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6A D2 R2 Area: Longview vs Dallas Jesuit

Longview Lobos (10-1) vs Dallas Jesuit Rangers (7-4)  

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  1. 1. Who wins?

    • Longview in a blow out
    • Longview in a close one
    • Dallas Jesuit in a close one
    • Dallas Jesuit in a blow out
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LONGVIEW LOBOS (10-1) VS DALLAS JESUIT RANGERS (7-4)


DATE: Saturday, November 25th, 2017
TIME: 4:00 PM PM
LOCATION: John E Kincaide Stadium in Dallas, Texas
LONGVIEW BROADCAST: 106.5 FM JACK FM
DALLAS JESUIT BROADCAST: 770 AM KAAM

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The Lobos have a 4-0-0 lead when the game is a non-district contest.
The two schools have never played a district contest.
The Lobos have a 2-0-0 lead when the game is a playoff contest.
The Lobos have a 2-0-0 lead when the game is played at a neutral location.
The Lobos have a 2-0-0 lead when the game is played at Longview.
The Lobos have a 2-0-0 lead when the game is played at Dallas Jesuit.
Longview has won the last six contests against the Rangers.
The two schools have never played at John E. Kincaide Stadium Stadium.
The two schools have never played when the game is on November 25th.

LAST FIVE GAMES IN SERIES
11.24.2012 - Longview 57, Dallas Jesuit 25 - Wildcat-Ram Stadium
11.20.2004 - Longview 44, Dallas Jesuit 14 - Lion Memorial Stadium
09.05.1975 - Longview 27, Dallas Jesuit 0 - Lobo Stadium
09.06.1974 - Longview 28, Dallas Jesuit 0 - Haggar Stadium
09.06.1973 - Longview 14, Dallas Jesuit 0 - Lobo Stadium
FULL GAME LOG

GAME PREVIEW & SERIES REVIEW
How...bout...them...Lobos. Longview sent their statement to the rest of the region following their 42-21 demolishing of the Beaumont West Brook Bruins. The Lobos held a slight 7-6 lead at halftime only to come out roaring in the 3rd quarter to the tune of a 28-point quarter and a 35-14 lead. Another touchdown added in the fourth pushed the Longview lead to 42-14 before the Bruins finally broke the scoring run in the final minutes with the second stringers in. For Longview, it avenges a loss to these same Bruins from a year quarter. A loss that saw the Lobos blow a 10-point lead in the 4th quarter down in Beaumont to fall 34-33. The win gives the Lobos their 10th 10-win season under current head coach John King, and their 60th playoff win in program history. Next up for the Lobos is a familiar playoff opponent in the Dallas Jesuit Rangers. The Lobos and Rangers meet for the 3rd time in the playoffs, after previous meetings in 2004 and 2012. In 2004, the Rangers came in with a 10-1 record to the Area round meeting as the Lobos came in 11-0. In a rain drenched game, Longview walked away with a 44-14 victory. In the 2012 meeting, a profilic offense was suppose to give the Rangers a big chance but after a back and forth 1st quarter, Longview imposed their will on Jesuit and ran away with the contest with a 57-25 win. The Lobos return to John E. Kincaide Stadium for the first time since their 2013 Bi-District contest against Rowlett. Kincaide has become a 2nd home for previous Longview teams, as the Lobos sport a 10-0 record at the Dallas ISD based stadium. 9 of those 10 victories came in the post season. Those 3 of those games saw the Lobos not score 30 points, and only 2 of the games were within two scores. Longview will be looking to advance to their 10th Regional Round appearance under John King.

CLASS 6A DIVISION II REGION II AREA GAMES:
11/25 - W9 Dallas Jesuit (7-4) vs W11 Longview (10-1) - John E. Kincaide Stadium
11/24 - W13 Round Rock Stony Point (6-5) vs W15 Klein Collins (10-0) - Kelly Reeves ISD Athletic Complex
11/25 - R9 Richardson Pearce (6-5) vs W12 Lufkin (9-2) - Tiger Stadium
11/25 - W14 San Marcos (10-1) vs W16 Spring Westfield (10-0) - Panther Stadium at Edward L Blackshear Field

CLASS 6A DIVISION II REGION II BI-DISTRICT RESULTS:
Dallas Jesuit 79, Garland Lakeview Centennial 55
Longview 42, Beaumont West Brook 21
Round Rock Stony Point 45, Manor 0
Klein Collins 49, Spring DeKaney 9
Richardson Pearce 27, Garland Naaman Forest 21 (OT)
Lufkin 28, Rockwall Heath 7
San Marcos 64, Round Rock Westwood 50
Spring Westfield 42, Spring Branch Houston Stratford 10

WHAT’S AT STAKE:
The winner of today’s game will take on the winner of Round Rock Stony Point vs Klein Collins in the Class 6A Division II Region II Regional Round match up.

