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FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Goals within reach for Tigers

Published 8:09pm Thursday, September 20, 2012

What the players saw during Monday’s film session was an offensive line that dominated in last week’s 39-0 win over region foe Shelby County.

That unit will need to be good again against Talladega, a team Hand said will “scare you.”

“It looks like they have a basketball team out there playing defense,” he said. “They’re all 6’3,” 6’4,” the linebackers are flying to the ball.”

WHO WILL WIN?

Last week’s win over Shelby County was a confidence-builder. A win over Talladega could give the Tigers full-blown momentum. With a familiar formula—stout defense and solid running game—look for Chilton County to get it done.

Pick: Chilton Co. | Picks record: 9-7

Who do you think will win the Chilton County-Talladega game?

  • Chilton Co. (68%, 26 Votes)
  • Talladega (32%, 12 Votes)

Total Voters: 38

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ALSO FRIDAY NIGHT

Thorsby (1-2) at No. 2 Leeds (3-0)

Leeds is one of the state’s top teams in Class 3A, while Thorsby is still adjusting to the class. Pick: Leeds

Conecuh Springs at Chilton Christian (2-1)

Chilton Christian got back on track with last week’s win and will make it two straight. Pick: Chilton Christian

Verbena (0-3) at Loachapoka (1-2)

A hurting Verbena team could desperately use a home game or a non-region game. Pick: Loachapoka

Billingsley (1-2) at Sunshine (0-3)

Billingsley’s season didn’t start the way it wanted but has a chance to even its record. Pick: Billingsley

Horseshoe Bend (2-1) at Isabella (2-1)

A win would position Isabella for a playoff spot—maybe even hosting in the first round. Pick: Isabella

No. 3 Maplesville (3-0) at Akron (3-0)

Akron will be some of Maplesville’s stiffest region competition. The Devils roll. Pick: Maplesville

Bibb Co. (2-1) at Jemison (2-1)

Bibb Co. owns a six-game winning streak in the series. It’ll be close, but make it seven. Pick: Bibb Co.

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