Friday Night Touchdown: What’s New Online

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Much like a high school football roster changes from year to year, so does the Friday Night Touchdown page.

We’ll still be providing constant quarterly scoring updates from hundreds of teams in the area and game information from the more than 30-plus games the Friday Night Touchdown crew attends each week.

But our chat has changed to make loggin-n and interacting with your friends easier. You can now log-in with your password to any one of 11 different social media sites we offer.

After you log-in you can also decide who sees your comments on the games, everyone or just your friends.

Friday Night Touchdown producer¬†Nick Kovach and other members of the Friday Night Touchdown team will be chatting with you all evening long. When we get the game information, you’ll get it in our chat.

We’ll be featuring several top games and stories right above the area where we’ll be providing the game scores.

And as always we’ll provide more quarterly scoring updates, from more games than anyone in the state.

We’ve also created an easy way to find every high school football video that we’ve aired over the course of the year. If you or your child has been featured on Friday Night Touchdown click the ‘High School Football’ link top the page (See below).

After you click the link you’ll see all of our archived stories and videos from each week of the season.

If your highlight aired on the show, you’ll be able to find it within our ‘High School Football’ section.

Plus if you are out and about and can’t follow your favorite team’s game, don’t worry we’ll send the score to your cell phone via a text message when the game goes final.

To sign up for the text message alerts just click here to get started.

We hope to hear from you on Friday Night and we’ll see you all beginning at 11:00 p.m.

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