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Dan Jones

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  1. Yes its not like Eric Moore just started coaching a year ago. Yet all it takes is a few baby butt soft parents, who have no idea about what athletics is all about, to cause enough of a stink to ruin a man's reputation and career. Because more and more so-called "administrators" are chicken blank cowards, who also have no idea about what athletics are all about. We are in a sad state of affairs today. And its only getting worse.
  2. Sagamore Conference 2018

    People are going to realize just how important Stevens and Burton were to Danville's success. On both sides of the ball and in the return game. Stevens himself won them 3-4 games the past 2 years. That is hard to replace. And Hiland's creativity was highly underrated at QB. Those numbers he put up likely won't be duplicated no matter who the QB is. I think Webo has a fighting chance this year to win the conference. TW looks like they will be down. But have some really talented freshmen and sophomores coming. Lebanon will likely be mediocre. Nobody else will be any good.
  3. He better be a lot better then "fine" at Ben Davis. Be interesting to see who ends up having the better head coaching careers between the new hires at LC and BD.
  4. Arm strength is the most overrated trait for any QB at any level. Trubisky, with the right personnel and coaching staff around him, can be really good. Same deal with Garoppolo. I'd rather watch the "new NFL QB prototype" then see a bunch of statues like Steve Bono's and Wade Wilson's throwing 3 yard passes in some old, tired west-coast offense all day long. Thank goodness offensive football in college (which is now like usual, being mimicked in the NFL) has given us a new era of offensive football.
  5. Except the fact that Russell Wilson won a championship and would have won a 2nd, if his coach not called the worst play in the history of football. The game has changed so that antiquated notion that "athletic QB's" can't win is about gone. And btw, Baker Mayfield is nowhere close to a "running QB". He's as much a pocket QB as anyone else coming out. He's not even that great a runner to begin with.
  6. Best Chances for 2018 Title

    For some teams/coaches, it depends on how recruiting season has gone. There are some truly crooked programs in the state of Indiana.
  7. Lawrence Central Filled

    Well he was coaching a pseudo-college program at Moeller. Good hire for LC though.
  8. Marion Local is on another couple of levels from smaller Indiana schools. Woodlan will likely be in for a long night.
  9. If you were a Big 10 caliber player and had options, why would you go to Indiana or Purdue anyway?

    I think if a player wins the Mr. Football Award at his position, he probably ought to be good enough to be the class representative at said position for the AP All State team.
  11. Markese Stepp

    No it won't be fine. IU's offense was good when Kevin Wilson was coaching there. He's gone and we'll never see them approach what they had. IU is going nowhere but backward. Others in similar situations (Purdue, Nebraska and Maryland) all either have better head coaches or recruit better players. And they'll never approach Penn State, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Northwestern and Wisconsin anytime soon. Very soon they'll be much closer to Illinois and Minnesota then they are the legit teams in the conference. Congrats to Stepp going to USC. A former IU assistant (who also left when Wilson was canned) gets a good prospect to tutor.
  12. Mid State

    You might see it. But it ain't gonna happen.
  13. Mid State

    Mooresville isn't going anywhere.
  14. Markese Stepp

    IU's offense has gone downhill (and will continue to go that way) because they lost their 2 best position coaches (OL and RB) and because like him or not, Kevin Wilson knew offense. IU is on the downslide from mediocre. Which isn't good.
  15. Peebles to Cathedral

    Good move. Peebles is a Cathedral guy and knows he can win big there. In 6A, if you aren't at Ben Davis, Warren Central, Carmel or Center Grove you are just wasting your time if you are trying to win a state championship. Its a 4 school class.