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Any Confirmed Out of State Games for 2020

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I know that the season has just ended, but has anyone heard of any Florida teams traveling out of state for the 2020 season? Also, are there any confirmed games with out of state opponents traveling to Florida for 2020?

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Last week, I saw on social media that Armwood was looking for an out-of-state game.   I don't know if they found one yet or not. 

This past season, Plant played at Gonzaga (in D.C.);  this season, Gonzaga is supposed to play at Plant.  I don't know whether Coach Weiner's departure will effect those plans. 

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What I have heard so far. 

Spruce Creek vs Acalanes,CA

Winter Park vs Delaware Valley,PA

Jensen Beach vs Dakota Ridge,CO

Cooper City vs Greeley West,CO

East Ridge vs Smokey Hill,CO

Everglades vs Mountain Vista,CO

Eagles View vs St Edwards Catholic,IL

Faith Christian vs Danbury,TX

Gadsden County vs Trinity Christian,TX

Dunbar vs Trinity Christian,TX

Columbia vs Valdosta,GA

Viera vs Westlake,GA

Wakulla vs Thomas County Central,GA

Godby vs Thomas County Central,GA

Godby vs Thomasville,GA

Godby vs Coffee,GA

Pensacola Lighthouse Christian vs Mobile Christian,AL

Clearwater Academy vs USA Academy,AL

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On 1/23/2020 at 5:50 PM, JaxTCA2010stateCHAMP said:

Lol why does Trinity christian TX always pick the worst FL teams to play ??????

 It is that Deion sanders that does this. A few years ago they played FAMU high for Christ sake. 

 The worst part about it was he got it on national TV,  and he specifically turned down playing Godby or Florida high. 

 Godby was coached by a former Seminoles player that he was friends with so it would have been perfect. And Florida high had Willie Taggart junior as the QB when Taggart was the Seminoles Coach 

 Those two teams would have been light years better then FAMU

 But Deion chose to embarrass that JV team on national TV so he could feel better about himself 

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On 1/24/2020 at 6:18 AM, nolebull813 said:

 It is that Deion sanders that does this. A few years ago they played FAMU high for Christ sake. 

 The worst part about it was he got it on national TV,  and he specifically turned down playing Godby or Florida high. 

 Godby was coached by a former Seminoles player that he was friends with so it would have been perfect. And Florida high had Willie Taggart junior as the QB when Taggart was the Seminoles Coach 

 Those two teams would have been light years better then FAMU

 But Deion chose to embarrass that JV team on national TV so he could feel better about himself 

That’s literally the only reason lol

( so he can feel good about him self)

they should do a Jax tca vs TX trinity 

 

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On 1/23/2020 at 2:03 PM, nolebull813 said:

What I have heard so far. 

Spruce Creek vs Acalanes,CA

Winter Park vs Delaware Valley,PA

Jensen Beach vs Dakota Ridge,CO

Cooper City vs Greeley West,CO

East Ridge vs Smokey Hill,CO

Everglades vs Mountain Vista,CO

Eagles View vs St Edwards Catholic,IL

Faith Christian vs Danbury,TX

Gadsden County vs Trinity Christian,TX

Dunbar vs Trinity Christian,TX

Columbia vs Valdosta,GA

Viera vs Westlake,GA

Wakulla vs Thomas County Central,GA

Godby vs Thomas County Central,GA

Godby vs Thomasville,GA

Godby vs Coffee,GA

Pensacola Lighthouse Christian vs Mobile Christian,AL

Clearwater Academy vs USA Academy,AL

Why haven't Valdosta and Columbia signed a contract yet?

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More OOS games Involving FL and GA

Bartram Trail vs Ware County

Godby vs Atlanta Carver 

Manatee vs Buford 

North Miami Beach vs Lee County 

North Miami Beach vs Bainbridge 

Gadsden Co vs Bainbridge 

Westside vs Valdosta 

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14 hours ago, THIS_IS_DILLARD said:

Ayo brooooo..do u know if we had a home & away vs y’all or was y’all just on our schedule last year. 

It was a home and home. We travel to Dillard this season, it’s on the second half of the season (I think)...We have an extremely talented (upcoming) Sophomore and Junior class of skill players, we just have to develop some linemen. We have an upcoming Soph, who has the potential to be our third Mr. Florida if he stays. He almost returned 3 kickoffs against Madison in the semifinals last season.

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4 hours ago, 561_Fan said:

It was a home and home. We travel to Dillard this season, it’s on the second half of the season (I think)...We have an extremely talented (upcoming) Sophomore and Junior class of skill players, we just have to develop some linemen. We have an upcoming Soph, who has the potential to be our third Mr. Florida if he stays. He almost returned 3 kickoffs against Madison in the semifinals last season.

Oh word that’s what’s hannin hopefully u make dat trip to the 954!

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Some more 

Hopkinton,MA vs Mount Dora Christian 

Cedar Grove NJ vs Lemon Bay

Haddonfield Memorial NJ vs Cambridge Christian 

Legion Collegiate SC vs Inlet Grove 

John Curtis LA vs Edgewater

West Monroe vs Clearwater Academy 

Danbury TX is playing Trinity Prep and not Faith Christian 

Athens PA vs Windermere Prep 

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