For the Muenster Hornets and Lindsay Knights, it's all about the kraut.
"To me it's the biggest game of the year, it's what I've always looked up to since elementary school" said Lindsay wide receiver Justin Ott.
Since two teams began facing off in the "Kraut Bowl" in 1964, Muenster leads the series 23-17-4.
"It doesn't matter if you're 3-0 or 0-3, everyone wants to beat Lindsay," said Muenster head coach Brady Carney.
Lindsay beat Muenster last year, 14-3. No surprise this time around that both teams want to win this one badly.
"It would be a dream come true, my last year against Muenster being a win in the Kraut Bowl," said Lindsay offensive lineman Matt Huston.
"It would be big for me, I'd like to pass down the torch, let the other generations keep winning," said Muesnter linebacker Mason Binder.
The two teams will square off in Muenster at 7:30 this Friday night.
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