Football: Clay molds future as long snapper Football: Clay molds future as long snapper

June 15, 2012

By John McWilliams

Long snapping isn’t glitzy. No matter how perfect of a spiral or how quickly a long snapper delivers the ball to the punter, the crowd won’t go crazy. But the job is nonetheless important. Just ask North Forsyth’s Clay Barton, who participated in a Chris Rubio long snapping cam... [Read More]


 

Opinion: College football landscape keeps getting messier

Bob Dylan once sang, "The times they are a-changin’." And boy, are they ever. The college football landscape looks as cluttered an episode of "Hoarders" and will leave you more confused than the movie "Inception." West Virginia and TCU are in the Big 12, Missou... [Read More]


 

Football: Longhorns keep spring simple

Lambert’s first two varsity football seasons have been carbon copies of one another, each ending with a trip to the state playoffs and an 8-3 record. The challenge for the Longhorns this season is to advance past the first round of the postseason for the first time, despite moving from Cla... [Read More]


 

Football: Coach hopes experience improves War Eagles Football: Coach hopes experience improves War Eagles

Coach Jeff Arnette hopes experience will make all the difference for the South Forsyth football team this season. The War Eagles struggled through a rebuilding year in 2011 after losing several crucial starters to graduation, including linebacker/running back Kyle Travis, who now plays for Georgi... [Read More]


 

Football: West looks to build on historic season Football: West looks to build on historic season

West Forsyth’s fifth-year football program made a historic leap forward in 2011, earning its first two playoff victories and finishing the season ranked seventh in Georgia’s largest classification. The Wolverines bring back the bulk of an offensive unit that averaged 29 points per gam... [Read More]


 



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