Buy cialis online without prescription, Well, I got a nice little comment from Park County this week accusing me of something I've never heard before. It did make me smile though, because nothing could be farther from the truth.
We all know how hard it is to keep our heads up when the going gets tough, fda approved cialis, Cialis online sale, and it's definitely been a tough season for the teams of SVHS. At least the traditional teams. The Cross-Country team is doing fine. In fact, don't be surprised if the ladies shock the 4A Class and bring home a championship banner, cheap cialis on internet. Order no rx cialis, This comment let me know that I was a fair weather fan and that as the season got harder, the less I wrote. That's partially true I suppose, cheapest cialis prices, Buy cheap cialis online, at least if you don't take into account any variables. And, there's no doubt the Friday Sports Stir has stumbled lately, order cialis no rx, Cialis online review, but it's hardly because of effort. Regardless of what one person might think, there is not wireless internet in Yellowstone National Park, find discount cialis online, Drug cialis, or in Grand Teton National Park. Nor do I have the gumption to write something when my car rolls into my driveway at 3 a.m.
As far as the fair weather part, buy cialis online australia, Buying cialis online, that's what made me smile. Coming home from Lander in a blizzard that saw at least one car off on it's side and our car breaking trail through drifts over South Pass after a heart-breaking loss in the last two minutes of a very memorably cold road game, you guessed it. No internet there either, discount cialis without prescription, Order discount cialis online, nor can I type while I'm driving.
As for this last week, buy cialis us, Cialis no online prescription, I was here while the team battled in Evanston. I was taking in the gutsy performance by the Lady Braves and quite frankly, writing something about something I haven't seen is pretty tough without any other numbers or accounts to help me, buy cheap cialis.
So, sorry for the stumble lately, but fair weather? That cuts to the core man, buy cialis online without prescription. Where to order cialis, Here's this weeks trivia:
The last time the Braves won only one game in a season was 2004. Prior to that season, When was the last time a Star Valley team only won a single game?
Bonus Trivia: Who did they defeat that year?
Please no internet researching, buy cialis once daily, Online pharmacy cialis, not that it would help you anyway on this one. Please use the comment section to respond.
It's been an interesting season to say the least. Buffalo started out as the juggernaut, buy cialis without prescription, Cialis alternative, and while they are still very capable of sweeping the playoffs, they've at least shown that they're beatable. Douglas showed that last week, find no rx cialis, Lowest price for cialis, claiming the Eastern crown since who knows when. Cody is still perfect in the West, although it looks like their margin of error is shrinking. Today's game with Powell will decide who the third West champion is in the last three years, cheapest cialis. Cialis without prescription, As for the Braves, I'm not one who feels the need to make the playoffs at 2-6. And that's counting in a victory today against Worland which is far from certain. I know the mental and emotional high that comes with saying one's team made the playoffs, lowest price cialis, Discount cialis, but the only difference the vast majority of the time between a #8 seed and an eliminated team is an extra week of practice and a long road trip. Call me cynical, but I'm not exactly heart-broken if we dont' get in. I'm looking at the big picture and yes, cheapest cialis price, Find cialis without prescription, the dreaded "wait till next year" Cubs mentality. Winning the game? That is what is important this evening.
Now it's on to this week's picks:
Rawlins @ Buffalo: There's bound to be a surprise this week when it comes to scores. With teams like Rawlins, buying cialis, Order cialis from canada, Wheatland, Torrington, buy cialis, Get cialis, Jackson and yes, even Star Valley (no matter how small the chance) trying to make the post-season, buy generic cialis online, Cialis without rx, effort will pay off for someone. I just don't think it's this match up. Since 2002, the Bison have been vengeful after a regular-season loss, buy cialis online without prescription, Cheap cialis in canada, winning by an average margin of nearly 29 points. Since there's no guarantee for the Outlaws, look for their defense to play with abandon, cialis overnight, Cheap cialis pill, but also look for a couple of those gambles to cost them in the Bison Bowl. Llama says: Bison: 42-13. (Reality Check: Buffalo 49-7: The Bison rarely lose twice in a row under Coach Lynch. Rawlins backed into the playoffs by a small margin thanks to a strong showing by their opponents in week 8. Their reward? A trip to Douglas to take on the top-ranked Cats)
Douglas @ Wheatland: Kudos to the Bearcats for throwing off the chains of their oppressors (Buffalo) and claiming their right to the East crown. Douglas is for real. When they traveled to Jackson last year and very nearly came away with the win in the semi-finals a year ago I penciled them in my notebook as a title contender this year. Wheatland is a streaky team, but they seem to only streak to a win when the other team fails to score as their 28-0 and 25-0 wins over Newcastle and Rawlins can attest. Douglas may let down just a hair after what had to be a thrilling win over Buffalo last week, but I just don't see them stumbling for long. Llama says: Bearcats: 28-7. Buy cialis online without prescription, (Reality Check: Bearcats 41-0. Well, I guess there was no let down for Douglas as they eliminate Wheatland from the playoff race)
Newcastle @ Torrington: This is the game that all the 2-5 and 1-6 teams are wearing the Newcastle colors and cheering on the Dogies. It's not like either team has lit up the scoreboard this year, but the Blazers have at least looked like a team ready to take a step into the post-season. At 1-6, I don't have a lot of confidence in Newcastle traveling to Betschart country when Torrington has a playoff birth on the line. Llama says: Blazers: 21-8. (Reality Check: Blazers 53-23. Wow! hats off to the Blazers for leaving no doubt. Dropping 50+ in a game that earns a playoff spot makes a bit of a statement.
