In sports, there are traditional rivalries.
When two teams — namely ones that do not like each other — battle it out for victory and, in some cases, a perpetual memento that comes with it, emotions tend to run high.
There are college football teams that have major rivalries. USC/UCLA — just 12 miles apart — compete for not only L.A. city bragging rights but also the “Victory Bell” which is awarded to the winner.
There are also plenty of long-standing high school football rivalries in the Central Section. Those rivalry games are intensified even more in towns that only have two teams...