by Ken K. Green The Trojans travel to Madison Friday night to take on the Morgan County Bulldogs in a key Region 4-AA matchup.Both schools are 3-0 overall and 1-0 in region play. Lamar County is the top scoring team in the state in Class AA at 45.7 points per game while Morgan County has not been scored on in its first three contest.Kick-off: 7:30 p.m. Weather: Mostly clear and 70 degrees at kick-off. Where: Bill Corey Stadium – Legion Field, 1231 College Drive, Madison, Ga. Historical Tidbit: Legendary University of Georgia coach Wallace Butts got his start in coaching at Legion Field in the 1920’s coaching Madison A&M. To Get There: Take Hwy 41S/18E to Forsyth. Turn left on N. Lee Street and continue to Cabiness Road. Follow Cabiness Road/Hwy 83N to Monticello. Turn right on W. Washington Street then left on S. Warren Street and keep right at the fork. Continue on Hwy 83N/Madison Road to US 278E and take a right. Follow US 278E into Madison and turn right on College Drive. Morgan County High School will be on the left at 1231 College Drive. The field is on campus. The trip is approximately 67.5 miles or an hour and a half. Series: Lamar County leads 1-0 beating the Bulldogs 20-15 at Trojan Field in 2010. Last week: Morgan County beat Monticello 16-0. Lamar County beat Northeast Macon 48-0. Bulldog defense and top players: Five man front. #35 Nyeijuan Mack (Sr. LB), #24 Stewart Spence (Jr. LB) and #55 Bailey Ross (Jr. DE). Bulldog offense and top players: Power wing-T. #42 Marquis Benton (So. FB), #63 JD Hubbard (Sr. OL) and #60 Garrett Vick (Sr. OL). Bulldog coach: Bill Malone, 5th year, 20-25 all at Morgan County Prediction: Maxwell ratings has the Trojans a four point favorite. What Lamar Head Coach Jason Strickland says: “Offensively, their goal is to just pound you into submission. Their fullback is just a huge load to try to tackle. They are not going to try to trick you they are just going to come off the ball and see how tough you are. Defensively they use their size to clog up holes. They have been great tacklers. It will take a tremendous effort to move the ball on them this Friday”.