LONGVIEW LOBOS
Record: 10-1 (6-1)
District: 11-6A
Coach: John King (149-35 in 14 seasons) (Playoffs: 32-13)
First Year of Football: 1909
All-Time Record: 708-340-52 (Playoffs: 60-40-1)
Playoff Appearances: 43
Last Playoff Appearance: 2016, 6A Division II Bi-District Round
State Championships (1): 1937 (1A)
State Championship Appearances (4): 1937 (1A), 1997 (5A D1), 2008 (4A D1), 2009 (4A D1)
SCHEDULE:
09.01 - vs Lufkin - Win 35-16
09.08 - vs Marshall - Win 41-7
09.15 - vs South Oak Cliff - Win 38-7
09.22 - at Mesquite Horn - Loss 52-34
09.29 - vs Tyler Lee - Win 54-26
10.06 - at Rockwall - Win 31-21
10.20 - vs North Mesquite - Win 41-7
10.27 - at John Tyler - Win 28-19
11.03 - vs Rockwall Heath - Win 49-7
11.10 - at Mesquite - Win 61-3
11.17 - Bi-District: Beaumont West Brook - Win 42-21

DALLAS JESUIT RANGERS
Record: 7-4 (6-1)
District: 9-6A
Coach: Brandon Hickman  (59-24 in 7 seasons) (Playoffs: 6-7)
First Year of Football: 1942
All-Time Record: 466-311-19 (Playoffs: 43-27-1)
Playoff Appearances: 44
Last Playoff Appearance: 2016, 6A Division II Area Round
State Championships (20): 1954 (TCIL), 1956 (TCIL), 1957 (TCIL), 1958 (TCIL), 1959 (TCIL), 1960 (TCIL), 1967 (TCIL), 1974 (TCIL), 1975 (TCIL), 1978 (TCIL), 1982 (TCIL), 1986 (TCIL), 1987 (TCIL), 1990 (TCIL), 1991 (TCIL), 1993 ITCL), 1995 (TCIL), 1997 (TCIL), 1998 (TCIL), 1999 (TCIL)
State Championship Appearances (28): 1953 (TCIL), 1954 (TCIL), 1955 (TCIL), 1956 (TCIL), 1957 (TCIL), 1958 (TCIL), 1959 (TCIL), 1960 (TCIL), 1961 (TCIL), 1964 (TCIL), 1967 (TCIL), 1968 (TCIL), 1973 (TCIL), 1974 (TCIL), 1975 (TCIL), 1977 (TCIL), 1978 (TCIL), 1979 (TCIL), 1982 (TCIL), 1986 (TCIL), 1987 (TCIL), 1988 (TCIL), 1994 (TCIL), 1995 (TCIL), 1996 (TCIL), 1997 (TCIL), 1998 (TCIL), 1999 (TCIL)
SCHEDULE:
09.01 - vs DeSoto - Loss 41-36
09.09 - v. Plano East (at Cotton Bowl - Loss 41-30
09.15 - at Lake Travis - Loss 64-45
09.29 - at Coppell - Loss 63-41
10.06 - vs Richardson - Win 56-34
10.12 - at Dallas Skyline - Win 35-31
10.20 - at Richardson Pearce - Win 38-31
10.27 - vs Lake Highlands - Win 59-35
11.03 - vs Dallas W.T. White - Win 55-21
11.10 - at Richardson Berkner - Win 42-7
11.17 - Bi-District: Garland Lakeview Centennial - Win 79-55

ON THIS DATE IN LOBO HISTORY: November 25th
In 1909, Longview and Marshall met for the first time on the football field in Longview’s first ever football game (recorded) and battled to a 0-0 tie at Marshall’s Brown Park.
In 1915, Marshall came to Longview’s Fair Park and knocked off Longview, 24-0
In 1926, Gilmer edged out Longview, 7-0, at Fair Park.
In 1932, Athens handed Longview a huge 40-0 loss.
In 1937, a 70-yard run by Dick Miller in the 1st quarter highlighted Longview’s 57-12 season finale win over Gladewater at Bear Stadium.
In 1943, Jimmy Blakeley tallied two touchdowns and the Lobo defense held Gladewater to just 67 yards on the night as Longview knocked off Gladewater, 42-7.
In 1948, Bobby Honeycutt rushed for three touchdowns as Gladewater dominated Longview at Lobo Stadium, 33-7.
In 1954, Longview rolled over Marshall, 27-18, at Lobo Stadium.
In 1989, Earnest Hunter tallied early for the Lobos in the 1st quarter, but Huntsville rolled the rest of the way as the Hornets knocked off Longview, 24-14, at Texas Stadium.
In 2006, Mladen Bjellca’s 42 yard field goal put the Garland Owls out in front for good followed by a blocked field goal attempt for Longview, as the Lobos felt to Garland 24-21 in Texas Stadium.

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I’ll get everything updated tomorrow morning. But as I said, Jesuit has scored on every single team they have played this season.

Defense is definitely going to have to work Saturday.

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Last night was one of the better home crowds we’ve had in a while. Hats off to everyone who came out and stayed. Lots of noise was made last night that you don’t usually hear now a days at home.

