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  1. Knox Central looks to start another strong run after going 10-4 last season en route to a state semifinal finish, falling to Johnson Central 59-20. That was one week after Ashland fell to the same Johnson Central team by a 50-14 score, ending a 11-2 campaign where they lost both times to Johnson Central. They've escaped their tormentors with the drop to 3A. This is one of the marquee matchups in the state - who wins?
  2. One of the rare all-4A openers matches Wayne County from the east and Shelby County from the west in the PBK Death Valley Bowl at Lincoln County. Wayne County finished 8-4 a season ago, a rare season of late without competing for a region title. Shelby County struggled with consistency, or at least the consistency they'd want. Their 6-6 campain started with two wins, then two losses, and alternated wins and losses the rest of the way. They too bowed out in the second round in a narrow 20-14 loss to Knox Central. Shelby County is seen as a fringe competitor for the top ten, and may be looking to take Wayne's spot directly. Who gets this one?
  3. The Flyers fell short of the state semifinals a season ago, exiting with a 10-3 record via a 13-7 loss in overtime against Knox Central. They'll open 2019 at an East Jessamine squad that moves up in class to 5A this year, going 4-7 in 4A last season, and falling to John Hardin in the first round of the playoffs. Will East Jessamine be able to defend their homefield or will the Flyers.... uh, fly?
  4. The Maroons have most of the gang back for another season, looking to improve on last season's 10-3 region runner-up finish that saw them just barely fall short against eventual state champion Franklin-Simpson. They'll meet a Union County team that went 7-4, but one of those seven wins was a stunner on the road against that same Madisonville team, winning 14-13. Can the Braves turn everyone's heads again?
  5. The back to back defending state champions of 4A open up their latest title defense with neighboring Greenwood. Franklin has faced off with the Gators for the last ten seasons, and have won three straight and five of six from Greenwood. The last two were particularly lopsided affairs, with the Wildcats winning by a combined 113-13 score. Greenwood is looking to rebound from a 2-9 campaign a season ago. Can Greenwood get back in the game or will Franklin-Simpson run away with this again?
  6. The Redhounds open the 2019 campaign with the first of three straight home games, looking to impress immediately in their new class. The 2018 3A state runners-up match up with 5A Whitley County. The Colonels went 3-8 a season ago, which included a 36-7 loss in their season opener against the same Corbin team. Will the result be different this time?
  7. Johnson Central makes a rare opening week appearance, eschewing their usual by week out of the gate. The back to back 4A runners-up dropped their season opener a season ago, but didn't lose again until the state finals. They'll meet a Lafayette team that almost completely reversed that script - winning their season opener but then losing the next ten contests. Is this as mismatched as that sounds?
  8. The Rebels open up their 2019 campaign in the Little Caesars Ft. Harrod Bowl taking place at Mercer County. The 4A favorites haven't lost in their last 17 regular season contests, dating to a 10-7 loss to Danville in 2017. They'll meet an Iroquois team that went 2-8 a season ago and failed to reach the playoffs. The result seems to be in little doubt, making the question, how lopsided does this get?
  9. Franklin-Simpson saw an end to their 12 game winning streak and a seven game home streak in a running clock 36-14 loss to 5A powerhouse South Warren. Greenwood is entering on a two game losing streak, with their season so far tracking just like last season. Franklin has won two in a row against Greenwood, but failed to pick up the third in a row the last time they had such a win streak (in 2015). Can the Gators pull an incredible upset or do the Wildcats right the ship immediately?
  10. Knox Central enters at 1-1, and took the off week to clear their head from a blowout loss against Tennessee power Alcoa. The Panthers haven't fallen to Harlan County since 2013, and enjoyed a 43-23 blowout a year ago. Harlan County is 0-2 - will Knox send them to 0-3?
  11. The Golden Eagles bounced back from their loss to Capital, notching a somewhat closer than expected 33-21 victory over Henry Clay. They entertain another West Virginia team in South Charleston. South Charleston is not as highly regarded as the Capital team that beat Johnson Central, but is still rated by the computers as among the top 25 in the state. Johnson Central has beaten them the past two years, will they add a third?
  12. The Tigers started 0-2 just like 2017, but took the first step in showing that 2018 is a different year in knocking off Caldwell County 35-20 in the battle of the Tigers. That brings them to their rivalry game with Christian County, who also enter at 1-2. Christian County is coming off a surprising loss to Henderson County (28-7), and their lone win was in a dogfight against the very same Caldwell County team Hopkinsville just beat. Hopkinsville hasn't beaten Christian County since 2014, but is this the year?
  13. It's the Clash of the Cats! Logan County and Russellville is always a great rivalry game, though this year's edition appears to be a mismatch on paper. Last season this was the game that let people know that what they were seeing in Logan County was real, as the Cougars got the W 28-21. They enter this game at 3-0, just like a season ago. They're averaging 53 PPG and have already posted two shutouts. Russellville is 2-1, but their last game was a 17-13 decision against a Butler County team that Logan County walloped 57-0 in Week 1. Do the Panthers have any shot against Logan County?
