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  1. Coaches / Parents: Here is the Bishop Dullaghan 2017 Middle School Camp Schedule: OVERNIGHT CAMPS TAYLOR UNIVERSITY - June 26-27-28-29 DEPAUW UNIVERSITY - July 10-11-12-13 UNIVERSITY of INDIANAPOLIS - July 17-18-19-20 COMMUTER CAMPS REGION AREA CAMP - MERRILLVILLE HIGH SCHOOL - June 26-27-28 EVANSVILLE AREA CAMP - F.J. REITZ HIGH SCHOOL - July 10-11-12 To Register Please Visit - www.bishopdullaghan.com/middle
  2. BC's "worst team in MANY years" had an opportunity to beat Roncalli at home earlier in the season. Congrats to Roncalli for winning that game. Having seen both teams play I think Roncalli passing game is the difference in this one. Rebels win 28-14.
  3. Thought I'd post on main board since some folks don't make it over to youth forum. For those with middle school football players an update on Bishop Dullaghan Middle School Camps registration: TAYLOR UNIV. - Registration Closed. MILLIKIN UNIV. - Registration Closed. CHATARD - Commuter Camp - July 5 - July 7 - Registration Open - 9 practice opportunities over 3 days. UINDY - Overnight Camp - SOLD OUT. DEPAUW UNIV. - Last Overnight Camp - July 18 - July 21 - Registration Open. - our largest camp with almost 200 campers registered so far, spots are limited. VISIT: www.bishopdullaghan.com for additional information or to register. Thanks to all of you who have supported our camps for over 40 years!
  4. UPDATE: CHATARD COMMUTER CAMP REGISTRATION CLOSES @ 5:00 p.m. TODAY! Spots available. Camp starts tomorrow July 5th and ends on Thursday July 7th, nine (9) opportunities over 3 days. UINDY Overnight Camp - Registration Closed - Camp Sold Out! DEPAUW OVERNIGHG CAMP - July 18 - July 21 - Registration Open - over 200 campers signed up. To register visit:. www.bishopdullaghan.com
  5. Please note the dates of our 2016 Middle School Football Camps TAYLOR U. - June 27 - June 30 - (Overnight) MILLIKIN U. - June 27 - June 30 - (Overnight) CHATARD HS - July 5 - July 7 - (Commuter) UINDY - July 11 - July 14 - (Overnight) **** SOLD OUT**** DEPAUW - July 18 - July 21 - (Overnight) Also please note our commuter camp at Chatard HS. Same great instruction you get at our overnights camps in a commuter format with 9 practice opportunities over 3 days. TO REGISTER: please visit www.bishopdullaghan.com
  6. BISHOP DULLAGHAN MIDDLE SCHOOL CAMP UPDATE: Taylor Camp - Registration now closed. Millikin Camps - Registration now closed. UIndy Camp - SOLD OUT - Registration closed. Commuter Camp @ Chatard High School - Registration Open - spots still available. Overnight Camp @ DePauw Univ. - Registration Open - spots still available.
  7. Please take note of our High Schools Skills Camps: SKILLS CAMPS @ DePauw University Session 1 - June 18 - June 20 Session 2 - June 21 - June 23 Session 3 - June 28 - June 30 DOWN & DIRTY LINEMAN CAMPS @ DePauw University Session 1 - June 18 - June 20 Session 2 - June 28 - June 30 Please also take note of our MIDDLE SCHOOL Camp Dates TAYLOR U. - June 27 - June 30 - (Overnight) MILLIKIN U. - June 27 - June 30 - (Overnight) CHATARD HS - July 5 - July 7 - (Commuter) UINDY - July 11 - July 14 - (Overnight) **** SOLD OUT**** DEPAUW - July 18 - July 21 - (Overnight) TO REGISTER please visit: www.bishopdullaghan.com
  8. Cue beat dead horse......but UE joins non-scholarship Pioneer League with BU/VU/UD......using very simple math......UE gets 100 players paying on average $35-45k per year (similar to Butler)........ Football budget of $750k....net to UE of $2.5 - $3.5.....and gets the coveted 100 additional male students. The only negative....it makes to much sense which is why it will never happen.
  9. Still can't believe Evansville dropped football......still shake my head at that move.
  10. UIndy has had a nice run of QB's....and for the most part local kids.... from Casey Gillin (Indian Creek) to Rob Doyle (Chatard) to Chris Mills (LCC) to Connor Barthel (Cathedral) to Jake Purichia (Ritter) to eventually Alex Neligh (New Pal) or Bryce Stancombe (Bloom. South) who they recruited last year. UIndy was/is a great fit for all those guys.
  11. Every coach should have an opportunity to coach a team that didn't win a game or a team that struggles mightily. You become very knowledgeable on perspective and view a game like New Pal/Pendleton Heights through a different lens. Every coach, at any level, myself included has an ego. It's how you manage that ego whether your're up 40 or down 40 that the kids you coach pick up on. Having been on the wrong side of this on numerous occasions over the years, I was a better coach for having been through it. It gave me a much better perspective when I was on the good side of this equation. There have been many good points made in this thread. I happen to believe the quarter rule to be a joke....that being said its still a rule. Albeit it one where common sense should prevail. Leaving common sense up to coaches egos is where the line gets blurred...which is probably why they have the rule! While I'm not a fan of New Pal's scores, I respect what their program has done over the last several years and believe they're the real deal. Not having been at the game I'm guessing that the truth lies somewhere in the middle of the arguments being made.
