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Every week Dan, Brian and George slug it out to predict the most football games correctly. Morris Sussex Sports has incentivized these three knuckleheads with a $200 pot to who ever picks the most correct games at the end of the season. Keep up with their progress every Thursday nights or Friday mornings when the 2017 Game Day Eateries Weekly Predictions come out. Looking for a place to eat on Game Days? Please dine at one of our Game Day Eateries!

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Boonton (0-1) @ Weequahic (1-0)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: Tough opening loss for the Bombers and it doesn’t get easier for Coach Gallagher and company as they hit the road and head to Newark to take on Weequahic. It’s going to be a challenge for the Boonton defense to slow down Indians star running back Robert Leverette, as he torched Morris Catholic last week for 163 yards and a score. PICK: Weequahic 24-20
Brian Daniel: Boonton had a rough start to the season and things won’t get much easier for them in Week 2 on the road. Look for Cory Dempster to find the endzone once for Boonton but Weequahic will remain undefeated.  PICK:  Weequahic 21-13
George Muha: I guarantee this will be a battle in the city as Boonton’s running attack of Cory Dempster, Joe Cannizzaro and Jason Earle take on Weequahic’s high flying offense. While I do think Boonton’s battle with Pequannock last week has them battle tested, I think the fact that Weequahic had a week off will pay dividends in the final score. PICK: Weequahic 29-26

North Warren (1-0) @ Butler (0-1)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: North Warren had to grind it out for the win against Hopatcong last week, while Butler wants to put their Week 1 loss to Glen Ridge in the rear view mirror. Look for Butler to bounce back and get into the win column over the Patriots. PICK: Butler 16-13
Brian Daniel: Butler will have to get its offense going in order to compete with North Warren, who beat a very good ‘Cong team last week. Look for Butler to get on the board a few times with Declan Minogue throwing two scores but in the end North Warren will escape with a W. PICK: NW 30-27
George Muha:  I was very impressed with North Warren’s tough win againt Hopatcong last week.  However, Butler was a victim of a very good Glen Ridge squad. This Bulldog team is very good though and I see Sean Centinaro and company righting their ship early in what could be the beginning of a successful season. PICK: ‘Dogs 40-21

Chatham (0-1) @ Parsippany Hills (1-0)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: No worries everyone, there is still room to jump onto the Parsippany Hills bandwagon. I told you this team was legit. What a great way to start the season than to win against one of the top teams in the county, West Morris. My man Nick “V is for Victory” Verducci ran it in for two scores, including the game-winner in the fourth quarter. Playing home against Chatham, expect Nick to be watching the game from the bench because they will have a sizable lead heading into the fourth quarter. PICK: Par Hills 38-10
Brian Daniel: Par Hills came out swinging last week and looks to continue to roll this week. Nicky V of Par Hills will run for two scores and throw for two more in this one. Christian Cutitta will run for almost a 100 yards and a score for the Cougars as well. PICK: Par Hills 34-20
George Muha: Looks like Chatham QB Andrew DesMaria has found some favorite targets in Christian Cutitta and the Schelling Bros. They’ll need to be near perfect to try and keep up with the Wilson Done Yard Eating Machine. PICK: Vikes 35-20

Kittatinny (0-1) @ Dover (0-1)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: Both teams had season openers to forget. I am leaning towards the home team in this one. Look for the Tigers to get their stripes back on their turf. PICK: Dover 10-6
Brian Daniel: Both these teams had problems scoring last week. Somebody is going to win this game, and I’m thinking the Tigers’ home field advantage will carry the day here. Look for Anthony Ocampo to cause a turnover that makes the difference for Dover in this one. PICK: Dover 14-13
George Muha: Week 1 is something both of these teams would prefer to forget about. I actually can see this being a very fun game to watch with a lot of good defense. In the end, I predict Kittatinny coming out ahead as someone with the last name Mafaro scoring at least two touchdowns. PICK: Cougars 31-30

Hanover Park (1-0) @ Newark Central (0-1)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: Sean Conley put this team on his back last week scoring the game-winning TD against Cedar Grove, giving his team the 35-30 victory. No games are a given but I think the Hornets will have a little more cushion in this win as they hit the road and head to Newark. PICK: HP 28-14
Brian Daniel: HP continues to score points and played well against Cedar Grove. Their defense allowed up a few too many points, but they will be looking to right the ship this week on that front. Look for Ryan “Grizz” Gryzmala to have a Pick-6 in this one. PICK: HP 27-13
George Muha: Holy schnikies, where the heck did Hanover Park QB Tyler Scaff come from?! Last week he looked like former HP QB’s Frank Franco, Jimmy Sivolella and Donato Casolaro wrapped up into one person. Way to start his varsity career with a gutsy win! I suppose it doesn’t hurt when you have Morris-Sussex’s version of Jerry Rice to throw to in Michal Radomski. But still Scaff looks legit! PICK: HP 24-12

