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FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Red Devils rested after rare off-week

Published 4:40pm Thursday, October 11, 2012

And now with a rare week of rest, the Red Devils look to take on Talladega County Central on Friday in a game that Harris believes is very winnable, healthy or not.

“We can compete with most anyone,” he said. “We had great practices last Wednesday and Thursday. We got quite a lot accomplished. Those kids are not quitters.”

WHO WILL WIN?

Verbena hasn’t scored more than six points since the first week of the season, and the Red Devils haven’t scored more than 13 points all year. They’ll play tough again, but you have to score to be able to win.

Pick: Talladega Co. Central | Picks record: 25-13

Who do you think will win the Verbena-Talladega Co. Central game?

  • Talladega Co. Central (90%, 9 Votes)
  • Verbena (10%, 1 Votes)

Total Voters: 10

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ALSO FRIDAY NIGHT

Maplesville (5-1) at Autaugaville (2-4)

Maplesville needs two more wins to set up a showdown with Keith for the region championship. Pick: Maplesville

Jemison (5-1) at Corner (3-3)

Jemison has been dominant during its five-game winning streak, outscoring opponents by an average of 43-9. Pick: Jemison

Briarwood (2-4) at Chilton Co. (5-1)

All the good feelings after last week’s huge win would disappear if Chilton County were upset at home by Briarwood. Pick: Chilton Co.

Billingsley (3-3) at Ellwood Chr. (3-3)

Billingsley needs this win Thursday for playoff positioning, but the Bears are battling too many injuries to pull it out. Pick: Ellwood

LaFayette (3-3) at Isabella (3-3)

Last week’s loss was disappointing for Isabella, and LaFayette will prove an even tougher opponent for the Mustangs. Pick: LaFayette

Midfield (3-3) at Thorsby (1-5)

Thorsby is reeling and in the middle of a difficult stretch. The Rebels’ best chance to win will be next week. Pick: Midfield

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