AUSTIN — It’s been 10 years since Nick Foles was taking snaps in the blue and red of Austin Westlake High School, but former and now retired Head Coach Derek Long remembers quite a bit and more than a few stories about his former quarterback. Stories like when Foles played his entire senior season with a torn rotator cuff in his throwing arm. That year, Foles led the Chaparrals to the state championship game against Southlake Carrol.
FORT WORTH – TCU made an impressive flip for a running back out of Hattiesburg, Mississippi Monday. Hattiesburg 2018 recruit Fabian Franklin flipped to the Frogs at the Mississippi/Alabama All Star event. Franklin had originally been committed to Mississippi State since July. He decommitted from the Bulldogs as early as Sunday, according to his 247 page. The news was first reported by Yancy Porter of Scout.com:Franklin is listed at 5-foot-11 and weighs in at about 207.
SAN ANTONIO – McCallum beat the Calallen Wildcats in a game where it did not complete a pass in the first half, drew more penalties and didn’t score in the second half. Calallen (13-1) had its back against the wall again, down 20-0 at halftime. It had allowed 110 yards and a touchdown to McCallum quarterback Max Perez and 72 rushing yards each to Alexander Julian and Deron Gage. “Two in a row, it don’t matter where we play, we can play in a pasture,” McCallum coach Charles Taylor said.
@_KyleJacobson Bruh. Pat Mahomes never had more than eight wins and he’s good. I think that’s a coach thing. Rudolph also has huge numbers. Better team, maybe actually gets invited to NY.
They only did the red zone thing for one year lol.
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