Here’s a look at the top 10 Nashville-area high school football matchups for Week 6 of the 2017 season. The USA TODAY Network — Tennessee’s Tom Kreager and Michael Murphy will be picking the winners this year. A Region 6-6A championship is sure to be at stake in this highly anticipated matchup of unbeatens featuring the state’s first- and second-ranked squads in Class 6A. Blackman, led by four-star running back and Ohio State commitment Master Teague, is averaging 48.2 points.
A look at the top large high school football teams in the Nashville area, as ranked by the USA TODAY Network — Tennessee. Large schools consist of teams from Class 4A, Class 5A, Class 6A and Division II-AAA. More: Vote for the Titan Up Readers' Choice award for Week 51. Brentwood Academy (4-0) — The Eagles received an unexpected Week 5 bye as their opponent, Broward (Fla.) International, was unable to make the trip up because of Hurricane Irma. Last week: No. 1.
The Associated Press' Top 10 teams in each of Tennessee's six Division I non-financial aid classifications and in the combined Division II financial aid classification as selected by Tennessee AP-member sportswriters and broadcasters. With first-place votes in parentheses, records through September 18, total points based on 10 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 10th-place vote:* If polls do not appear, please refresh page or click HEREOthers receiving 12 or more points: None.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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