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Carolina Gridiron FAIR Rankings

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Will Homecoming Bring the First Win of the Season for Charlotte?

Charlotte (0-7; 0-3) hosts UAB (3-2; 1-1) in the 49ers Annual Homecoming Game. Charlotte has dropped three straight league games and is looking for its first win if the 2017 campaign. With injuries mounting, the 49ers saw four players make their first start and a total of eight lineup changes in last week’s 45-14 loss at two-time C-USA defending champ WKU. In addition, all-time leading tackler Karrington King left the game in the second quarter with a knee injury. UAB meanwhile returned from a bye week to win back-to-back home games against Louisiana Tech (W, 23-2) and Middle Tennessee (W, 25-23).

This is the 49ers first meeting with UAB and the last game before the bye week.

Charlotte R-Fr. RB Aaron McAllister rushed for a career-high 157 yards at WKU, the third different 49er (Benny LeMay; Hasaan Klugh) to post a 100-yard rushing game this year. LeMay and Klugh both missed the WKU game. At WKU, McAllister (89-yd TD run) and backup QB Brooks Barden (77-yd run) had the two longest runs in school history.

Jerry Richardson Stadium

QB Hasaan Klugh has accounted for 10 of the 49ers 12 TDs with 5 passing TDs and 5 rushing TDs. Charlotte rushed for the program’s FBS record of 349 yards in a one-point, 30-29 loss at FIU. Soph. RB Benny LeMay has had two games of over 150+ rushing yards, including a career-high of 178 at FIU. He ranks 6th in C-USA with an 81.3 rushing avg.

The 49ers defense suffered a blow with the loss of all-time leading tackler Karrington King (62 tackles; 8.9/gm) at WKU. He became the first 49er to record 50+ tackles in four straight seasons. Soph. DB Ben DeLuca is second on the team with 58 tackles after back-to-back double-digit tackle games (49ers’ FBS record 17 vs. Marshall; 10 at WKU). He became the 12th 49er to reach 100 career tackles (126). DE Zach Duncan leads the team with 5.0 TFL, 3.0 sacks and 4 QBh.

What the Coaches are Saying

Charlotte coach Brad Lambert
“We’re looking forward to coming back home and playing UAB. They’re a pretty old team and are hot right now. They have beaten two really good opponents on the last play of the game in Middle Tennessee and Louisiana Tech. They present a lot of problems and Coach Clark has done a good job of building the program… They’re a really old football team. Just because they dropped football and starting back, you can’t be deceived. They have a lot of old guys and are a very mature football team. It all starts with their QB. He’s an older guy, playing extremely well and has got great balance. They have the ability to throw and run the ball at a high level. UAB also has a freshman tailback who I really like… It’s a tough challenge this week and it’s good to back home but we have a tough task at hand. We’re going to need to have a great week of preparation to get ready for this UAB football team that is very confident right now."

UAB coach Bill Clark
"As we start to look at the next game it’s time to get a road win. I would say that I think Charlotte has been really close and has started to make some changes a few weeks ago offensively that has really made a big change for them. They should have beaten FIU and played Marshall right to the wire and last week the quarterback was out and the leading rusher was out and they also had some defensive guys out. To me that game is not indicative of who they are and they’ve got us for their homecoming and we’ve got to go on the road and play well and do our jobs. We should not be anything other than humble and guys wanting to work and I think we’ve got some guys that are really starting to believe in what we’re doing and we need a great week of practice."


Game Information

UAB (4-2; C-USA: 2-1) at Charlotte (0-7; C-USA: 0-3)
Kickoff: 6:30 pm
Jerry Richardson Stadium, Charlotte, N.C.
TV: beIN Sports
Series Record: First meeting

To Win in Atlanta, Wake Forest Will Have to Rely on Senior QB John Wolford

Wake Forest hits the road following its bye week to take on Georgia Tech on Saturday, looking to bounce back from a 28-14 loss to defending national champion Clemson on October 7th. For the Demon Deacons to do well, they're going to have to rely on senior John Wolford to lead the Wake Forest offense. Through the first six games, Wolford has thrown eight touchdown passes with just one interception. The victory at Appalachian State on Sept. 23 was Wolford’s 16th as Wake Forest’s starting quarterback, tying him for third place among Deacon quarterbacks.
Wake Forest QB John Wolford

The senior continues his climb up the Wake Forest record book in career passing and total offense numbers and is just the sixth Deacon quarterback to ever attempt over 1,000 passes, with 1,016 to his credit. Additionally, he is four completions away from becoming the sixth to complete 600 or more passes in a career.

The Deacs’ defense forced a pair of turnovers against Clemson and are now +6 in turnover margin this season, tied for second-best in the ACC and tied for 20th nationally. The defense also averages 9.2 tackles for loss per game, tops nationally.

Redshirt freshman Greg Dortch continued his stellar freshman campaign last time out against Clemson. After hauling in five passes for 78 yards and accounting for 80 return yards against the Tigers, Dortch is second in the ACC and 19th nationally averaging 136 all-purpose yards per game.

Georgia Tech fell to 3-2 overall and 2-1 in the ACC with a 25-24 defeat to Miami in the closing seconds last Saturday. The Yellow Jackets are receiving votes in both national polls. Paul Johnson is in his 10th season at the helm of the Yellow Jackets, leading the team to a 73-50 record during his time at Georgia Tech. Georgia Tech leads the all-time series, 22-8, but the teams have not met since 2010. In 2006, the Deacs defeated the Yellow Jackets to claim the ACC Championship.


