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  1. If I could give a +10, I would. "...after the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor." The "P&P Debate" will never end.
  2. I think he was on the staff at WC under Wright as well for a time.
  3. Vince Lorenzano (a Cathedral grad) coached many games against his alma mater while at Chatard.
  4. Richmond New Coach

    Man....outside of the names I listed, I only knew what I might read in the Richmond Palladium Item....when I got out of the holler into civilization every 12 months or so. Richmond wasn't giving a small country school the time of day as far as playing them back in the late 70s. Probably a good thing in my case since I enjoy walking without much of a limp today.
  5. Richmond New Coach

    I have to admit, my time was when Hub Etchison ruled and Vagas Ferguson and Roger Frazier ran over (and past) most everyone. Seems like another world.
  6. Richmond New Coach

    Honestly thought it was around 2,000 or more. Just seemed a lot bigger than 1,400 when I played south of Richmond many years back. It was certainly more dominant then.
  7. Richmond New Coach

    Sadly, its Richmond...doesn't really matter. There was a time, though..........I remember (and was playing) when Richmond mattered. I was in Richmond a few months back when Chatard played St. Francis DeSales (Ohio) at Earlham Colllege. Both ranked teams in their respective states. We drove by the Richmond HS field afterward. I couldn't help but think the only HS game played in Richmond that night that mattered was the game at Earlham. Two teams 1/3 to 1/4 the size of Richmond...either of which would have beaten Richmond by 60 points (after having backed off). I found out later Richmond had lost that night...not that it mattered....anyway. Sad state of affairs in Richmond....didn't used to be that way.
  8. Love you Old Time but home or away the Trojans have held up pretty well the last few years. All 678 people in St Leon somehow generate a football factory....something about the corn there.
  9. Me too (although you likely have a a few 100,000 years more than I in making that judgement) Turf is great....though a cautionary tale.
  10. Heh......as a teen hanging out at the dirt tracks in the '70s, the clothing (or lack of) make us almost seem Victorian today. That said, F1 quality in every imaginable sense is world class. Still....long for those dirt track tube top days....almost as much as I do when I didn't need a ladder to go over the rim on the court.
  11. Bob - Agreed. An unfortunate fact of life in today's world (not any different in year's past either, neccesarily) One might have hoped that truth (or some modest accommodation to it) would have some hope of shining a light in this interlinked world...rather it appears to only lend itself to the same old alarmism and mob instinct - which the politicians have always thrived upon.
  12. I'm a "TOS" guy - takes a fair amount of geek to figure that acronym out. Plus, I'm all about hot chicks in miniskirts....still hoping for a tubetop revival as well...though no tubetops in Star Trek (just the oval dirt tracks I attended weekly). Formative years that have scarred me forever. Add that Roddenberry wrote a TON of episodes for arguably the greatest western TV series EVER - "Have Gun Will Travel".
  13. I recognize that this is apparently a proposed State Law but couldn't (wouldn't) the State of Illinois save a lot more young lives if they simply turned their full focus on "fixing" as best they can murderous violence in Chicago (gun deaths and other violence being somewhat more immediate and permanent than possible prospective CTE damage caused by 9 year olds running into one another in helmets and pads). That said, I am sure they have it all figured out. Clearly they are really smart people and know what is most important, though. Certainly smarter and more caring than I......given my brain damage from football. Just ask them.
  14. One of my football coaches had her poster up in his classroom (last I heard he was the superintendent of some school system somewhere in Florida).