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  1. I'll take MASE in this one. I don't trust Union City...
  2. I think there will be plenty of jobs opening up in West Tennessee. It's no secret that two (or three) jobs should be available, but I think we can get to maybe 6. It's not a good thing because families are being impacted, but that's part of it.
  3. I don't know if it's a good thing that one game can dictate a coaching move. However, I have a feeling what school this is..
  4. No way Jose. Are teams not allowed to have bad games? I had a feeling you were waiting to say that, you just didn't know when to say it, until now.
  5. Don't let the 4-6 record from North Side to fool anybody, they haven't defeated a superior opponent. I don't think North Side is being utilized correctly offensively, I do believe they're lacking a QB that can throw the ball down field effectively. Can't score against good competition. The Indians will probably need to get to 35 to have a shot in this game. Unfortunately, I just don't see it. Marshall County appears to score a lot. I like the Tigers, 49-7.
  6. I don't dislike your Tornadoes, I want to make that clear. However, I'm not buying Union City. I do understand you do because you're a fan, I get that. If MASE scores 28 on Union City, then UC is in trouble because that means they have to score at least 29 (duh) to win. And when you look at what I just said, it's tough to UC to accomplish that. I understand Union City want to win 21-14 type ball games, but at some point, the points have to be put on the board against good competition. Unfortunately, they haven't in the last two years. I'm not ignoring those teams I mentioned are quality opponents, because they are.
  7. Let's not sit here and act like Gleason, South Fulton, Greenfield, Halls, and Humboldt are good. I'm glad Gleason went 6-4, I was on notice when they beat Fulton County, Perry County, and Bruceton this year. Greenfield had 3 wins this year, against an combined opponent record of 2-28. Humboldt has an SEC player on the team, but they went 0-10. Let's not sit here and act like Region 7-1A is the SEC here.
  8. Union City won, 10-6. Then, they played Huntingdon the week after, and scored 3. Imagine scoring 13 points in the final two games? That's tough. Oh, and by the way, y'all played USJ, Westview, and Huntingdon last year in the regular season, and didn't score 21 in a single game. But hey, scoring 56 on Houston County seemed like a fun thing to do. Lets move on to this year, scored 6 against Ensworth (a team you thought Union City could win because they had more "heart"), the following week y'all made the trip down to Jackson and lost to USJ, only scoring 19. And I'll buy you a dessert at the Longhorn/Olive Garden (whatever restaurant) you want in Union City because y'all scored 28 on Dresden. Are you noticing a trend here?
  9. Haha, I just got what you said. My mistake. You know what I mean lol...
  10. I'm going to say pump the breaks here real quick my friend. MASE has answered the physical play. They did beat Huntingdon two years ago, and the did beat the breaks off Lake County last year and won against Peabody. Put a check beside the "can they be physical." If MASE/Union City matchup next week, I think it'll be a bad matchup for Union City. Can the Tornadoes find a way to score 28 or 31 against MASE? Because Union City hasn't been able to score against quality competition the last two years. That's why I haven't been a fan of Union City.
  11. Disagree it's called not knowing your personnel. I watched all of their offensive plays on YouTube from the beginning of the game all the way til the 3 minute mark left of the 4th quarter. You're telling me that you have a 6'6 Tight End that's going to play football at Chattanooga, and all you can give him is 2 completions worth 10ish yards. JCS only threw the ball to him 3 times last night. Daniel Green should give JCS 10 receptions worth 75-100 ish yards and a touchdown every single Friday night. However, that doesn't happen because the offense isn't creative enough, and it's not balanced enough. I charted the first 20 plays of the JCS/TCA game last year. Mosley and Kam Boyd had the ball for the first 17 of the 20 plays last year. JCS' back up running back had the ball for the other 2 carries (Aldrige) and Green had it for the other play. In the game last night, JCS gave Mosley the ball the first 5 of 7 offensive plays. It's getting bad to the point where Kelly is getting tunnel vision. Kelly didn't roll out at all in the first half, but did it plenty of times in the second half. All JCS did was answered my question, how good is their offense if Mosley is out, Mosley/Kelly isn't connecting, a defense is good enough to stop Mosley. You add in the turnovers and the long drive TCA had in the 2nd quarter, JCS was out of that game. I think JCS had the ball for 3 offensive plays in the 3rd quarter. With that being said, there will be teams that will see this film, and there is a formula to beat JCS, even if Mosley is healthy.
  12. JCS is still a better football team than TCA without Mosley. Problem with them is what I said earlier in the season, JCS is too good to not half to rely on Mosley, but they chose to do so.
  13. My understanding is the tiebreakers will be (1) Head to Head win, and (2) Overall record. If your scenario is correct, Lexington will be the 3 seed (3-2 region record) and Chester County will be the 4 seed (head to head win over North Side. If Hardin County wins, and Chester County wins, then you'll have North Side, Lexington, and Chester County with a 2-3 region record. All three teams did defeat each other, and lost to each other (example: NS beat Lexington but lost to Chester. Lexington beat Chester but lost to NS. Chester lost to Lexington, but beat NS). Then we will have a three way tie and everything will fall in place like it is currently. North Side is the 3, and Lexington will be the 4. So, no fireworks will happen unless Lexington wins in Savannah. Which will be tough knowing it'll be Smith's senior night (I think), Hardin County will go for 10-0, and Lexington has a tough time scoring 21 points against good competition (only 19 points in last two games combined).
  14. Class 2A Region 5: You can potentially have a 3 way tie for 1st place, or you could have a 3 way tie for 2nd place. Am I reading that right?
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