What the Coaches are Saying

Wake Forest coach Dave Clawson
“We are headed to Atlanta to play a very good Georgia Tech team, who is really two plays away from being undefeated and ranked in the top 10. They are one-play away in the Tennessee game, the two-point conversion, and if Miami doesn’t convert a 4th-and-10, they are 5-0 and people are mentioning them for being a candidate for the playoff. On offense, they are very talented, extremely well coached and know exactly what they are doing. Their quarterback, Marshall, runs this option excellent. His ability to read the dive, the pitch and throw the football. He makes plays and makes people miss. At times a play can be well defended and he can turn it into something really productive. Their B back is a load, makes people miss and runs over people. Their A backs are fast and good perimeter blocker. This is a very physical offensive line. Sometimes this is an offense that you can run with undersized guys, but their offensive linemen would be good in any scheme. They have guys on the perimeter who can make plays in the passing game as well. They are extremely efficient in throwing it, leading the league in passing efficiency, in addition to rolling up around 400 yards a game on the ground. Defensively, they are second in the ACC and are giving up a little over 300 yards per game. That is their style of play. They don’t give up a lot of big plays. They keep things in front of them. What makes them so effective is that they are really, really good on third down. They are the best defense in the ACC on third down. What happens is they have an offense that keeps the ball and they combine it with a defense that gets off the field on third down. So they win the time of possession. This is a game that when you have the ball on offense, you have to make plays and you have to score because you aren’t going to get a lot of possessions. They have pass rushers and it is an older defense. Their top 12 defensive players, seven are seniors and five are juniors. This is an older, experienced defense that knows what they are doing. It will be a great challenge for us, but we are excited to be playing again.”

Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson
“I think they’ve (Wake Forest) got a lot of guys that have played a lot of football on offense. The quarterback has started for three years or four and they’ve got some offensive linemen that have played together for a while. They’ve got a dynamic receiver in [Greg] Dortch who is really a playmaker, a really good tight end and they’re doing much better offensively than they have in the past. So it will be a challenge, certainly… I think they lead the nation in tackles for loss, they’re in the top 20 in scoring defense and they've been really good on defense from the last couple of years. Again, it’s a big challenge. I think #53 the defensive end [Duke] Ejiofor, who gets a lot of pub and he’s a really good player but the guy that’s caught our eye is the other defensive end, Wendell Dunn, he makes a lot of plays. He’s a good player. The two inside guys are strong, play with good leverage. And they’re well coached. The linebacker Jaboree Williams has played for a long time; he’s a senior this year. They’ve got a lot of guys that have played a lot of football.”



Duke Looking for Second ACC Win Against Pitt

Duke heads into Saturday’s game against Pittsburgh looking to improve to 5-3. A win would give the Blue Devils a 5-3 record or better through eight games for the fifth time in the last six seasons. It would be the fifth time in 10 campaigns under head coach David Cutcliffe that the Blue Devils reached five wins. In the 13 seasons prior to Cutcliffe taking over the program, the Blue Devils never won five or more games in a year. The program already has its longest streak of consecutive four or more win campaigns (six) since a seven-year stretch from 1985 to 1991.

The Blue Devils and Panthers will meet for the 22nd time Saturday with Pittsburgh holding a 12-9 advantage in the all-time series. The teams have met 11 times in the Bull City, with Pittsburgh owning a 7-4 lead. The Panthers have won the last four trips to Durham with Duke last capturing a home win against Pittsburgh with a 21-13 triumph October 9, 1965. Since Pittsburgh joined the ACC for the 2013 campaign, the Panthers have won three of the four meetings.

Duke's Wallace Wade Stadium


Duke and Pittsburgh met in the first game played in Duke Stadium (now Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium) on October 5, 1929, with the Panthers winning, 52-7. On November 27, 1937, Pittsburgh became the first No. 1 ranked opponent to visit Durham, topping the No. 18 Blue Devils, 10-0. On November 26, 1938, No. 3 Duke downed No. 4 Pittsburgh, 7-0, in Durham to conclude an unbeaten, untied and unscored upon regular season. In 1939, Pitt handed the Blue Devils their lone loss of the year with a 14-13 decision on October 14 in Pittsburgh. Duke went 9-1, won the Southern Conference crown and was ranked eighth in the final Associated Press national poll. On September 29, 1951, Duke and Pittsburgh played in the first nationally televised football game on NBC with the Blue Devils capturing a 19-14 win.

Duke defeated Northwestern and Baylor in September to record two Power 5 non-conference wins for the first time since topping Northwestern and Tennessee in 1988. The Blue Devils have defeated programs from the Big Ten, Big 12 and ACC so far this year.


What the Coaches are Saying

Duke coach David Cutcliffe
"This is a game you better strap your chin strap up tight and go play football. I guess we’ll find out Saturday because we don’t have a choice. When you play Pitt, you know what’s coming. Your defensive front and offensive front are going to be challenged. It’s good for us… “I’ll say this about Pitt in the two years [head coach] Pat Narduzzi has been there – they play all three phases about as well as anyone. They’re very well coached. They can beat you in the kicking game. They can beat you on offense. They play outstanding team defense. They are always a challenge. They will challenge all three phases of Duke football."

Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi
"We're still young in some spots, but we move on to a very good Duke football team that won the first four, lost the last few to Florida State, Miami, Virginia, I believe, and they're well-coached by Coach Cutcliffe. Defensively they're a good football team. I think 16th in the country in rush defense, 19th in total defense. They're really good there, and they're very solid. Obviously Coach Roper and Coach Cutcliffe together I think run that offense, and Coach Cutcliffe being an offensive guru, we face some of the best coaches I think in the country in the ACC. It's impressive."