High Point (1-0) @ West Milford (0-1)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: Hello High Point! Welcome to my radar. Solid win against Jefferson last week as the Wildcats held on to beat the Falcons 20-19. Look for them to string two in a row with a win over West Milford. WILD CATS HOOOOOOOOOOO (is anyone old enough to know this Thundercats reference? I digress…) PICK: Wildcats7-14
Brian Daniel: High Point won a nail biter last week against J-Town and they are looking to build on a successful Week 1. Look for Chad Musilli to score on a dive play behind Eric Frei for HP in the waning moments of the 4th quarter for the win. PICK: HP 21-17
George Muha: I love High Point’s approach. No matter what the other team is doing, they are just going to grind out the tough yards on the ground to wear out the defense. The other team might’s offense might get all excited to get a quick touchdown but their defense remains miserable all game because they can’t catch their breath. The thee-headed gargoyle running attack of Chad Musilli, Jake Liscinsky and Jake Philip rushed for 208-yards on 40 carries for an average of 5.2 yards. That’s a first down every two plays folks! PICK: ‘Cats 28-21

Shabazz (1-0) @ Hopatcong (0-1)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: Shabazz is a force to be reckoned with. They’re big, fast and physical. It is a different brand of football than what the Chiefs are accustomed to in Sussex County. The Bulldogs can score from every angle, special teams (Javis Hanks had a 60 yard punt return vs Bernards) and then they can get you on the ground and in the air with multiple weapons. This may be too much for Hopatcong to handle. PICK: Shabazz 35-0
Brian Daniel: The ‘Cong’s defense played well last week, but still lost. This week they look to make the push to win against a tough Shabazz team. Look for Jack Terebeckle “the Terrible” to wreak havoc again and figure in a defensive touchdown somehow for the ‘Cong. PICK: Hopatcong 14-7
George Muha: New coach Mike Moschella had his finger prints all over the way DaCong battled hard last week. I think that is what you are going to expect from his Chief’s during his tenure as coach…which I guarantee will be a very long one. Shabazz will come away with the victory but only after Hopatcong’s Anthony Mastroeni and company give them heck for four quarters. PICK: Shabazz 35-33

Jefferson (0-1) @ Vernon (0-1)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: Vernon is looking to rebound from a lopsided loss last week but so is Jefferson. The Falcons’ 1-point loss stings a little more and they will make sure that they don’t drop to 0-2 in the early part of the season. I expect a Falcons bounce back here. PICK: J-Town 21-14
Brian Daniel: Tough losses for both of these squads last week. I think that Anthony “AJ” Johnson will carry the day again for J-Town and they win in the final seconds. PICK: Jefferson 30-27
George Muha: I see Vernon’s Jeremy Kayhart breaking the century mark in this one as the Vikings try to deliver their fans a “W” in their home opener. However, Jefferson defenders Nick Miller and Brandon Haid will be the factor that makes the Falcon’s the away-team spoiler. PICK: Jefferson 21-14

Whippany Park (1-0) @ Kinnelon (1-0)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: This match-up will not be a walk in the park for Whippany Park. Kinnelon is coming off a hard fought 12-0 win over Wallkill Valley and will look to build off of that. The big question is can the Colts slow down WP running back Luke Papa who had two scores land rushed for 97 yards last week. My money is on the hard nosed running attack taking the lead for ‘da Cats. PICK: WP 24-20
Brian Daniel: The Park dominated last week. They are confident, to say the least going into this week even though it’s on the road. Look for the Park’s Michael Roma to record a sack and a bunch of tackles in this one. Kinnelon’s Quinn Duffy will and his teammates will play strong defense, but in the end, it’s the Park pulling it out. PICK: WP 21-16
George Muha: Just so you know, Whippany Park’s 6-2, 260-pound nose guard Anthony Auriemma is actually a 28-year-old man who stole some sophomores uniform because he missed playing high school football so bad. I am on to you bro and am actually jealous because I’ve been wanting to pull that off for two and a half decades. There is just no way this beast a 17-year-old high school kid.  Wildcats continue to role! PICK: WP 28-7

