Anytime a high school football team can achieve 45 points per game on offense and allow just five points on defense, you know they have determined a recipe for success.
And that is exactly where undefeated Buford find itself as it prepares for Saturday's showdown in the semifinals with Dublin (11-2 overall, 6-0 region).
The Wolves have done nearly everything right all season en route to this trip to the Georgia Dome. They have held opponents scoreless in five sepaparate games and have scored in the 50s and 60s just as many times.
Buford faced a good Darlington squad to open the playoffs and promptly ran away with a 41-0 victory in that contest before getting past Charlton County 21-14.
The Fighting Irish have had a a very good season, too, and have a chance at pulling off the upset.
After losing two games in September, Dublin reeled off nine straight wins, including playoff wins over Jefferson County and Pepperell.
The Fighting Irish have averaged nearly 31 points per game this year and allow just over 13.
The last time thse two teams faced each other was in 2004 when Buford earned a 28-24 victory.
Buford vs. Dublin
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