2013 PIAA District Football Playoff Ratings Week 8

Written by: on Monday, October 21st, 2013. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


(Thanks to the PIAA websites and PAFootballNews)

District 1 Ratings ** Updated on 10/22

District 2 Ratings

District 3 Ratings

District 4 Ratings

District 11 Ratings

District 12 Ratings

Eastern Conference  ** Updated on 10/22

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5 Responses to “2013 PIAA District Football Playoff Ratings Week 8”

  1. football fan says:


    Pennsbury is not better than rustin. Pennsbury may get to the district semifinals but unlikely

  2. O L Coach says:

    What’s complicated? Second grade math.

  3. joe says:

    usual cast of characters: Neshaminy, Pennsbury, and North Penn. Have seen WC Rustin twice good squad not sure of the quality of competition, could get knocked off again by North Penn in first round. Coatesville crushes lower competition not as strong as last year, second round casuality. Upper Dublin(really)Central League??(different quality of football) Have not seen Garnet Valley. North Penn will take care of CB West. Spring-Ford best of the rest. D1 ratings are just numbers the schools with good feeder programs and long tradition always remain on top.

  4. joe says:

    Pennsbury will win the district 1 title only if coach Snyder realizes he is in the 21st century and the forward pass is legal. Against Abington he through a pass on a 3rd and 9 when he almost had the game put away and amazingly they scored a touchdown. Yes Galen there is a forward pass and the only way to win a state title is to use it. Your QB has the skill set, if you let him use it. You would be undefeated right now if after he threw the interception against Easton(first play of the game) you didn’t continue to run the ball well into the second half because you revert back to Woody Hayes every time you feel pressure. Let the kids use their talents, you will still get all of the credit.

  5. Buddy says:

    Is D1 ratings that complicated?

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