Lenape Valley (1-0) @ Newton (1-0)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: All aboard the Patriots train. Don Smolyn is the Bill Belichick of Morris/Sussex. His guys just figure out a way to win. Huge win over rival Madison to start the season so look for Lenape Valley to keep their sites set on MetLife. Next team in the way, Newton. PICK: LV 28-10
Brian Daniel: The Valley started off the season with a bang by beating Madison. They are on the hunt now. Newton scored a ton in Week 1 and isn’t going to roll over. Should be a great game. Brandon Bready will score twice in this one for the Valley, and Chase Cramer will match him for the Newtonians. In the final seconds the Valley will score and win it, and it’s going to be Mr. DuPont crossing the goal line. PICK: The Valley 34-28
George Muha: If I were to make a Morris-Sussex coaching mafia family tree, Lenape Valley coach Don Smolyn would be the Godfather and there would be a host of other Morris-Sussex coaches that are his underlings. Newton coach Matt Parzero has definitely been climbing the ranks from soldier to underboss from his playing days for the Pats to his success as a head coach himself at North Warren and now Newton. This may be the year Parzero becomes a made man, but he won’t from whacking the Don in this one…despite it being by far the Game of the Weekend. PICK: LV 39-38

Morris Hills (1-0) @ Morris Knolls (0-1)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: The Battle of Rockaway! This is always a fun one to pick but tough. Sam Valerio had 14 rushes for 124 yards and a TD, while Angelo Macera had 19 carries for 145 yards and two touchdowns for Morris Hills in their season opening victory over Mendham. That is quite the one-two punch on offense for the Knights. Look for both of those guys to be the difference makers in this game too. PICK Morris HILLS 17-10
Brian Daniel: The defending State Champs are playing like it’s still 2016!  Angelo Macera will run for 200 and two toucdownds in this one. PICK: The Hills are Alive 31-14
George Muha: I do believe Morris Knolls has the horses to be a serious playoff contender this season. But I think their winning streak will start in Week 3. MoHill’s looks like they haven’t skipped a beat from last season as Valerio and Caruso seem to be in on every single tackle on defense. PICK: Hills 35-33

Parsippany (0-1) @ Caldwell (1-0)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: The Caldwell defense was top notch against West Side in their 15-6 season opening victory. Look for the Chiefs defense to flex its muscles against Parsippany. PICK: Caldwell 24-10
Brian Daniel: Caldwell is no joke, and they start young there, trust me. Parsippany’s Tyler Grieco will score the first points of the season for Parsippany, but Caldwell will be too tough to beat. PICK: Caldwell 40-17
George Muha: Hey Caldwell, we’re going to deliver a little Morris-Sussex pie in the form of Parsippany defensive end John Krevis. Good luck with that! You may win but I guarantee you’ll wonder what the heck just hit ya! PICK: Caldwell 35-19

Ramsey (2-0) @ Pequannock (1-0)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: Bergen county’s Ramsey hits the road to take on Pequannock in a cross-county matchup that has two quality programs taking the field. The Rams have two games under their belts and in those games, their offense has scored a combined 49-points. While I do not think this will be a high scoring affair, I think Ramsey has a little more to get the road win and remain undefeated. PICK: Ramsey 13-7
Brian Daniel: Ramsey is already 2-0, when did they start playing, July? The ‘Quan put up some offensive stats last week, and look to continue to roll this week as well. David Jachera had a QB rating of a million last week, and he will throw more this week. Old reliable Sean Klimek did what he does, running for miles and scoring TDs for the ‘Quan. Look for that to continue this week. PICK: ‘Quan 35-21
George Muha: I’d like to see Pequannock’s Liam Smith, Joe Leszczynski and Mitchell Ortega compete in a taco eating contest. I think I’m putting my money on Leszczynski. In fact, I wouldn’be surprised if he breaks out some tacos in the locker room at halftime. PICK: Quan 40-10

