4A #3 Collins vs. 3A #3 Boyle County

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    4A #3 Collins vs. 3A #3 Boyle County

    Both teams come into this contest with one loss? Which team keeps it that way?
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    I'll take Boyle.

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    The Boyle team that played Wayne is a tough out. The Boyle team that played Danville is an easy out.

    I don't know much about Collins yet but will start my research soon.

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    Collins has good dual threat QB. The Boyle defense that has played great so far has faced similar type QB's in their 4 games. Offense played better but must continue to step up to reach their potential. I like Boyle in a close game.

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    I see Collins is now #1 in 4A per the Cantrall Ratings.

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    I like Collins at home in this one.

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    Boyle

    35 points a game
    12.3 allowed a game

    187.5 rushing yards a game
    89.8 allowed a game

    192 passing yards a game
    193 passing yards allowed a game.

    8 picks on the year with 4 returned for a TD
    7 fumbles forced 1 returned for a TD

    Collins

    37 points a game
    19 points allowed a game

    253 rushing yards a game
    87.8 rushing yards allowed a game

    240.3 passing yards a game
    199.8 passing yards allowed a game

    3 picks on the year
    7 fumbles forced this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebelstat View Post
    Boyle

    35 points a game
    12.3 allowed a game

    187.5 rushing yards a game
    89.8 allowed a game

    192 passing yards a game
    193 passing yards allowed a game.

    8 picks on the year with 4 returned for a TD
    7 fumbles forced 1 returned for a TD

    Collins

    37 points a game
    19 points allowed a game

    253 rushing yards a game
    87.8 rushing yards allowed a game

    240.3 passing yards a game
    199.8 passing yards allowed a game

    3 picks on the year
    7 fumbles forced this year.
    Should be a close game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebelstat View Post
    Boyle

    35 points a game
    12.3 allowed a game

    187.5 rushing yards a game
    89.8 allowed a game

    192 passing yards a game
    193 passing yards allowed a game.

    8 picks on the year with 4 returned for a TD
    7 fumbles forced 1 returned for a TD


    Collins

    37 points a game
    19 points allowed a game

    253 rushing yards a game
    87.8 rushing yards allowed a game

    240.3 passing yards a game
    199.8 passing yards allowed a game

    3 picks on the year
    7 fumbles forced this year.
    Collins looks to be pretty balanced on offense. IMO the key to the game comes down to turnovers. Boyle has made teams pay this year as their defense already has 5 TD's.

    Kelly, Paycheck, and Hatter has own the line of scrimmage every game this year.

    Bartleson, and Smith has Boyle on pace to break some INT records, plus they open field tackle better than any Boyle D-Backs that I have seen. Plus Snyder and Bottoms are having a great season also. After watching Danville, Waggener, and John Hardin's speed it's hard to believe that Collins would be something that they haven't already seen.

    Gervacio, Roller, and Hellyer all have done a great job tackling and playing their position.

    Boyle will a very hard out this year just because they have a GREAT overall defense. Lineman, Linebackers, and D-backs. Plus most only play one way. The defense alone will keep them in every game this year. Holding 2A #2 Danville's explosive offense to 1 touchdown, and 4A #2 Wayne County only had 1 touchdown till very late in the game has been very impressive.

    I like Boyle to win Friday with another strong defensive performance.
    Boyle 27
    Collins 14

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    Boyle Co by 7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel View Post
    Collins looks to be pretty balanced on offense. IMO the key to the game comes down to turnovers. Boyle has made teams pay this year as their defense already has 5 TD's.

    Kelly, Paycheck, and Hatter has own the line of scrimmage every game this year.

    Bartleson, and Smith has Boyle on pace to break some INT records, plus they open field tackle better than any Boyle D-Backs that I have seen. Plus Snyder and Bottoms are having a great season also. After watching Danville, Waggener, and John Hardin's speed it's hard to believe that Collins would be something that they haven't already seen.

    Gervacio, Roller, and Hellyer all have done a great job tackling and playing their position.

    Boyle will a very hard out this year just because they have a GREAT overall defense. Lineman, Linebackers, and D-backs. Plus most only play one way. The defense alone will keep them in every game this year. Holding 2A #2 Danville's explosive offense to 1 touchdown, and 4A #2 Wayne County only had 1 touchdown till very late in the game has been very impressive.

    I like Boyle to win Friday with another strong defensive performance.
    Boyle 27
    Collins 14
    great assessment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel View Post
    Collins looks to be pretty balanced on offense. IMO the key to the game comes down to turnovers. Boyle has made teams pay this year as their defense already has 5 TD's.

    Kelly, Paycheck, and Hatter has own the line of scrimmage every game this year.

    Bartleson, and Smith has Boyle on pace to break some INT records, plus they open field tackle better than any Boyle D-Backs that I have seen. Plus Snyder and Bottoms are having a great season also. After watching Danville, Waggener, and John Hardin's speed it's hard to believe that Collins would be something that they haven't already seen.

    Gervacio, Roller, and Hellyer all have done a great job tackling and playing their position.

    Boyle will a very hard out this year just because they have a GREAT overall defense. Lineman, Linebackers, and D-backs. Plus most only play one way. The defense alone will keep them in every game this year. Holding 2A #2 Danville's explosive offense to 1 touchdown, and 4A #2 Wayne County only had 1 touchdown till very late in the game has been very impressive.

    I like Boyle to win Friday with another strong defensive performance.
    Boyle 27
    Collins 14
    I agree Boyle's defense is for real this year and as you said will keep them in any game they play this season.

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    Boyle has totaled 97 points on Collins the last 2 years and I look for Boyle to keep that average about the same this year.

    Boyle's defense is far superior to the last 2 years and I look for Boyle to limit Collins offensively.

    Boyle County 49
    Collins 21

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