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  1. SR had 182 yard of offense and 2 turnovers against HH. GS had 405 yards of offense and 4 turnovers. I would upgrade that win to "regular" upset.
  2. Confucius say....don't forget grasshopper, man standing on toilet is high on pot and Bosse plays in SIAC which give magical power. (gracious respectful bow)
  3. This is the last time these two teams will meet under the "old" PAC structure. Even though SR will be in the PAC small division next season and GS in the large division, it has been reported that they will meet as a "cross-over" game next season. SR had beaten GS nine seasons in a row before the current GS run of defeating SR six consecutive seasons. Since the opening of GS in 1974, Southridge leads series 20-13. Gibson Southern (6-2) at Southridge (7-1) GAME TIME: 7:30 pm ET, Raider Field. COACHES: Nick Hart, 82-14 in 8th year at Gibson Southern. Scott Buening, 65-20 in 7th year at Southridge, 77-48 in 11th year overall. SAGARIN RATINGS: Gibson Southern, 62.62, 81st overall, 9th in 3A. Southridge, 60.38, 92nd overall, 12th in 3A. LAST OUTING: Gibson Southern defeated Tell City, 37-0. Southridge defeated Pike Central, 70-3. VS. COMMON FOES: Gibson Southern 5-1; Southridge 5-1. OPPONENTS' RECORDS: Gibson Southern 28-36. Southridge 32-31. SERIES LAST 35 YEARS: Southridge, 18-9 LAST MEETING: Gibson Southern, 31-14, Oct. 12, 2018. All-time Series: Southridge vs. Gibson Southern Date Result Series 10-11-1974 Southridge 6 - 20 Gibson Southern 0-1 10-10-1975 Southridge 8 - 16 Gibson Southern 0-2 10-22-1976 Southridge 16 - 14 Gibson Southern 1-2 10-21-1977 Southridge 14 - 21 Gibson Southern 1-3 10-20-1978 Southridge 26 - 6 Gibson Southern 2-3 10-19-1979 Southridge 0 - 3 Gibson Southern 2-4 10-15-1993 Southridge 12 - 33 Gibson Southern 2-5 10-14-1994 Southridge 27 - 14 Gibson Southern 3-5 10-13-1995 Southridge 14 - 6 Gibson Southern 4-5 10-11-1996 Southridge 28 - 16 Gibson Southern 5-5 10-25-1996 Southridge 14 - 0 Gibson Southern 6-5 10-17-1997 Southridge 26 - 0 Gibson Southern 7-5 10-16-1998 Southridge 19 - 28 Gibson Southern 7-6 10-15-1999 Southridge 35 - 0 Gibson Southern 8-6 10-13-2000 Southridge 27 - 7 Gibson Southern 9-6 10-12-2001 Southridge 28 - 21 Gibson Southern 10-6 10-18-2002 Southridge 52 - 0 Gibson Southern 11-6 10-17-2003 Southridge 0 - 33 Gibson Southern 11-7 10-15-2004 Southridge 32 - 15 Gibson Southern 12-7 10-14-2005 Southridge 20 - 7 Gibson Southern 13-7 10-13-2006 Southridge 42 - 6 Gibson Southern 14-7 10-12-2007 Southridge 40 - 14 Gibson Southern 15-7 10-17-2008 Southridge 26 - 0 Gibson Southern 16-7 10-16-2009 Southridge 34 - 0 Gibson Southern 17-7 10-15-2010 Southridge 42 - 21 Gibson Southern 18-7 10-14-2011 Southridge 37 - 26 Gibson Southern 19-7 10-12-2012 Southridge 35 - 21 Gibson Southern 20-7 10-18-2013 Southridge 21 - 31 Gibson Southern 20-8 10-17-2014 Southridge 0 - 41 Gibson Southern 20-9 10-16-2015 Southridge 0 - 50 Gibson Southern 20-10 10-14-2016 Southridge 35 - 38 Gibson Southern 20-11 10-13-2017 Southridge 14 - 55 Gibson Southern 20-12 10-12-2018 Southridge 14 - 31 Gibson Southern 20-13
  4. No sir.....not directed at you at all! Your point made total sense to me.
  5. Thanks my friend...it is amazing there are folks on this board that still need that explanation.
  6. I think Chris's comment was tongue and cheek because historically the knock on the PAC has been the strength schedule...particularly from our neighbor conference to the South. I would venture a guess that Chris's point is that is has been proven time and time again that it is quite possible to develop a semi-state level competitor from out of this conference most years just the way it is. I say that within full view of the sun that of course a tougher schedule is sometimes more desirable and sometimes the best team in the state is in your sectional.
  7. Styles make fights. There were some tremendous athletes in that Southport secondary. Keep in mind Allen had 207 yards passing and I am sure he is a little frustrated about 5 or so drops. HH has 9 two way players. GS had at least a couple in and out on D/O lines.
  8. No indication that I have heard of regarding a PC forfeit.
  9. The thing is...the winner of this game could very easily be the loser come sectional time...particularly if it feels like the teams are as balanced at the statistical tools would suggest.
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