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Warrior7

Would University be able to do what Central did to BTW in the 2nd Half, and how would the suns stack vs. Central if they were meet at this time.

Andre Fernandez

I think University would have to attack Central with its offensive balance. Running it with Jordan Scarlett and Lajuan Hunt and open up the passing game for Mike White.

On defense is where the big challenge would be since Central can counter with Yearby and Cook and get big yards.

It would come down to a turnover battle, which is what killed NW last week vs. Central.

FGKing3Hunna

Why does NW, CC, or HStead have to miss playoffs, Wildcard has to be considered. McCarthy, Lauderdale, Hills, you tell me

Sunny Islands

How impressed were you with Plantation, i think they're Top 10 Broward Material. They'll meet STA again

DadeRulez

South Dade, Killian, vs. Columbus (Which one would be the bigger challenge.

Waffles & Pears

What's the 3 best District Elimination Games This Weekend

Go Canes

What Key Positions should the Canes try to fill for this class

Andre Fernandez

FGKing3Hunna,

Yes I agree, the wild card would bring back some fairness for very good teams that are victims of overloaded districts.

Andre Fernandez

Sunny Islands,
Very impressed. I thought if they hadn't turned the ball over twice late and if Javonte Ham can come back strong they have a great shot in a rematch, that I agree, will happen.

Andre Fernandez

DadeRulez,

South Dade by a little bit. Think they have a little more depth right now and a few athletes like Antwan Cordy that can frustrate Columbus.

Andre Fernandez

Waffles and Pears,

NMB-North Miami and Hialeah-Krop and NW-Homestead.

Andre Fernandez

Go Canes,

DL, DB/S, and OL (never can have too many OL).

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