Powell @ Cody **** Game of the Week****: Much like last week's game between Buffalo and Douglas was the game to watch, this week's game in Park County will be extremely well attended and loud. It doesn't hurt that these two communities have a natural rivalry as well, but the winner will claim the conference crown and will face a much weaker team on paper in the first round. Despite what Star Valley fans think about Cody (I think Dayton McMillan just scored again!) Their offense hasn't been as explosive as perhaps it could be. Since their 46-6 drubbing of the Braves, the Broncs are averaging 19.8 ppg. To me? That plays into the hands of the Panthers. Both teams have very athletic and hard working defenses. In fact, that's where this game will be decided. I really believe a defensive score, most likely from the secondary will be the difference in a game that even non-football fans should go and watch if they can. With a whole lot of speed, I think that's the Broncs. Llama says: Broncs: 24-17. Reality Check: Broncs 14-6. I feel good about this analysis, I just predicted too many points.
Jackson @ Kemmerer: This is the final year of the Power Ratings. This game is a prime example of why few will miss it. Kemmerer's undefeated season is actually helping Jackson's strength of schedule, no matter if they win or lose. Yes, a win is much better than a loss in the ratings numbers, but given how the Rangers have played? Considering Jackson won this game last year? Look for Kemmerer to try and break that 40-point plateau of which they are well familiar. Jackson needs a win, but I really don't think they get it in South Lincoln. Llama says: Rangers: 42-12. Reality Check: Rangers 39-0: Kemmerer finishes their perfect season while the Broncs are eliminated in the process.
Riverton @ Lander **The Fremont County Shootout** : This is always a great rivalry game. Even with both teams struggling the last two seasons, it's been a great contest. Now Lander is ready to pay back the Wolverines for those two close losses. Llama says: Tigers: 24-6. Reality Check: Tigers 20-7. Congrats to the Tigers who make a return to the playoffs after a two-year absence
Worland @ Star Valley: Even taking away the playoff implications, the Warriors have plenty of reasons to be up for this game. Thinking back to last year, the Power Ratings worked against Worland, making them travel to Afton for a round one playoff contest despite defeating the Braves the week before. The result? Star Valley made the most of their "do-over" and pummeled the Warriors. Worland comes to town now with their playoff bid secure and a chance to avenge last year's perceived wrong. The one thing that jumps out at me is the outside running ability of Worland. Why? Well, the Braves have struggled with containment this year and teams that have had effective plays to the outside have rolled up some big time yardage. That's what seems to be the bread of butter of Worland in the past, but without Robby Demunbrun, that explosiveness has been lacking. However, Worland's pass defense has been pretty stingy, allowing only 73 yards per game. This stat right here is where this game hinges. If the Braves can get their passing game clicking to to open up their running game, some big plays might be in store. If not? It very well could be an ugly grind-it-out type game and the Braves have struggled in those types of contests. I can't help but think Star Valley has a complete game left in their hat. For new readers, this is where I always pick the Braves, so try not to be offended. Llama says: Braves: 17-14. Reality Check: Braves: 14-0 Two hard-playing defenses dictated the game for three quarters before Star Valley was able to put together some big plays. As for the analysis, Jenkins threw for 140 yards and 2 scores against the Worland secondary, but the big plays in the fourth quarter, i.e., a 45-yard fourth down conversion and a 37-yard scamper both led to the touchdowns. The fall out is that Worland will now travel to Buffalo in a tough first round playoff pairing. As for the Braves, the one-point loss very late in the fourth quarter in Lander will loom large as they will miss the post season for the first time since 2004. Hey, 7-0 this week in predictions. I guess I put together some things late in the season also.
By the way, the skies look to be clear this evening with temps at a balmy 31 degrees for kickoff. I guess I'll have to show up.
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