Eight sacks for most players in high school football is a very respectable season worthy of some all district mention. Last week, for Lancaster, Texas, strongside defensive end Larry Dibbles it was a great game that he showed why he is earning lots of All-American mention.
"I had a good game last week against Grapevine I had eight sacks," Dibbles said. "That gives me about 13 or 14 for the season, but my team isn't doing as well as we should it's time for us to buckle up and get tough. It’s probably tough to watch our games."
Dibbles, however, did enjoy watching another great game this past Saturday – the classic Oklahoma-Texas battle in the Cotton Bowl.
"Did you see those two defenses?" Dibbles asked.
"Man not too many weaknesses on either side, plus the atmosphere was great. It seemed like there was always a cheer going on or a band playing a song. It was just a special game."
Dibbles said the Sooner victory wouldn't effect his decision, though.
"I told myself I wouldn't let that be a part of my decision," he said. "I was only paying attention to the defense and those were both good, so I don't know how I could make a decision off of that."
Dibbles said along with the Sooners and Longhorns he is also looking at Notre Dame and a few others like Texas A&M, where he visited two weekends ago unofficially.
“It’s still Texas and OU, though,” Dibbles said. “They’re in the driver’s seat.”