6A #6 Scott County at #1 Frederick Douglass

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    6A #6 Scott County at #1 Frederick Douglass

    Round 2 this Friday. What does everyone think on this one. The Broncos won the first meeting a month ago 28-10.
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    Game of the week.

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    I believe that it will be a similar result, I’m going with Douglass.

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    Scott County was impressive versus Campbell County in round 1. They looked to have things back together. I think this game is closer than the first and won't be shocked if Scott County gets the win.

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    Very tough match-up for Cardinals. Douglas very probably best team in state (and this is only the school's 2nd year).

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    Have been on the FD bandwagon all season, see no reason to disembark.

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    FD will have to play a perfect game turnovers could cost them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldercoach View Post
    Very tough match-up for Cardinals. Douglas very probably best team in state (and this is only the school's 2nd year).
    Isnt Scott County the best team they played this year? Until they show they can beat one of the Louisville schools. I have a hard time saying they are best in the state. Not saying they wont prove to be. I just can't until we see it.

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    I think it'll be a closer game with the same result.
    FD- 35
    SC- 24

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    Quote Originally Posted by CollegefootballGuy69 View Post
    FD will have to play a perfect game turnovers could cost them.
    Why would they have to play a perfect game they turned it over 2 or 3 times the last time they played. I know they fumbled inside the 10 and threw a interception inside the 20 and still won 28-10. Grant it Scott could win the game (no doubt) but to say they are so good that Douglass would have to play a perfect game to win. I donít see that at all. I think that would be more true the other way around. Imo

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    Quote Originally Posted by 16thBBall Fan View Post
    Why would they have to play a perfect game they turned it over 2 or 3 times the last time they played. I know they fumbled inside the 10 and threw a interception inside the 20 and still won 28-10. Grant it Scott could win the game (no doubt) but to say they are so good that Douglass would have to play a perfect game to win. I don’t see that at all. I think that would be more true the other way around. Imo
    Scott County is playing good football.

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    I’m going with Scott County to pull the upset. They learned from their mistakes made in the first meeting and are going to use that to propel them in the rematch.

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    Did Glen Covington from Scott County play the last time they played?

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    Quote Originally Posted by futurecoach View Post
    Isnt Scott County the best team they played this year? Until they show they can beat one of the Louisville schools. I have a hard time saying they are best in the state. Not saying they wont prove to be. I just can't until we see it.
    Can't argue with your logic. But, until the Louisville matchup happens they appear to me to be the best. Having not been there before, first run through the Louisville gauntlet could prove overwhelming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Statsdontlie View Post
    Did Glen Covington from Scott County play the last time they played?
    No he did not.

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