A few items for today…
• We’re only three or so hours away from the latest edition of Varsity Insider Chat. My guest today will be Iona Prep quarterback Tim Perley, who should be an interesting player to interview. He’ll join me for a bit, and then I’ll switch over and discuss whatever it is you want to discuss.
We’d like as many of your questions and comments as possible. The faster they pour in, the faster I’ll get through them. Monday’s show was one of the best we’ve ever had. Let’s keep the momentum going. I know it’s going to be pouring rain outside today, so I expect everyone to be home sending up questions.
As always, the show starts at 7 p.m. tonight. You can find it at LoHud.com/vclive.
• Immediately following the show, check the blog for my newest Top 10 rankings as well as the class-by-class breakdown. Find out who is the new No. 1 in Class A. Who do you think?
• As you may have guessed from last night’s picture, I’ll have a feature on Donald Davis of Nyack in tomorrow’s paper and on the website. As great as Nyack played as a team in last Friday night’s victory over Rye, wait until you read what John Castellano had to say about Davis’ individual performance. Let’s just say he watched the tape afterward and the coach was even more impressed than he was originally.
• We’ll also run the typical high school football notebook tomorrow, and I’ll focus on Somers. I know a lot of fans out there have wanted to read more about Somers, so this is your opportunity. My conversation with Tony DeMatteo should help set up where the Tuskers are coming into tomorrow night’s big game with Poughkeepsie.
• Lastly, I’m calling the fight in the seventh round due to TKO. Somers-Poughkeepsie is the Game of the Week for Week 4 and it wasn’t even close. Right now, the game has received nearly 70 percent of the vote.
10960 asked me a couple days ago if I thought the voting was rigged or hacked. Obviously, I do not. Truthfully, there are more readers of this blog than you think and I just think the Somers and Poughkeepsie fans let their voices be heard.