Two 0-2 teams that could not be more different will meet with each looking for their first win of the season when these two face off this Friday. John Hardin will be making their first trip to Dragon Stadium since 2007, and will enjoy a vastly different venue this time around. But that's where the good feelings will stop for Warren Central. Like the first two games, they will just be hoping to make it out of the game in one piece, as the heavily favored Bulldogs should roll. Central has suffered losses to Owensboro (43-6) and McCracken County (55-18), with both games reaching running clocks before the conclusion of the first half. If they fall as expected, it will be their longest losing streak in 21 years. Meanwhile, John Hardin will look to erase the memory of an ugly loss to North Hardin that saw them win everywhere but the scoreboard. They are 0-2 two games in for the second time in three years, and will look to avoid going 0-3 for the second time in that same span. But the question (despite what the poll says) is how much do they win by, rather than whether they will win.