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TEAMS: Liberty-Eylau (0-1) at Jefferson (1-1)

KICKOFF: 7:30 p.m., Jerry Bennett Field at W.F. Lockett Stadium

LAST WEEK: The Leopards were open, while the Bulldogs were throttled by Center, 48-0.

LAST YEAR: These two schools did not play.

GAME FACTS: Liberty-Eylau is looking to snap a 12-game losing streak. These two schools haven't played since 2005, with the Leopards throttling the Bulldogs at home in a district game, 38-6. Jefferson's Christian Shepard has 14 catches for 162 yards and two touchdowns. Malik Brasher has rushed 33 times for 204 yards and a score for the Bulldogs. The game will be blogged live at

COACH'S COMMENTS: Liberty-Eylau's Dewaski Davis — "They have a big quarterback that is fast and he really throws the ball well. We have to make sure we contain him. He's something else. They have a really good running back and a big-bodied receiver. We have to make sure we can control them. As long as we can be physical with them, with the style of defense we're playing, we'll be fine.

"Well, like I've told our guys, we're working on us. We're not working on Jefferson. We're going to move some pieces around to solidify some things. Hopefully, we'll stumble upon some things before Friday night. We plan to stick with our gameplan. They do a lot of blitzing and unorthodox things, that we need to be ready for. The big thing for us has been getting time together, so we're able to iron out some of ur wrinkles."


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