Opening Drive (Sept. 17): Same at the top

There wasn’t a ton of change atop the statewide polls this week, as the top three remained the same in seven of the nine classifications. Interesting to note, however, is only one of the classes has a unanimous No. 1 team – that’s BGA in Division II-AA. So, there’s some debate as to who the best teams are in each class, and that can only be a good thing.

Take note that the 615Preps Podcast will drop on Wednesdays beginning this week. In the latest episode, we discuss whether more teams with smaller rosters need to consider 8-man football, plus pick this week’s winners in “Who Ya Got?” and recap the headlines from last week’s games. Remember to subscribe and rate the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and other various streaming sources.

Catch up on news from around the area:

Tennessean Midstate high school football top-10 rankings after Week 4 | Tennessean

Tennessee high school football AP statewide rankings | Tennessean

Murfreesboro area Week 4 high school football games included some head-scratchers | Daily News Journal

The headline says it all.

Football: Summit leapfrogs Page in 5A poll; Ravenwood, BGA and Brentwood Academy hold steady | Williamson Herald

Summit keeps rising amongst the 5A ranks.

Nolensville football riding high after perfect start | Franklin Home Page

The Knights are molding themselves into a contender.

CITY CAFE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Ravenwood WR Andrew Mason | Franklin Home Page


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