Game Information

Pitt (2-5, 0-3 ACC) at Duke (4-3, 1-3 ACC)
Kickoff: 12:20 p.m.
TV: ACC Network

Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium (Durham, N.C.)

Week 10 FAIR Rankings Released



The FAIR rankings are based on the following criteria.

Fresh start - All teams in a particular class start the season with identical ratings, or none at all.
All games weighted equally - There is no distinction made between conference and non-conference games, and a week one endowment game counts just as much as a week twelve contest.
Ignore non-NCHSAA games - Because the quality of opponents outside the NCHSAA can vary widely and can be difficult to judge, only NCHSAA games will be counted. Any contests against NCISAA or out-of-state opponents will be treated the same as an open date.
Reproducible - The formulas used should be transparent and simple enough that coaches and members of the media can verify the calculations for a particular team.


Carolina Gridiron FAIR Rankings
Class 4A FAIR Rankings
#1 Wake Forest (8-0) 78.0/8 + 340.00/65 = 14.981
#2 Mallard Creek (8-0) 80.0/8 + 297.00/62 = 14.790
#3 Cardinal Gibbons (8-0) 77.0/8 + 281.00/66 = 13.883
#4 West Forsyth (8-0) 76.0/8 + 283.00/67 = 13.724
#5 Hoggard (7-0) 67.0/7 + 217.00/53 = 13.666
#6 Heritage (8-0) 80.0/8 + 225.00/64 = 13.516
#7 Butler (6-1) 60.0/7 + 258.00/54 = 13.349
#8 Scotland (6-1) 59.0/7 + 262.00/56 = 13.107
#9 Page (7-1) 67.0/8 + 298.00/66 = 12.890
#10 Harding (7-1) 70.0/8 + 257.00/66 = 12.644
#11 Glenn (8-0) 72.0/8 + 235.00/65 = 12.615
#12 Myers Park (6-1) 60.0/7 + 184.00/55 = 11.917
#13 South View (7-1) 67.0/8 + 219.50/66 = 11.701
#14 Hickory Ridge (7-1) 66.0/8 + 195.00/62 = 11.395
#15 Green Hope (6-2) 60.0/8 + 253.00/65 = 11.392
#16 North Mecklenburg (7-1) 69.0/8 + 171.50/63 = 11.347
#17 Providence (5-3) 50.0/8 + 321.00/64 = 11.266
#18 Sanderson (5-3) 50.0/8 + 315.00/66 = 11.023
#19 Middle Creek (6-2) 59.0/8 + 231.00/64 = 10.984
#20 Hough (6-2) 59.0/8 + 214.00/65 = 10.667
#21 Fuquay-Varina (6-2) 58.0/8 + 218.50/64 = 10.664
#22 Seventy-First (6-2) 57.0/8 + 223.50/64 = 10.617
#23 South Central (7-1) 59.0/8 + 195.50/65 = 10.383
#24 Richmond (5-3) 50.0/8 + 233.00/63 = 9.948
#25 Vance (6-2) 59.0/8 + 164.00/64 = 9.938
#26 West Mecklenburg (6-3) 60.0/9 + 226.50/70 = 9.902
#27 Reynolds, RJ (6-2) 52.0/8 + 195.50/63 = 9.603
#28 Jack Britt (5-3) 48.0/8 + 221.00/62 = 9.565
#29 Porter Ridge (5-3) 48.0/8 + 203.50/61 = 9.336
#30 Pinecrest (5-3) 48.0/8 + 190.50/62 = 9.073
#31 Davie (4-4) 38.0/8 + 272.00/64 = 9.000
#32 Ragdale (5-3) 43.0/8 + 235.00/66 = 8.936
#33 Leesville Road (5-4) 50.0/9 + 232.50/73 = 8.740
#34 Garner (4-4) 40.0/8 + 238.00/65 = 8.662
#35 Jordan (4-4) 38.0/8 + 246.00/65 = 8.535
#36 Laney (4-4) 36.0/8 + 237.50/62 = 8.331
#37 East Mecklenburg (5-3) 49.0/8 + 131.50/62 = 8.246
#38 Millbrook (4-5) 40.0/9 + 278.00/74 = 8.201
#39 Athens Drive (4-4) 39.0/8 + 212.00/65 = 8.137
#40 East Forsyth (4-4) 37.0/8 + 230.00/66 = 8.110
#41 Knightdale (4-4) 39.0/8 + 208.50/65 = 8.083
#42 Overhills (5-3) 45.0/8 + 152.50/67 = 7.901
#43 High Point Central (5-4) 44.0/9 + 221.00/75 = 7.836
#44 Mooresville (3-5) 28.0/8 + 251.50/64 = 7.430
#45 Enloe (4-5) 39.0/9 + 220.00/73 = 7.347
#46 Pine Forest (4-4) 36.0/8 + 172.00/66 = 7.106
