ECC and SWOC Previews

Today on August  8th, the Cincinnati Enquirer released their rankings of two brand new conferences (ECC,SWOC) that were originally  a part of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference.

The Rankings from 1 to 7 in the ECC: Kings, Turpin, Loveland, Anderson, Walnut Hills, Glen Este and Milford.

The Rankings from 1 to 8 in the SWOC: Mount Healthy, Harrison, Northwest, Ross, Wilmington, Edgewood, Talawanda and Little Miami.

Those rankings were from the Cincinnati Enquirer. Sometimes I think it’s a draw in the hat with what they come up in ranking teams in a conference.

Here is my predictions for the ECC and SWOC.

WARNING: The Rankings I present are not biased and should not affect your game.

The ECC rankings from 1 to 7: Kings, Turpin, Walnut Hills, Loveland, Anderson,Glen Este, Milford

The SWOC rankings from 1 to 8: Harrison, Mount Healthy, Northwest,Wilmington, Ross, Edgewood, Little Miami, Talawanda.

They’re some comparisons and contrasts to my rankings versus The Enquirer’s. The only things that are going to matter in the ECC is that the FAVC Cardinal members are still going to be a presence in the conference and dominate if it stands true. Kings, Turpin, and Walnut Hills have a good chance to play more football in November.

Now for the SWOC, it’s a mixture. Harrison is the only FAVC buckeye in the conference and now they face closer to home teams, Harrison is still dominant versus some teams from the FAVC scarlet. Mount Healthy and Northwest hit 2 and 3 in my picks. As for my Alma Mater (Little Miami), they seem to be overlooked but it will take some time to adjust to a new league. A game that might make a difference for them is against Talawanda, which is a battle to avoid last place.

As a sports fan, I truly hope this is motivation for some players to do better. I have nothing against the players and hope you prove me wrong once Week 10 comes around.

My next blog post will be on Big East football and see if they’re any contrasts with my picks. Thanks for reading.

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