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Reasons Not to Stay Home Friday Night
Pleasant Grove Defensive End Brandon Lewis
Posted Sep 21, 2007
High school football kicks off the fourth week of the season with some exciting games all across the state. ScoutSouth.com brings you some key match-ups if you are traveling around the state to see a college game this weekend, or just looking to see a great high school game Friday night.
If you are in Tuscaloosa this weekend for the University of
's game against
on Saturday, don’t miss the battle of unbeatens at Roy Johnson Jr. Stadium when seventh ranked
pays a call on
Tide verbal commitment
John Michael Boswell
starts at offensive tackle for County High.
If you are a Georgia Bulldog you might want to travel up the road a bit to see your verbal commitment offensive lineman Ben Jones and his undefeated
at Choctaw Stadium.
isn't that far from the Capstone, and Tide verbal commitment
and fellow tight end
will put their fifth ranked undeafeated record on the line against No.12
(3-0) at the Pleasant Grove Athletic Complex.
Never miss a chance to see the Cade/Pippen/Williams show at undefeated second- ranked
. The show will run in stadiums near you this fall. They travel this week to face the Holt Ironmen at Woody Clements Stadium. This is another option for Tide fans.
If you are at
University to check out Saturday's match-up with New Mexico State check out the third ranked
Bulldogs at home at Bulldog Stadium. They will prep against
for a battle with reigning state champ and No.1 rated Prattville next week.
is not too far away, and the No.9 nine ranked Tigers will host undefeated 12th ranked
at Tiger Stadium. Defensive lineman
is having a great season and a commitment to Alabama.
If you are traveling to Jacksonville State to see the Gamecocks open conference play against Eastern Kentucky, try the 3-0
Tigers who will welcome region opponent and unbeaten 11th ranked
. The game is played at L.E. Bell Field.
Gamecock fans might also try Oxford/Lamar Field to see the undefeated
Yellow Jackets take on the No.8 (3-0)
Titans. Titans’ linebacker
is one of the best in the country.
The No.7 ranked
of Anniston (3-0) is another good team to see, and they will host undefeated
at Lantz Field.
The Trojans are on the road this week if you live in the Troy area. If you need your football fix, try the reigning 3A state champion
Bulldogs at Bulldog Stadium.
will give you a good show against
The second ranked
Trojans, with Auburn verbal commitment
at running back and Pat White's little brother Coley at quarterback, is a good game to see in the southern part of the state. The Trojans will take on a resurrected
, 2A state champs and No.1 ranked, will travel to
Hammond Field in a region matchup. Junior quarterback
may soon become a hot commodity for college coaches.
No. 2 ranked
will host a high flying bunch from
, and one team will face their first defeat. Linebacker Lamanski Ware is fun to watch for the Panthers. Look for this game at Morgan-Washburn stadium.
The dynasty of
will put their No.1 ranked three win record on the line when Coach Stacy Luker's '06 state champs face his coaching protégé's No.8
Patriots (3-0) at Nolan Atkins Stadium.
Hollenburg stadium is a good spot to see the undefeated
Indians host the No.1 ranked Prattville Lions if you are near the capitol of Alabama. Wetumpka led
into the second half of last year's match-up and gave them a scare. They could do it again.
North Alabama has a great match-up in the No.2 ranked Golden Tigers of
hosting the No.7 ranked
Jaguars. Both teams are loaded with college prospects.
, the third ranked team in 3A and undefeated, hosts a barely beaten
at Hudson Kirby stadium.
No.4 ranked (tie)
is back home at Estes Hudson Stadium where they will face a battle of undefeated teams when
in Town Creek, (Ala.), is famous for producing University of Alabama football stars. They are undefeated and ranked No.4 in the ScoutSouth.com 1A Coaches Poll. No team has managed to score a point on this defense in the early part of the season. They will host a 3-0 region opponent in
at Hazlewood Field.
The Shelby County area might want to check our the fourth (tie) ranked
(3-0). Calera's quarterback running back duo of Winterbottom and Lacey are a good show, and throw in offensive lineman and
on the other side. The Crimson Tide has been knocking on his door recently.
Just a little south of Shelby County is the No.3 ranked
Red Devils at George Walker Stadium where they host No.9 ranked
(3-0). Both teams have experienced offensive lines, and this should be a great battle in the trenches.
These are numerous reasons to get out and support these players on Friday nights, and entertain yourself to boot. You never know when you might see the next Bo Jackson,
or Jamarcus Russell.
--Your source for Alabama high school football.
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