#47 Southeast Raleigh (4-4) 37.0/8 + 148.00/66 = 6.867
#48 Purnell Sweet (3-5) 29.0/8 + 198.00/63 = 6.768
#49 Reagan (3-5) 27.0/8 + 223.00/66 = 6.754
#50 Riverside (4-4) 36.0/8 + 137.50/63 = 6.683
#51 New Bern (4-5) 36.0/9 + 181.50/72 = 6.521
#52 Olympic (3-4) 30.0/7 + 121.50/55 = 6.495
#53 Northwest Guilford (3-6) 27.0/9 + 256.00/75 = 6.413
#54 Apex (3-5) 30.0/8 + 164.00/65 = 6.273
#55 Rolesville (3-5) 29.0/8 + 157.50/63 = 6.125
#56 South Mecklenburg (2-5) 20.0/7 + 169.50/53 = 6.055
#57 Cary (3-5) 30.0/8 + 142.00/64 = 5.969
#58 Corinth Holders (2-5) 18.0/7 + 187.50/56 = 5.920
#59 Holly Springs (2-6) 20.0/8 + 205.50/63 = 5.762
#60 Grimsley (3-6) 28.0/9 + 200.50/76 = 5.749
#61 Ashley (3-5) 26.0/8 + 140.50/61 = 5.553
#62 West Charlotte (2-6) 20.0/8 + 196.50/65 = 5.523
#63 Apex Friendship (3-5) 28.0/8 + 127.50/65 = 5.462
#64 Lake Norman (2-6) 19.0/8 + 195.00/64 = 5.422
#65 Lumberton (2-5) 19.0/7 + 139.00/54 = 5.288
#66 Broughton (2-6) 20.0/8 + 180.00/66 = 5.227
#67 Ardrey Kell (1-8) 10.0/9 + 263.00/69 = 4.923
#68 Independence (1-6) 10.0/7 + 156.50/55 = 4.274
#69 South Caldwell (1-6) 10.0/7 + 154.50/56 = 4.188
#70 Garinger (1-7) 8.0/8 + 186.50/64 = 3.914
#71 Berry (1-7) 10.0/8 + 148.50/62 = 3.645
#72 Rocky River (0-8) 0.0/8 + 214.00/62 = 3.452
#73 Hopewell (0-8) 0.0/8 + 199.50/62 = 3.218
#74 McDowell (1-7) 6.0/8 + 144.50/60 = 3.158
#75 Hoke (0-8) 0.0/8 + 188.00/62 = 3.032
#76 Wakefield (0-8) 0.0/8 + 200.00/66 = 3.030
#77 Panther Creek (0-8) 0.0/8 + 166.50/65 = 2.562
Class 3A FAIR Rankings
#1 New Hanover (8-0) 74.0/8 + 283.00/63 = 13.742
#2 Charlotte Catholic (6-0) 56.0/6 + 183.00/48 = 13.146
#3 Clayton (8-0) 76.0/8 + 223.00/63 = 13.040
#4 Marvin Ridge (8-0) 74.0/8 + 238.00/63 = 13.028
#5 Alexander Central (8-0) 71.0/8 + 214.00/63 = 12.272
#6 Southern Nash (7-1) 62.0/8 + 282.00/64 = 12.156
#7 Terry Sanford (7-1) 66.0/8 + 251.00/66 = 12.053
#8 Dudley (7-1) 64.0/8 + 254.50/66 = 11.856
#9 Orange (6-1) 56.0/7 + 201.50/54 = 11.731
#10 Kings Mountain (7-1) 64.0/8 + 219.50/59 = 11.720
#11 Brown, AL (7-1) 66.0/8 + 214.00/64 = 11.594
#12 Jacksonville (7-1) 60.0/8 + 260.50/65 = 11.508
#13 Havelock (7-1) 63.0/8 + 222.00/63 = 11.399
#14 Western Alamance (8-0) 70.0/8 + 154.00/59 = 11.360
#15 Lee County (8-0) 74.0/8 + 131.00/63 = 11.329
#16 Cape Fear (7-2) 64.0/9 + 291.50/72 = 11.160
#17 Weddington (6-2) 57.0/8 + 243.50/62 = 11.052
#18 Eastern Alamance (7-1) 61.0/8 + 205.00/62 = 10.931
#19 Southwest Guilford (6-2) 55.0/8 + 273.50/68 = 10.897
#20 Reynolds, AC (7-1) 62.0/8 + 184.50/62 = 10.726
#21 Conley, DH (7-1) 62.0/8 + 190.00/64 = 10.719
#22 EE Smith (7-2) 65.0/9 + 242.50/73 = 10.544
#23 Robinson, JM (6-2) 51.0/8 + 251.00/61 = 10.490
#24 Eastern Guilford (7-2) 64.0/9 + 249.50/76 = 10.394
#25 Mount Tabor (6-2) 55.0/8 + 232.00/66 = 10.390
#26 Sun Valley (6-2) 54.0/8 + 201.50/57 = 10.285
#27 South Iredell (6-2) 55.0/8 + 206.00/63 = 10.145
#28 Crest (5-3) 45.0/8 + 249.50/58 = 9.927
#29 Freedom (6-2) 52.0/8 + 219.00/64 = 9.922
#30 Hunter Huss (5-2) 44.0/7 + 203.00/57 = 9.847
#31 Southeast Guilford (6-2) 55.0/8 + 203.00/69 = 9.817
#32 Fike (5-3) 44.0/8 + 270.00/64 = 9.719
#33 Northern Durham (6-2) 56.0/8 + 168.00/62 = 9.710
#34 Northern Guilford (5-3) 46.0/8 + 237.00/63 = 9.512
