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  1. DevilDog

    Kyler Murray- 2018 Heisman

    Don't worry he will. 🤘
  2. DevilDog

    What up Texas?

    I know one of them from Collin County that will be there with me rooting against them 🤣. A lot of people in CC don't like them either. Great community, great fans, good kids. Im good with ten Eagles but I will be goung against them for the 1st time ever. Remember last year I was all in on them vs. The Austinites 🤘 can't root against Coach Samples. Much respect for him. What ever happened to Ra'Shaad? That kid was a baller at Skyline.
  3. DevilDog

    What up Texas?

    They need to double him and keep up the pressure. Allen got some beef on that O-Line. That Dville secondary is big especially the Safety. Kid is big and physical. They are fast they ran Mickens down and stripped him at the goal line. Along with BG the fastest HS defense I've seen in person in HS. Those kids close in a hurry. And I've seen a few games here.
  4. DevilDog

    Is Texas HIgh School Football Too Big

    Yeah like all the comments and views that Saturday's games will attract. Don't believe me just ⌚. 170K watched Allen vs The Woodlands on YouTube. 🤘
  5. DevilDog

    What up Texas?

    Carthage escaped Midlothian. I think they will get by a tough LH squad. That run game is gonna present problems
  6. DevilDog

    What up Texas?

    He's improved from that. He also used to hold onto the ball as well. This Defense will challenge them. Wease is gonna be the problem more so than anyone
  7. DevilDog

    What up Texas?

    SporDaBrought to you by Dallas 5 things to watch in epic Allen vs. Duncanville state semifinal, including a defense that hasn't allowed a point in third quarter all season Saturday's 4 p.m. Class 6A Division I state semifinal between Allen and Duncanville at AT&T Stadium is perhaps the Game of the Year in Texas. Allen (14-0) is ranked No. 1 in the nation by USA Today, Duncanville (13-0) is No. 11 nationally, and they have combined to outscore the opposition 1,380-285. The SportsDayHS computer formula that predicts win expectancies actually gives Duncanville a 50.3 percent chance to win. But keep in mind that the computer formula doesn't give as much weight to wins against out-of-area teams -- such as Allen's playoff victories over The Woodlands and Waco Midway -- as it does victories over Dallas-area teams like Duncanville has this postseason against Southlake Carroll. Here are five things to watch during one of the best playoff matchups we have seen in a long time. Duncanville's incredible third quarters To have any chance against Duncanville, you had better take advantage of any scoring chances you get early. You aren't going to come back in the second half against a defense that allows an average of 4.6 points per game. The most amazing statistic about Duncanville is that it has not allowed a point in the third quarter all season, outscoring the opposition 151-0 in that quarter. In the second half, Duncanville has outscored its opponents 250-7. In the third round of the playoffs, Arlington Lamar's first two drives of the game both got as far as Duncanville's 4-yard line, but both times Lamar had to settle for field goals. Instead of having a lead, Lamar trailed 7-6 and then was outscored 38-0 the rest of the way.In last week's regional final, Southlake Carroll reached the Duncanville 25 on its first drive and got to the Panthers' 16 on its third drive. Both times, Carroll missed field goal attempts that could have made it a 7-6 game in the second quarter. Duncanville went on to build a 20-0 lead and ended up handing Carroll its worst playoff loss ever -- 51-7. Allen and the turnover battle Allen does not beat itself. That is a big reason why it's on a 30-game winning streak. This season, Allen has turned the ball over just seven times -- four interceptions and three lost fumbles. Allen's defense, meanwhile, has forced 21 turnovers by the opposition and has also blocked five kicks. Allen quarterback Grant Tisdale, committed to Ole Miss, has been as efficient as any player in the Dallas area. He has completed 71.8 percent of his passes and has thrown 30 touchdown passes and only three interceptions. Duncanville scoring on defense Opposing offenses have scored eight touchdowns against Duncanville all season. Duncanville's defense has scored more than that, producing 12 touchdowns, including eight interception returns for TDs. Duncanville had two interception returns for touchdowns last week against Southlake Carroll -- one by Anthony Cruz and one by Ennis Rakestraw. Cruz has five of Duncanville's 17 interceptions this season.Entering last week's game, Southlake Carroll had three turnovers in 13 games. They had five against Duncanville. Duncanville's defense will face its biggest test of the season Saturday. Allen averages 50.4 points and 483.8 yards of offense per game. Top two running games Duncanville and Allen rank first and second among area 6A teams in rushing, with Duncanville averaging 302.1 yards per game and Allen averaging 296.1 yards. Both teams have a pair of 1,000-yard rushers thanks to an elite dual-threat quarterback. Running back Celdon Manning leads Allen in rushing with 1,162 yards and 15 touchdowns, but quarterback Grant Tisdale is right behind with 1,155 yards and 14 touchdowns on the ground. Running back Trysten Smith is Duncanville's leading rusher with 1,139 yards and 19 touchdowns, and quarterback Ja'Quinden Jackson has run for 1,098 yards and 19 TDs. Duncanville's pass rush Allen will want to get the ball to five-star wide receiver Theo Wease, an Oklahoma pledge who has 66 catches for 940 yards and 14 touchdowns. But for that to happen, Allen's offensive line will have to protect three-star quarterback Grant Tisdale against a tremendous Duncanville pass rush. Duncanville's defense has 39 sacks and 121 tackles for loss in 13 games. Defensive linemen Kamaurja Kenny, Charleston Craddock-Jackson and De'Braylon Carroll have combined for 27 sacks and 65 tackles o matter if it
  8. DevilDog

