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Uncle Rico

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  1. My concern when I evaluate Lawrenceburg is their defense. I don't like that they gave up 35 points to Batesville. If you look back in recent seasons when they've had to play really good teams, their defenses just haven't been able to stop anyone. Because of this, Heritage Hills will control the line of scrimmage with the flexbone and keep the Tigers high powered offense off the field. I'm not a big believer in a sophomore quarterback being able to win a game like this either. I expect Heritage Hills to force several turnovers. Nothing against Lawerenceburg and they may prove me wrong, but I'm not going to bet on them until they do. I will say their stadium is one of the best venues I've ever been to.
  2. I get what you're saying in regards to Reitz and Castle. Maybe you don't have that one dominant big school team in it this year but in my opinion there were a lot more chances to actually lose a game this year. There have been years when Bosse, Harrison, North and Central were not very good. This year it was Harrison and maybe Bosse to a lesser extent. Reitz found themselves a bit the last 2 or 3 weeks of the season so they were not a terrible team either. Also, when you play that many solid teams I think there's a greater chance of injury. Castle cares more about their band than their football team. Still a tough place to play for teams that want to pass with the ridiculous crown on their field.
  3. I'm not sure how the 2 teams stack up but they didn't do MD any favors with the early start time Saturday.
  4. With all due respect, John Harrell has no idea what he's talking about in regards to his predictions.
  5. I think Linton has played enough quality teams that strength of schedule shouldn't be a factor. Both teams are much improved from last year. Linton runs an offense that Mater Dei doesn't see too often and it'll be interesting to see if they can deal with it. This game will most likely be decided by the offensive and defensive lines, as most games are.
  6. I'm wondering how accurate Sagarin is now with the introduction of the running clock. Mater Dei drops after winning 56-0 against a team they could have probably beat 150-0. This should be a good game against 2 tradition rich and well coached teams.
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