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  1. I’m sure all week long Carmel has anticipated playing on a subpar field but I believe that it will take at least a quarter for the Greyhounds to find their footing. The past two years they came into FW and were pampered by playing on Homestead’s turf. The field is Snider’s greatest advantage. Panthers win tonight by 7.
  2. Marian vs. Luers

    Too many athletes on the FW Knights side for Mishawaka Knights to match. I expect a big game from one of the Luers RB or maybe even both as long as Coach Lindsay stays committed to the run. Last week Luers contained Anderson-Drew and Morrow. Tonight they’ll have to keep Hemmingway in check. If Marian is forced to throw, this game might not be close. Luers by 14.
  3. Most likely. The have sponsors and can pay the broadcast rights fees. Summit City Sports does a good job every week. The SAC is fortunate to have them.
  4. Concordia at Luers

    The game earlier this year was at Luers Field and both teams were coming off losses the week before. However, Concordia had a closer game against Snider than Luers had against Homestead. After taking the opening kickoff for a touchdown by Presley, Luers had no offense at all. Presley and Hambright only had 5 carriers each. For Luers to win that must change and the Knights have to run the ball effectively. The Knights QB has thrown almost as many picks as TDs 12/11. Turnovers have to be eliminated for the Knights. Byrd did a good job at keeping plays alive while scrambling. However, he's out with a thumb injury and if the freshman QB cannot find the magic that Byrd had in the first game, the Cadets will have find other ways to move the ball. Getting the ball into the hands of Anderson-Drew and Morrow so that they can make plays should be the Cadets main focus on offense. I see this game coming down to line play. Can Concordia control dominate both sides of the ball like they did in September? If so, then the Cadets will win in the same manner as they did earlier. If Luers can block for their two RBs and get up by a couple of scores on the Cadets and put pressure on the young QB to make plays, it might be the Knights turn to make a run at the state title. It should be a fun and entertaining matchup. A better game than Carroll/Snider or Wayne/Dwenger.
  5. SAC week 7

    Rivalry Week! Have the Knights finally put together the running game that they were hoping for when the season started? Can the Saints keep the momentum going after last week's shutout? Close game here: Knights by 4. 35-31. Cadets should be angry by their performance from last week and the Generals should be encouraged by their play against Snider. I think the Cadets hang on to win 28-21. Chargers have certainly rebounded from the Snider blowout in week 2. Spartans would love to win their final three games before facing Snider again sometime in Sectional play. Sparty by 14. 42-28. Overall Archers have scored more points per game than the Legends but have also given up more points per game on defense. Archers offense will prevail 36 - 27. Panthers will put this one away early over the Bruins. Panthers 55 - 18.
  6. SAC week 5

    Knights over Legends (42 - 14) Saints over Chargers (21-20) Cadets over Bruins (35 - 13) Generals over Archers (24 - 14) Panthers squeak by Spartans (28 - 24)
  7. Snider vs Homestead

    It should be Homestead. Last year's game was at Spuller (Snider).
  8. SAC week 4

    Because it wasn't about football, it was a good move.
  9. SAC week 4

    I would think that a player who has scored 6 out of 9 TDs for a team would touch the ball more than 6 times (3 each half) in a game. Maybe BL needs a new play caller. I agree on the announcer - I hope the ibuprofen kicks in soon. Great night for the Spartans! I hope that next week's game is one that showcases FW football. Well played tonight Cadets!
  10. SAC week 4

    Concordia at Bishop Luers - Knights need to show that last week was a fluke. Cadets played Snider tough and need another strong defensive game to win. I think this will be a close game. Knights 28 - 24. Homestead at Bishop Dwenger - If the Saints can pressure and contain the QB then they could win this game. If not, they lose in a shootout. Spartans 42 - 35. North Side at Wayne - Generals keep winning during the weakest part of their schedule. 28 - 7. Northrop at Carroll - Chargers try to keep the momentum heading in the right direction. 41 - 14. South Side at Snider - Can South Side get a score in this game? I don't think so. Panthers 52 - 0.
  11. SAC Week 3

    Carroll finally gets some relief: 28 - 7 Chargers. Dwenger will muscle South Side: 33 - 7 Saints. Luers' athletes need to dominate the first half because depth could be a factor in the second half: Knights 35 - 28. Snider's second string will continue to play more than its first: Panther 54 - 13. Wayne needs to play a full game to beat Northrop: Generals 24 - 19.
  12. SAC week 2 picks

    If the Chargers cannot find their running game, I don't think they find the end zone - Snider by 24. Just like last year, Homestead has more depth and that should come work to Sparty's advantage in the 4th quarter - Homestead by 10. Dwenger should control this game from start to finish - Saints by a bunch. Northrop should win this game, but if the Archers can muster some offense it will be close - Bruins by 6. Luers has too many weapons for the Generals - Knights by 17.
  13. SAC Week One

    Just to make this easy for me . . . weeks 1 - 9 Snider by 3+ touchdowns against North Side, South Side, Northrop, Wayne and Concordia; closer games with Dwenger, Luers, Carroll and Homestead. The rest of week 1 Dwenger by a bunch. Luers in a close, high-scoring game. Concordia in another close game. Homestead by at least 2 tds.
  14. 2017 New/Updated Stadiums

    Carroll in Fort Wayne.
  15. Just trying to be funny and not trying to insult anyone. In fact, over the years I always hoped that Northrop could turn it around. I think their last winning season was in 2003. They currently have a few good players but lack depth which is key to winning when playing in the SAC. Carroll/Snider could be a good game. I just think that Snider's overall talent will keep the Chargers from winning Friday night.