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  1. Week # 8 in the N.I.C.

    Bremen will beat Jimtown. Penn all over Elkhart Central. New Prairie will name the score against Glenn. Marian's offense has vanished, Mishawaka by a couple of TD's. Adams and Washington will be a very entertaining game. Eagles in a tight one. Riley will beat Clay easily. SJ and CMA is the most interesting game of the week. SJ has played a much tougher schedule and are playing well right now. SJ by a touchdown
  2. 2017 Hoosiers

    Driven, please crawl back in the hole you've been in. You have never been a fan of Tom Allen. The talent in Bloomington is better than is has been. Yesterday, IU turned the ball over 4 times. You're not gonna win a lot of games turning it over that many times, much less against a team of Penn States caliber. Let's wait and see how the balance of the season plays out. I still see 7 wins.
  3. 2017 Hoosiers

    Tough week heading to PSU. Hopefully, some of what IU did last Saturday will still be there against an much tougher opponent.
  4. NIC Week # 7

    This could end up being quite the shoot out. I'm not sure that SJ will stop Mishawaka's ground game and SJ's passing game could give Mishawaka fits. I'll take SJ 35-32.
  5. St Joe over Elkhart in a back and forth battle. John Glenn in a close one. Jimtown in a upset. New Prairie wins by 2 scores. Penn and Mishawaka both roll. Riley wins, but it will be decided by less than 7 points.
  6. The Marian-Jimtown game will be closer than 20 points.
  7. N.I.C. Week # 3

    Should be a real good close game. SJ have a lot of their lineman playing both ways and they tend to get tired in the 4th quarter.
  8. NIC Week 2

    Game day. Good luck to all the NIC teams.
  9. Drop in football participation

    A kid that plays one season and decides that football is not what he likes is not a quitter. He is someone who committed to his team and teammates to try for that season and ultimately decided that football wasn't for him. I have always respected a kid that does this. On the other hand, when someone quit in the middle of the season that kid is a quitter. This is just not for football, it is for all sports and activities. If you start something you should finish it.
  10. Game day. Good luck to all the NIC teams.
  11. 2017 Hoosiers

    Interesting, very interesting......
  12. 2017 Hoosiers

    I'm heading down for this game. It's going to be a big night in Bloomington. I have heard the game is close to a sell out, so the atmosphere should be electric. My hope is the Hoosiers play well and don't get blown out on national television.
  13. All the rumors that I've heard has Elkhart staying in the NIC. The new school should be pretty good at all sports if they get everyone one the field/court. Which school that would jump to the NLC? My guess it would have to be one of the "newbies", New Prairie, Jimtown, John Glenn or Bremen. Nothing surprise me anymore, but Mishawaka in the NLC. That would surprise me!!
  14. Notre Dame's 7 on 7 is Saturday. What NIC teams will be in attendance?