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1 minute ago, MidTennFootball said:

Not as big considering Haywood is the only school in the county

LOL - I was talking about size of players, but this interesting about the size of the schools. I was being sarcastic like Man of Millions but it didn't register. It seems like everyone has Tullahoma as a heavy favorite. Maybe that is true, but I guarantee you the Tomcats will not be an easy out. 

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1 minute ago, reddyrebel6 said:

LOL - I was talking about size of players, but this interesting about the size of the schools. I was being sarcastic like Man of Millions but it didn't register. It seems like everyone has Tullahoma as a heavy favorite. Maybe that is true, but I guarantee you the Tomcats will not be an easy out. 

Not a favorite according to the article in todays Tennessean news paper.

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2 minutes ago, reddyrebel6 said:

LOL - I was talking about size of players, but this interesting about the size of the schools. I was being sarcastic like Man of Millions but it didn't register. It seems like everyone has Tullahoma as a heavy favorite. Maybe that is true, but I guarantee you the Tomcats will not be an easy out. 

Fair enough, my caffeine hasn't kicked in yet, so that's what I'm blaming it on. Haywood has themselves a really good HC

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2 minutes ago, MidTennFootball said:

Fair enough, my caffeine hasn't kicked in yet, so that's what I'm blaming it on. Haywood has themselves a really good HC

LOL - Man of Millions trained me in Coach T - I have to honor him every once in a while by being sarcastic. Sometimes I feel like Haywood County gets overlooked a little bit. I know the East has dominated in the past and Elizabethton and Greeneville are proven title winners, so I surely get it. The East needs to earn respect. Coach Smith is still young, but has amassed a 66-22 overall record and is 57-8 last five years, so he is doing something right. 

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From Nashville Paper

Haywood at Tullahoma

Adams – Tullahoma 17, Haywood 14: In a defensive showdown, Tullahoma's balanced offense will do just enough to pull off a field-goal victory.

Hamilton – Haywood 35 Tullahoma 32: JaKylon Taylor rushes for three touchdowns as Haywood makes the state title game for the second year in a row. 

Horton – Haywood 21, Tullahoma 18: The Tomcats will have a close defensive battle against Tullahoma but Haywood will prevail.

Joyce  Tullahoma 24, Haywood 17: Wildcats reach state title game for first time.

Kreager  Haywood 21, Tullahoma 20: This might be best semifinal in the state.

Robinson – Haywood 35, Tullahoma 28: The Tomcats beat the Wildcats in a shootout.

Spears – Haywood 24, Tullahoma 17: The Tomcats overcome a sluggish start to make it back to the Class 4A championship for the second consecutive season.

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1 minute ago, TTownFan50 said:

From Nashville Paper

Haywood at Tullahoma

Adams – Tullahoma 17, Haywood 14: In a defensive showdown, Tullahoma's balanced offense will do just enough to pull off a field-goal victory.

Hamilton – Haywood 35 Tullahoma 32: JaKylon Taylor rushes for three touchdowns as Haywood makes the state title game for the second year in a row. 

Horton – Haywood 21, Tullahoma 18: The Tomcats will have a close defensive battle against Tullahoma but Haywood will prevail.

Joyce  Tullahoma 24, Haywood 17: Wildcats reach state title game for first time.

Kreager  Haywood 21, Tullahoma 20: This might be best semifinal in the state.

Robinson – Haywood 35, Tullahoma 28: The Tomcats beat the Wildcats in a shootout.

Spears – Haywood 24, Tullahoma 17: The Tomcats overcome a sluggish start to make it back to the Class 4A championship for the second consecutive season.

Thanks - seems like an even matchup. I doubt any of these guys has seen Haywood play this year and maybe not Tullahoma either. I have seen brief clips of Tullahoma and know they are a solid team. At this point, anyone 13-0 is really, really good. I just hope for a good, solid game and that we win, lol

 

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4 minutes ago, reddyrebel6 said:

Thanks - seems like an even matchup. I doubt any of these guys has seen Haywood play this year and maybe not Tullahoma either. I have seen brief clips of Tullahoma and know they are a solid team. At this point, anyone 13-0 is really, really good. I just hope for a good, solid game and that we win, lol

 

I agree except for the winner, Tullahoma gets their first trip to the Championship game…:D

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1 hour ago, MidTennFootball said:

Not as big considering Haywood is the only school in the county

Tullahoma has to share the talent pool with a 6A team at Coffee County central. We are the second largest school in 4A. We tried to play up to 5A for this 3 year classification period but we’re denied. I think we will have 5 A enrollment numbers by 2023. 

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