Roxbury (1-0) @ Wayne Hills (1-1)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: The Gaels do not have a good track record against the Patriots. Hills also started the season with a quality win over rival Ramapo and that is a tough task any season. I hate doing this, but the game is on the road, and I think my alma mater Roxbury’s bad mojo against Hills continues. I hope Cosmo and Athletic Director Stu Mason still let me back on campus. PICK: Hills 28-24
Brian Daniel: The “Bury has their hands full in this one. I think Donovan “Tom” Brady will throw more in this one for Roxbury, including two scores in a close win. PICK: Roxbury 20-19
George Muha: I love the character of this Roxbury team with their gutsy QB Donovan Brady, warrior RB Michael Roumes, tough guy lineman Big Joe Hills and lightning fast receiver Kevin Sembrat. I know Wayne Hills is, well, Wayne Hills. But I’m doubling down on this group because I believe in them. Let’s do this Gaels! Then on Saturday, reward yourself by heading down to Irpinia Italian Deli on Route 10 and let Luisa make you some nice Italian treats.  PICK: Rox 48-21

West Morris (0-1) @ West Essex (1-0)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: West Morris is angry. You don’t want to make the Wolfpack angry. Look for The Pack to rebound off of a tough loss to Parsippany Hills and take care of business on the road. No way they go 0-2. PICK: West Morris 31-12
Brian Daniel: West Essex is always pretty tough and they are playing at home. Joe Spano will do his best, throwing for over 200 yards and 2 TDs, but I see West Essex scoring a late TD to win it in the fourth before their crazy fans. PICK: WE 28-21
George Muha: I just spent 12-minutes watching WMC linebacker Rourke Colligan’s hudl video from his junior season twice. Are you kidding me with this kid? There is no doubt he is the Morris-Sussex version of Ray Lewis. When he has you in his sights, he is like a heat seeking missle. Yes, West Essex is good. But no way Colligan is going to let the ‘Pack start the season 0-2. PICK: Wolfpack 30-23

Saturday Afternoon Specials

St. Joe’s – Mont.(1-1) @ Delbarton School (0-1)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: Delby needed that win against St. Anthony’s from Long Island. Next up, St. Jospeh (Mont.). The Green Knights are back at home after taking one to the chin against St. John’s College High School (DC) and no doubt Augie Hoffmann will have his guys pumped up and ready to go against the Green Wave. PICK: St. Joe’s 30-17
Brian Daniel: I think Delbarton is going to win this one after having a rough week last week. Look for Lucas Ungar to score a TD with less than a minute left to put up the Green Wave for good. PICK: Delby 17-16
George Muha: Despite the fact that receivers Trey Zgombic, Michael Lodge, Ben McNaughton and Luke Ungar will combine for 225-yard receiving, it will be Anthony Siragusa who will block a field goal and return it for a walk off TD to end the game (that is not a stretch for that kid). PICK: Delby 32-25

Hackettstown (1-0) @ Wallkill Valley (0-1)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: Not a bad way to start the season for Hackettstown as their offense scored 50-plus points against Dover in their season opener. Not sure if they will score that much against Wallkill Valley but Christian Maciak (124 yds, 4 TDs) will be a problem for the Rangers. PICK: Hackettstown 21-0
Brian Daniel: H-Town looked impressive last week, exploding for 54 points. TJ Sciaretta will score twice in this one, and Christian Maciak will only find the endzone once (as opposed to last week’s 4 TDs). The Valley will hang around for a while but H-Town pulls away in the third. PICK: H-Town 42-27
George Muha: Wallkill’s Dylan Harlos is hungry for that first win and he’d love to get it in front of his home crowd. But Hackettstown runningback Christian Maciak, who is blowing up every fantasy league trading board with this six carry, 124-yard and 4 touchdown game last week against Dover, has other plans. PICK: Hackettstown 34-28

Verona (0-1) @ Madison (0-1)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: West Morris will have the same motivation as West Morris and will not look to go 0-2 as they take on Verona. The Dodgers are coming full force and Verona is in their way. PICK: Madison 17-0
Brian Daniel: Madison will bounce back this week at home against Verona, but it’s going to be closer than they want. Ryan Schmitz will do it through the air and on the ground for the Dodgers. PICK: Dodgers 34-20
George Muha: True story…Anthony from Pascarella Bros Deli, and former Madison football player (’89) and current sponsor of Game Day Eateries made me a turkey sloppy joe last Saturday the size of a catchers mitt with all of the cold slaw and thousand island dressing dripping from incredibly fresh rye bread. I am literally salivating thinking about it. I brought it home where my freshman son and I shared 1/3rd of it and it literally filled us up so I put the rest in the fridge for later on. That night my high school aged kids had a bunch of their friends over for an uneventful night. The next day at lunch time I couldn’t wait to start the rest of my journey with this insanely delicious sloppy joe. When I opened up the fridge my daughter said, “Brendan ate your sandwich last night.” Brendan?  I just met friggin Brendan that night and the kid raids my refrigerator and eats my sandwich??? Who does that??? In case you haven’t figured it out, I’m still pissed Brendan! But I digress. Ryan Schmitz and Santi Quintero connect for 125-yards and two TDs in an old, old time rivalry game that there is no way the Dodgers are losing at home. PICK: Dodgers 24-18

