Dublin High has lost one. Dodge County High hasn't lost one.
Something's got to give.
For two teams that have yet to suffer a setback in Region 4-AA play this season, Friday night's game will determine the top seed in the state playoffs.
The Fighting Irish (7-2 overall, 5-0 region) have won five of the last six over the Indians (8-1, 5-0) - including last season's 38-0 thrashing.
This year, Dublin is averaging 33.8 points per game on offense and allowking just under 15.
As for Dodge County, figuring out a way to beat a team that you have struggled against traditionally will be a challenge. The Indians have only won two times in this rivalry since 1991.
They enter this season's edition averaging a staggering 38.7 points per game on offense and just 5.0 on defense.
Top Seed on Line in Dublin vs. Dodge Co. game
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