Nobody is more old school than Tony Stanford. The veteran coach has joked that 3 or 4 yards and a cloud of dust is just fine with him if that is what works for his football team.
Oak Hill Academy football players and coaches were quick to pick out last season's key victory in what turned out to be a turn-around season.
CARROLLTON, Ala. -- The jack-of-all-trades moniker fails to capture everything Josh Lewis does on the football field.
ALICEVILLE, Ala. -- Aliceville High School football coach Charles Moody likes the versatility of his team.
After a very long fall camp, both the East and West Oktibbeha County High School football teams lift the curtain on their 2013 football seasons Friday night.
STEENS -- Adjustments don't seem to faze Jay Jay Swanigan.
WEST POINT -- The challenge is simple: Run the ball when everyone knows you're the man.
Taylor Stafford's dream came true this weekend.
STARKVILLE -- The Mississippi State University offense took full advantage of playing an inferior opponent Saturday in the home opener.
MACON -- Wyatt Roberts needs no introduction in the state of Mississippi. The 6-foot, 200-pound right-hander has been a fixture at quarterback for the Louisville High School football team for the past three seasons. In that time, he has earned a reputation as the gunslinger of a high-powered offense and has polished his skills to the point he has given a verbal commitment to play quarterback for Jacksonville State (Ala.) University, a Football Championship Subdivision School.
MILLPORT, Ala. -- If at first you don't succeed, call on your defense and special teams to get things going. That was the motto of the Pickens County High School football team Friday night in its Alabama High School Athletics Association Class 1A, Region 5 opener against South Lamar.
WEST POINT -- The train was coming downhill all night. Sometimes it was the Oak Hill Academy Raiders' only weapon.
AMORY -- Prior to the start of the 25th renewal of the A-Team game between the Aberdeen High School football team and Amory High, the home team cheerleaders' run-through banner boldly proclaimed, "Bulldogs ain't got no bite!"
It was a wild ride Friday night as county rivals Columbus and New Hope high school faced off in what has come to be their annual rivalry game.
CALEDONIA -- Football is game of momentum. The team that has the momentum usually carries the day.
WEST POINT -- It was clear from the opening minutes of this annual rivalry game that the West Point High School football team's running attack was just too dominant for Starkville.
HATLEY -- The Hamilton High School football team made the most of its final tuneup before Mississippi High School Activities Association Class 1A play by shutting out Monroe County rival Hatley 42-0 on Friday night.
LOUISVILLE -- With spread offenses and passing attacks that are throwing the football 40-50 times a game running wild, one would expect the old-school approach under center with a fullback and running back to be a lost cause. Heritage Academy football coach Barrett Donahoe still believes in the old-school approach.
Columbus High School senior running back Kendrick Conner was well aware of the tight spot his team was in Friday night.
STEENS -- Junior quarterback JJ Swanagin connected with KC Cunningham on a 44-yard touchdown pass with 30 seconds left in the game Friday night to lead the Immanuel Christian School football team to an 18-15 victory against Carroll Academy.
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