Ben Enos and I will kick off the season of chatting tomorrow at 4 p.m. with this season’s first edition of Prep Corner Live! Join us from 4-5 p.m. right here as we talk about this week’s kickoff of the football season and maybe give you a sneak preview of what to expect from this year’s preview edition, which will be release in Thursday’s newspaper editions.
OK, so Jimmy and I introduced you to some teams we thought might surprise yesterday. Today, we’ll extend that thought process to some individuals that might be flying under the radar.
What players might have a breakout season this year?
Ben and I team back up again (as we will for the final two entries also) as also return to the world of reader-submitted questions. This comes to us from East Bay FB Coach.
Like every year, what teams will be the biggest surprises? Continue Reading
Today, I take a look at the big picture.
The goal for every local team is to be alive in late December, playing for a state title at the Home Depot Center in Carson. What SoCal teams might be across the field?
We start the weekend off by shrinking things down to our smallest league in the East Bay, the Bay Football League.
Can anyone stop Salesian’s run of dominance in the BFL?
Today, another league gets the spotlight.
De La Salle again enters as the favorite to win the EBAL. What will the other teams have in store for the Spartans?
Oakland Tech is looking for a nonleague football game the weekend of Oct. 8-9 to fill out its schedule. The Bulldogs are willing to play home or away, so long as they can get a game in. So if there are any programs looking to add in a last minute game, contact Oakland Tech coach Delton Edwards at 510-776-8192.
Let’s take a full look at the Hayward Area Athletic League.
Will three-time defending champion San Leandro win another league title?
We waited until Day 23 to get some De La Salle chatter going, so without further ado, a look at the Spartans.
Last year ended with De La Salle atop the California football mountain, winners of the CIF Open Division title. What can we expect in the early season from this year’s Spartans?
It’s time to take a look at a league that could be poised for an uprising.
Can anybody end Berkeley’s three-year reign as Alameda Contra Costa Athletic League champions?