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PSHAW TO PIGSKIN PUNDITS Football experts predicted the Spur Bulldogs to be at a three touchdown disadvantage to the Motley County Matadors, ranked No. 3 in the state. In a high-scoring, back-and-forth contest, Spur held on to win 76-74 Friday night at Jones Stadium.
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TOP 20 TEAM The Spur Bulldogs, ranked as No. 17 in last week’s Texas

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, knocked off the No. 3 Motley County Matadors 76-74 Friday night at Jones Stadium in Spur.

09/19/2019 - 6:59am
Sixmanfootball.com predicted that Motley County would beat the Spur Bulldogs in Friday’s night game by 21 points. After all, the Bulldogs were “only” rated #20 in the state in Division 2 six-man, and the Matadors were sitting at #3 in the state in...