Tomorrow morning, for the 107th time, Easton and P'burg will play on Thanksgiving Day. The rivalry is one of the nation's best and one of the tion's oldest. And the players still love it. It's also a battle of two good football teams again this year. P'burg is still in their sectional playfs, they won on Friday and immediately celebrated by turning their attention to the Rovers and not their sectional title game. Yep, it's like that. Easton's playoff run is or, the Rovers have just this last game to focus on, and just in case the players needed any added motivation, that fact should provide Easton with plenty.
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