Mount Olive (1-0) @ Mendham (0-1)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: Solid win for MO in their season opener vs Morris Knolls with the 28-7 victory. Look for the Marauders to keep their win streak going to two. PICK: MO 24-3
Brian Daniel: Mt. Olive got off to a fast start last week and didn’t look back. Look for Ryan Hodgins and Paul “Who can Tackle” Moore to combine for almost 40 tackles in this one for Mt. Olive. Patrick Maclean will record a couple of sacks for Mendham but I think Mt. Olive pulls it out. PICK: Mt. Olive 19-17
George Muha: MO has the edge in this game with their senior laden QB in Liam Anderson, stud receivers Lance Johnson and Robert Bakovic…as well as their killer defense behind Ryan Hodgins and Paul Moore. But Mendham’s 6-3, 215-pound sophomore QB Logan Clouse is playing loose and cool which would worry me if I were the Marauders. I’m putting my money on Mount Olive but I predict Mendham linebacker Zack Polley is going to make them earn it.  After the game, both teams should bring their families to Aztec Authentic Mexican Restaurant in Chester to bro-hug it out for a little Mexican fiesta. PICK: MO 35-30

Montville (1-0) @ Sparta (1-0)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: Sparta’s Anthony Brocoletti and Thomas Agudo dominated for the Spartans and were a big part of their offense scoring 50 plus last week against Randolph. Look for those two to play a big role again in their match-up against the Mustangs. PICK: Sparta 45-10
Brian Daniel: Montville stampeded Vernon last week, but Sparta won’t go down as easy and I don’t see them losing in their home opener. Colin Regan will catch at least one TD for the ‘Stangs, but look for Tommy Agudo to add to his TD total in this one for the Spartans. PICK: Sparta 35-24
George Muha: If I were Sparta I would be nervous about the momentum Montville has behind them. The Mike Burke to Nick Billand and Anthony Manna aerial attack is deadly. In this one I do think Sparta will be the victors behind receiver Eric Castorina who will catch 6 passes for 88-yards and two TDs and defensive back Anthony Esposito who will have at least one INT. PICK: Spartans 32-28

Hudson Catholic (1-0) @ Morris Catholic (0-1)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: Hudson Catholic is a team to keep an eye on. They finished 6-4 last season and is a program on the rise. A solid win to open up 2017 as they took care of business against Immaculate Conception 46-19. Look for the Hawks to go streaking as they win their second in a row against the Crusaders. PICK: Hudson Catholic 21-0
Brian Daniel: Morris Catholic had a rough first week, and while they will improve from last week, they will still have their hands full with HC. Naim Redding will score once in this one for MC but it won’t be enough. PICK: HC 21-14
George Muha: Morris Catholic’s Nasir Clerk is a phenom of a player and it’s amazing that he’s only a sophomore. Look for the nifty QB to keep his Crusaders in it until the end but come up just shy. PICK: Hudson Catholic 21-20

Randolph (1-1) @ Morristown (0-1)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: Motown is looking to bounce back after their season opening loss to Roxbury. Look for the Colonials to get on winning side of things as they host the Rams. PICK: Mo-town 17-7
Brian Daniel: This is going to be a good game in Motown. I think that Jhamil King will break out, running for over 150-yards and three scores in this one in an upset over the Rams. Look for Randolph’s Matty Kuntz to run for a score as well. PICK: Morristown 28-19
George Muha: I’m nominating myself to be the sports agent for Randolph’s defensive tackle Chandler “Big Daddy” Boykins. With the way he plays on the field and my marketing prowess, I guarantee we’ll score massive endorsement deals. The first thing I’ll do is lose the uniform for pregame introductions. Instead, I’ll have him come out in a purple jump suit, sun glasses, crocodile skin shoes and top hat. I’ll coach him to walk out with this slow, fake limp, sporting a gold plated cane he’ll have as an accessory. It’s time we take this kid to the big time. This game will certainly be a barn burner with Motown’s Jake Buchner doing a good job improvising as Big Daddy Boyknis breaks down the pocket. But I see the Ram’s QB Justin Suarez using his arm with some late game heroics to put Randolph on top. PICK: Rams 40-39

