Broken Arrow vs. Lawton Capsule...
By Robert Przybylo
Broken Arrow (9-2) at Lawton (11-0)
When: 7:30 p.m. Friday
Where: Cameron Stadium, Lawton (wish I could be there)
Why the Tigers can win: Because their only two losses are to Jenks and Union. Geez, couldn’t even beat those teams, huh? A little sarcasm, fellas. No, this team hasn’t missed a beat under Steve Spavital. The health of QB Archie Bradley has been a concern, but he should be ready to go.
Why the Wolverines can win: Because this entire season has been geared toward this moment. Most (yours truly included) have thought Lawton is the best team on the west side. But how do you prove it? By beating a top-notch east side team when it matters most. I was really impressed with how strong this offense looked despite not having Cody Miller.
Key matchup: BA after the long trip. Broken Arrow’s longest trip of the year was to Putnam City for a blowout win against Putnam West. This is a heck of a trek to make for a second-round matchup. Will that have any effect on the game, or at least the start of the game?
The pick: Lawton 27, Broken Arrow 24. I’m counting on the stars to come out in this one. Jabral Johnson with a big play on defense to lead to some heroics from Tyrequek Zimmerman and a Wolverine victory.
Boneman’s Lawton prediction record: 11-0.
Boneman’s BA prediction record: 11-0.
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