We sort through DCTF's Texas high school football computer rankings after Week 3 and figure out who's on the rise, who's falling, and who's got eyes set on AT&T Stadium.
We sort through DCTF's Texas high school football computer rankings after Week 2 and figure out who's on the rise and who's falling.
We sort through DCTF's Texas high school football computer rankings after Week 1 and figure out who's on the rise and who's falling.
On the eve of the 2019 football season in Texas, Dave Campbell's Texas Football managing editor Greg Tepper reflects on the unique magnitude of the sport in the Lone Star State.
Randy Allen has been around the block a couple of times. To wit: the longtime Highland Park coach has a chance to reach a handful of lofty career milestones in 2019, including his 500thcareer game — he’d be the fourth Texas coach ever to accomplish that feat – and his 400thcareer win — he’d be the third.
To the naked eye, not a whole lot has changed out among the pines of Longview. Coach John King’s should once again be formidable, boasting one of the state’s best quarterbacks and a talented group of athletes running up the spine of the defense. Business as usual for one of the state’s perennial contenders.
Class 6A and 5A are obviously sensational, but do yourself a favor, writes Greg Tepper: don't miss out on the fun of small-school Texas high school football.
We crunched the numbers to determine the toughest pools, the best games and the projections for State 7-on-7.