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Fumbles aside, Devils mount charge to win opener (NC)

Mooresville dropped the “F” word multiple times during the early phase of its season-opening football conversation Friday night. The word, of course, was “fumble.” And once the Blue Devils cleaned up their speaking, they spoke in a much more socially-accepted manner. Overcoming the loss of three fumbles all taking place within their first four possessions, […]

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Haven moves on from past, focus on present (KS)

As the saying goes, there’s no place to go but up, especially in Haven. But for the Wildcat football program that has been on the down end of an 11-35 record in the last five seasons, head coach Mike Hill has his team focused on the present. Hill listed five pillars on the practice field […]

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Scouting the West Chicago Wildcats (IL)

West Chicago coach Ted Monken believes the Wildcats can position themselves for success. “We have a lot of mature kids that know what they’re doing, that’s a strength. I think we have a chance to move the ball a little better this year and manage that clock, keep the defense fresh and have meaningful minutes […]

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L-P unveils triple option offense in scrimmage (IL)

After running a spread offense and throwing the ball a lot the past two seasons, the La Salle-Peru football team is going to have a much different look this fall. Cavalier fans got their first look at L-P’s new triple option offense Friday during the program’s “Meet the Cavs” scrimmage at Howard Fellows Stadium. “It’s […]

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Patriots open season with Bears (TN)

The Patriots are back under the Friday night lights this week, hosting the Sevier County Bears for the first time since 2014 when they handed Jefferson County a 63-10 drubbing. A few things have changed since then, namely now second-year head coach Spencer Riley and a new-look Patriot offense that touts physicallity above all else. […]

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Red Devils looking for hungry leaders (NC)

Liberty experienced one of its best football seasons in 2016, winning eight games and reaching the third round of the postseason after its first-ever home playoff victory. Yet coach Kyle Stewart will remind you, “It’s a new year. It’s a new team.” And motivation remains. “Part of that motivation can be, yeah, we won eight […]

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Georgia Tech quarterback battle ongoing

Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson is faced with a decision he has not had to make in three years: choosing a starting quarterback. He’s in no rush. The Yellow Jackets must replace Justin Thomas, who led them to a pair of bowl victories —including an Orange Bowl triumph that capped an 11-win season in 2014. […]

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