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Eye in the Sky

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  1. Should be a classic! Memorial 31 Gibson Southern 35
  2. 5 years ago today the Gibson Southern Titans won their first ever Sectional Championship, in Overtime against.... the Memorial Tigers. Lets hope this game is as exciting as that one was!
  3. Thought I was being pretty generous giving them 7 or 14. Think it will be VERY hard for them to move the ball tonight. Hoping for a great time. Hope the weather won't be used for excuses afterwards no matter the outcome. Good luck to both teams and hope for no injuries so next week against Memorial will be a great one.
  4. Changing my prediction a little. GS - 50 Vincennes - 7
  5. Since Coach Hart took over, GS has been a team that heavily relied on their skill players making plays. The offensive line seemed to always be something that held them back. This year, they have the great athletes AND a great offensive line. That's the difference in this game. Keys to the game: 1. GS controlling the line of scrimmage on offense and defense. 2. Kotter and Obermeyer going up against MUCH smaller corners. 3. Time of Possession. Teams that have beaten GS in the past tend to control the clock, and keep the ball away from their offense. To me, that's not the strength of the Vincennes offense. They wanna get big chunk plays. Prediction: Vincennes will score on a few big plays, but more possessions in the game means more points for GS. GS - 63 VL - 21
  6. Sectional 32

    What's the word on the Vincennes suspensions/injuries? Are they back to full strength?
  7. Big 8

    Boonville 28 - Princeton 21 Jasper 35 - Mt. Carmel 14 Mt. Vernon 13 - Scottsburg 21 Washington 0 - Vincennes 42
  8. Big 8

    Mt. Carmel has been decimated with injuries/transfers/suspensions. They are currently playing without their overall best player and D1 TE Marcotte, 3 best O lineman (1 is a JR who transferred to Gibson Southern, the other 2 are injured and were all conference as FRESHMAN. The depth on the O line and D line have really showed. I believe in the Washington game, the Hatchets were without a few of their top skilled kids. The Aces aren't a horrible team, just young, injured, and lack a lot of depth. But they better not feel sorry for themselves as the Wildcats head to the Snakepit this week.
  9. Titans name the score. The Vikings punch in a couple late. 63-21
  10. Big Eight 2017

    Who/Where do all of the Big 8 teams scrimmage this Friday?
  11. Sectional 32

    Pike Central @ Washington -3 Evansville Memorial -6.5 @ Gibson Southern Vincennes Lincoln -10 @ Mt. Vernon Sullivan -10 @ Princeton
  12. If Memorial can't beat Gibson Southern this year, with Gibson Southern only having a handful of seniors and a backup QB, they probably won't for a long long time.
  13. Well they were down 24-3 at half. And lost 38-10. So their second half was better than their first....
  14. Heritage Hills is battle tested. Not sure the Titans are. GS's problem stopping the run against Princeton has me wondering. If HH gets in the bone, will GS be able to get them off the field? HH by far the best defense the Titans have seen this year. GS has also had some problems with penalties early in the year. HH winning here twice 2 years ago will have the Patriots playing with confidence. Keys to the game: 1. Time of possession - Can the Titans get the Patriots off the field? 2. Big Plays - HH will make GS drive the ball down the field. They rarely give up big plays. Could penalties be drive stoppers for the Titans? 3. Conditioning - We are in week 6, but game time temp will be in the 80's. Hope the boys stay hydrated and each team has their best 11 on the field. Been pretty spot on with some of my predictions this year.... HH - 21 GS - 14