stephenson seems pretty off base. I was expecting the opposite quite frankly.

Kell by 18 over Mays…..probably too much, I’d take the points……but I’d like to see Kell win that big.

I see Ware and Richmond Hill beating the odds and both pulling upsets.

South 9 point dogs to Gville, seems about right. Not sure they have enough defense to slow them down. But think they will score a lot also. I see 51-38 type deal.

Creekside by 19 seems inflated, I’d take the points.


November 19th, 2013
11:07 am

Given my previous statement that I think North being favored probably should be the other way around…….meaning. Stephenson really probably is considered the favorite by most fans and the media. We will see how the ajc picks this one on Friday.

That all being said I do think the experience gained last year when North went to Tucker and was in the game for a half will give North the confidence needed to make this a great game. I DO expect Stephenson to come in over confident, and I do expect to see it come down to Norths Offensive line against the Stephenson defensive line. On paper with the D1 athletes on the Jags line it would seem like they hold the edge. Norths line has done a really good job this year with pass protection and run blocking. They truly are the unsung heros of the team. IF Norths line can hold their own, they could run away with this. IF they get rattled then it could be just like some,of the SHS supporters suggest.

Norths defense isn’t great but Stephenson’s offense is pretty predictable and pedestrian at best.

Last year East’s experienced line wilted against Stephenson (should be noted that their big blocking TE was out with injury and that changed the dynamic and confidence for sure). Not an excuse just a fact.

This year I seem Norths line as playing much more as a unit then East’s did.


November 19th, 2013
11:18 am

Completely on point with all arguments. I don’t think you “had” to validate your comment regarding Stephenson should be the favorite. I totally picked up on it pretty quick what you were saying. You nailed my synopsis I had typed up for tomorrow. I honestly feel in my heart that game will be one in the trenches to the most unsung heroes of the sport. Our guys have done a tremendous job all year long and you are spot on about gaining that experience last year.

Our boys will go into that game knowing they are there because they earned it, and they can play with anyone in the state. Me and you don’t even have to say a word, these young men prove it every week. Great write up and enjoyed reading you post, especially regarding all of the teams.

Many Wolves, One PACK!


November 19th, 2013
11:33 am

People are really under estimating the Stephenson jaguars and the mays raiders! Region 6 goes 3-0
Tucker 45 east paulding 13
Stephenson 22 north paulding 10
Mays 17 Kell 7


November 19th, 2013
11:43 am

El Oh El @ BcS2010. You give me giggles!


November 19th, 2013
12:23 pm


Me thinks you only watch Reg 6.

North has only had varsity football for 4 seasons now. During that time they have been shut out once(2nd year), held to 10pts one time (1st year), held to 17 pts twice (2nd and 3rd year). All but one of those was by the same team.(EP). Last year even your Region breathers have up 21 to them last year. This year the lowest point total they have scored is 27, again against EP.

You may have a great defense but for you to think Stephenson will hold North to 10 points is absurd. I think that you know the Jags offense is a bit shakey, and in the back of your mind you are hopping like he’ll that it doesn’t get into a scoring fest, because you know they won’t be able to keep up.


November 19th, 2013
12:27 pm

@RealisticFan – “Last year East’s experienced line wilted against Stephenson (should be noted that their big blocking TE was out with injury and that changed the dynamic and confidence for sure). Not an excuse just a fact. ”

That is such a true statement. TE (Aaron Black) is at Furman this year with (Andrej Suttles).

SHS Jags c/o 2009

November 19th, 2013
12:28 pm

The Jags shut out Flowery Branch on our way to the State championship against either Gainesville, Ware County, or NWarner Robbins.
Best Defense in the state by far. We have over 20 D1 BCS prospects for 2014, 2015, or 2016. Mays and Tucker got luck this year. Yall might have gotten the region but we will win State.
No one will probably score on our D the rest of the season. Thanks everyone for coming but this is Stephenson HS’s party. Now its time for you all to go home.

Max Sizemore

November 19th, 2013
12:46 pm

I believe Mundy’s Mill was a middle school before it became a high school, so you may want to rewrite that.

High 5

November 19th, 2013
12:51 pm

The leaders in Dekalb Co athletic department need to get off their arse and make these old 1970 era stadiums two sided! Look at what Atlanta public schools did with Lakewood and Grady stadiums! Nice! Dekalb can do the same! STOP MAKING EXCUSES AND GET THE JOB DONE!!!! Hallford is large but has horrible facilities just like Adams. Tucker should feel right at home there also!

