6A Ryle at 6A Conner

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    6A Ryle at 6A Conner

    Ryle (2-5) travels to Conner (5-2). Ryle has played a tough schedule and Conner has played well with winning record. Who wins this NKY matchup?
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    Tough game to pick. I think that Ryle likely has the advantage due to the schedule they have played so far, which is why I think they will win.

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    Should be close in the 1st half, Ryle will pull away in the 2nd half.
    Ryle by 10.

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    Ryle has played a much tougher schedule and seems as if they are starting to click. Ryle by 17.

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    I think Conner will pull this off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRKARK View Post
    I think Conner will pull this off.
    I wouldn’t be too surprised if they do.

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    Is Hicks healthy and back at QB for Conner? If so I think this game is a toss up and could go either way.

    Also any word if England plays this week for Ryle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by futurecoach View Post
    Is Hicks healthy and back at QB for Conner? If so I think this game is a toss up and could go either way.

    Also any word if England plays this week for Ryle?
    What is wrong with England?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CollegefootballGuy69 View Post
    What is wrong with England?
    Ryle has a new RB it appears.

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    Quote Originally Posted by futurecoach View Post
    Is Hicks healthy and back at QB for Conner? If so I think this game is a toss up and could go either way.

    Also any word if England plays this week for Ryle?
    I know Hicks is back and playing QB at Conner. That should help them with the passing game.

    I'm not sure about England? He hasn't done much this year either way. I'd say they'll be using Jackson a fair amount to see if it was a fluke or not.

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    I'm taking Ryle in the upset.. 27-21

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    Cougars make a statement tomorrow night.
    Conner by 7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RebelDad View Post
    Cougars make a statement tomorrow night.
    Conner by 7.
    What statement is made if the 5-2 Cougars win by 7 over the 2-5 Raiders?

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    Conner has trouble with power runners. Either England or Saladin could do well against them. The question is if Ryle can contain Christian Webster and Hicks. Hicks not only gives Conner a passing option, he can run the ball well, also. I picked Ryle in this one but I always seem to underestimate Conner. They win games I don't think they should win. Evidentally, Trosper and his staff are good at preparing their teams and making game time adjustments. In my mind, this game is as close to a toss up as you can get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BCHS-BLUEBIRD View Post
    What statement is made if the 5-2 Cougars win by 7 over the 2-5 Raiders?
    I dont hold much in the raiders poor record because of their hard schedule. With a cougar win, the statement is they shouldn't be overlooked, they've gotten better and can compete with fellow 6a schools.

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