Mason-Dixon Deaf Football (8 Man) recap September 24, 2013
Tennessee School for the Deaf took down South Carolina School for the Deaf & Blind 64-14 last week, the largest margin of any game.
The Vikings led Mason-Dixon Deaf Football (8 Man) in scoring this week after putting up 64 points on the Hornets.
Tennessee School for the Deaf's Rashard Witherspoon and Nakia Johnson have formed a dynamic duo this season, leading the league in both passing and receiving yards. Mississippi School for the Deaf's Darius Trice leads the league in rushing yards with 96.
The most important game in the league this week will be the match up between the Bulldogs and Barry Swafford's team. Mississippi School for the Deaf enters the game ranked 10th in the state, while the Vikings ranks 11th.
Fans will be thrilled by an exciting game in the secondary when Tennessee School for the Deaf's Johnson goes up against Gordon Weir's team's Keith Brignac.
Next week's game between the Vikings and the Bulldogs will feature a good passing match up as Witherspoon will test his arm against Brignac's defensive ability. For the year, Tennessee School for the Deaf's Witherspoon has managed 25 yards and 2 touchdowns, while Brignac has 1 interception for Mississippi School for the Deaf.
The league will see a high scoring game when the Bulldogs and the Vikings face off this week. The top two offenses in the league, Mississippi School for the Deaf comes in having scored 52 this season, while Tennessee School for the Deaf has scored 54.
North Carolina School for the Deaf suffered the largest drop in the standings this week, falling from fourth to sixth in Mason-Dixon Deaf Football (8 Man).Story is based on stats entered in MaxPreps by Tuesday 5am PST each week.