    What up Texas?

    https://www.star-telegram.com/sports/dfwvarsity/article222949000.html TXA 21 to broadcast these two epic state semifinals The TXA 21 bus will roll into AT&T Stadium on Saturday to broadcast two undefeated state semifinal matchups. The first game features No. 2 Highland Park (14-0), the 2-time defending state champ, and No. 3 Denton Ryan (14-0). Kickoff for the Class 5A Division I semifinal is set for noon.
  9. DevilDog

    What up Texas?

    Wease is gonna be a headache. Mickens at SLC gave them problems. They can be had iver the top. That DL will be the factor. Allen's OLine is solid. Im cautiously optimistic. This is based off watching each a few times. They will also cause problems. Allen has a goid defense as well. I think Dville can beat them. But I think it will be close.
  10. DevilDog

    What up Texas?

    I'm just saying don't sell them short. They know how to win. They are 44 -1 under Gambill. After Murray
  11. DevilDog

    What up Texas?

    @Horsefly. Thoughts on the 4A battles. Those matchups are as good as 6A. Very similar you have 3 powerhouses and Decatur is like Tascosa. They came out if nowhere. We could have Carthage vs La Vega in the Ship. Carthage vs. liberty Hill LaVega vs. Decatur
  12. DevilDog

    What up Texas?

    Bro. You are consistent. Too close to call. Last week SLC missed 2 FGs early that hurt their momentum. Allen is very solid. I'm concerned with their constant substitution will it wear on Dville. It was 10 - 0 at half with Midway then the erupted in the 3rd. We will know who's the number 1 team in the Dub is for sure. The Redskin all fired up. Wants to get to the Death Star early. I will arrive around halftime if HP game. Should be a Heckuva game with a bug crowd. Will feel like a State Championship game. Lil black Leprechaun is not their for magic tricks. Allen is Helluva good. Don't sell them short. They are 44 - 1 for a reason.
  13. DevilDog

    What up Texas?

    @Horsefly @SOCIntellectualProperty These are some bad boys. TX Big boy 🏈. Had a blast at this one. On to Sat. Bigger anticipation than those Allen vs. Desoto battles. Enjoy. Look just like the Giants Unis. Sharp in person
  14. DevilDog

    What up Texas?

    @rockinl Warrior how do you think those Lobos will do and the rest of East Texas this weekend? This team was listed by Dave Campbell's as the team that beat all odds to make the State Semis and of Course the Lobos would get them. The Coach's kid is one of the Running backs. 1. Amarillo Tascosa (141) Tascosa may be the story of the year in Texas high school football as the Rebels have rebounded after graduating 38 seniors from last year’s squad that went (2-4) in district play. With so many seniors graduating and just three offensive starters returning, predictions indicated that this would be a rebuilding year. However, those predictions couldn’t have been more wrong as the young guns have stepped up in a big way. Perhaps the biggest additions to Ken Plunk’s flexbone offense have been running back King Doerue (1,321 rushing yards, 25 TD) and his son, quarterback Joseph Plunk (1,549 rushing yards, 21 TD). Doerue had just 473 rushing yards last season and Plunk was a newcomer to the varsity squad this season. The Rebels aren’t the beneficiary of an easier district compared to last year either — District 2-6A stayed the exact same in realignment. Tascosa had a fantastic year but made a big statement when they took down Arlington 35-24 in the second round of playoffs, and kept it rolling with an impressive 48-27 regional final win over another outstanding surprise team, Haltom. Longview will be the Rebels biggest challenge yet, but for now, the slipper still fits.
  15. Take care Ga. When a racist that I asked to never ever encroach me does. I respectfully exit. Or this will go in the wrong direction. Peace