Jay Bulldogs football


Record Home Away Win % PF PA
7 - 4 3 - 2 4 - 2 .636 304 261


Date Home/Away Opponent Win/Loss Score
2012-08-31 @ Vinita W 23 - 14
2012-09-07 @ Grove W 27 - 26
2012-09-14 vs McDonald County. Mo. W 32 - 26
2012-09-21 vs Hilldale L 7 - 26
2012-09-28 @ Lincoln Christian L 27 - 34
2012-10-05 @ Locust Grove W 41 - 12
2012-10-12 vs Westville W 48 - 12
2012-10-18 @ Seq. Tahlequah W 15 - 0 8 OT
2012-10-26 vs Keys (Park Hill) L 20 - 42
2012-11-02 vs Blackwell W 36 - 14
2012-11-09 @ Stigler L 28 - 55


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Brian Schmitz: Mavs owner Cuban spot-on in college hoops critique

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High school notebook: Mustang QB Chandler Garrett gets first offer

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Kentucky’s Willie Cauley-Stein poses double threat of defense and dunks

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