definitely BACK. MD however struggled in their lucky win against Carson ( 2 fumbles and mediocre passing attack ) so The Men in Black deserve to be #2, give credit where credit is due.
Seeing as Margarita took BG to OT and they blew out Servite...If Servite can remain the same team that beat Poly, they will be a dangerous team.
But it's too early to say that. I do hope they crush Edison though.
Something to pass along to who ever, when a lower ranked team upsets a higher ranked team, lets say #10 beats #2, the upset does not mean that #10 is now #2. The loss is more about #2 projected ranking being too high, not #10 being too low. # 10 does not get to leap over #3,4,5,6,7, so on. All of those teams get to move up if they won their games.
The win for # 10 just means they will get to move up at least 1 spot.
Also, football has a lot of upsets. Where a # 20 team can beat a # 2 team on any given night, but generally the lower ranked team is not thought of being able to beat them more than 1, 2 or 3 times out of 10, and are so judged. As I said, the upset speaks more about the higher ranked team being too high, more than it is the lower ranked team being too low. It usually takes more consistent wins against higher ranked teams to actually move up.
And that is not a preseason ranked team either, but teams who are winning in the season.
I assume your moniker states you may have graduated in 2002, mine is watchersince68, that gives me
34 years more of HS football. I have forgotten more than some have seen.
Read into the post, if you watch Big Bang Theory Leonard will hold up a sign to Leonard that says
And I agree, if they had had a game under their belt before playing Gorman that might have been a different ball game.
La Mirada was gashing them directly up the middle and there were a ton of missed tackles. They need to work on that. I noticed Andrew Moore was put in on the DL and at LB maybe to get something going, but he's not a regular defender.
Does that help or are you going to find a strange video on utube to post in response?