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September 18, 2020

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Donovan Stewart’s Week 5 By The Numbers

Donovan Stewart’s Week 5 By The Numbers

3– Number of teams statewide (Bruceton, FACS ,and Liberty) that have not scored this season so far

 

7-7- The head to head record between Meigs County and Rockwood dating back to their first game played in 1958

 

8-7- DeKalb County’s head to head record with Grundy County dating back to their first game played in 1972

 

8-8- Watertown’s head to head record with Cascade dating back to their first game played in 1987

 

9-0- Unicoi County’s head to head record with Claiborne dating back to their first game played in 1997

 

10-1- Cloudland’s head to head record with Hancock County dating back to their first game played in 2009

 

11-10- Brentwood’s head to head record with Ravenwood dating back to their first game played in 2003

 

13-0- Eagleville’s head to head record with Community dating back to their first game played in 2007

 

16-16- The head to head record between Springfield and White House dating back to their first game played in 1987

 

22– Number of teams statewide that were shut out in week four

 

26-25- Lipscomb Academy’s head to head record with Goodpasture dating back to their first game played in 1973

 

30– Total Head coaching wins for both J.R. Kirby (Covington) and Will Kriesky (Riverdale)

 

36-36-2- The head to head record between Giles County and Marshall County dating back to their first game played in 1949

 

58– Most points scored in week four as Sullivan South beat North Greene 58-8

 

90– Total Head coaching wins for Damon Floyd in his 15th season at Bradley Central

 

110– Total Head coaching wins for both Mark Wattenbarger (Sequatchie County) and Gavin Webster (Watertown)

 

165– Total Head coaching wins for MBA coach Marty Euverard in which 86 wins are with the Big Red in his 10th season

 

230– Total Head coaching wins for Cookeville coach Jimmy Maynord which includes 51 wins at Cookeville

 

1,121– Total combined offensive yards in Hardin County’s 48-35 win over Dyersburg, Hardin County (342 rushing, 264 passing), Dyersburg (393 rushing, 123 passing)

 

Contact Donovan at donovans1222@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter at Examine_Stew

 

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