#35 Watauga (6-2) 50.0/8 + 188.00/62 = 9.282
#36 Cleveland (5-3) 48.0/8 + 201.50/63 = 9.198
#37 Northeast Guilford (5-3) 46.0/8 + 209.00/65 = 8.965
#38 West Carteret (5-3) 40.0/8 + 252.50/64 = 8.945
#39 Northwood (6-1) 53.0/7 + 78.00/58 = 8.916
#40 Asheville (5-3) 45.0/8 + 200.00/62 = 8.851
#41 Rockingham County (5-3) 43.0/8 + 217.00/63 = 8.819
#42 Stateville (6-2) 52.0/8 + 138.50/61 = 8.770
#43 Triton (5-3) 46.0/8 + 195.50/65 = 8.758
#44 West Henderson (6-2) 52.0/8 + 144.00/64 = 8.750
#45 South Johnston (5-3) 45.0/8 + 173.00/61 = 8.461
#46 Northside-Jax (5-3) 39.0/8 + 217.00/61 = 8.432
#47 Northwest Cabarrus (5-3) 41.0/8 + 196.50/64 = 8.195
#48 West Caldwell (5-3) 43.0/8 + 169.50/62 = 8.109
#49 Cuthbertson (4-3) 35.0/7 + 159.00/53 = 8.000
#50 Stuart Cramer (5-3) 40.0/8 + 175.50/60 = 7.925
#51 Hickory (4-4) 36.0/8 + 215.50/63 = 7.921
#52 Tuscola (5-3) 41.0/8 + 162.50/65 = 7.625
#53 Parkland (6-3) 49.0/9 + 129.50/73 = 7.218
#54 Erwin (3-4) 27.0/7 + 175.50/53 = 7.168
#55 Ashbrook (3-4) 26.0/7 + 183.00/53 = 7.167
#56 West Rowan (4-4) 32.0/8 + 202.50/64 = 7.164
#57 Forestview (3-3) 26.0/6 + 129.50/46 = 7.149
#58 Hillside (3-4) 28.0/7 + 168.50/55 = 7.064
#59 Swansboro (5-3) 34.0/8 + 167.50/61 = 6.996
#60 Topsail (4-4) 31.0/8 + 193.00/62 = 6.988
#61 Rocky Mount (3-4) 26.0/7 + 178.50/56 = 6.902
#62 Concord (3-5) 28.0/8 + 215.00/64 = 6.859
#63 Union Pines (4-4) 31.0/8 + 190.50/64 = 6.852
#64 Eastern Wayne (4-4) 35.0/8 + 160.50/68 = 6.735
#65 Southwestern Randolph (4-5) 33.0/9 + 209.50/72 = 6.576
#66 Southern Alamance (4-4) 34.0/8 + 142.50/65 = 6.442
#67 Ben Smith (3-6) 26.0/9 + 259.50/75 = 6.349
#68 West Brunswick (2-4) 19.0/6 + 142.00/45 = 6.322
#69 Cox Mill (3-5) 26.0/8 + 187.00/62 = 6.266
#70 Central Cabarrus (3-5) 27.0/8 + 179.00/63 = 6.216
#71 Monroe (3-5) 26.0/8 + 164.00/58 = 6.078
#72 St. Stephens (3-5) 27.0/8 + 173.00/65 = 6.037
#73 Southern Guilford (3-5) 27.0/8 + 179.00/68 = 6.007
#74 South Brunswick (3-5) 27.0/8 + 163.00/63 = 5.962
#75 Williams (3-5) 25.0/8 + 182.50/65 = 5.933
#76 Rose, JH (3-5) 27.0/8 + 152.50/65 = 5.721
#77 Westover (2-6) 20.0/8 + 196.50/65 = 5.523
#78 Carson (3-5) 26.0/8 + 142.50/63 = 5.512
#79 Person (2-5) 17.0/7 + 167.50/55 = 5.474
#80 Franklinton (3-5) 22.0/8 + 164.00/62 = 5.395
#81 Southern Lee (3-5) 27.0/8 + 121.50/64 = 5.273
#82 North Gaston (2-6) 16.0/8 + 174.00/59 = 4.949
#83 Parkwood (2-5) 16.0/7 + 140.00/54 = 4.878
#84 Roberson, TC (2-6) 18.0/8 + 167.50/65 = 4.827
#85 White Oak (2-6) 17.0/8 + 171.50/64 = 4.805
#86 Piedmont (2-6) 16.0/8 + 165.50/60 = 4.758
#87 Hunt (2-6) 17.0/8 + 164.00/64 = 4.688
#88 McMichael (1-5) 9.0/6 + 146.50/47 = 4.617
#89 North Henderson (2-6) 14.0/8 + 182.00/64 = 4.594
#90 Southern Durham (1-7) 10.0/8 + 194.50/61 = 4.439
#91 West Johnston (2-6) 18.0/8 + 133.50/63 = 4.369
#92 Northern Nash (1-7) 9.0/8 + 201.00/62 = 4.367
#93 Burns (1-7) 8.0/8 + 184.50/57 = 4.237
#94 Enka (2-7) 17.0/9 + 148.50/67 = 4.105
#95 East Rowan (2-6) 16.0/8 + 129.50/64 = 4.023
#96 East Wake (1-7) 8.0/8 + 184.50/63 = 3.929
#97 Harnett Central (1-7) 9.0/8 + 173.00/64 = 3.828
#98 North Brunswick (1-6) 9.0/7 + 137.00/54 = 3.823
#99 Morehead (1-6) 9.0/7 + 135.00/54 = 3.786
#100 Asheboro (1-8) 8.0/9 + 211.00/73 = 3.779