Sussex Tech (0-1) @ Morristown-Beard (1-0)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: Mo-Beard lit up the scoreboard last week putting up 50-points! Not sure if they will hit that number again but look for their offense to keep rolling as they host Sussex Tech. PICK: Mo-Beard 35-21
Brian Daniel: Holy cow Tahj Valentine is no joke. He was the Week Zero Player of the Week, is practically unstoppable, and a good kid to boot. His offensive line is definitely getting iPhones from him at the end of the season…haha. Look for George Burke to record about a dozen tackles in this one for the Beard. PICK: Beard 26-18
George Muha: This is the battle of the lefty QB’s as Sussex Tech’s Tyler Crum faces off against MoBeard’s Declan Kelly. The Techies will use their smarts to load the box against the Tahj-manian Devil, leaving the Beard’s no choice to play long ball with them. In the end I see the Beard defenders Ryan Russo and George Burke being the X-Factor. PICK: Beards 52-50

Mountain Lakes (1-0) @ Lincoln (0-1)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: The Herd had a convincing 35-0 win over Parsippany in their season opener. I told you Coach Fusco would have his guys dialed in for 2017. Look for them to keep it going on the road against Lincoln of Jersey City.
Brian Daniel: The Herd came alive last week. Look for them to continue to stampede the competition. Jack Baker “The Touchdown Maker” is going to throw for over 200-yards and 2 TDs. Matty Barkauskas will run for over 100 yards and a score as well. PICK: Herd 34-17
George Muha: Nice to see the Herd back in winning form after a tough 2016. Look for the Jake Bros (Schicke & Marshall) continue to be the Hogan and Amendola to Jack Baker’s Brady in a 200+ yard aerial assault. PICK: ML 38-22

Malvern Prep PA (1-) @ Pope John (1-0)

Dan Exter of Layups 4 Life: I said it last week and I will say it again this week. Pope John needs to win these out of state games because before you know it they will be looking across the field and seeing Paramus Catholic, St. Joe’s (Mont.), Bergen Catholic and DePaul. This game is crucial if the Lions want to have a chance to make it to the second season. PICK: PJ 17-14
Brian Daniel: Pope John came to play in their first game, and they hope to continue against a tough squad from PA. “Nicky D” Nick DeNucci is going to record a bunch of tackles and a couple of sacks in this one. PICK: PJ 20-14
George Muha: Hurricane Irma is killing my fantasy team. I had to sit my number one draft pick Terrance Jones after PJ had to postpone their game last week. Oh well, I have a feeling TJ is going to make it up to me with a 185-yards and two TDs. No pressure bro! PICK: PJ 38-32

How We Predicted Them Last Week

Dan: 13-6 (68.42%)
Brian: 11-8 (57.89%)
George: 14-5 (73.68%)

How We’re Predicting The Games Overall

Dan: 17-7 (70.83%)
Brian: 15-9 (62.50%)
George: 17-7 (70.83%)

About the Predictors

Dan Exter spent eight years as a producer for MSG Varsity and is the founder and director of Layups 4 Life, a non-for-profit that uses a wildly popular 3-on-3 basketball tournament to raise money for cancer research.

Dan Exter is a Roxbury HS alumni that spent eight years as a producer for MSG Varsity and is the founder and director of Layups 4 Life, a non-for-profit that uses a wildly popular 3-on-3 basketball tournament to raise money for cancer research. Have an opinion about Dan’s picks?  Tell him what you think via his Twitter handles:  @d_exter15 and @Layups4Life

Brian Kenney

Brian Daniel is a Hanover Park alumni who really has nothing to do with high school sports.  But he’s George Muha’s oldest friend and frequent crasher of his couch so George feels obligated to give him something to do. Have an opinion about Brian’s picks?  Tell him what you think via his Twitter handle:  @bdk29

George Muha is a Hanover Park alumni who has been covering high school football for nine years.  George is the founder of MSS and is also on the board of the Greater Morris Chapter of the National Football Foundation.

George Muha is a Hanover Park alumni who has been covering high school football for ten years.  George is the founder of MSS and proud board member of the Greater Morris Chapter of the National Football Foundation. Have an opinion about George’s picks?  Tell him what you think via his twitter handle:  @UnrulyFan

George Muha has been covering high school sports since 2006. He feels high school scholar-athletes are the most important part of the community and highlighting their achievements on the field, in the classroom and within the community is his personal mission.

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