I have learned through the grapevine that you have just finished coaching another undefeated team and that your son and the college president's boy were the regular guards on this seventh-grade outfit. I never did find out whether they were offensive or defensive specialists, but it could have created a problem, if the president's son wanted to play both ways. I'll bet they both wanted to, and did.
Yours for "the big game."
P.S. Speaking of "playing the big game" and your worries over it—you can stop worrying. Last Saturday in the Army-Navy game offensive football seems to have rolled right over the proponents of platoon play and left them six feet under. Army and Navy couldn't have displayed it in more awesome fashion than in the big one. What's the old poker-playing expression: "The winners tell funny stories and the losers holler 'deal' "?