On the road we go!

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Jesuit leads the entire Dallas metroplex area 6a in 

passing

receiving

emmit smith - leads in total points scored

jesuit is 1st in total offense 

nothing else u need to know about the offense!  They are the best!  Lobo up!

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They are not the best offense in metro plex.... look at the first four games ... tough teams but styles of play dictate scores sometime.... lobo game will not be near those scores guaranteed!

 

Decent team with zero defense...longview actually plays defense .... longview plays like it just did and All is good!

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2 hours ago, Lobouno said:

Jesuit leads the entire Dallas metroplex area 6a in 

passing

receiving

emmit smith - leads in total points scored

jesuit is 1st in total offense 

nothing else u need to know about the offense!  They are the best!  Lobo up!

OUCH. Please, tell me that's a typo for Jesuit's Ranking.

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What's the over/under on Carr picks? :woot: 

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1 hour ago, TheFootballFan said:

They are not the best offense in metro plex.... look at the first four games ... tough teams but styles of play dictate scores sometime.... lobo game will not be near those scores guaranteed!

 

Decent team with zero defense...longview actually plays defense .... longview plays like it just did and All is good!

You would argue with the facts I got that from stats listed by Dallas morning news Thursday it is what it is...their stats put them #1 in class 6a in the metroplex area and that is impressive 

make no mistake they are more than decent on offense.  Great offense and horrible defense 

 

I fully expect us to do as usual and hold them far under their average we just better be clicking on offense and make sure we get a good lead cause I don't like us getting behind big and needing to catch up...see the horn game 

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Longview is the home team.

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Lobos

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1 hour ago, Matthias said:

What's the over/under on Carr picks? :woot: 

I'll take TWO picks which will give him the new school record...lol !

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At first glance... Jesuit has played a schedule that's full off "Haves" AND "Have Nots". Give them credit for filling it with some true "Bluebloods" to offset a bottom heavy weakling District.

Anyways...they've beaten every team that doesn't have a pulse or the "Have Nots" !

Moreover, they've lost to every team that has a pulse or the "Haves". Heck, one of them (Plano East) really wasn't very good this season.

I think they'll be facing the best defense they have all season long AND it will show as THIS upcoming opponent definitely has a pulse !

As long as the Lobos don't implode with several turnovers...it will not be close !

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It’s hard for me to say this is the best D they’ll see all season as they did face Lake Travis...in Austin at that.

But it’s definitely one of the better ones.

If Skyline can keep them under 40, we definitely can. 

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44 minutes ago, LoboFan07 said:

It’s hard for me to say this is the best D they’ll see all season as they did face Lake Travis...in Austin at that.

But it’s definitely one of the better ones.

If Skyline can keep them under 40, we definitely can. 

Let's just say that Lake Travis has their typically strong team overall and they're one of the "Bluebloods" that I alluded to but even they allowed 45 to Jesuit. Yes...I know it was in Austin but still !

As for Skyline...they couldn't even make the playoffs this season in that putrid District. 

I'll still contend that this will be one of the best (if not the best) defenses they'll be facing and Longview will hold them to near their season low in ponts scored.

We shall see !

 

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All ya need is one more than them at the last whistle..But forty would be better..js 

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Well I know emmits Smith son  plays thete and is pretty good from videos I watch last year but he on jv  or freshman  squad when we played them last year and imo  they where terrible last year  don't know what different  about them this year but last year when they play jt  I think they was the worst team we played all year 

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7 hours ago, Matthias said:

What's the over/under on Carr picks? :woot: 

+2 for me. I certainly hope this young man ends up at a bonafide D-I University and I ain't talking about no BS like Arkansas or the such where we never hear or see from our athletes again. 

I personally would LOVE for him to sign with my beloved Oklahoma Sooners but, it would be a travesty if he's not on TV playing on Saturdays in at least 3 years. We had one super athlete that left here and I see he has his hair in a "man bun" now. SMDH....

I guess, as long as he gets his free education that's the only thing that matters. It doesn't matter if you wear skin tight jeans to the point where you can't even f-a-r-t, flooding way above your ankles, with no socks on and penny loafers. 

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2 hours ago, Quick said:

I personally would LOVE for him to sign with my beloved Oklahoma Sooners...

I knew I liked you.  :D

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There's football..and then there's Lobo Football.  Watching a few small clips of them, I see that their offense is capable of racking up some points. I just know that our D is quicker, faster and meaner than any they have seen. We are balling right now and I don't expect anything less than BIG win Saturday at Lobo West!!

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Taking Lobos and any win in 6a Playoffs is good. Not saying they win it but won't be a easy out. 

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It’s early in the week but I’m going to guess that’ll it’ll be similar to our last meeting with them. 

Back and forth for the first quarter and then bam. Wide open. Continue to create turnovers and get that pressure we need. 

I think Haynes getting his first playoff at home was huge. He settled down and dominated the rest of the night. Excited to see what he does against a defense that clearly has some issues.

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