Football in Focus Tonight at Shane’s Rib Shack

Football talk again tonight at the Shane’s Rib Shack, located on Westover Terrace and tonight we will welcome in the Hornets from Western Guilford and we hope to have them joined during the program by the Dudley Panthers.

We know that the Hornets are sending in DeEric Baldwin, Joe Turkson and Tyler Stutts. Baldwin the defensive lineman, Turkson the defensive back and Stutts the offensive lineman. From Dudley, we will welcome in Kelsey Okoro and Travores Jenkins. Kesley is a DB and Travores sets up at linebacker…..

Western dropped a tough game last week to Southern Alamance, a game in which Hornet RB Aaron Jones was ejected for over-celebration and he will not be available for the Hornets in their game this Friday with Dudley at Western…..

We will talk with the guys about the upcoming game and look back at the season and then they will get somethng to eat at Shane’s Rib Shack and we will talk to Jim Modlin about the college and pro football games……

Great food at Shane’s with Ribs, BBQ, and chicken plus the Stew, okra, fries, chips, potato salad, greens, baked beans, corn, slaw and more at the Shane’s Rib Shack on Westover Terrace…..

That’s at 6pm tonight LIVE on when you click on the icon for Football in Focus at the top of the home page and you can go back and watch the show later on, when you do the same thing………

Shane’s Rib Shack on Westover Terrace 6pm tonight for Football in Focus……..


  1. Andy,
    According to a ref on Aaron Jones’ suspension should only be 1 game. Fighting is 2 games. Excessive celebration 1 game. Can somebody clarify this?

  2. That’s exactly what one of the area assistant HS coaches was telling me tonight and he had shared this with his staff and they were saying the same thing.

    Coach Causey said this afternoon that they had appealed the ruling this week and appeal denied.

    I don’t understand this one either.

  3. There is also a suspension and an ejection. There is a difference between the two but I don’t know the diiference other than one is a 2 game and one is for 1 game.

  4. Not sure of the exact situation, but the difference is between an “ejection” and a “disqualification.” For example, in basketball a coach/player receives two technical fouls, he/she is “disqualified” even if it’s not something they did wrong–i.e.–half time show running long, error in the score book, uniforms not uniform, etc. A disqualification is only the one game. An ejection occurs at the discretion of the officials which could be a result of concrete infractions–two “legit” tech fouls, etc–or for a single act–fighting, cursing, etc. In a situation like the aforementioned celebration penalty, it all depends on how the referee reported it to his booking agent. Did he report an “ejection” or a “disqualification;” appears if it was two games, he reported an ejection.

  5. There you go. You’re right Disqualified. I knew there was a difference but I did not know the details. Thanks for posting.

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