#101 North Forsyth (1-7) 9.0/8 + 175.50/67 = 3.744
#102 Cedar Ridge (1-7) 8.0/8 + 168.00/63 = 3.667
#103 Chapel Hill (1-7) 9.0/8 + 136.00/61 = 3.355
#104 Aycock, CB (1-8) 6.0/9 + 179.50/73 = 3.126
#105 Byrd (0-9) 0.0/9 + 224.00/73 = 3.068
#106 Gray's Creek (0-8) 0.0/8 + 199.50/66 = 3.023
#107 North Buncombe (1-8) 9.0/9 + 131.00/69 = 2.899
#108 Western Harnett (0-8) 0.0/8 + 174.50/63 = 2.770
#109 Smithfield-Selma (1-7) 6.0/8 + 110.00/62 = 2.524
#110 North Iredell (0-8) 0.0/8 + 153.00/63 = 2.429
#111 Western Guilford (0-9) 0.0/9 + 165.00/74 = 2.230
#112 Southern Wayne (0-8) 0.0/8 + 138.00/64 = 2.156
Class 2A FAIR Rankings
#1 Shelby (7-0) 61.0/7 + 251.00/56 = 13.196
#2 East Duplin (9-0) 75.0/9 + 336.00/72 = 13.000
#3 South Point (7-0) 60.0/7 + 207.00/51 = 12.630
#4 Hibriten (8-0) 68.0/8 + 236.00/65 = 12.131
#5 Reidsville (8-0) 71.0/8 + 182.00/61 = 11.859
#6 Franklin (6-0) 45.0/6 + 186.00/43 = 11.826
#7 South Granville (7-0) 56.0/7 + 196.00/57 = 11.439
#8 Wallace-Rose Hill (6-1) 50.0/7 + 233.50/57 = 11.239
#9 Northeastern (6-0) 46.0/6 + 164.00/46 = 11.232
#10 North Davidson (7-1) 59.0/8 + 212.50/63 = 10.748
#11 Mountain Heritage (7-0) 51.0/7 + 157.00/46 = 10.699
#12 Maiden (8-0) 65.0/8 + 149.00/63 = 10.490
#13 Randleman (7-1) 59.0/8 + 197.00/67 = 10.315
#14 SouthWest Edgecombe (7-1) 57.0/8 + 203.50/64 = 10.305
#15 East Bladen (7-1) 55.0/8 + 208.50/61 = 10.293
#16 South Columbus (7-0) 53.0/7 + 141.00/55 = 10.135
#17 Ledford (7-1) 56.0/8 + 190.00/61 = 10.115
#18 Wheatmore (7-1) 58.0/8 + 175.50/66 = 9.909
#19 Newton-Conover (7-1) 57.0/8 + 167.00/64 = 9.734
#20 Whiteville (7-1) 54.0/8 + 162.50/58 = 9.552
#21 Kinston (7-1) 56.0/8 + 151.00/66 = 9.288
#22 Patton (7-2) 58.0/9 + 191.00/70 = 9.173
#23 Mount Pleasant (6-2) 52.0/8 + 157.50/62 = 9.040
#24 East Montgomery (7-1) 51.0/8 + 156.00/60 = 8.975
#25 Hendersonville (5-2) 43.0/7 + 145.00/52 = 8.931
#26 Nash Central (6-2) 49.0/8 + 174.50/63 = 8.895
#27 Pisgah (5-2) 40.0/7 + 167.00/53 = 8.865
#28 Ayden-Grifton (6-2) 46.0/8 + 213.50/69 = 8.844
#29 Wilkes Central (6-2) 47.0/8 + 168.50/64 = 8.508
#30 North Surry (8-1) 59.0/9 + 141.50/73 = 8.494
#31 Bunn (6-2) 46.0/8 + 177.00/66 = 8.432
#32 Richlands (6-2) 45.0/8 + 156.50/65 = 8.033
#33 Salisbury (5-2) 41.0/7 + 116.50/54 = 8.015
#34 Foard (5-3) 41.0/8 + 177.50/65 = 7.856
#35 Clinton (4-3) 33.0/7 + 175.00/57 = 7.784
#36 Red Springs (5-3) 37.0/8 + 191.00/61 = 7.756
#37 West Stokes (6-2) 45.0/8 + 134.50/64 = 7.727
#38 Brevard (6-2) 46.0/8 + 119.00/61 = 7.701
#39 Roanoke Rapids (7-2) 46.0/9 + 176.00/69 = 7.662
#40 West Craven (4-4) 34.0/8 + 219.00/67 = 7.519
#41 Southwest Onslow (5-3) 37.0/8 + 171.50/64 = 7.305
#42 Farmville Central (4-4) 30.0/8 + 227.50/64 = 7.305
#43 North Wilkes (6-2) 40.0/8 + 139.50/61 = 7.287
#44 Trask (6-2) 39.0/8 + 142.00/62 = 7.165
#45 Greene Central (5-4) 42.0/9 + 181.50/74 = 7.119
#46 East Lincoln (5-3) 40.0/8 + 118.00/58 = 7.034
#47 East Davidson (6-3) 48.0/9 + 117.50/70 = 7.012
#48 East Rutherford (4-3) 29.0/7 + 157.00/55 = 6.997
#49 Beddingfield (5-3) 41.0/8 + 106.00/64 = 6.781
#50 Bertie (4-4) 30.0/8 + 173.00/63 = 6.496
#51 Southern Vance (5-4) 36.0/9 + 177.00/72 = 6.458
#52 West Wilkes (5-3) 34.0/8 + 131.50/61 = 6.406
#53 West Bladen (5-3) 35.0/8 + 116.00/62 = 6.246