  12. Find it ironic that BC wins by 23 and the Irish win by 27.....and BC gets accused of running up the score.......makes perfect sense.
  13. Titan, I understand and you were coming off a huge comeback the week before. Coach Hart has GS primed for another run. I imagine if Chatard makes it that far GS won't just be satisfied with getting there. Would love to road trip down south again. Hope we're both that fortunate.
  14. Jwik......Gibson Southern has and continues to build a very strong program and will no doubt be a very tough opponent should Chatard be fortunate enough to make semi-state. To set the record straight, Heritage Hills and Evansville Memorial have either played Chatard very tough or beaten them on several occasions as I believe Memorial did two years in a row. Gibson Southern has only played Chatard once and that game wasn't close. It was 59-7....and if you were there.....it wasn't that close. Gibson Southern was still one of the coolest environments to watch a semi-state game I've attended. The folks there were awesome.
  15. Parents / Commissioners / Youth Football Coaches: Bishop Dullaghan Football Camps is entering our 16th year providing Middle School Camps to grade school football players in Indiana. Led by Indiana Hall of Fame Football Coach Dick Dullaghan these camps provide top notch instruction from Indiana high school and college coaches. You can visit our website for a list of past coaches and campers who have gone on to have high school, college and NFL careers. These camps have been very well received in the past and provide a total football experience with special emphasis on the following: Bishop Dullaghan fully supports and is a sponsor of USA Football's "Heads Up" Campaign. Bishop Dullghan provides on-site training staff at all times during the camp for the safety of our campers. These Camps are an overnight camp with room and board included in the fee. The overnight Camps are for 6th, 7th & 8th grade players. Campers are required to bring their own helmet and shoulder pads. Coach/Player ratio is 1:10. There will be ten (10) scheduled practice opportunities for each of the four camps. The scheduled camp locations and times are as follows: TAYLOR UNIVERSITY - Session 1 - June 4 - June 7. ANDERSON UNIVERSITY - Session 2 - June 28 - July 1. MILLIKIN UNIVERSITY - Session 3 - July 6 - July 9. DEPAUW UNIVERSITY - Session 4 - July 13 - July 16. For additional information or to register for one of our camps, please visit our website at www.bishopdullaghan.com or contact Dick Dullaghan at 317-670-9848 or via email at rldhc@comcast.net or contact Paul Page at 317-916-5859 or via email at ppage@pittmanpage.com Bring your son, some of his teammates, or bring your team for 4 days of football filled instruction and fun. Please note: Due to the interest we have received in providing a commuter football camp in the Indianapolis area for 3-4-5th grade players, we will be posting additional information on the Gridiron Digest and our website about an upcoming camp for the younger kids. Thank You. Bishop Dullaghan Camp Staff
  16. Parents / Commissioners / Youth Football Coaches; Bishop Dullaghan is pleased to offer the following Middle School Camps for 6, 7, & 8th grade football players this summer. For additional information and to register, please visit our website at www.bishopdullaghan.com or contact Dick Dullaghan at 317-670-9848 or via email at rldhc@comcast.net or Paul Page at 317-916-5859 or ppage@pittmanpage.com. The camp includes the following: 10 (ten) scheduled practice opportunities. Three nights room and board. Coach/player ratio of 1:10. Camp staffer with various Indiana high school and college coaches. Each camper is required to bring a helmet and shoulder pads. Bishop Dullaghan fully supports and teaches the USA Football "Heads Up" program. Below are scheduled camp dates for Indiana. TAYLOR UNIVERSITY - Session 1 - June 4 - June 7. ANDERSON UNIVERSITY - Session 2 - June 28 - July 1. DEPAUW UNIVERSITY - Session 3 - July 13 - July 16. This is a great opportunity for your son to get better with the help of an experienced high school and college coaching staff. Register now.
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  18. As a follow up to my previous post......these are the amounts the following FCS schools spent as part of their football budget.....including scholarship money......in 2012.......Butler gets a lot of bang for their buck as their head coach does a very good job with limited financial resources. Valpo spends 230k more than Butler.....they may want to spend their money more wisely. Butler is at the bottom of the FCS schools by the way. #1 Montana State MT $8,777,441 110 University of San Diego CA $1,269,465 111 Campbell University NC $1,143,155 112 Jacksonville University FL $1,126,146 113 Mississippi Valley State University MS $1,088,097 114 University of Dayton OH $975,237 115 Morehead State University KY $928,306 116 Valparaiso University IN $879,762 117 Drake University IA $876,039 118 Marist College NY $870,416 119 Davidson College NC $790,295 120 Butler University IN $648,837
  19. Hounds now up to 11th in latest poll, their highest ranking in school history.
  20. It's simple math.......most schools in Pioneer League (non-scholarship) will knock 10-15k off the tuition in the form of some type of grant. Take Butler, 48k tuition and fees.....discount it to say 35-40k (x) 100 players = 3.5-4.0 million dollars. Subtract a football budget of 550-750k and the University makes money. In addition they get 100 male students which are often needed at liberal arts schools. I believe Butler caps their roster at a 100, some schools don't. They make money. Without football very few of those 100 attend that school would be my guess. No way Valpo eliminates football, the team probably makes of 8-10% of their male enrollment.