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  1. Kiser just committed to Notre Dame.
  2. Yeah, I'm aware. They didn't make the championship game though, hence they didn't make the actual finals. That was why I said that.
  3. This is the first state title and finals appearance for a Pioneer program outside of football. Good job to the ladies! Pioneer can win three state titles in one calendar year if the football team repeats.
  4. Pioneer's Jack Kiser, who has offers from a plethora of Big Ten schools and ND, competed in the discus and shot put. West Lafayette DL and Purdue commit George Karlaftis won the shot put.
  5. Hunter Johnson leaving Clemson

    Jack Plummer really impressed me in the spring game with the throws he made and with his accuracy. If Johnson doesn't commit to Purdue, I feel that the future at the QB position for Purdue is very bright. I feel confident that Brohm can snag us a top QB prospect in the future regardless.
  6. I've watched all three multiple times. NZ seemed to be shifty and fast with a bit of power. DA was even faster and shiftier. He had some power, but he didn't always need it because he was so much faster than everyone else. JK is an absolute brute. He's a workhorse who can carry his team on his back if needed. He's a bit slower than the other two, but can be just as shifty. All three were absolute gamebreakers in all three phases of the game. Comparing NZ and JK at the QB position, JK is a better passer. They are both pretty even as far as being running threats. I can't argue against NZ's rings though.
  7. True. It won't change anything. I just don't want to see it happen to another team.
  8. Don't forget that Pioneer should have 3 titles if replay had been used in the 2014 state championship.
  9. Stupid auto correct. It was supposed to say "at the end of the half" LOL I'm sure that there will be many more offers!
  10. Snyder is a good player, as evidenced by Triton's sudden turn around last season. My only question though is this. Does anyone think that Snyder could have made the throw that Kiser did at the end of halftime in Lucas Oil?
  11. Geez Louise, that's absolutely stacked. Add in Rochester and maybe a Winamac or Tipton and this forum will have enough seeding or all-in vs qualification tourney topics to last a few years. Gotta include West Lafayette in 3A led by 4 star Purdue recruit George Karlaftis and younger brother Yanni.
  12. That's awesome and congrats to him. He's put in a lot of hard work. Any idea if Jack is interested in throwing in college? Imagine he and Karlaftis at Purdue.
  13. Did Jack attend a camp recently? I know that last Summer his recruiting started to pick up after some camps, receiving the offers from Iowa, IU, and then Purdue. Now in the past few weeks he's received the MSU and Nebraska offers. He's also visited Northwestern, Wisconsin, and Notre Dame in the past two weeks. I'm really hoping that he picks Purdue, but the powerhouses are now starting to show major interest. It will be a tough decision for sure!
  14. That's a heck of a drive, but I'll walk around Little Nashville and eat at the Hobnob before the game.
  15. IU-Purdue Recruiting Deadlock

    I can only give Burke a thimble of credit because the renovations came a decade too late, after he chased off Tiller.