#54 Warren County (6-3) 40.0/9 + 119.00/68 = 6.194
#55 First Flight (3-3) 20.0/6 + 131.00/46 = 6.181
#56 Lexington (3-4) 24.0/7 + 150.50/56 = 6.116
#57 East Henderson (4-4) 30.0/8 + 142.00/62 = 6.040
#58 Goldsboro (4-4) 32.0/8 + 119.00/64 = 5.859
#59 West Iredell (3-4) 25.0/7 + 126.00/58 = 5.744
#60 Hertford (3-5) 23.0/8 + 164.50/59 = 5.663
#61 Lincolnton (3-5) 24.0/8 + 162.50/62 = 5.621
#62 Saint Pauls (4-4) 26.0/8 + 137.00/61 = 5.496
#63 North Johnston (4-4) 30.0/8 + 108.00/62 = 5.492
#64 North Lenoir (3-5) 23.0/8 + 164.00/67 = 5.323
#65 Currituck (3-4) 20.0/7 + 126.50/53 = 5.244
#66 Fairmont (3-5) 23.0/8 + 142.00/64 = 5.094
#67 R-S Central (2-6) 20.0/8 + 146.50/57 = 5.070
#68 Smoky Mountain (3-5) 23.0/8 + 122.50/57 = 5.024
#69 Washington (3-6) 22.0/9 + 187.00/75 = 4.938
#70 West Lincoln (3-5) 22.0/8 + 135.50/64 = 4.867
#71 Anson (1-5) 8.0/6 + 168.50/48 = 4.844
#72 Lake Norman Charter (3-4) 18.0/7 + 109.00/49 = 4.796
#73 Forest Hills (2-5) 17.0/7 + 128.50/55 = 4.765
#74 Forbush (3-5) 25.0/8 + 107.00/66 = 4.746
#75 High Point Andrews (2-6) 16.0/8 + 183.00/67 = 4.731
#76 West Stanly (3-5) 20.0/8 + 140.00/63 = 4.722
#77 East Gaston (2-5) 17.0/7 + 125.00/55 = 4.701
#78 Bandys (2-6) 17.0/8 + 166.50/65 = 4.687
#79 Madison (3-5) 21.0/8 + 124.00/61 = 4.658
#80 Midway (3-6) 20.0/9 + 167.50/69 = 4.650
#81 James Kenan (2-5) 17.0/7 + 119.50/54 = 4.642
#82 Trinity (3-4) 20.0/7 + 97.00/57 = 4.559
#83 Eastern Randolph (3-5) 22.0/8 + 118.50/67 = 4.519
#84 Providence Grove (2-6) 17.0/8 + 145.50/65 = 4.363
#85 Atkins (3-6) 22.0/9 + 133.50/71 = 4.325
#86 Cummings (1-7) 9.0/8 + 197.50/65 = 4.163
#87 Ashe County (2-6) 12.0/8 + 164.00/62 = 4.145
#88 North Lincoln (1-6) 8.0/7 + 164.50/55 = 4.134
#89 Spring Creek (3-5) 20.0/8 + 102.00/64 = 4.094
#90 Croatan (2-6) 14.0/8 + 151.00/65 = 4.073
#91 South Rowan (2-6) 16.0/8 + 132.50/64 = 4.070
#92 Pasquotank (3-5) 18.0/8 + 105.50/60 = 4.008
#93 Draughn (2-7) 14.0/9 + 167.50/72 = 3.882
#94 Graham (1-6) 8.0/7 + 147.50/55 = 3.825
#95 Carver (1-8) 8.0/9 + 213.50/74 = 3.774
#96 East Burke (1-7) 8.0/8 + 176.00/65 = 3.708
#97 Carrboro (2-5) 17.0/7 + 69.50/58 = 3.627
#98 Surry Central (1-7) 8.0/8 + 169.00/66 = 3.561
#99 North Pitt (1-7) 6.0/8 + 180.00/65 = 3.519
#100 West Davidson (1-6) 6.0/7 + 145.00/55 = 3.494
#101 Bartlett Yancey (2-7) 14.0/9 + 120.00/67 = 3.347
#102 Webb (1-7) 8.0/8 + 150.50/66 = 3.280
#103 Bunker Hill (1-8) 8.0/9 + 169.50/73 = 3.211
#104 Thomasville (1-7) 8.0/8 + 141.00/64 = 3.203
#105 Northern Vance (1-7) 6.0/8 + 149.50/64 = 3.086
#106 Dixon (1-7) 9.0/8 + 124.00/64 = 3.063
#107 Owen (0-7) 0.0/7 + 151.00/52 = 2.904
#108 Walkertown (0-8) 0.0/8 + 183.50/66 = 2.780
#109 South Lenoir (1-8) 6.0/9 + 151.50/72 = 2.771
#110 Jordan Matthews (1-8) 6.0/9 + 130.50/68 = 2.586
#111 Chase (0-8) 0.0/8 + 139.00/60 = 2.317
#112 Central Davidson (0-8) 0.0/8 + 131.50/65 = 2.023
#113 Central Academy (0-8) 0.0/8 + 103.50/60 = 1.725
Class 1A FAIR Rankings
#1 East Wilkes (8-0) 58.0/8 + 187.00/63 = 10.218
#2 Mount Airy (8-0) 57.0/8 + 185.00/62 = 10.109
#3 Mitchell (4-1) 35.0/5 + 99.50/38 = 9.618
#4 Tarboro (9-0) 61.0/9 + 212.00/75 = 9.604
#5 Holmes (6-1) 44.0/7 + 135.00/51 = 8.933
#6 North Rowan (7-1) 49.0/8 + 165.00/61 = 8.830
#7 Cherokee (5-0) 35.0/5 + 64.00/38 = 8.684
