Opening Drive (Nov. 1): For some, the final chapter

It’s judgment day for some teams in Middle Tennessee.

After tonight’s games are final, the brackets will be drawn and the road to Cookeville will be mapped out for the teams with playoff life.

There’s not a whole lot more to say other than for some teams, this will be the last time a lot of players put the pads on. For others, their championship dreams are still alive.

For the teams in Region 5-1A, they’re wondering if a court will determine who’s in or out.

After tonight, the regular season book will be closed.

Catch up on news from around the area, and be sure to go vote on who you think will win tonight’s big games on Twitter (@615_Preps):

Who Ya Got? Week 11 staff picks | Midstate Preps Plus

‘It hurt me so bad I just couldn’t cry’: Top football recruit moves from Gallatin to Knoxville after mom dies | Tennessean

Why some Metro Nashville high school football programs struggle with low participation | Tennessean

Arkansas football recruiting: What Oakland’s Aaron Moore is looking for in official visit | Daily News Journal

Despite growing pains of new coach, Kenwood football in control of playoff destiny | The Leaf Chronicle

Football Previews: Nolensville set to battle for region title in final week of season | Williamson Herald

Football Previews: Despite tough start, CPA appears primed to capture another regional title | Williamson Herald

Postseason plans still to be made | Columbia Daily Herald

VANDERBILT ORTHOPAEDIC GAME OF THE WEEK: Ravenwood, Independence battle | Williamson Home Page

Playoff brackets solidify in Week 10 | Lebanon Democrat

Tigers power past White County | Macon County Times

Templeton’s last-minute touchdown run lifts Bulldogs to homecoming victory | Macon County Times

Wilson Bank Player of the Week: Kobe Ford | Hartsville Vidette

Yellow Jackets to host Jackson County for Senior Night | Hartsville Vidette

PICK ‘EM: Brady’s Week 11 Montgomery County picks | Main Street Preps

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