Sid Fritts, Elbert County
1. What is the most memorable game you've been a part of as a player or coach?"The 1977 Ohio Valley Conference championship game at Tennessee Tech. I played right guard for Austin Peay State University, a team which had not had a winning season in 10 years and was picked last in the preseason polls. We had a new coach for the 1977 season, Boots Donnelly. Coach was inducted into the College Hall of Fame a couple of years ago. We won 24-21 in a game we had no business winning. We had 180-something yards of offense for the day, 86 which came on the last drive as time was running out. It was the first championship I had ever been a part of. It is still the only OVC championship Austin Peay has won in football, which makes it special, but the teammates I shared it with makes it even more special - Andy McCollum (assistant coach at Georgia Tech), Ron Sebree (an All-American and retired AD for DeKalb County and former Columbia head coach), Mark Daniel (head coach on Screven County's 2002 state-championship team) and Gordon Powers (head coach, Model High)."