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  1. At least their good players are staying at Gibson Southern now......there was a time not long ago they would be long gone for a Catholic school to the south......
  2. My son attended SOS camp this spring with the QB at Central. He looks really good. Excellent arm strength. My pick is Central this year in the SIAC.
  3. Thanks for proving my point....and thank you for the heads up on the ignore option. I had no idea!
  4. That is Muda's MO..........he likes to play spin doctor and pick and choose what information fit's his philosophy and ignore anything that is counter. I would bet that Muda doesn't actually believe most of what he states. He does so to get under people's skin and force an argument...........he's pretty good at that.
  5. Jasper announced today that they will have turf this year.
  6. And no Southridge, who is now back in 2A? A team that ended the year at 10-2, spent most of the year ranked in 3A. Two losses were to Gibson Southern (in the final seconds) and Brownstown who was a 2 point conversion away from playing for the title in 3A?
  7. Those things are a given (teachers, etc.) and they were not what the original question was even about.
  8. Again spin-doctor.......all of those things are key......not just turf on a football field and certainly some are more important than others.
  9. This is where we disagree. I believe taxpayer monies funding these activities and facilities is key to the academic mission. I could care less about the people watching the game. Now if you tell me millions are to be spent on chair back cushioned seats and a new concession stand that serves 15 different flavors of slurpies on the backs of taxpayers, then I see your point....
  10. No. I believe the core mission of a government school is to provide an education and anything they can do to help the student be successful in the classroom (whether it be a nice new computer lab, or a new football field) should be a priority. It ultimately benefits society when a child is successful (for some students, success means a "C", for others, it may mean an "A"). Really a pretty simple concept Muda (aka spin-doctor). I never came close to saying I thought the core mission of a school was simply to provide extracurricular activities for all prospective students. You're worse than the major news networks.......
  11. I've known many of students who would not have graduated high school if they didn't participate in extracurricular activities. It's what kept them going. They may have only gotten C's but at least they graduated. However you want to spin-it bobref, take away funding for those activities and facilities, which leads to these activities being abolished, and see what happens.......the "core academic mission" the school is charged with providing will take a step backward.......
  12. Did you know that it's a proven fact that kids that participate in extracurricular activities get better grades than those who don't? Why wouldn't tax payer money be used to promote all facilities that make up the educational process or at least help it? Whether it be the library, weight room, auditorium, band room, gym, or football field?
  13. LOL....yes they will.
  14. Explain that a little bit more......even if they had their enrollment lowered by 100+, they'd still be in the same division as outlined in the original post.
  15. I can't argue that we should have been in there at the end of last season seeing how the tournament played out. That top 10 is solid. Who knows........nothing's for sure until the IHSAA releases the classifications. There were supposed to have done that already. Not sure what the holdup is.