HSF Rankings

Fort Bend ISD Football Rankings Week 3 September 17th

The Fort Bend ISD district has split across three different classifications this season Vype

Originally Appeared On Vype 

The Fort Bend ISD district has split across three different classifications this season. These weekly rankings take into account quality of opponent, quality of a win or loss, and a statistical analysis of the team. The rankings at the end of the day are opinions of teams from VYPE's Fort Bend reporter Ashton Jeanlewis.

Each teams breakdown will be shorter than normal, because the weekly podcast the Fort Bend Playbook will have a full breakdown as to how each team earned their spot.

Listen to the Fort Bend Playbook every Wednesday at the link below https://www.spreaker.com/user/10044884

1) Marshall Buffs

Despite a heavy amount of turnovers you can't deny the Buffs are elite. With a smothering defense and explosive playmaking Marshall went undefeated in pre-district, because they've yet to met a team who can match their ability.

 

Ashton's rankings continue here 

Most Popular

SportsMap Emails
Are Awesome

Listen Live

The Greinke is the hottest new sensation in fashion. Photos via: Houston Astros/Facebook

Emmy runway looks and Halloween costume planning aside, the Houston Astros have stolen the fashion show in Houston, thanks to a big play in honor of their teammate.

The team — arguably the tightest clubhouse in the Major Leagues — paid tribute to pitcher Zack Greinke by channeling him on the West Coast flight on September 19, which marked their final road trip of the regular season.

Photos via: Houston Astros/Facebook.

Greinke, who is in the final year of his contract, is known for his sporty looks — namely fishing. He often shows up to Minute Maid Park decked out in bucket hats, fishing company tees, and more (think Galveston deep-sea charter trip).

Star/ace pitcher Lance McCullers Jr. — always flawlessly on point style-wise — wins the Method acting award, not only donning fishing gear complete with a fishing pole, but also a Whole Foods paper grocery sack. (That's an homage to Greinke's tendency to bring a bag of groceries to the locker room.) Star shortstop Carlos Correa managed a beachy "hang loose" sign in his photo.

A team shot posted on Twitter reveals how far the team went to channel their inner Greinkes.

For his part, Greinke shared the love on Instagram, posting the team pic in front of the charter flight with the caption, "In my element."

Continue on CultureMap to learn more, or for more photos, head to the Astros Facebook page.

SportsMap Emails
Are Awesome