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      Lake View Wild Gators 2013 Preview

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      Lake View Wild Gators

      2012 Record: 9-4

      Offense: 32.38 ppg (9th in the Zone Nation)

      Defense: 25.46 ppg (18th)

      Returning Starters

      Offense: 6

      Defense: 3

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      Rich's Take

      The Wild Gators are sure going to miss Darius Leonard. I think that South Carolina State got an absolute steal and it wouldn't surprise me at all to see him playing on Sunday's if he stays focused and works hard and develops as a collegian. The loss of Chris Ford is equally damaging to Lake View, but the Wild Gators have a knack for reloading. I love how Lake View gives a heavy dose of run and always has a huge pass play. The Wild Gators don't throw it much, but when they do, it's usually a 40 or 50 yard play. Lake View isn't about making excuses, so they'll do what they always do - line up, play hard and I expect them to have another Lake View kind of season.

      Worth Another Watch

      One of my all time favorite All-Zoners is Anthony Waters. The Wild Gator went on to an outstanding career with the Clemson Tigers and an NFL career with San Diego and New Orleans that earned him a Super Bowl ring playing for the Saints. Anthony always comes back to his hometown and even though his NFL days are over, Waters still looks like he could do some damage on the gridiron. In case you missed it, Lake View fans will enjoy watching Ant-Hole. Click HERE to see Anthony Waters Lake View summer football camp feature from Mark Haggard.

      2012 Highlight Reels

      Christian McDaniel

      Chrishan Jordan

      Reco Brown

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