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Opening Drive (Sept. 13): Beware of crazy things

It’s Friday the 13th and a full moon all rolled into one. Don’t be shocked if some weird stuff happens tonight.

Seventeen teams in the area hope it doesn’t mean extending their winless streaks to begin the season. There’s good news on that front however – at least two teams will win their first game of the season, as there are a pair of matchups between winless teams (Columbia Academy at Davidson Academy and McGavock at Dickson County).

Also of note is the game between Pulaski Academy (Ark.) and Ravenwood. That’s the game on WUXP-TV this evening, so tune in if you like points. Pulaski doesn’t punt, routinely goes for it on fourth down and onside kicks are always a possibility. Let’s set the over/under total at 100 and see what happens.

Get ready for tonight’s games with news from around the area:

Tennessee high school football statewide predictions for Week 4 | Tennessean

Baptisms on the football field land Springfield High in crosshairs of group against ‘endorsing religion to students’ | Tennessean

Former Goodpasture football coach David Martin to be honored by school Friday night | Tennessean

Top 10 Nashville area high school football games for Week 4 | Tennessean

4 early storylines entering Week 4 of high school football | The Leaf Chronicle

Drawing attention | Columbia Daily Herald

Football Preview: Summit invades Franklin with perfect record | Williamson Herald

Football Preview: Ravenwood defense faces out-of-state challenge; Brentwood on long road trip | Williamson Herald

Football Preview: Brentwood Academy faces 6A Whitehaven; BGA hosts Kentucky state champ | Williamson Herald

Bulldogs can’t keep pace with Monterey | Macon County Times

Macon County Tigers explode past Mt. Juliet Christian | Macon County Times

Mistakes doom Yellow Jackets in loss to Watertown | Hartsville Vidette

WILSON CO. PREPS – MJHS hosts Gallatin | Wilson Post

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