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  1. SAC 2018

    Do you see North Side hanging with Snider?
  2. SAC 2018

    I think all of Fort Wayne outside of Dwenger celebrated!!!
  3. SAC WEEK 1

    Luers 27 - Carroll 21 Concordia 35 - South Side 14 Snider 42 - North Side 14 Homestead 49 - Northrop 28 Dwenger 28 - Wayne 20 The first week is always the most difficult to predict as every team is playing kids who have not played at the varsity level and you just don’t know how they will react. Should be interesting!!!
  4. SAC 2018

    I would certainly hope they handle North Side easily. My comment was more directed at those who feel a scrimmage shows how good/bad a team is when in reality it is just a scrimmage that means nothing. I do think that Snider is more vulnerable then they have been in years so there are a couple teams in the SAC that could beat Snider this year, especially early in the year. It just better not be North Side. If North Side beats Snider I will consider it to be just as big an upset as when Elmhurst beat Dwenger many years ago to break a 47 game losing streak.
  5. SAC 2018

    From what I heard, Snider totally scripted their plays before the scrimmage and no matter the situation did not deviate from the plan. Also, they played a vanilla defense that showed nothing. Nothing to see here at all that means anything. Now, if North Side stomps a mudhole on Snider opening night then there will be something to see!!!
  6. The next reclassification

    I think what PSAboy is saying as a fan of Snider is that most of us would much prefer Snider stay in 6A and compete in that class. Nobody is saying 5A is easy, far from it, but we believe that compete well in 6A. Nothing more, nothing less...
  7. Prairie Heights has had between 25-30 players the last few years so they are close to being unable to field a team. 2 years ago they dressed 16 for a first round sectional game
  8. IU-Purdue Recruiting Deadlock

    Brohm is a legit coach who is recruiting at a level Purdue hasn’t seen, but it won’t be sustainable. Brohm will be gone from West Lafayette in the next 2 years for greener pastures and Purdue will return to the bottom tier of the conference. Allen is in s tough spot in Bloomington. He has a lot of enthusiasm for the job, but he has to overcome the ineptitude of a long time of losing. It starts with getting kids to stay in state instead of bolting and they have to start winning those close games they somehow keep losing.
  9. SAC 2018

    i don’t think Homestead is beating Snider, the Panthers would rather lose to Dwenger then Homestead and that should tell you something. Wayne will be a 4-5 win team in the SAC, they don’t have the depth nor the discipline to beat the top of the conference. I do think Snider has the most talent, but they lost 18 starters from last year so it is possible to see them lose to Dwenger. I think Snider will be a run heavy team this year, more so then in the last 5-10 years, and they are pretty big in the trenches. They will also have speed in bunches. It will be fun!!!
  10. SAC 2018

    Snider isn’t losing 2-3 times in the SAC. Wayne isn’t winning the SAC either. I do respect you going out on a limb though. Not enough people around here do that. Props to you!!
  11. SAC 2018

    I see those 4 teams at the bottom of the SAC, probably with North Side at the bottom.
  12. SAC 2018

    As of now, yes. I could see Barnes running the ball quite a bit.
  13. SAC 2018

    While it is early and the injury bug could bite, Snider is the top team heading into the season. I see Dwenger and Homestead next with a drop off after that. The Snider defense will be tough and I look for the Snider running game to be really diversified this year.
  14. Have to start with the greatest player in Indiana history: Rod Woodson
  15. 6A Football

    There will be some new blood, but it’s too early to say if it will make a big difference. I expect a lot more of a dual threat quarterback this year with less passing and more speed. I think the Panthers will be stout defensively and will try and run the ball down teams throats. We will see if it is successful...