VIDEO: Friday Night Heroes Week Zero

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The first week of high school football officially kicked off in Oklahoma on Friday, August 28.

While there's not a full slate of games, there were a few games played in what's called "week zero."

It's a new rule adopted by the OSSAA, which allows team's to sacrifice a scrimmage to play an actual game and give them a bye week later in the year.

Tuttle pulled off a 31-14 upset at home over Davis.

That's Davis first loss in two years.

Tecumseh forced a last second goal line stop on Mount Saint Mary to pick up a 26-21 win.

Lone Grove rising college prospect Jeremy Lewis had a late touchdown run called back as they fell on the road to Bethany 34-29.

Lewis ran for 197 yards and two touchdowns and also caught another touchdown you can see in our highlights.

Bethany will look to improve to 2-0 when they travel to Marlow on September 4.

Holland Hall scored 20 unanswered points to topple Casady 41-21.

Watch the video above to see all the highlights.

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