If there is a high school football season in Maryland in 2020 it looks almost certain that only a few counties will be playing football which means no playoffs this year. It also looks like it will be an abbreviated schedule with all local games. So in order to make this football year special for the seniors, let them experience something that used to be the biggest tradition in this area but hasn't been seen since 1973. I am talking about the Alco/FH game being played on Thanksgiving Day. No matter how many games they can put together in an abbreviated season, the success or failure of this season would come down to that one big game. That is how it was from 1936-1973. The winner of that game celebrated for the next 9 months. There were no more games afterwards. Turkey Day game was the Super Bowl. I would love to see it happen again. Hopefully by Thanksgiving they can play in front of live fans but regardless, the game can still be typed and the seniors will get to participate in something that hasn't been done in 47 years.