Games This Week

should be raring to go after their bye week, and will be facing the hungry, winless Hawks
at Dan Hooks Stadium in West Orange. WO-S just needs to play its regular game and
things should turn out just fine despite the fact Friday is Homecoming.
Bears should come out on top in this Homecoming battle if they don’t look ahead to next
week’s big game against the undefeated Huffman Falcons. LCM had a tough contest last
week at Splendora, finally coming out on top 34-27.
LUMBERTON over BRIDGE CITY—The Raiders are fresh off a 21-9 victory
over Livingston and return home to take on the improving Cardinals, who need to get
back into the win column after four straight setbacks.
ORANGEFIELD over WOODVILLE—The Bobcats face another salty team in
the Eagles, who have won only two games this year. Orangefield has been playing solid
football all season and should continue along that path Friday night.
VIDOR over NEDERLAND—The Pirates are plowing through one of the
toughest schedules in Southeast Texas. Vidor is destined for the playoffs next month and
needs a big win over a team that is favored to beat them.
GROVETON over DEWEYVILLE—The Pirates will be facing one of the top
Class 2A teams in the area, but has the same 5-2 record as Deweyville. This would be a
wonderful time for the Pirates to make a statement in front of their hometown fans.
the Lumberjacks in a game the oddsmakers call an even match. The Pokes have shown
some flashes of brilliance and could be ready to end the 2019 season with a winning
HIGH SCHOOL—Silsbee over Liberty, North Shore over Beaumont West
Brook, Port Arthur Memorial over Kingwood Park, Beaumont United over La Porte, Port
Neches-Groves over Santa Fe, Newton over New Waverly, East Chambers over Buna,
Beaumont Kelly over The Village, Warren over Kirbyville, Evadale over Burkeville,
Anahuac over Hardin, High Island over Union Hill, Shelbyville over Hull-Daisetta,
Brazos Christian over Beaumont Legacy Christian, Lovelady over West Hardin.
COLLEGE—SMU over Houston and Prairie View over Jackson State (both
Thursday); Southern Cal over Colorado (Friday); Houston Baptist over Southeastern
Louisiana, Nicholls over Abilene Christian, Incarnate Word over Northwestern State,
Sam Houston State over Central Arkansas, Alabama over Arkansas, LSU over Auburn,
Clemson over Boston College, Ohio State over Wisconsin, Oklahoma over Kansas State,
Penn State over Michigan State, Notre Dame over Michigan, Oregon over Washington
State, Utah over California, Texas over TCU, Arizona State over UCLA, Minnesota over
Maryland, Missouri over Kentucky, Iowa over Northwestern, Appalachian State over
South Alabama, Army over San Jose State, Miami over Pittsburgh, Liberty over Rutgers,
Buffalo over Central Michigan, Tulane over Navy, Massachusetts over Connecticut,
Central Florida over Temple, Western Kentucky over Marshall, Alcorn State over
Southern, Georgia Southern over New Mexico State, Texas Southern over Mississippi
Valley State, Alabama A&M over Alabama State, North Texas over Charlotte, Syracuse

over Florida State, Louisville over Virginia, Middle Tennessee State over Florida
International, Florida Atlantic over Old Dominion, East Carolina over South Florida,
North Carolina over Duke, South Carolina over Tennessee, Troy over Georgia State,
Northern Illinois over Akron, Nebraska over Indiana, Eastern Michigan over Toledo,
Texas Tech over Kansas, Texas A&M over Mississippi State, Southern Mississippi over
Rice, Grambling State over Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Arkansas State over Texas State,
Memphis over Tulsa, Louisiana Tech over UTEP, Wyoming over Nevada, Stanford over
Arizona, Hawaii over New Mexico, Idaho State over South Utah, Colorado State over
Fresno State, Air Force over Utah State, UNLV over San Diego State (all Sat.).
PRO PICKS—Minnesota over Washington (Thursday Night); New Orleans over
Arizona, Tennessee over Tampa Bay, Detroit over NY Giants, LA Rams over Cincinnati,
Indianapolis over Denver, Buffalo over Philadelphia, Jacksonville over NY Jets, Seattle
over Atlanta, Chicago over LA Chargers, San Francisco over Carolina, Houston over
Oakland, New England over Cleveland, Green Bay over Kansas City (all Sunday);
Pittsburgh over Miami (Monday Night). Bye week for Dallas and Baltimore.