The playoff puzzle has so many pieces still yet to fall, and with several games coming off the schedule on Monday due to teams quarantining, it appears the picture may see more changes even before kickoff this week.
Five games were cancelled on Monday, including a key one in Smyrna at Stewarts Creek that would have decided the Region 5-6A title. Whether or not other matchups come together before Friday remains to be seen. If there’s one team that could use it, it’s Summit, as the Spartans have only played once this month.
Stewarts Creek became the first casualty in the playoff bracket, as the Red Hawks’ 14-day quarantine will take them past the Nov. 6 first round game, so their season comes to an end.
Meanwhile, catch up on what you might have missed from Monday:
- Tennessee high school football AP statewide poll
- Kreager | Our TSSAA football projected football regions for 2021, 2.0 version
- Nashville area top-10 prep football teams entering Week 11
- Daily News Journal
- Stewarts Creek football in 14-day quarantine
- Murfreesboro area high school football Week 10 top performers
- Joyce: How will Friday’s games affect playoffs?
- Southern Middle Tennessee Sports
- 2020 GRIDIRON STAT LEADERS
- #IFTHEN: PLAYOFF SCENARIOS FOR LOCAL TEAMS BECOMING CLEAR
- Murfreesboro Post
- Stewarts Creek closes due to COVID, football finale cancelled
- Main Street Preps
- Independence, Lipscomb Academy shake up MSP Top 25 poll