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  1. Kramer is the most fascinating character on Seinfeld- Elaine is a close 2nd.
  2. We know exactly what you mean by bro culture and who you voted for president.
  3. I'll be interested to see if the participants think this was a worthwhile experience and a good value for their investment.
  4. This is obviously an attempt to fire up the Danville nation but you are very knowledgeable and must have watched film of both teams extensively.
  5. Looks like Danville is about 75% run. Is that a fair assessment? Much better run than pass team??
  6. Central vs East Central

    Evansville Central didn't have school today. The travel shouldn't have been an issue. It was a predictable ending for a talented but undisciplined team.
  7. You are absolutely correct Hoops coach. Any rule that stipulates that a senior that has dedicated the past 4 years of his life to a program that was living out a dream season, cannot even sit in the STANDS to watch his brothers play a game, is a rule that needs to be changed. People thought Jim Crow rules were just at the time. I would have more respect for a coach that showed more compassion and loyalty to the injured senior. If there is no avenue where that player is permitted to watch that game, then I fault the admiration for poor site based management.
  8. I "think" Gibson Southern will win the game but I don't think it will be over by half-time as you indicated. I didn't realize critical thinking was taboo on this thread. The fact that most of GS's games were over by halftime make them less battle tested ( thru no fault of their own.)
  9. Reitz vs Central Part 2

    Yes- few people have your unique life experiences I'm sure.
  10. Think you're wrong. Gibson Southern's schedule makes them tricky to evaluate.
  11. Reitz vs Central Part 2

    Most people do not realize that the toughest part of Coach Owen's job occurs during the week with one potential crisis after another. People aren't privy to some of difficult decisions and balancing act he must perform on Tuesday's and Wednesday's. If you walked in his shoes for a few days, you might have more empathy and respect for him.
  12. Circus at Evansville Central

    Perhaps the Central kids will read these comments and make some changes. It's really just a hand full of kids penalizing everyone. Most of the Bears are busy kicking butt. Their off and def linemen are tough as nails. With a little attitude adjustment the Bears could take Coach Owen all the way to the finals in his last year.
  13. Circus at Evansville Central

    Central players were totally out of control. Coach Owen made a deal with the devil.
  14. Slot man comes out and gets on blocking path to block corner- man covering him thinks it's the same screen he's seen multiple times before. Man covering slot comes up to make tackle on screen- next thing he knows he's beat deep. This happens on a lot of play-action in man cover when the def backs start peeking into the backfield instead of staying focused on their man.