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OI, ND Assert Dominance in Flag Football

With only a week of games left in the regular season, class favorites OI and ND stand above the rest in an exciting bout for the remaining playoff spots.

In EC Division 1, a stout defense combined with a potent aerial attack led by QB Aaron Byrd has propelled OI to an undefeated season and a staggering 132 to 25 point differential over opponents in the team’s last three games.

After a tough out-of-conference loss to OG, the OF Wolfpack is on the hunt for the remaining playoff spot with one week to go. Known for their prowess on the court replica breitling bentley 6.75, quarterback Harrison Osbourn has been torching defenses on the turf with standout receiver Zach Gut.

Old rivals OD and OG squared off in Division 2’s clash of the titans as an undefeated OG squad looked to capture a playoff berth with a win. Michael Porter and the OD offense had other plans, however, and opened the game with two quick scores to set the tone for the remainder of the half.

Dominated by a possessed OD defense looking to make a statement, the OG offense couldn’t muster a touchdown until the closing minutes, too late to stage the all too familiar comeback they’ve become known for this season.

With most of the playoff teams finalized across each of the divisions, three teams: NE, NC and NA are still fighting for two spots in RC Division 1 replica breitling Aeromarine .

In one of the most exciting games of the season, all hopes of an undefeated season for the NA Pandas were crushed by NE on a go-ahead touchdown in the final seconds from Tyler Gordon.  All eyes will be on the matchup between NE and NC this week to determine the final playoff spots.

Undefeated Division 2 foes ND and NJ squared off in a Week 3 game that lived up to its hype. Section D came out firing on all cylinders during an opening drive touchdown to take the lead and never looked back www.replicaforbest.co.uk.

ND stifled a relentless NJ attack with their team defense and rallied behind quarterback (and former Navy Seal) Flynn Cochran and deep threat receiver Meredith Uram.  Despite a strong showing, NJ was unable to overcome its division rival losing 32-19.

This may not be the last time these two meet, and there is no doubt NJ will be looking for revenge in the playoffs.

October 11, 2012
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