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Columbia leads 35-21 at halftime 

 

Despite giving Madison great field position every drive (i think all but 2 drives started at midfield or better for Madison) we have seemingly gotten a handle on Madison offense 

 

Columbia needs to keep up on the gas in second half and finish the deal

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48-24 

 

47 seconds left

 

Columbia ends 52 year drought and ends Madison County 30 game regular season win streak to move to 5-0 on season, best start since 2013

 

Columbia will travel to fellow 5-0 team Trinity Christian in Jacksonville next Friday 

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3 hours ago, Jbaby32 said:

The Refs

I don't think those were our normal refs,  ik our crowd was upset with a few calls they had especially with missing several late hits on our qb 

 

We definitely have to work on kickoff team moving forward and cut down on some of those ridiculous penalties we got late in the game

 

Both teams were getting chippy in 2nd half last night 

 

I will say for that first half Madison was right there with us but i feel in second half they looked wore down a bit on defense 

 

Madison is good enough to win 1a but they still got some work to do

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12 hours ago, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

I don't think those were our normal refs,  ik our crowd was upset with a few calls they had especially with missing several late hits on our qb 

 

We definitely have to work on kickoff team moving forward and cut down on some of those ridiculous penalties we got late in the game

 

Both teams were getting chippy in 2nd half last night 

 

I will say for that first half Madison was right there with us but i feel in second half they looked wore down a bit on defense 

 

Madison is good enough to win 1a but they still got some work to do

Curious on what kind of work we need for 1a 

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