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  School Football over the past 100 seasons.

2019 Weekly Predictions

           The high school football playoffs are underway and the second round is officially over. The Power Ratings should better reflect the best teams. That is not always the case as upsets do occur. Last week the favorites won 20 and missed on 9 games.

           The Power Ratings predicted all three AISA championship games correctly along with the 7A semifinals. As is usually the case this time of the year many upsets are the rule not the exception.

           There were not any major upsets as most of the teams are close in the power ratings. No team favored by more than six points lost this week so it becomes more difficult when the games are so closely matched. All eleven games where one team was favored by more than six points saw the favorite win the game.

            One strange thing about this week's predictions is that Andalusia is actually an eight point favorite over UMS-Wright even though the Bulldogs defeated Andalusia earlier this year. Andalusia has been on a tear since midseason posting five shutouts along the way. I guess we will find out next Friday if the power rating's are crazy on this pick.

            Each week we will let you know how the Computer did and how many favorites won according to the AHSFHS Power Ratings.

Weekly Predictions (Select Week to View)

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            This Week's AHSFHS Power Ratings for every team

Playoff Projections
(Team listed first is favorite) 

Pinson Valley at Oxford  -2
Opelika at Spanish Fort  -7
Mortimer Jordan vs. Central Clay County  -1
Pleasant Grove at Briarwood  -10
Jacksonville vs. Anniston  -9
Andalusia at UMS-Wright  -8
Mobile Christian vs. T.R. Miller  -14
Piedmont vs. Walter Wellborn  -9
Fyffe vs. Collinsville  -17
Reeltown vs. Leroy  -9
Mars Hill at Pickens County  -17
Lanett at Sweet Water  -5

Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

In 1969 the two point conversion was adopted for play following a touchdown. Until that time all conversions were worth one point.