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  1. Time to discuss the week 7 matchups: What are your thoughts and predictions about this week? Angola (5-1) at Prairie Heights (0-6) Central Noble (2-4) at Churubusco (4-2) Fremont (1-5) at Eastside (4-2) Garrett (5-1) at Fairfield (1-5) West Noble (2-4) at Lakeland (2-4)
  2. Concord at Jimtown Goshen at Warsaw Indianapolis Shortridge at Elkhart Memorial Northridge at NorthWood Wawasee at Plymouth Elkhart Central at Mishawaka John Glenn at South Bend Washington Mishawaka Marian at Bremen New Prairie at South Bend Riley South Bend Adams at South Bend Clay South Bend St. Joe at Penn Crown Point at Valparaiso Lake Central at Michigan City Merrillville at LaPorte Portage at Chesterton Culver at Knox LaVille at Pioneer North Miami at Caston West Central at North Judson Winamac at Triton Heritage at Culver Academy Fairfield at Angola South Central (Union Mills) at Wheeler
  3. Quick picks for me minus the FF game: Busco 56 Fremont 0 Garrett 35 West Noble 20 Lakeland 35 Central Noble 14 PH 0 Eastside 63
  4. I hadn't heard about this.
  5. These are the week 6 match ups! What are your thoughts and predictions? Churubusco (3-2) at Fremont (1-4) Fairfield (1-4) at Angola (4-1) Garrett (4-1) at West Noble (2-3) Lakeland (1-4) at Central Noble (2-3) Prairie Heights (0-5) at Eastside (3-2)
  6. My picks minus the FF game: Angola 20 Lakeland 27.......I keep picking the Lakers...a fact is....outside of Leo, (and Leo just got dismantled by New Haven), Angola hasn't seen many tough opponents. Lakeland's strength of schedule is definitely tougher at this point than Angola's....going with the home team. Garrett 35 Eastside 28.....I think on paper Eastside appears to have the edge, but they appeared to have the edge last year too and got beat 35-14. Closer, but Garrett still wins. Central Noble 42 Fremont 0.............I was disappointed that Fremont lost to CC last week by a point. CN gets this one easily. Churubusco 56 PH 0..........PH is having a hard time stopping other teams, they have unfortunately only won 1 out of their last 25 varsity football games. Here's to hoping you are incorrect sir.
  7. Elkhart Memorial at Plymouth Goshen at Concord NorthWood at Wawasee Warsaw at Northridge Bremen at New Prairie Jimtown at Mishawaka Marian Knox at John Glenn Mishawaka at South Bend Clay Penn at South Bend Adams South Bend St. Joe at Elkhart Central South Bend Washington at South Bend Riley Chesterton at Valparaiso LaPorte at Lake Central Michigan City at Merrillville Portage at Crown Point Caston at LaVille Culver at Triton North Judson at Winamac Pioneer at West Central River Forest at South Central (Union Mills) Culver Academy at Brebeuf Jesuit Fairfield at West Noble
  8. Here are the week 5 (already week 5!) matchups....thoughts and predictions? Angola (3-1) at Lakeland (1-3) Eastside (2-2) at Garrett (4-0) Fairfield (1-3) at West Noble (1-3) Fremont (1-3) at Central Noble (1-3) Prairie Heights (0-4) at Churubusco (2-2)
  9. Week 4 (Sept 9) Elkhart Memorial at Warsaw NorthWood at Goshen Plymouth at Northridge Wawasee at Concord Birmingham Brother Rice (MI) at Elkhart Central Jimtown at Glenn Mishawaka at South Bend Adams Penn at Orchard Lake St. Mary's (MI) South Bend Clay vs South Bend St. Joe South Bend Riley vs Mishawaka Marian South Bend Washington vs New Prairie Triton at Bremen Chesterton at LaPorte Lake Central at Crown Point Valparaiso at Michigan City Caston at Pioneer Knox at North Judson LaVille at Winamac West Central at Culver Western at Culver Academy Niles (MI) at Fairfield South Central (Union Mills) at Hammond Noll
  10. Here are my picks minus the Fairfield game.....FYI Niles would be equivalent of a 4A/5A school in Indiana. They are big up front and have won their first two games. I do not think they are the best team Fairfield has seen this year. Angola 35 West Noble 7.....Angola is on the rise, and it appears WN is struggling. Central Noble 28 PH 0.....CN is a physical football team. They're doing things right. Fremont 28 Covenant Christian 13....CC has played NO ONE....which is why they are 3-0. Fremont is playing on Saturday at 1pm at CC....the Fremont varsity will feel like they are playing a JV team. Go NECC. Eastside 28 Churubusco 35....Eastside will have a hard time stopping the Busco run attack. Lakeland 21 Garrett 14.....surprise of the week. Lakers take it away from the Railroaders.
  11. Fairfield Jimtown Mishawaka Marian Northwood South Bend, St. Joe Wawasee This would be a really tough football conference...schools are similar in size...Northwood and Wawasee are a little bit gigger than the rest. 3 open weeks to schedule non-conference foes...in a dream world. Obviously....none of these teams would really want to leave their current conferences.
  12. Here are the week 4 matchups...thoughts and predictions? Angola (2-0) at West Noble (1-2) Central Noble (0-3) at Prairie Heights (0-3) Churubusco (2-1) at Eastside (1-2) Fremont (1-2) at Covenant Christian (3-0) Lakeland (1-2) at Garrett (3-0) Niles (Mich.) 2-0 at Fairfield (1-2)
  13. You did not upset me, I just thought that 600+ yards of offense and 50 points against a quality opponent, on top of averaging 50 points per game in 3 weeks, would have erased any questions about how talented the NW offense is. Maybe they did play 3 "questionable" defenses...but I'm sticking with the idea that the offense in Nap-town is plentiful.
  14. Did Busco kick 2 field goals?
  15. Really? 46 on Jimtown....54 on Fairfield, and now 50 on Concord...again, just saying.