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Southwestern 27 Pulaski County 7


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19 minutes ago, Jumper_Dad said:

Tied 7 to 7 entering the fourth quarter. Southwestern used superior field position to control the fourth quarter and the game.

Special teams were big for Southwestern in the second half.  The short punts by Pulaski and deep kickoffs for Southwestern left Pulaski playing the whole fourth quarter on their side of the field.  

 

Another big difference was Southwestern's defensive front against the Maroons offensive line.  Pulaski couldn't give Polston enough time to let plays develop.  He either had to take off or go straight to the check down right away.  

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43 minutes ago, Jumper_Dad said:

Announcer said this was Southwestern's first 11 win season. That doesn't seem right but that's what they reported.

It's true. They won 10 games in 2011, 2014, 2017, 2018, and last year.

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3 hours ago, Jumper_Dad said:

Announcer said this was Southwestern's first 11 win season. That doesn't seem right but that's what they reported.

Also the first time in school history with three straight district titles* 

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5 hours ago, Statsdontlie said:

So does Southwestern host Frederick Douglass next week? 

No mud bowl this year.🙂They come to Douglass. Unless Woodford or Douglass lose they will both have all home games until the state final due to the two schools RPI.

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