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  1. Thanks for your work. Very interesting. I wonder how a long established football state, Ohio, can seed their tourney and Indiana doesn’t seem to think it’ll work? Too many basketball first people still in positions of authority in the IHSAA.
  2. Sectional 8

    As I understand the suspension, Coach Bless can participate in all team preparations and practices but not coaching games. I find that rather odd.
  3. Conference Indiana - Week Nine

    I’m not sure you can say 2 Pump is correct on North not doing anything. Legally, all teachers are employees of the BCSC not the school they teach or coach at. Personnel issues are a central office duty. I seriously doubt the North principle would suspend a teacher or coach without support or approval of the central office. Because the official announcement came from the BCSC doesn’t necessarily mean the North administration did or didn’t do anything. Unless 2 Pump works at the BCSC central office, his thoughts on who favored suspensions is just his opinion, likely based on rumor.
  4. Conference Indiana - Week Nine

    Agree on the reporting by the Republic. The two incorrect comments by 2 Pump were North would not do anything and the assistant coach had resigned. This is a volatile situation and reckless rumor spreading does nothing but muddy the water. Only the truth will give us a clear view of what happened and what’s going on.
  5. Conference Indiana - Week Nine

    According to the article in The Republic, the two coaches are suspended for the Jeffersonville game. More evidence? I wouldn’t use 2 Pump n Dump as a source, since his first two posts had incorrect information in them. He’s going for a hat trick.
  6. Cathedral vs Roncalli

    Will the winner of the Roncalli - Cathedral game make it to the state final game? Are they favorite to win?
  7. Conference Indiana - Week Nine

    Wow! South really has had lots of injuries this year. That sectional is wide open now.
  8. Conference Indiana - Week Nine

    Any word on the status of South's QB? I would think without him, South might be in trouble.
  9. You’re not being realistic thinking the MIC membership won’t change. Everything changes eventually. The MIC membership changed in the last five years. At some point, some one will think they can improve their situation somewhere else. Loyalty only goes so far, then everyone becomes selfish.
  10. Martinsville Artesians

    I can’t believe how quickly you’ve thrown the Panthers under the bus. All purple and white with a shaker in both hands until they lose a few close games. I’ll be shocked if South doesn’t win the sectional easily. Granted it’s a weak sectional this year. Martinsville is about third at best in that sectional.
  11. All colleges have trouble with “criminals”. Some athletes do a good job of hiding their true character. Some coaches do invite questionable people to be in their programs. Some kids turn their lives around. . . . some don’t. If a college dresses 80 kids for a game, 90% of them are good people. There are some bad people everywhere.
  12. I think some time these guys would be better off staying close to home. I always felt Kiel hurt his chances by bouncing around.
  13. I could see the four eastern members of Conference Indiana joining with Brebref, Chatard, Guerin, and Roncalli to form an eight school conference. The Terre Hautes play in Conference Indiana only because CI needed two schools when Lawrence Central and Pike joined the MIC.
  14. The last week of the regular season Bloomington North at Terre Haute South In what could be a close game, TH South wins 21-14 Columbus North at Southport The two teams in second place of Conference Indiana play. In what should be the best game of the night, C. North wins 28-14 Franklin Central at Terre Haute North FC can clinch the CI title in their final game in the conference. FC wins 24-21 Perry Meridian at Bloomington South Perry’s final Conference Indiana game. B. South wins 21-0
  15. Franklin Central Goes For Win #400

    Until this year, Franklin Central hasn’t been very good in the last twenty years except the time Lance Scheib was head coach. He had some good teams. It will be interesting to see if FC can maintain the success they’ve enjoyed this year as they move to the HCC.