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  1. Inside the FAB 50: PrimeTime primer

    Mark Tennis & Doug Huff

    The New Jersey-based PrimeTime Shootout has been around since 1976 and in recent years the event has served as the last major showcase for some FAB 50 teams before postseason playoffs and tournaments. The 10-game, two-day event Saturday and Sunday...

    Blog | February 08, 2012
  2. ESPNHS Football Players of the Week

    Mark Tennis & Doug Huff

    (After games of Nov. 24-26) One player is chosen from each region of the country. The only other criterion is that no player will be chosen more than once during a season. EAST Brendan Nosovitch, Central Catholic (Allentown, Pa.) The South...

    Blog | November 29, 2011
  3. Weekend FAB 50 Football Primer

    Mark Tennis & Doug Huff

    GAME OF THE WEEK No. 3 Allen (Allen, Texas) 11-0 vs. No. 8 Euless Trinity (Euless, Texas) 11-0 at Cowboys Stadium, 2 p.m., Saturday The state playoffs in Texas take to the bigger stages this weekend, none bigger than Cowboys Stadium and no gam...

    Blog | November 17, 2011
  4. Inside the FAB 50: LSU vs. Alabama

    Mark Tennis & Doug Huff

    Our favorite moment of Saturday's titanic clash between No. 1 LSU and No. 2 Alabama is going to come if sophomore running back Eddie Lacy of Alabama breaks into the clear and up comes sophomore strong safety Eric Reid of the Tigers to try to stop him...

    Blog | November 01, 2011
  5. Inside the FAB 50: Oklahoma teams missing for the first time ever...

    Mark Tennis & Doug Huff

    Since the FAB 50 concept for national high school football rankings began in 1999, there has been an Oklahoma team listed every week in every season. That's more a testament to the dominance of the programs at Union (Tulsa, Okla.) and Jenks (Jenks, O...

    Blog | October 11, 2011
  6. FAB 50 Weekend Primer

    Mark Tennis & Doug Huff

    GAME OF THE WEEK No. 11 Trinity (Louisville, Ky.) 3-0 at No. 18 St. Xavier (Cincinnati) 3-0, Saturday The visiting Shamrocks have waited a year to avenge last season's only loss in a 14-1 campaign that was capped by the school's 20th state champion...

    Blog | September 15, 2011