Dave Campbell's Texas Football is proud to partner with TxDOT this season as they roll the TxDOT Road Show into some of the biggest Texas high school football games across the state. Be sure to look for the TxDOT Road Show at the game, where fans can participate in VR experiences, interactive video screens, quizzes, giveaways and much more. TxDOT reminds fans to be careful on the road and follow the speed limit. Slow down when there's heavy traffic, road construction, or bad weather. And always buckle up.
Big Spring (2-7) at Andrews (4-5)
7 p.m. Friday at the Mustang Bowl in Andrews
The final week of the regular season is upon us, and for Big Spring and Andrews, there's still a ton to play for. Both teams have already clinched playoff spots out of District 2-4A DI, but the winner of this game will be the No. 3 seed while the loser will be the No. 4 seed — and face the District 1-4A DI champion (either El Paso Riverside or El Paso Bowie) in the first round. Andrews' roller-coaster season is in a valley at the moment, having lost its last two games, but the Mustangs gave district champion Brownwood a scare last week in a 28-14 defeat. The offense will center around super sophomore running back Jaesean DeBouse, who's run for 1,690 yards and 16 touchdowns to pace an offense averaging abotu 32 points per game. Big Spring, too, will lean on its running back in senior Kavien Ford, but the key for the Steers will be defense, which is allowing 41 points per game. If they're to spring the big upset, the Steers' D will need its best game yet.
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