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Not many things have changed in 10 years.

Like in 2008, Michael Phelps is still winning gold. Hillary Clinton is running for president, and people are hunting Pokémon.

Well, this week, Franklin County football players also took a trip down memory lane and played some popular games from their childhood. But 10 years older, wiser and more competitive, a simple game of Simon Says looked like more of an intense conditioning drill. Musical chairs made one player dizzy, and even coaches were holding their breath during a heated game of Red Rover.

Here's a look at what happens when you pit ultra competitive football players against each other in a series of childhood games:

Chambersburg

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The Chambersburg football team's senior class came together to play an intesnse game of Duck, Duck Goose. Football pads were not optional. Video by Lindsey Smith

Greencastle-Antrim

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Led by quarterback Cade McDowell, the Greencastle-Antrim football team was forced to stop on a dime in a game of Red Light, Green Light. Video by Lindsey Smith

Shippensburg

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Shippensburg's Kyle Yost was crowned Musical Chairs champion after smart strategy up until the final chair. Video by Lindsey Smith

James Buchanan

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A simple game of Simon Says turned into more of a conditioning session for the James Buchanan football team. Video by Lindsey Smith

Waynesboro

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With a star linebacker like Forrest Rhyne, it's no mystery why he evoked fear upon his teammates in a game of Red Rover. Video by Lindsey Smith

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