importfromil wrote: Lodi
at Wisconsin Dells - no reason to think the Blue Devils will struggle against the Chiefs, though Dells went to the air in Week 1 for 231 total yards so that might give the Lodi defense fits. Not sure if Kuehn just came out early for Lodi, not sure if Rohling (17-24-215, 1 TD) was in a semi-platoon for Dells ... but whatever, it won't change the result. Blue Devils by 28.
Deerfield at Cambridge
- it is extremely rare that you give up 55-393 on the ground and
a punt return for a TD and still win, but that's exactly what Cambridge did last week as it survived Clinton. I'll say it put enough of a scare in them that they don't take the Demons lightly - but I think it's a pick 'em game. Bluejays by 4.
New Glarus/Monticello at Darlington
- the Glarner Knights got edged by Edgerton, and Darlington is Darlington. Cardinals by 21.
Marshall at Jefferson
- someone's going to start the season 0-2 for the first time in a long time. I can stretch to make an argument that Jefferson could have won last week; I have no idea how Marshall would have beaten Lake Mills. Eagles by 20.
Waterloo at Luther Prep
- yeah, the Pirates shut out Pardeeville (who's about as big) at home. Prep knocked off a larger Jefferson squad ... on the road, and is surely riding a wave of confidence after that one. Phoenix by 10.
at Wisconsin Heights - in past years, this would have been a winnable game for the Vanguards. However, Boscobel isn't entirely the pushover it's been for years. Look for Tommy Monroe to run for a ton of yards again this week. Bulldogs by 24.
Poynette at Adams-Friendship
- the Pumas struggled mightily before finally prevailing over Westfield in a sloppy game. A-F is a much better team than Westfield; there won't be a similarly slow start. Green Devils by 32.
Whitewater at Columbus
- it'll be "revenge" for Scott Hilber, who lost his 1st home game at Columbus vs. the Whippets two years ago. The only hope Whitewater has is to go to the air like it did in 2013, and I don't see the visitors going 12-14-230 and getting a punt return for a TD in the same game. If Columbus gets the triple option going, this could get ugly. Cardinals by 25.
at Lake Mills - it'll be Micah Rudd (30-423, 7 TDs in Week 1) vs. Collin Moen (18-25-274, 3 TDs passing; 14-87, 1 TD rushing). No, Rudd probably won't run for 423 again - but I think New Glarus/Monticello is a better team than Lake Mills. Don't be surprised if these two teams combine for over 75 points. Crimson Tide by 18.
at McFarland - I'm more of a believer in the Warriors after last week's win, but I still don't think they're in the top-2 in the C-North. The Spartans, ... this could be a long, long year. Warriors by 28.