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  1. 1A Week 6 Look- In!

    Always have and always will enjoy your posts, MP.
  2. 1A Week 6 Look- In!

    I'd take a second to mention Linton's presence on the GID, but they'll be here shortly to remind you.
  3. Wabash River Conference Week 6

    Of the nine losses under Crabtree, the Falcons have been limited to two scores or less seven times. Of those seven losses, six ended with one score or a shutout of the normally high-powered offense. There are a lot of variables that go into the final result of a football game, but I think the opponents should be given credit. You know NV is well-prepared going into each game, so for this to be somewhat of a trend, the opposition is coming up with a good game plan also.
  4. 1A Week 6 Look- In!

    Says who? You? For as much as you go around questioning why certain schools no longer have GID reps, I'd think you wouldn't be so quick to cut down someone's personal opinion. That could be a turnoff to some, ya know?
  5. Yes, Danville is a quality squad with several athletes on the field, pretty typical for Big 12 schools. Fun fact, Danville currently has one linebacker in the NFL (Cut by Chiefs after a few seasons, picked up by Dolphins) and one receiver playing in the SEC at Vandy. Up to this point, they've played opponents with a combined record of 3-13 so the verdict is still out on how they'll finish in the conference. Bloomington High School is the Purple Raiders, historically a pretty good team but have put out a below average to average product as of late. Best of luck to you guys tonight. I'll keep rooting for you and keeping an eye on the score while watching NV at Attica and making my way down to Seeger at FC.
  6. How are things looking for tonight with your trip to Champaign? I watched Central play Danville, IL in person a few weeks ago. I'd think despite lining up against a school with more than twice your enrollment, you have to feel pretty good about the matchup.
  7. Of the 1a teams that you have watched/learned about this season, who jumps out at you as a potential dark horse? Like many, I had Pioneer and Lutheran picked at the end of last year to represent their respective parts of the state at Lucas Oil this season. Of course, I feel like there is always that chance that LCC can put together a good ballgame and push Pioneer to the edge. But, any other teams have a true shot at Kiser and Co in the north? With Linton earning the right to move up (yes, earning...be honored), that kind of left LuHi as a default for me in the south. What are your thoughts?
  8. ???IFCA poll???

  9. Wabash River Conference Week 6

    Ha! Touche'....I just tossed that out there because I remember RoxFan and another GID member had plans to chitchat over a cup of coffee....
  10. Wabash River Conference Week 6

    RoxFan, is that you?
  11. Wabash River Conference Week 6

    I just feel like the 2013 team was a little more solidified up front, a little more dynamic on the edge, and had fewer positions to hide defensively. I can't disagree with your stand regarding the 2014 team, as that was a magical year. In order to accomplish such a feat requires a lot of stars to align - avoiding injuries, having the ball bounce your way, and having your opponent timely drop a 100 yard interception for a touchdown The good thing here is that we are able to have this discussion because the NV program has recently been able to put together some successful teams. Go Blue!
  12. Wabash River Conference Week 6

    Just my personal opinion. I'd take the 2013 team over any of the teams in Crabtree's tenure, and any for the last 25 years for that matter. For conversation purposes, not anything argumentative, which team ranks on top of your NV totem pole? And no, Attica did not win the sectional that year....but Leon Spinks didn't defend his boxing title after defeating Muhammad Ali either....
  13. DAWGs Half Dozen

    My thoughts exactly. That was a fun team to watch.
  14. Wabash River Conference Week 6

    Indianapolis Attucks at Covington - Hearing some unfortunate rumors coming from Trojan Land. I've admired the job that Coach Brown has done from a program-building standpoint with having to fight soccer and dealing with several of the best athletes holding out for basketball. I still don't see Covington losing this game, winning a close one 21-20. North Vermillion at Attica - The Ramblers upending the best Falcon team ever hit the field in 2013 will always fuel NV in this matchup. I'm taking the road team 42-22 Riverton Parke at Turkey Run - This is the first game on the journey of the Panthers being the 2017 Parke Co champions. 34-20 Rockville at South Vermillion - 47-7 Seeger at Fountain Central - 54-13
  15. Bizarre thread. Was unaware this was a trend. I could have played in the NFL, btw....just ask me