  14. The Maroons have stayed on track since a surprising margin in their opening loss to Owensboro. They enter at 2-1, knocking off Murray 29-15 a week ago. They meet 2-0 Union County, who knocked off Madisonville 28-14 last season en route to a 5-0 start. This is the last warmup before district play for Madisonville - will they go in on the right foot?
  15. Knox Central got the season started right with a 49-22 win over Letcher County Central. It's a second straight year starting off in the victory column for a veteran Knox team. They will take on Alcoa in the Cumberland Falls Pigskin Classic at Corbin on August 25th. Alcoa is a monster of a matchup. Annually one of the best teams in Tennessee, Alcoa has won their class the last five seasons. Can Knox Central come out with the win?
  16. Franklin-Simpson opened their 4A title defense with a revenge win over Elizabethtown, 44-20. It was a turnaround from a 55-23 decision a year ago that saw the Wildcats embarrassed by a running clock. Meanwhile, Monroe County fell 34-20 to a Trigg County team they'd beaten by 18 a season ago. This appears to be a matchup between two teams moving in opposite directions from a game that Franklin already won 48-0 last season. Can we expect more of the same?
  17. This week the Golden Eagles begin their pursuit of a fourth straight title game appearance and second state championship after playing a scrimmage against Beechwood last week. Johnson Central was pushed in a 31-20 decision a year ago against Capital, but took their second straight season opener against Capital. In fact, Johnson Central hasn't lost a season opener since falling to Boyle County in 2010. Does the streak continue?
  18. Another year, another crushing blowout in Week 1 for the Maroons. You have to go back to 2014 to find the last time Madisonville won their season opener, and they've lost the last four by an average of 30.5 PPG. The latest was a 41-13 drubbing by a resurgent Owensboro squad. Jeriah Hightower was a bright spot, rushing for 131 yards on 19 attempts. Marshall County presents a get-right game, despite the Marshals' 34-12 win over Fort Campbell. Madisonville won their matchup 42-29 a season ago, kicking off a span that saw them win five of six games. Will we see a similar result this year?
  19. The Cardinals did not get off to a good start to the post-Lorenzo Linsey era, beaten badly by 6A Frederick Douglass 48-10. The Broncos are a top notch program so the result was not surprising, but it's quite the comedown for a Wayne County team that went 12-2 a season ago. Brody Weaver completed almost as many passes to the Broncos (three) as to his own team (four). They'll visit a Pulaski County team that came to Monticello a season ago and barely fell in a tight 29-27 decision to Wayne. They are coming in off a 48-39 win over Clarksville Northwest. Wiley Cain was prolific in the win, going 27/39 for 305 yards and five touchdowns. Can Wayne County avoid their first 0-2 start since 2010?
  20. The Cougars keep rolling along, bludgeoning Butler County 57-0 to open the 2018 season. Tyler Ezell only needed 6 completed passes to net 203 yards through the air, while Gary Hardy converted two of his 8 rushes into scores. Meanwhile, Muhlenberg County remained stuck in neutral as Apollo walloped them 47-12. A season ago Logan County won 36-18. Can we expect a bigger margin this time?
  21. The Cardinals blasted Marion County 62-6, setting a season high for points scored in moving their record to 8-1. They host 2-7 Green County, a team whose most notable accomplishment this year seems destined to be using an ineligible player against Caverna, allowing Caverna to snap a long losing streak by administrative forfeit. Nevertheless, last season a 7-2 Taylor County team fell 30-28 to Green County in a stunner. Can Green County pull an encore?
  22. The Cougars bounced back from their first regular season loss in two years to drop the hammer on Calloway County 44-7, and earned a home playoff game. This week they visit Todd County Central, where the Cougars finally kicked their losing streak two seasons ago. Todd County has had a solid season for them, carrying a 5-4 record. This game was a 34-6 Cougar win last season. What happens this year?
  23. Moore continued one of their best seasons in school history with a 34-7 blowout of John Hardin, securing the district title in the process. The Mustangs look like the favorite in region 2, but first look to extend their win streak to five in a row when they host 3-6 Henry County. The Wildcats have lost four in a row, failing to top 14 points in all but two of their games this season. Last year was a tight 13-8 decision in this game, won by Moore. Might we be in for another surprise close call?
  24. The Maroons stayed clutch with a 15-12 win over Christian County last week to move to 7-2. Madisonville has won their last two games by a combined 7 points. It makes the 14-0 win over Hopkinsville that preceded it look like a blowout. Nevertheless, the Maroons have won five in a row, and appear to be overwhelming favorites to make it six in a row when they visit Fort Campbell. Madisonville dominated in a 37-6 win over Fort Campbell last year, and the Falcons are just 1-8 this year, out of the playoff hunt. It is at Fort Campbell - do they have a prayer?
  25. The Cardinals secured the #2 seed out of district 6 with a 50-13 win over Russell County. That win moved them to 6-3 on the year, and this week they visit Madison Southern. The Eagles are just 2-7 this year, a shell of the team that went to the 5A state finals a year ago. Wayne County won their matchup a season ago 24-14 - can the homestanding Madison Southern team do anything to slow Wayne County down?
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