Tigers stung in Jeff Davis

by | November 2, 2017 4:47 pm

by TROUP BRINSON   

   In a season that has been a rejuvenation of sorts for Swainsboro Tiger football, a couple of painful losses late in the season have cornered the Tigers after being pushed around from start to finish by the Jeff Davis Yellow Jackets 36-14 in Hazlehurst. Swainsboro falls to 6-3 overall and 4-3 in the region, and are in a fight just to make the playoffs.

   Before Friday, Jeff Davis looked like a team on the outside looking in on the playoff picture, losing every key region game against playoff level teams. But on this night, they played with reckless abandon as seemingly every risk they took turned to gold, wounding a once confident and potent Swainsboro squad.

   Jeff Davis executed an onside kick on…

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  1. Comment by Analysis Guru

    November 3, 2017 at 3:48 pm

    You can’t expect a change in results when you keep using the same systematic plays over and over. You may understand that the plays should be mastered in order to move on with what’s to be next. The reason the team is losing is because those key players who were making team plays have been sidelined. This team is eclectic with numerous skills. Stop removing key players just because you are more concerned with who gives more to the booster club. Troop avoided all chances of stating what is happening with the season on the air the change in offense scoring I can give you 18 reasons.


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