This is how this will go. Ottawa Glandorf will come out all fired up with a plan and thinking they have a chance. They will touch the ball once in the first quarter and maybe even put together a two or three first down series before Kirtland's disciplined defense steps up physically and stops them. Kirtland will then take over and score on a drive that chews eight minutes off the clock. Nothing O-G does can stop Kirtland from very physically picking up 4 or 5 yards a down, but at the end of the first quarter it's 7-0, so O-G thinks they are still in it. Kirtland's defense will then continue to pound on Ottawa Glandorf's offense. Because at Division 5 most teams have to play a lot of guys both ways, O-G is wearing down. There will be mistakes made, usually a turnover or penalty. Kirtland will get the ball back and go on another long scoring drive. At 14-0 O-G still thinks they have a good chance. Because there are only 2 minutes left in the half Ottawa Glandorf wants to try to get points on the board. Physically reeling and feeling a little desperate, they make mistakes and either get stopped in their own end or turn it over. Kirtland scores once more before the half runs out. What seemed like a close game just a few minutes ago is for all intents and purposes out of reach for O-G. Ottawa Glandorf might get on the board in the second half once or twice, but they still can not stop Kirtland from going on 7 to 10 minute scoring drives. You end up with a score in the 35 to 14 range and an O-G team wondering where their game plan went and how things got so out of control.