Now the Work Begins

And let me say one more time...the way Southeastern Conference football officials continue to screw over the University of Missouri on a weekly basis continues to make me physically ill. Yes, I know, Missouri had no business being in that position, but the play before the touchdown pass was an obvious offensive pass interference, with the receiver pullng on Acy's helmet at least three times as the ball was in the air. And the fact the ball was caught out of bounds shows the ball was uncatchable anyways. That's a no call...or an offensive PI. Period. Thanks for letting me get that off my chest.

Last week, I said now the fun begins. Last night...the Blair Oaks Falcons had a lot of fun in a romp over California. But a storm is a comin'. No more fun for the Falcons...throw out the running clock...this is about to get real. Let's go to the scoreboard

Blair Oaks 70, California 0

No surprises here. Quick strike offense, dominating defense right down to the freshmen. 8th turbo clock in ten games. Nolan breaking almost all of his big brothers' passing records. Another good night and a big Falcons win. It's the last time the Falcons will hit 70 this year...unless Friday gets really freaky.

Helias 46, Union 21

You had to figure Helias would be a tough out after its crazy schedule. Helias takes a team that was averaging more than 40 points a game to the woodshed. Helias much more physical and talented where it counts. Now it's on to Camdenton Friday night. Man...I get goosebumps when I think of that one...remembering the old time rivalry games between these two.

Blue Springs 36, Jefferson City 0

Not much of a surprise here. Coach Walker got a lot of the kids in including the heir-apparent at quarterback. Better days are ahead for the Jaybirds.

Rock Bridge 47 Francis Howell Central 20

No surprise here...Rock Bridge may have to eventually deal with Blue Springs to get out of this district. They'll also have to get by Francis Howell for the second time in three weeks on Friday.

Smith-Cotton 10, Hickman 7 (Overtime)

This gam ended on a botched field goal attempt. Tough one for a rapidly improving Hickman program.

Southern Boone 55, Wright City 14

No surprise here. Southern Boone has not let a long night with the Falcons slow them down. They will probably win this district.

South Callaway 28, Hallsville 27

Figured the Inidans would give them a good game, but not this good. South Callaway stops a two point conversioon try at the end of regulation for the win.

Mexico 53, Centralia 40

The basketball game between these two may not have as much scoring.

Moberly 48, Fulton 7

Good morning, good day, good night to the Hornets who's one win was over MMA.

Camdenton 55, Pacific 7

Message from the Lake..."we're ready for Helias."

Rolla 50, Washington 7

Message from Rolla..."hey, we're not bad either."

Buffalo 27, Osage 22

Osage gave it all they had against the district's top seed.

St. James 14, Owensville 6

The Dutchmen were a little too squatty here. (Sorry, inside joke).

Eldon 28, Salem 7

Eldon has their quarterback back, and could be pretty salty in a wide-open district.

Versailles 48, East Netwon 6

Versailles continues their best season in a lot of years. El Dorado Springs is next. Would be nice to see the Tigers get to the district finals...but they're still not beating Lamar.

North Callaway 22, Montgomery County 20

Montgomery County won the regular season game, and darn near won the playoff. North vs. South for the right toplay the winner of Friday night's blair Oaks - Tolton game.

Tolton 59, Hermann 20

Message from Columbia "We're ready for Blair Oaks". Be careful what you wish for. But continuing on from my opening thought. This will be no walkover for the Falcons. I really feel Tolton is better than South or North Callaway. They're big, they have speed and athleticism and they are as unique as Blair Oaks. This is a team that throws to run. They have a 6-foot-5 quarterback who can spray the ball around the yard. They have three unique talents at wide receiver...an all around great athlete, a 6-foot-4 possession target with huge hands, and a 6-foot-2 tight end who flexes off the line and is a tackle-breaking machine. Tolton also has a physical 215 pound running back...and the line weighs in at about 300 pounds per man...including a 6-foot-8, 320 pounder who may be headed to Mizzou. The only thing I noticed during the Trailblazers' loss to Helias was that the quarterback suffers from wildness if he feels pressure. Helias did a good job of pressuring the qb, forcing several off-target throws. The QB will throw the ball away before he'll take a sack...he also threw the ball to Helias a couple of times too. But, be clear about this...this will be a tough game, this will likely be a a high schoring game, and this hopefully will bring the best out of the Blair Oaks Falcons. If not...it could be lights out at the F.A.C.

Tolton 59, Hermann 20

Message from Columbia "We're ready for Blair Oaks". Be careful what you wish for. But continuing on from my opening thought. This will be no walkover for the Falcons. I really feel Tolton is better than South or North Callaway. They're big, they have speed and athleticism and they are as unique as Blair Oaks. This is a team that throws to run. They have a 6-foot-5 quarterback who can spray the ball around the yard. They have three unique talents at wide receiver...an all around great athlete, a 6-foot-4 possession target with huge hands, and a 6-foot-2 tight end who flexes off the line and is a tackle-breaking machine. Tolton also has a physical 215 pound running back...and the line weighs in at about 300 pounds per man...including a 6-foot-8, 320 pounder who may be headed to Mizzou. The only thing I noticed during the Trailblazers' loss to Helias was that the quarterback suffers from wildness if he feels pressure. Helias did a good job of pressuring the qb, forcing several off-target throws. The QB will throw the ball away before he'll take a sack...he also threw the ball to Helias a couple of times too. But, be clear about this...this will be a tough game, this will likely be a a high schoring game, and this hopefully will bring the best out of the Blair Oaks Falcons. If not...it could be lights out at the F.A.C.

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