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Published: Friday, Oct. 25 2013 12:45 a.m. MDT

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south jordan, UT

We need to take into consideration Herriman and Bingham was a 6 point game late in the 4th quarter. When Herriman played Jordan it was much the same 6 point game with 4 min. left without their senior RB's. Nobody's talking about that but If Herriman takes on Jordan again i think Herriman takes it.Bingham obviously is the team to beat and the sleeper is Herriman. Corner Canyon is an up and coming team but lost to Westlake who was blown out by everyone in region 4. It takes time to play competitive football in 5 A in the competitive regions. Corner Canyon will have a more competitive team for 5A with time. The funny thing about Herriman is they play a power style run game similar to Bingham which bodes well over time. Herriman has a huge line and will reuturn most of the offensive line.
Does anyone know where there is a complete 5A brackett?

Clinton/Davis, UT

Yes prepFan you are right. The Cuse did make it to the championship over your other Region 3 teams. As you guys beat on your chest and pose like a peacock, region 1 was knocking off the rest of your region to get to the championship. You havent watched many region 1 games this year except the ones you have seen on TV. Your knowledge shows what you dont know about the top 3 teams. PigSkinFan says the same thing. I can see what you are saying but dont fully agree with both of you. I know you talk about the defense that gave up 58 points in the finals. We got rolled. But that defense shut down your power teams to get to the championship game. I have heard we werent that good last year but either were your other region 3 teams. Sorry just fact. You also have 6 returning starters back on that bad defense. 3 out of the 4 lineman are all returning as well. These boys have been their before and you can count they will get there again. Onward and Upward. Sound familiar? Go "Cuse"!!!!!!!

84096, UT

Herriman is a team of ups and downs this they can't quite get over the hunch of beating the elite teams in 5A. Many coaches that I have spoken with say Herriman's offensive coordinator is very predictable and has been very up and down and there offense has had a ton of turnovers. Footballisgood- why are you getting so offended when someone says that the play calling was sub par I honestly don't think that's that bad. Heck there could be a lot of other rude and mean things that could have been said. Lets not be so sensitive on here people. Lastly good luck to all of the teams in the playoffs may the best team win.

84096, UT


footballfollower was just stating some facts why are you getting offended? All he said was the play calling was subpar there is alot of things that could have been said for crying out loud, and after speaking to alot of coaches that have played Herriman they said Herriman's offensive Coordinator is very predictable in what he does. Bottom line is Herriman is a team of ups and downs this season they can play with anyone in the state and then they look bad in other games. Look for Herriman to have a good game against Layton and then it will be a showdown of power house football between Herriman and Brighton. Best of Luck to both teams.

Lets get these playoffs started

South Jordan, UT

Footballisgood: You may want to check your facts bud. Bingham has never been in Herriman's region.

South Jordan, UT


Actually, in Herriman's year of existence in 2010, they played in Region 3 with Bingham. They made the playoffs with the #4 seed.

The region finished 1 Bingham 2 Riverton 3 Kearns 4 Herriman. West Jordan, Copper Hills and Taylorsville did not make the playoffs as they all lost to Herriman.

Herriman beat Taylorsville in their first ever region game and then funnily enough believed they were going to give Bingham a really good game the next week, but it was 45-0 at half.

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