[State-Finals] Texarkana Pleasant Grove vs Wimberley Live Stream Free

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    The Texarkana Pleasant Grove Hawks will take on the Wimberley Texans at 3 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 20 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington for the Class 4A Division II UIL Football State Championship. Here's everything you need to know about the game.

    Texarkana Pleasant Grove is making its third straight appearance in the state title game after the Hawks rolled past Midland Greenwood, 48-20, last week at the Ford Center. T

    he Hawks were without BYU commit RB Bruce Garrett, who only had one carry in the game as he’s battling an undisclosed injury. The Hawks raced out to a 20-3 lead but had to hold off multiple Greenwood rallies before pulling away in the fourth quarter. QB Ben Harmon made the Rangers pay for loading the box to stop the run as he threw for 301 yards and four touchdowns.

    The big question for Pleasant Grove will be the health of not only Garrett, but also two-way star Nick Martin, who left the game in the first quarter with an injury.

    Wimberley is playing for a state title for the first time since 2011 as it knocked off Silsbee last week in Katy, 56-43. Wimberley raced out to a 28-9 halftime lead and led 49-16 late in the third quarter before Silsbee rallied to cut the lead to six before the Texans added a final score to lock the win up.

    Wimberley QB Cooper McCollum led the way for the Texans with 331 yards passing and five touchdowns, while two key fumble recoveries by the Texans defense preserved the victory.

    The biggest question going into this game is can Wimberley’s offensive line give McCollum enough time to get the ball to his talented receivers? The Pleasant Grove defensive line is one of the state’s best with big-time recruits Landon Jackson and Marcus Burris leading the way.

    Pleasant Grove doesn’t have to deal with Jordan Whittington this year in the title game. If the Hawks get that lethal Wing-T attack going, their defense will find a way to make some plays and win a shootout.

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