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Everything posted by psaboy

  1. * Week Six Scores *

    Snider having a Homestead hangover, 7-0 over Wayne at half, Covington fumbles as he is crossing goal, never a good sign.
  2. Class 6A-2017

    That is very possible, see LaPorte in 2014.
  3. Snider vs Homestead Saturday in Indy will be good game. I think this is first time SAC has held regular season game there?? I'm predicting a Panther win, but not sure by how much. Does anyone know if there is a web feed or stream to game, or if game will be on radio? Would love to be at Lucas for game, but can't get there.
  4. Yes, I do agree that Haupert has a big role in the distance the Panthers go. He looked average at past in passing game from what I saw in the first half, underthrow & overthrow as many as completed. If the running game get shut down they are in trouble, but Haupert is a good runner and is fast from what I've seen, so opposing D's have to shut down more than one. I will add, that they upgraded they kicking game ten fold. Think Tipp got that message last year when they lost to Westfield, their kicker last year was reason Snider got beat IMO.
  5. I will say this, after re-watching the first half of the game, Homestead is very good, definitely best offense in the area. If they can eliminate mistakes they can beat Snider. They gave Snider 24 points off of turnovers in first half. I think the difference is the D & special teams, Snider's D and esp. special teams are better the Homestead and Snider's O can keep up with Sparty's O power. Still say Snider is better, probably win 7-8 times out of 10 games. Question will be if Snider can play disciplined (they have flag issues from time to time) and have limited or no turnovers in sectional game they should win.
  6. Class 6A-2017

    I agree, but no one from Indy area will say that until Snider or any other non-Indy area school wins the championship game, then they will say it was an "off year" for the MIC teams.
  7. Lets make it 99.99% chance that Homestead will lose to the Mighty Snider Panthers in a rematch. Injuries and turnovers can flip a game any time.
  8. Snider controls Homestead, 52-31. They were in control most of game, sure to be a rematch in sectionals
  9. can't find any way to see/hear, that kinda sucks
  10. Yes i do, and I not buying what you are selling. JMO
  11. anyone know who is the home team?
  12. I would have to say a distant second to the MIC.
  13. Here you go; Summitcitysports.com
  14. SAC week 4

    you never know, they may get drawn to play each other first game
  15. SAC week 4

    Man, I didn't see this big of a spanking coming. Homestead may actually give Snider a game next week.
  16. SAC week 4

    Concordia at Bishop Luers - I like Luers in a close one Homestead at Bishop Dwenger - Dwenger by 10 North Side at Wayne - Wayne by a bunch Northrop at Carroll - Carroll by a bunch South Side at Snider - Snider by two bunches
  17. Don't think one was published, long holiday weekend I guess.
  18. SAC Week 3

    Carroll at North side - Carroll finally gets W and takes it out on NS, wins by 30+ Dwenger at South side - Saints by 20 Luers at Homstead - I'll take Homestead by 6 Snider at Concordia - Snider comes back to earth a bit, win by 21 Wayne at Northrop - Wayne gets W in OT
  19. AP Poll Week 3

    Well most of the good 6A teams are in Indy area, but think some teams won't get the jump up to top 2-3 spots unless they kill all they play and the big 4-5 (Carmel, Warren Central. Ben Davis, Center Grove & LC/LN) lose 2 or three games. How do we know that the top 5 are any better than Snider or Valpo or Penn at this point of the season? I add that there are few teams outside Indy area that can compete with them year in and year out, but there is always one unknown year that an Indy area school will not win 6A. But as you know as well as I they will likely be on top of polls during regular season due to the teams they play. So It should be no surprise. I think the Indy area was rated in top ten in nation in regards to metro area football talent year in and year out. That says a lot IMO
  20. 2010 when they went 7 - 5 probably stopped then from getting any votes.
  21. Class 6A-2017

    Not sure exactally what that means, I would say there is a home field advantage by luck of draw. A snider and Jeffersonville game at neutral filed (Indy area) would struggle to get gate attendance. Maybe not a Snider side because they travel well, but for teams that have less following?? I could see seeding north and south to address this?
  22. Difference IMO is Carmel was on road, WC had them at home.
  23. Class 6A-2017

    That would be interesting, how would that look, in your opinion? Snider had a good run on them in early 2000's think three straight wins, Carmel then had 3-4 straight wins in mid.late 2000's