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  1. You are correct on Young. Dellinger TE, Snider, has some D1 & D2 I believe.
  2. who won game and are stats available anywhere?
  3. Mishawaka to NLC

    SAC has three, when you consider Concordia.
  4. 1992 Snider team needs to be on list IMO
  5. Mishawaka to NLC

    Does the NLC have another team in mind as well to make it a 10 team conference? Or are they extending offer do to Memorial, once consolidation happens will move out/to the NIC?
  6. SAC 2018

    That is the thinking I'm after, but I'm guessing SAC will always (if they stay as is) have a 9 game in conference schedule. Snider plays well above their weight in 6A but have hard time competing when it comes to the semi and then state. They have fighting chance at regional but are then facing Indy area team in most cases. It will be interesting to see if they petition to stay in 6A after this year. Not sure what they need to do to obtain points to stay at that level, but I'm guessing they need to win semi state, which I think is a poor bet that they get far.
  7. SAC 2018

    Statmurp, I'm very familiar with the SAC and history. Grew up in FWA and attended Snider. I have made statements about splitting SAC into 2 divisions of 5, each team plays 4 teams in their division, have a yearly "rival cross over game" and then play one or two other out of division game, or a 2 year rotation of two teams from other division. Then at end of year have a seeded set of games for 1st, 3rd,, 5th, etc. That is seven or eight in conference games, leaving teams the ability to schedule a OOC "out of conference" game or two. Maybe I'm just "near sighted" in thinking of only Snider, Dwenger and Luers, but those are usually the teams from the SAC that make yearly runs on the postseason. Adding Homestead has been a good addition along with Carroll, but those two teams are usually playing for 3 to 4th place in conference it seems. I could see the two divisons being something like this: Snider Homestead Luers South Side Northrop Dweneger Carroll Wayne North Side Concordia Or Better yet, add New Haven and Leo to SAC and have 5 divison games, 1 yearly rival cross over, and then seeded tourney on week 9, leaving room for 2 or 1 (if you play another out of division game ) OCC games. If you like my idea, please vote me in as next commissioner of the SAC conference
  8. SAC 2018

    Just thinking out load. When we the SAC, if ever, scale back league play so teams can play out of conference calls. It was announced this week, or last, that Penn has scheduled a 4 year match up with St. Xavier, three time Ohio state champ. Penn has also scheduled Homewood Floosmoor in 2019 (IL power) and Indy Cathedral in a year or two. Those are some big time match ups. I'm thinking more and more that teams like Snider, Dwenger and Luers loose alot when having to play all leagues games, not prepared for deep runs in post season. JMO.
  9. Cathedral and Penn

    Wow, that is a great match-up for the Penn program. So the play St X and HF in 2019 and 2020?
  10. SAC 2018

    Who is best bet for QB, Barnes?
  11. SAC 2018

    I feel it will be a Saints and Panther fight for the title, Luers could surprise and Homestead & Carroll fighting for 3-5 place. I'm assuming Lockett will get first opp at RB for Panthers, Anyone have guess on QB for them? Being a Panther fan, I fear the Saints the most this year, Oct 5th will be interesting. Interesting that Luers will play Dwenger week 7 and then Snider week 9. Concordia will be interesting to follow as well, Mannigel has that program heading in good direction. Doubt they can pop into the top 2-3 of league, put may be able to position a 4th place?
  12. Dude, Indiana produced a 50 all time top NFL player, I would say that's pretty elite.. I think that says a lot. Everyone looks at OH, FL, CA, TX, GA & PA for the top talent. Need to remember those states are 2X, 3X and even 4X larger in population than Indiana. I think Indiana does a good job in producing College and NFL talent for its population base. Most kids are over rated in the high school star ranking system. It's those 3 and 4 star kids that seem to make the big contribution than those 5 stars. No stats to back that up, but bet I'm not too far off
  13. 1 out of 3 make NFL roster and possibly be impact player. I would bet to say the 50% of the 5 star athletes coming out of high school don't have an impacting college career let alone have much success in NFL.
  14. The talent that Clemson can recruit now is on level playing field with Alabama. Hunter is a good QB, but he is not a blue chip 5 star QB. Good move for him to go to Northwestern. I can see him being very successful there, in that system.
  15. Think Snider had relay team at state that consisted of Haupert, not sure who the three other were though.
  16. Think it should be on average classified by average GPA.
  17. Way too close to home

    Please, get off this. Obama was just as bad, if not more.
  18. Yep, he is the best ever to come out of a Indiana high school. I will add, Jaylon Smith has potential to be one if best as well !!
  19. 6A Football

    I'm interested in seeing how Ethan Hoover recovers and comes back. The kid can ball !!
  20. 6A Football

    So, I think they have a good back this year that spelled Covington last year, Lockett I believe. Not sure about QB play though, Barnes, maybe?? Any new blood at skilled positions that didn't play last year/transfers??
  21. 6A Football

    However, I did find it strange than multiple people (not just busting BTF chops) mentioned Westfield (Strong program, great coach, so I get it), but not one person mentioned the program that knocked them out of the playoffs last year. The same program has been on an upward trend the last few years, and is stacked with young talent. Just an observation. Westfield was in rebuilding year last year, goes in cycles at some smaller schools, have a rebuilding year, get good second year and the very good third year. Then cycle starts again.
  22. Homestead is not an option, they are tied up with 9 game SAC conference schedule. I really wish SAC would change that, allow 1 or 2 out of conference games. I think having to play all conference games hurts a few schools in SAC.