Region 2-AA playoff picture

by | November 8, 2018 5:09 pm


The No. 1 seed (8-2) Swainsboro Tigers will host the No. 4 seed (4-6) Northeast Raiders from Macon. Swainsboro averages 26 points per game on offense and allows 12 points per game defensively while Northeast averages 19 points per game and gives up 26 points on defense.

“They’re big and strong up front and very athletic at the skill positions,” said head coach Scott Roberts. “Their QB is hard to contain and tackle. They have a RB that can take it to the house on any given play and WRs that can go up and get it. They are different than any team we have played this year, and it’s going to be a battle on both sides of the ball. Anybody that just compares scores and doesn’t look at matchups doesn’t really understand football. We need our crowd at home to be a huge difference for us. It’s matchups like this that you hope your fans give you an advantage this time of year.”

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