Mark M. Hancock - 1. Wylie’s Pirate Skull/ The wire-to-wire No. 1 seed, Wylie takes the top spot in the bracket, but as the week have worn on the skull has looked more and more upset prone. I wouldn’t be surprised to see this fall in the later rounds.
Stewart F. House - Special Contributor 2. Prosper’s Eagle/ Possibly the most intimidating inflatable in the game, there’s not much separation between Prosper’s Eagle and Wylie’s Pirate Skull.
Tom Fox - Staff Photographer 3.Corsicana’s Tiger Head/ This is a college-level inflatable and with the purple color scheme, I’m pretty sure LSU would take this tomorrow if it could.
Mark M. Hancock - Special Contributor 4. McKinney Boyd’s Bronco Head/ After debuting at No. 2, the Bronco head has slipped in recent weeks, but it still remains a contender for the title.
Mark M. Hancock - Special Contributor 5.McKinney’s Lion/ Those 5 vs. 12 matchups are always tricky and this could be no different. The Lion is nice and detailed, but with have of its body melting into a tunnel, it could encounter some trouble.
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Stewart F. House - Special Contributor The McKinney North High School varsity football team takes the field before the kickoff against McKinney High School at Ron Poe Stadium in McKinney on Friday night, October 15, 2010.
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