During this rare weekend off, Carolina Panthers head coach Matt Rhule got the chance to really sit back and evaluate his team through the first half of the year and there is one thing that is keeping this team from getting to the next level... consistency.
COVID 19 has impacted most schools in some way, but perhaps none more than Statesboro High School. Their beloved longtime basketball coach, Lee Hill, died from coronavirus complications, and their football coach got sick from the virus soon after.
Saturday the Savannah High Blue Jackets football team opened their season at Islands' new stadium with a win, but thanks to a 9-0 decision by the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System Board of Education, the hope is that next season, they’ll be defending their own turf.
Statesboro High School will finally play their first football game of the season tomorrow night ... after having to cancel their opener due to COVID, but the Blue Devils will have to do it without their head coach, since he’s in the hospital battling coronavirus.