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Friday night lights in Rural Georgia just means more
Back in the mid to late 70s I remember going to the local Highschool football game on Friday night. The Harris County Tigers, (Alma Mater of Jordan Jenkins, Tae Crowder and Techs Taquan Marshall) wasn't very good back then but the town would literally shut down to go to the Stadium to support the team. If u lived in town (Hamilton, GA.) you could hear the band practicing all day in preparation for the nights performance. We kids, Blacks and Whites alike would gather on the grassy area above the North end zone and play throw up tackle pretending not that to b our favorite NFL or College player but our favorite Harris County Tiger be it QB Ted Edgar or Runaway Freightrain running back Willard Murphy who was our Herschel Walker. I was only a preteen back then but I WILL never forget my introduction to Friday Night Lights in Rural Georgia and it's something every fan should experience at least once. Any experiences you'd like to share?