Friday, October 9, 2015

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High School Football - October 8th
Smiths Station Defeated Jeff Davis, 29-26. Ben Russell defeated Chelsea, 42.-24

Park Crossing-Carver game dubbed Crosstown Showdown, with trophy at stake
When Carver takes on Park Crossing at 7 p.m. Friday at Cramton Bowl, the teams will be playing for a trophy in the first-ever Heritage Crosstown Showdown. The name plays off the schools’ respective locations: Carver on the west side and Park Crossing on the east.

Sources: Auburn Player Treated For Injury In Bar Fight
Park Crossing Wins Right Stuff Team Of The Week
Park Crossing Wins Right Stuff Team Of The Week

ASU Football Looks for Third Consecutive Win
MONTGOMERY – After dropping the first three games of the season Alabama State's football team has put together to solid outings in winning consecutive road games.

Tuskegee-Morehouse meet in mostly one-sided rivalry
It is one of the oldest rivalries in college football, though not one of the most competitive. Tuskegee takes on Morehouse at 1 p.m. CST Saturday in the 105th game of the series, and the 80th consecutive meeting in Columbus, Georgia.

Duke Williams Punched four people at bar
Dismissed Auburn wide receiver D’haquille “Duke” Williams punched four people at a bar on Saturday night, reports's Mark Helm.

Alabama Continue Work for Saturday's Matchup with Arkansas
The Crimson Tide is currently on an eight-game winning streak against the Razorbacks and has won the past five matchups between the two teams inside Bryant-Denny Stadium.

Huntingdon Preps for Ferrum
After winning their homecoming game 45-40, the Huntingdon Hawks hit the road for a matchup at Ferrum. Coach Mike Turk talks about the challenges of preparing for their next opponent.

Auburn Moves Forward without Duke WIlliams
Gus Malzahn said Auburn had a "very spirited practice" Tuesday, moving forward a day after dismissing receiver Duke Williams.