@Cannon Rules
Does EP carry that cannon to away games? LOL!


November 19th, 2013
12:57 pm

@ High 5…

I understand we may have an issue getting it thru the metal detectors at Hallford…LOL!
Guess we have to bring the “stealth” cannon!




November 19th, 2013
1:00 pm

@SHS Jags c/o 2009

It’s the second round of the playoffs and you still talking about week 8 and 9. Keep looking in the past and will can’t see what’s in front of you. You learn from your mistakes, not dwell on them ;-)


I haven’t seen you guys play this year, so I’m not sure what to expect from the Raiders of EP. I know at the beginning of the year you guys had an issue with the starting QB being hurt. Is he back and healthy? Our defense is playing really good at the moment, they’ve keep us in games against tougher competition. #1 has seven interceptions in the last 3 games, 4 he took to the house but 2 were called back due to horrible officiating. He is reading the QB’s really well. He is dialed in and focused. #28 #12 and #32 are coming off the edge and just punishing RB’s and QB’s in the backfield.
On offense, it the same as it has always been, give us the smallest seam and they will take it to the house. Our up front blacking isn’t the best, but they block really well on few packages and those are when the big plays happen.
Special Teams we are really.. REALLY good. We have a great kicker. Kickoffs, Punts and Field Goals. And the return game has at least 9 touchdowns on the season.


November 19th, 2013
1:01 pm


I saw that when going thru rosters. Andrej looks to be getting a lot of playing time and one of the top two receivers. His brother Lorenz is at NC A & T, Laderius Banks getting some playing time on the Vandy Dline, Kyler Neal seeing a few carries at GSU, Kamani T seems to be in a tough situation with a lot of talented backs on the roster at MTSU. What happened to Hemphill ? And to really go back….I have to believe that Chaz Henry will get another chance in the NFL, too big a leg not to.


November 19th, 2013
1:05 pm

Funny side note:

Everyone here knows about the large loud cannon at East Paulding………I found it hilarious when I went to the Allatoona game and they fired off what sounded like a pop gun. I looked and they had one of those baby/miniature replica cannons that they were shooting. It is maybe 1/8 scale compared to the East cannon. Like a little hippy dog pestering a Great Dane. Totally thought it was funny.


November 19th, 2013
1:41 pm

@RealisticFan – Don’t forget Taylor Gadbois is back at Miami. (with a few from Stephenson)..

SP Profession

November 19th, 2013
2:23 pm

I thik its funny how everyone thinks region 5 is so weak. Even though we scored 149 points i the first round. I only did region 6’s points (90)? and they are the strongest region? I’m suprised that their crap offeses are supposed to be the 5A top scorers?

SP Profession

November 19th, 2013
2:24 pm

Anyone please tell me if their region topped Region 5’s scores?


November 19th, 2013
3:39 pm

Stephens, Tucker and Clarke Central failed to SCORE 18 points against Mays. Now Kell is to beat Mays BY 18!! I understand Maxpreps missed predicting Mays to lose last week so they justify this prediction this week. I hope Kell believes this dribble.


November 19th, 2013
3:39 pm

Stephenson that is…


November 19th, 2013
3:40 pm

See below. This is a total of points scored by region, and points allowed by region.

Region 1 66 89
Region 2 92 128
Region 3 89 66
Region 4 128 92
Region 5 149 99
Region 6 90 59
Region 7 99 149
Region 8 59 90


November 19th, 2013
4:12 pm

@WeAreNorth!!- According to these stats for the first round of the playoffs toughest regions are:

1) Region 5: 50 pts
2) Region 4: 36 pts
3) Region 6: 31 pts
4) Region 3: 23 pts
5) Region 1: -23 pts
6) Region 8: -31 pts
7) Region 2: -36 pts
8) Region 7: -50 pts


November 19th, 2013
4:41 pm

Man – You’s guys need to QUIT with the score stats…

Just Win Baby, by ONE or go home!!

Like if you win 17-16 Lose 38-0 it’s STILL one win & one loss…

By these goofy projections – if your region won 17-16, 21-17 & 10-7 & the fourth team lost 31-0 you’d claim that their region, even though they went 3-1, that they “lost’ 48-71!?!?!?! or be -24

Must be mid-week & there’s nothing to smack about!!!


