Best of the Best: Week 4

Lots to choose from this week, but here are my five picks for the best of the best games to keep an eye on in the MSAC and Cardinal Conference this week 1. Capital at Cabell Midland Knights Stadium, Ona This is always a big one. Capital and Cabell Midland know each other well from … “Best of the Best: Week 4”

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Best of the Best: Week 2

Week 1 is in the books, let’s turn our focus to some of the big games coming up this week in the MSAC and Cardinal Conference. 1. Spring Valley at Huntington Bob Sang Stadium, Huntington – Friday Last year’s MSAC champ and Class AAA state runner-up visits my current No. 2 team in Class AAA. … “Best of the Best: Week 2”

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About last night: GW-South Charleston edition

Let’s talk about last night. South Charleston came from behind to knock off rival George Washington thanks in large part to an outstanding defensive effort and a long, late touchdown run by SC quarterback Trae Murphy. For South Charleston, it was an escape act. The way that defense played, especially in the second half, they … “About last night: GW-South Charleston edition”

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Best of the Best: Week 1

Each week I am going to pick a handful of games featuring Cardinal Conference and Mountain State Athletic Conference football teams to shine a spotlight on for any number of reasons. I will endeavor to put this feature out each Thursday, but since this is Week 1 and there are games on Thursday you’re getting … “Best of the Best: Week 1”

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The Varsity Show: Talkin’ About Food (And Football)

OH BOY ANOTHER EPISODE OF THE VARSITY SHOW FOR YOUR EARS. Tom Bragg and Ryan Pritt host. Rick Ryan will be back soon, we promise. On this episode: Twitter Mailbag, including: St. Albans, Kennedy Award candidates and a whole lot of talk about the best places to eat before, during and after games. Doug Smock … “The Varsity Show: Talkin’ About Food (And Football)”

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Footballing: Dragging ourselves through another endless July

Hi gang. It’s July – the black hole for prep football after the summer practice period but not quite time for the actual season to get started. I love cookouts and fireworks, but after the 4th I’m always ready to get football season going. Lucky for us Rick Ryan (and myself to a much, much, … “Footballing: Dragging ourselves through another endless July”

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