Farmington senior linebacker Jake Oskey, a two-year starter for the Cardinals, stands in the locker room Wednesday. He has recorded 21 tackles, one sack and an interception through four games this season.
As the defense goes, so goes Farmington football it seems this high school season.
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Andrew Mendoza (96) of Rogers Heritage watches a play develop in front of a Springdale lineman during the first half of the War Eagles’ 29-26 loss Friday at Gates Stadium in Rogers. For more high school football photos, visit arkansasonline.com/galleries.
FAYETTEVILLE — Rivalry or not, all of Springdale will be united when Springdale High travels across town to No. 1 Springdale Har-Ber on Friday night.
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Louisville head football coach Bobby Petrino responds to a question during his weekly press conference, Monday, Aug. 29, 2016 in Louisville Ky. (AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley)
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Question his honesty. Question his integrity. Question his loyalty. Bobby Petrino was simply too good at what he does best to remain an outcast for long.
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