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  1. 2A

    http://ihsbca.org/polls/
  2. Unfortunately, Maxpreps is the most accurate of anything. Not even the IHSBCA has accurate records which is why their polls are always terrible.
  3. Interesting trend at LCC since the tradition factor was introduced. Are they adding on to their buildings? 233 in 2013-2015 264 in 2016-2017 291 in 2017-2019
  4. I'm going to go out on a limb and assume the passive aggression might have something to do with the "Co" POY and the State Runner-Up having less players than the team down 35. Can't say I disagree. The Pharos Tribune has gone the cowards way out multiple times in naming Co-POY in several sports over the years.
  5. Gotta love the irony of Johnson leaving Pioneer and a year later they upend LCC and land back in the state title game! Pioneer is too disciplined in my mind. Not much has changed over the many years of this program's dominance. Many of the names are even still the same. Love many of the comparisons on here. People really thinking that Pioneer played their varsity every minute of every game. Good stuff! Good luck to both teams. Looking forward to seeing this one but I'm going with Pioneer 24-14.
  6. Where are all the regulars!? The GID is missing out on some quality posts!
  7. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!
  8. Could easily be used to film play call signals from the sideline.
  9. I was worried BSU would end up being paired with IU in a bowl game... Not that it was very likely.. either way, IU took care of that issue! Ball State is a lot of fun to watch. Hopefully they can replace Wenning next year with someone with at least half the talent... And one with a name they can put on a billboard! Loved seeing the #Wenning in Muncie.
  10. BINGO.. Thank you.
  11. Completely aware, chief. My point is, he went down a division and became a superstar. I'm just shocked (not really though) that the some of the reasons people are upset are because of "family values" and being "a man of your word" "You made a COMMITMENT." Yeah sure, I'm sure a lot of coaches made a commitment to him as well.
  12. I agree to an extent. Pretty obvious the direction ND was going with their QB situation. He may as well take the Cam Newton route. Get to a lower tier school and be the starter and then go back to D1. He was an Early Enroll at ND, correct? I get how it works for some people (early enroll), but man, that's a lot of big decisions so quickly and if you weren't completely sold (which it seems that he never was with all his flip-flopping) it's even tougher. Man, we are so quick to judge the decisions of a 17,18 year old kid... You have to assume, this kid just wants to play ball.