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On 11/21/2019 at 4:49 PM, MNWB said:

not for me but ill still answer. I think this is the year St.Thomas wins all ONLY because Lakeland got exposed last week. Shame for Armwood because they need to take advantage of these next two yrs while they no longer have to worry about us Miami Powers... Because they might put them back with us.

Armwood will give STA hell IMO.   Their D is nice and they have guys that make big plays on O.   

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5 minutes ago, Zoe Boy said:

But of course 

If APK remains healthy and motivated, they will find that this game, if it happens, ain't no Vero Beach walk on the beach. It has been an up and down year with injuries and other stuff, but I feel Apopka is playing its best football at the right time.

I realize DB has more guys with big time college in their future, but we got a couple, too, and have peaked at the right time. 

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1 hour ago, fishspinners said:

It's possible but I'm leaning 37-24

It will be very tough for Jesuit to score on MNW D. The speed advantage will be palpable. No disrespect to the Tigers. They've had a great year. But they don't have the speed on O to be a threat to MNW D. I could see Jesuit scoring on a short field or busted play, but that's about it.

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9 hours ago, 181pl said:

It will be very tough for Jesuit to score on MNW D. The speed advantage will be palpable. No disrespect to the Tigers. They've had a great year. But they don't have the speed on O to be a threat to MNW D. I could see Jesuit scoring on a short field or busted play, but that's about it.

I just watched some Jesuit film. You're right. Damn good chance there will be a running clock.

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