players hope: Football again is a big deal in Clover, according to NOW Magazine. While participation is considered down in many communities nationwide, Blue Eagles head man Brian Lane has those in the South Carolina town straddling the state line buying in. With added bodies, coaches and players hope it also equates to more wins for the Blue Eagles. Our numbers are really up, he said. When I first got here, we just had about 54 kids overall. We have around 40 seniors, and a total of 140 guys in the program. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.