The following day it was announced that Brother Rice would play Farmington Harrison in week 10. The Warriors season would come to end with a 37-27 loss to the Hawks in week 10. Kidd shared his thoughts on the Harrison game, "It was a great game played by two good teams, I felt that we should of have won, but I was happy for those guys they worked hard and earned States."
The event of the Big Prep Showdown features many D1 athletes and potential state champions. Kidd talks about what it means to play on the stage, "That's going to be a great atmosphere with so many D-1 athletes playing in one day. This year I was able to establish a relationship with the players from Cass Tech, Harrison and King, so it will be exciting to see us perform that day."
The Catholic League Central division appears to have many great teams in for the 2011 season. Asked if Brother Rice will win the division and why, Kidd responded, "Oh yeah, most definitely. I feel that all the work we are putting in during the offseason will be rewarded in the season with championships and this is just one of them."
Kidd closed by sharing his recruiting situation since he will playing college football after he graduates from Brother Rice, "As of now I have not received an offer but colleges interested: Cincinnati, Syracuse, Bowling Green, Western Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Toledo, Central Michigan, Indiana, Akron and Michigan State."