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  1. CIC WEEK 8

    Wilson is one of the top athletes in the conference. Only problem is, he usually has hardly enough time to get his fingers on the laces before he has 2 or 3 defenders in his face. Not much you can do at that point but try to run for your life.
  2. I second this. A lot of people probably never watched him play, but Sammy made defenses look silly even though he was smaller than everyone else. He performed admirably against Jaylon Smith and his Luers teammates as well during Smith's senior year. I think he may have broken a few tackles against the future NFL linebacker as well.
  3. CIC Week 3

    Those are awesome numbers. That's great. Kudos to your program for getting kids to come out to play.
  4. CIC Week 3

    I'd be interested to see how many 2A teams have 50 players. I always thought around 30-40 was a great number, but then again that's coming from a guy who has followed schools in rural areas with enrollment on the smaller side of 2A participants.
  5. CIC Week 3

    Ditto to this week's predictions. I don't even feel the need to write my thoughts any more. You nailed them. Also, kudos to you for the reference at the end of the EB vs. Elwood game. The only thing I will add is, I do think McGuire is going to try to turn into the night king from GoT and chuck that rock around like he's leading the white walkers to The Wall to take over Westoros by himself after losing to Lapel last week. This one's for you.
  6. CIC Week 2

    I second this notion. Would be nice to have for basketball and football as well.....
  7. CIC Pick em - Week 1

    Anderson Prep Academy at Frankton Blackford at Jay County Eastbrook at Norwell Elwood at Indy Scecina Madison-Grant at Tipton Mississinewa at Lapel Oak Hill at Eastern (Greentown) Wes-Del at Alexandria
  8. CIC season openers

    You got that right.
  9. CIC season openers

    This reply has nothing to do with what you wrote regarding Ole Miss's first two opponents, i just wanted to applaud you on your avatar. Well done, sir.
  10. CIC Schools questioins

    Agree with this 100%. I'll never forget walking through and around those crowds getting spit on and cussed at as a high school player, lol. They were truly relentless.
  11. CIC PICK EM WEEK # 7

    Elwood Madison Grant Mississinewa Eastbrook Eastbrook
  12. CIC PICK EM WEEK # 6

    Blackford over Alexandria Eastbrook over Oak Hill Frankton over Elwood Mississinewa over MG Game of the week Blackford over Alexandria
  13. CIC PICK EM WEEK 5

    Madison Grant Frankton Oak Hill Eastbrook Eastbrook
  14. CIC PICK EM WEEK 3

    MISSISSINEWA FRANKTON EASTBROOK OAK HILL FRANKTON
  15. CIC PICK EM WEEK 2

    Yep. I was there, and it was abysmal. Aside from a few holes on a handful of plays, there was absolutely nothing to be had offensively. Our line was terrible and they were basically back there in time to get the hand off. Not sure what it was that was mixing them up, because Scecina's defense wasn't really doing anything tricky. Just coming straight ahead, punching them in the mouth, and beating them off the ball. The Elwood linemen were routinely standing around together trying to figure out what was going on while the RB/QB was getting gang tackled.