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Game of the Week: Week 5

The HomeZone Game of the Week for Week 5 will feature a top-10 matchup of Steers!

Sixth-ranked Graham will host number-5 Big Spring Friday night at 7:30 at Newton Field, looking to bounce back from their first regular season loss since 2012.

Graham lost to now-2nd ranked Argyle last Friday night, 35-27 in an exciting game. The week before that, they beat then-9th ranked Abilene Wylie 18-7 in Abilene.

Big Spring (4-0) is led by senior dual-threat quarterback Tobyn Tannehill, the younger brother of Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill. So far in four games this season, Tannehill is 30/51 for 425 yards and six touchdowns passing, while rushing 48 times for 590 yards and four more scores.

Graham's Landry Turner, a junior in his first season at Graham after moving in from Springtown, is 45/76 passing for 611 yards, five touchdowns and two interceptions, while rushing 29 times for 144 yards and three more TDs.

Check back here all week to hear from the Steers about the game, and then tune in to the Friday Night High School Football Update at 10:30 for extended highlights from Newton Field!

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