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20 hours ago, vandyfan13 said:

From a political standpoint, yes good to not hear much. But curious about support, since other than the 90s, not a real rich history there:

http://www.ahsfhs.org/tennessee/Teams/Coaches.asp?Team=East Robertson

Not sure who the candidates will be. Sure it will be someone out of sumner co that’s gets it though.

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