November 19th, 2013
4:49 pm

@swatguy. Mays should match up very well against Kell. They are a good team but I don’t they can match Mays overall team speed. If Mays keeps the penalties to a minimum they will be in quarterfinals. And Mays defense should have a lot of 3 and outs but the offense must capitalize.


November 19th, 2013
4:52 pm

Football Stats are just that. They report numerical facts about aspects of games played between people, they don’t predict the future, only report the past. Interesting to assemble and look at to determine if any predictive trends could lead a person subjectively concluding a particular outcome.

Like you said.,,is mid-week.


November 19th, 2013
5:17 pm

I never said anything about regions being tougher, or anything supporting that notion. Someone asked about numbers, I’m a numbers junky, and I actually already has it calculated. I didn’t post it prior because I do it for me, not for anyone else.

If you’re silly enough to think that the numbers don’t mean anything though, you’re just fooling yourself. Statistical information IS definitely calculations based on experience or history, but they also tell a pretty cool picture at predicting trends and projections.

I can’t help it, I’m kind of a big deal!

Many Wolves, One PACK!


November 19th, 2013
5:54 pm

Tucker wins 45-13 Jags win 28-9 field goals for NP no TD’s Mays takes an L sorry to say in a close one i think bt i hope im wrong bt kell takes one bt 17-14


November 19th, 2013
6:01 pm

Everyone including myself not giving EP much of a chance. Really hope I’m dead wrong

North definitely being taken lightly and disrespected. Scores of 22-10 and 28-9……. WOW. Keep telling yourselves that.


November 19th, 2013
6:40 pm

RealistFan how do u see it when its cums to NP and the jags im basing my perdiction off Ep team last year who i think is better then the NP team this year we pretty much are pt the same kids out there with a few tucker upgrades with state title experience


November 19th, 2013
6:43 pm

My mom plays $1/day in the Mega-millions lottery. I love her to no end and will continue to support her and this harmless habit. Needless to say, she has never really “won” anything of significance.

The methodologies she employs to come up with her “winning” numbers while unscientific at best, actually emanate from some event in her life; just like many of your theories regarding who will win in this week’s playoff games. She is still not a “winner”. Go figure?


November 19th, 2013
6:44 pm

By the way………………..Go Stephenson Jags!

WolfPack Nation

November 19th, 2013
7:06 pm

JagEDup, North Paulding and East Paulding are two very different teams. So comparing past East Paulding teams to this North Paulding team is hard to do..

blu eagle

November 19th, 2013
7:34 pm

NSWR has our running back who has done well improbable for Ware and a QB controversy. We are gonna limp into Waycross, hopefully we will be some competition, it will be a miracle if we come outta there with a win.


November 19th, 2013
7:37 pm

I see there is a catfight between the girls from region 6 and the cry-babies of region 5. Go ahesad and scratch at one another. That is what cupcakes do this time of year. Now you have Creekside with all of their big talk on here too. I liked you Creekside and I am pulling for you to get to the dome against us, the MIGHTY MIGHTY BIG BAD RED ELEPHANTS and the highest powered offense this side of Oregon, but you disrespect Gainesville when you come on here talking about getting to the dome and facing someone else besides us. It shows you don’t know Gainesville or you just plain scared as hell. Thats what it probably is. Creekside cannot hang with D-Wat and his killer receivers and dont forget our shutdown defense and bust-em-up running game. Your athletes that you brag about will not be able to hang. BOOOM!!!

TD Gainesville……………………..D-Wat did it again.
Another one bites the dust.


November 19th, 2013
7:41 pm

NSWR, you all are the chumps I thought you were. Every week you come on here as a fan base and brag about how bad off your team is. Get some pride!! We all know you are scared of facing Gainesville, but Dude!! Stop laying down………….or stop faking like you laying down.

If you beat Ware then next week you will be saying the same about not being able to beat East Paulding after they take care of Tucker. get some confidence man. It won’t be too bad. Gainesville wil go easy on you.


November 19th, 2013
8:00 pm

@Gainesville-Steve- No sir, we are not scared of you at all. We don’t care who comes out of your side of the bracket. We are focused on Harris Co. right now. If we meet then I will throw a rock at you. Until then play your games with your opponents.


November 19th, 2013
8:16 pm

bh. Rock throwing? Funny. Girl stuff.

The mlk game woke the sleeping giant. Y’all don’t want to go poking that big bad elephant asleepin on the front porch. He’s gonna wake up hongree!

Damn it feels good to be the champion!