#8 Bessemer City (8-0) 54.0/8 + 93.00/52 = 8.538
#9 Murphy (4-1) 26.0/5 + 83.50/26 = 8.412
#10 North Duplin (8-0) 50.0/8 + 139.00/65 = 8.388
#11 Manteo (7-1) 46.0/8 + 158.00/60 = 8.383
#12 Northampton (8-1) 52.0/9 + 183.00/71 = 8.355
#13 North Stanly (7-1) 49.0/8 + 130.50/62 = 8.230
#14 Thomas Jefferson (5-0) 30.0/5 + 46.00/33 = 7.394
#15 Polk (5-2) 38.0/7 + 100.50/52 = 7.361
#16 Lakewood (6-2) 41.0/8 + 124.50/62 = 7.133
#17 East Surry (5-3) 34.0/8 + 175.00/61 = 7.119
#18 West Montgomery (6-2) 42.0/8 + 116.00/63 = 7.091
#19 Southside (6-3) 40.0/9 + 194.50/74 = 7.073
#20 Princeton (5-2) 37.0/7 + 100.00/56 = 7.071
#21 East Carteret (5-3) 39.0/8 + 137.00/65 = 6.983
#22 Mountain Island (4-2) 26.0/6 + 109.00/43 = 6.868
#23 Bear Grass (6-1) 38.0/7 + 67.00/48 = 6.824
#24 Gates County (5-3) 36.0/8 + 140.50/65 = 6.662
#25 Robbinsville (3-1) 21.0/4 + 36.00/26 = 6.635
#26 Starmount (4-4) 28.0/8 + 188.00/63 = 6.484
#27 Rosewood (4-3) 30.0/7 + 92.50/57 = 5.909
#28 Pamlico (6-3) 36.0/9 + 136.50/73 = 5.870
#29 Union Academy (3-2) 20.0/5 + 62.00/35 = 5.771
#30 Pender (4-3) 26.0/7 + 109.50/54 = 5.742
#31 Swain County (4-4) 26.0/8 + 96.50/52 = 5.106
#32 Riverside-Martin (4-4) 24.0/8 + 130.00/66 = 4.970
#33 Southeast Halifax (4-4) 24.0/8 + 112.00/63 = 4.778
#34 South Stokes (3-5) 22.0/8 + 121.00/60 = 4.767
#35 Granville Central (3-5) 22.0/8 + 131.00/67 = 4.705
#36 CS of Davidson (3-4) 18.0/7 + 94.50/49 = 4.500
#37 Alleghany (3-4) 18.0/7 + 102.00/53 = 4.496
#38 Northside (3-5) 18.0/8 + 137.50/62 = 4.468
#39 South Stanly (3-5) 20.0/8 + 119.50/63 = 4.397
#40 Columbia (2-2) 12.0/4 + 40.00/29 = 4.379
#41 Albemarle (3-5) 20.0/8 + 111.50/63 = 4.270
#42 Plymouth (3-5) 18.0/8 + 126.50/63 = 4.258
#43 Elkin (2-6) 14.0/8 + 151.50/65 = 4.081
#44 Rocky Mount Prep (2-5) 12.0/7 + 111.50/50 = 3.944
#45 North Edgecombe (2-6) 12.0/8 + 142.50/62 = 3.798
#46 Bishop McGuinness (2-5) 14.0/7 + 95.00/53 = 3.792
#47 Cherryville (2-6) 16.0/8 + 99.00/56 = 3.768
#48 South Creek (3-5) 18.0/8 + 96.00/65 = 3.727
#49 Avery (2-5) 16.0/7 + 76.50/56 = 3.652
#50 Union (2-5) 12.0/7 + 102.00/55 = 3.569
#51 Weldon (2-3) 12.0/5 + 44.00/38 = 3.558
#52 South Robeson (2-5) 12.0/7 + 82.00/53 = 3.261
#53 Pine Lake Prep (1-4) 6.0/5 + 61.00/31 = 3.168
#54 North Moore (2-6) 12.0/8 + 95.00/59 = 3.110
#55 Creswell (2-4) 12.0/6 + 40.00/42 = 2.952
#56 Camden (1-7) 6.0/8 + 121.00/55 = 2.950
#57 Rosman (1-7) 6.0/8 + 115.00/53 = 2.920
#58 Chatham Central (1-6) 6.0/7 + 98.00/54 = 2.672
#59 Louisburg (1-6) 6.0/7 + 103.00/57 = 2.664
#60 Hayesville (0-4) 0.0/4 + 62.00/24 = 2.583
#61 Lejeune (0-8) 0.0/8 + 148.00/62 = 2.387
#62 West Columbus (0-8) 0.0/8 + 146.50/62 = 2.363
#63 East Columbus (0-6) 0.0/6 + 108.50/46 = 2.359
#64 South Davidson (1-6) 6.0/7 + 75.50/54 = 2.255
#65 Jones (0-8) 0.0/8 + 144.50/67 = 2.157
#66 Perquimans (1-7) 6.0/8 + 84.00/64 = 2.063
#67 Winston-Salem Prep (0-5) 0.0/5 + 85.50/42 = 2.036
#68 North Stokes (0-6) 0.0/6 + 87.50/46 = 1.902
#69 Mattamuskeet (0-8) 0.0/8 + 100.00/55 = 1.818
#70 Northwest Halifax (0-6) 0.0/6 + 79.00/46 = 1.717
#71 Andrews (0-5) 0.0/5 + 58.00/34 = 1.706
#72 Highland Tech (0-6) 0.0/6 + 66.00/39 = 1.692
#73 Hobbton (0-8) 0.0/8 + 90.50/62 = 1.460
#74 KIPP Pride (0-7) 0.0/7 + 79.00/57 = 1.386