The foolishness we’ve all been waitin’ for popped off at 7:05pm down at Lucus Oil Stadium Saturday night when No.1 Ben Davis jumped all over No.5 Penn and beat the brakes, doors, transmission, back seats and all four tires off them 63-14 to win the Class 6A State Championship.
When the captains came to the middle of the field durin’ the coin toss it was all but over. It was just a matter of how much the homies from the west side would beat these boyz by. I looked into all four of the Penn captain’s eyes and they looked like they had just seen Big Foot, Godzilla, the Boogie Man and Aunt Ester butt naked in a pair of Stacy Adams knobs. In other words bruh, they were scared to death.
Somebody must have put on some Public Enemy because it was “Welcome to the Terrordome” for 48 minutes!! Before I could clear my throat good and pull out my camera it was 21-0. The Mr. Football frontrunner and the only dun in the race popped a 76 yard touchdown on their first possession just to let a boy know that Ben Davis was in the buildin’.
On the next two kickoffs Penn reinforced my statement of them bein’ scared to death by not wantin’ to field the ball. Duns simply looked at the rock in the air and allowed both kicks to hit the ground. The big homie Keilan Laws recovered both of them and it was Chris Brown up in that piece, “On and Poppin!”
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! I told you boyz that Penn didn’t have a shot at comin’ to Lucas Oil and walkin’ outta there with that trophy and I hadn’t seen them play a lick of football this year. I didn’t have to playa. Ben Davis plays in the M.I.C. where 5 out of the Top 10 teams in the state played all season. It’s a Top 15 conference in the country and they beat the brakes off of EVERYBODY in it.
They walked into the joint 13-0 after winnin’ all of 13 games by an average of 30.9 points per game. Then in the playoffs the “Powers That Be” tried to set them up for failure by puttin’ them into the east side sectional with No.2 Warren Central and No.3 Lawrence Central and they beat them again.
Penn played who this year bruh? Boyz were talkin’ big about them havin’ the best defense in the state because they only gave up 5 points per game. They were leanin’ on the fact that they only gave up 69 points all season. Well playboy…they gave up 49 in the first half playin’ against some real thunder cats. By halftime Ben Davis had set 16 Class 6A State Title Game records on these boyz just to let Big Momma know that it was everything they told her it would be.
Bruh…Reese Taylor finished the night throwin’ 18 of 22 for 340 yards, 6 touchdowns and then rushin’ for another 131 yards and two more touchdowns! Wheredeydodatat? And he didn’t even play the last eight minutes of the game!!!
The best wide receiver in the state, like I’ve been tellin’ you cats all season, Broc Thompson, caught 5 balls for 109 yards and 3 touchdowns just to make sure y’all were breathin’. Then the homie Jermaine Hoskins showed, like my momma used to say, “His bare bottom” when he finished the night with only 3 catches for 76 yards and 2 touchdowns.
Y’all can act like it ain’t what it is if you want to bruh but that’s one of the best teams I’ve ever seen play the game of football. And on some real talk, Penn had no business playin’ in the state title game. The dull system created an opportunity for them to get there but the Warren Central vs. Ben Davis game in the darn sectional was the state title game. At some point the dull “powers that be” will recognize that all they did was set Penn up to take that beat down when it really wasn’t necessary. It wasn’t their fault that they stepped in front of a Mack truck headed downhill with no brakes. Stop me when I start lyin’!
1) Pulbic Enemy: noun – 1980’s rap group from NYC that had a hit record called “Welcome to the Terrordome.”
2) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
3) Chris Brown: noun R&B singer with the hit record “On and Poppin’!”
4) Wheredeydodatat?: Hood for “Who does that?”
The G is excluded from the endings of all words because the G is near and dear to my heart because I’m from “The G” which is Gary, Indiana. So I only use the G when I’m talkin’ about “The G!”
The caption under the photo isn’t real but its real talk!