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3 pointsWord of the Day at William Blount is Window. I'm a big William Blount Fan on the side but for some strange reason we never Window.
1 pointI dont doubt it. Our game last year was one of the most exciting games I've seen to date was a close, hard fought game and wasn't sure who was gonna win until time ran out. Those are the games I love to see. And i agree also that our offense vs your defense was nearly perfectly matched. Wish we could pulled it out but you got us by 3. Well respected effort on both sides.
1 pointSo true!!! Recievers with broke hands, missing lineman,and thats just to name a few both teams where banged up more than we still care to admit !!!
1 pointAhhhhhh......this good ole days. Very entertaining reading the replies in this thread.
1 point^ This is the real HevyRevy.
1 pointMaplewood makes more sense travel wise. I'd give them their 5th home game if I was doing the booking for Trousdale. Some schools are fine with 9 games. Like Booger's boys.
1 pointRoy, I'm at that Bonnaroo mans field camping out. Late last night in the tent next to mine I heard an old man reading his Murphy Fair book to a bunch of hippies from Colorado. Was that you?
1 pointHmm it’ says ALL wrestlers MUST attend those two events or receive a waiver. I believe it was posted by the state chairman. I guess rules are flexible for certain people or waivers are given out to anyone.
1 pointThe Oak Ridge teams way back in the 50's and 60's, National Champs. More Recently, the Riverdale teams of 94 and 01. Riverdale crushed the Owls in a cold, rainy mud bowl in the 01 Semi-Finals.
1 pointThe Oak Ridge 1991 state championship team with likes of Eric Underwood at qb, Shawn Summers at tb, Antione Thirft and Curtis Booker at wr, and a strong aggressive defense lead by Ron Black. Also the 96 team was very good with the likes of Jason Mccaddly, Mike gibson, Brad Redmond, and All American tb Shaun Bohanon