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  1. CG is good on a continuous basis, Kokomo is not... outside of CG and possibly Kokomo the competition is weak.. just like outside of CN, the competition is weak for CE, even tho Floyd and Bedford were both ranked in the top 10 of 5A last year at some point.
  2. Again, past years, next years, 10 years... just about the same schedules between the 2... weak.. I’ll enjoy those dots my man. I sincerely apologize about your feelings tho. Good Luck to New Pal and Coach Ralph, I know they have got criticized in the past for some of their scores but that’s not their fault. You play til the whistle blows and continue to do so!
  3. When did I mention this coming year? I said they play a weak schedule, and they have. It will get a little stronger this year but will still be in the 70-80 range right around what CE plays... so again.... show me where I’m wrong. Obviously you got your feelings hurt... Captain, I agree to an extent playing some bigger schools (enrollment wise) can sometimes help, but continuous beat downs of some of them just shows that size is only a #. Ralph has done something great considering what he’s turned the program into.
  4. Okay... I’m wrong.. Still, the schedule will be as weak as Columbus East’ schedule... better? ;) CG is a great pick up! I’m not saying they aren’t, but outside of that, Kokomo is your strongest opponent, and they just came off one of their best seasons of the program. Do they sustain it?
  5. The other 7 teams... Kokomo is not even comparable to CN.. CG is.. like I said the schedule is about the same as CE’s... Sagarin, I believe CE plays a tougher schedule... so yea... Weird. Sagarin agrees with what I said... seems like I’ve been pretty on Target the last 2 years when it comes to CE, maybe not with New Pal, but like I’ve said... they have been lucky to be put in the North.. not sure if that hurts your feelings, but I truly don’t care. Weird that the last 3-4 years New Pal’s schedule has been weaker than CE’s (like I said in my previous post) so again, I’m right, you just didn’t like the comment I made.
  6. I agree, in the Regular Season they won’t. They play as weak as a schedule as CE plays outside of CE playing Columbus North. It will be interesting to see how they play come sectional time. Zionsville will be very good.
  7. New Pal will be a top 7-8 team this year.. like I have said, depth seems to hit them.. they had 2 outstanding classes, but the depth has hampered them in some of the other years.
  8. 5a

    Columbus East might drop down a little but it won’t be by a ton.. Offensive Line will be big and strong like it is every year. RB’s will be McDonald (kid is a stud) and Grewie. QB will be Gilley (which is also a D1 baseball prospect. They return both kids that were on the Jr All State team on Defense.. Usual suspects will be up top. Columbus East, Cathedral, Roncalli, New Pal, B-South (depending on what they return)
  9. Best Chances for 2018 Title

    Problem with New Pal is depth.. they usually have half of the players your top 5A programs have. I see them moving down to 4A after this year. Being in the North might help them to accumulate enough points to stay, had they still been in the South they would have an extremely hard time getting any points to stay.
  10. Evans Brothers Leave Central

    So you’re saying it was on their list? I figured it was.
  11. Evans Brothers Leave Central

    I figured they wanted to get away from East Central (if they were lucky enough to get there again to face EC, they were going to get throttled even worse next year) EC is going to be ungodly next year.
  12. Columbus north

    He’s not leaving CN, I can tell you that right now. I live in Columbus, and outside of a few parents that want kids to have it easy, majority of parents like him.
  13. Central vs East Central

    I’m a gambling man and went 1 for 1 on bets this year... $50 says EC makes it to State next year. Loser donates to the GID fund in honor of the winner.... what do you think @Coach Nowlin?
  14. Central vs East Central

    I’d try to get away from East Central and what they have returning next year if I were them as well. EC is going to state again, you can book that.