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  1. Schools need to put their big boy pants on and eliminate the ability of out of season coaches to even invite players to practices when they are in another season. Problem solved!
  2. Kyran Husk - Evansville Bosse - 6'2 225 - T/DE
  3. Muda is on the money here. When there is real money on the line, then it is time to get every call right. Missed calls are part of the game. Let the kids play and we can teach them the lesson that is associated with something not going their way once in a while!
  4. in most cases, talent finds the recruiters. They evaluate that talent. Level of competition comes into play, but after measurable information is looked at. I talk with D1 recruiters all of the time. Your last statement is more false now than it has ever been. At one time, 1A-3A players had a terrible time getting recognition. Now with recruiting happening the way it does, individual statistics matter less than they ever have.
  5. This is not an accurate statement. D1 recruiters use 6A as a measuring tool. If you are a cut above at the 6A level, that is just more affirmation to them on your ability. However, talent is talent, and the level you play at is less important than it has ever been. IF he rushes for 3000 yards, and does so due to the size, speed, and skill he possesses, he will receive the same type of offer that he would have received had he been playing elsewhere. Please remember, if his skills match the level of the statistics he has put up to this point, D1 recruiters will find him. So long as he is going to the right events and getting noticed in shorts and t-shirts.
  6. The Dundies are at Outback!
  7. Right ... But you must remember that being a good/great football player is only half of this award! Much emphasis is placed upon both Academics and Community Service/Involvement.
  8. Colts Center is under construction.
  9. Griddy's banquet is in Lebanon on April 15. The winners will be announced at the banquet and released the following day.
  10. MUCH more difficult to organize any other time! We cannot compete with basketball in this state. And finding a facility with dorms and organizing the event during the school year would be a logistical nightmare.
  11. Here they are! All Star Game North Roster 2018.pdf All Star Game South Roster 2018.pdf
  12. Richmond New Coach

    Coach Lewis is just the type of guy that can succeed in Richmond. He will bring his energetic, blow horn yelling self into the building and try to get people excited! Congratulations to Coach Lewis, Richmond and Coach Cochren on a great hire!
  13. Purdue Basketball

    Boy ... Was he good last night! The dunk in traffic that was a top play on SC this morning was incredible! His emergence has been nothing short of outstanding. P.S. I really believe that Illinois will be a top half BIG team next year and really good!
  14. Purdue Basketball

    First wave survived ... This article from Yahoo Sports seems to be pretty sweeping and all encompassing. Neither Purdue or IU are mentioned. I doubt that means the smoke is clear, as there are other heads besides that will probably roll, but not being in this article is encouraging! https://sports.yahoo.com/exclusive-federal-documents-detail-sweeping-potential-ncaa-violations-involving-high-profile-players-schools-103338484.html I have always thought MP to be running a clean program, and as much as I dislike IU, I never pegged Coach Cream as dirty!