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Lincoln (6-2, 4-1) at Galileo (1-7, 1-4), 2:15 p.m.

Galileo seems to have been revitalized in the past few weeks with the additions of a new quarterback (Javohn Cherry), running back (Antouine Carter) and lineman (Steven Bystrichenko). The Lions beat Marshall 38-0 last week for their first win of the season, holding the Phoenix to just 42 yards from scrimmage. But there is a big difference between rebuilding Marshall and defending champion Lincoln. Everyone knows about the Mustangs’ running game, but the defense is stout as well. Lincoln intercepted five passes in last week’s 41-12 win over Burton, including one Mike Paolucci returned 91 yards for a touchdown.

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