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eschnur66

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  1. 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!
  2. 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!
  3. I can only imagine what that is doing to the equipment in the concessions, locker rooms, equipment rooms, and whatever else is under those stands. Is this a turf field, or grass?
  4. Imagine some of the opinions here on this board were that to be the case!
  5. They may be naming both North and Central. Not 100% on Central, but North is signed, sealed and delivered! Good things to come on the North Side!
  6. Evans Brothers Leave Central

    Their schedule lists Terre Haute North, or at least I read that somewhere.
  7. What I truly believe is that the percentage of players who do not and will not suffer from CTE is far higher than the percentage that do or will. Right now, there is no research to dispute my claim.
  8. Fact of the matter is that paying higher insurance premiums would not solve anything in terms of the discussion in this thread. CTE is not a right now problem. My insurance premiums would not be accounting for the damage football "might have done" to my kids. I have had three knee surgeries, and a couple broken bones. Fact is that those are the items that eat up insurance plans, not the chance that one could, maybe suffer from CTE in the future.
  9. Sorry, I think that is fairish. Do you pay an exta then if they climb trees, shoot bb guns, ride bikes, etc... I am in a unique situation in our football program here at Bosse, from the standpoint that our feeder league s established and has been around much longer than I have been alive. I am encouraging them to change bi-laws to remove full contact until 5th grade, however people are so very reluctant to make those types of changes. My boys (I have 2 - 4yo and 1.5yo) will not play full contact until AT LEAST 5th grade.
  10. And banning those drugs has not changed the appetite at all.
  11. Doesn't seem to be much talk outside of our little corner of the state about the Miami University commit Mekhi Lairy. He will soon be shattering the career scoring record for the City of Evansville. He sits just 60 points away as of tip-off tonight against Owensboro, KY, so within the next three games there will be a new name atop a list that include names like Purdue stars Bob Ford and Larry Weatherford as well as former All-BIG RB for IU Levron Williams. He could surpass current leader Jeremy Willis (Evansville Day School) as soon as Saturday night against Vinceness Lincoln. Cheers to this incredible accomplishment and hopefully the ride that this Bosse team is capable of taking this community on this winter! http://www.courierpress.com/story/sports/high-school/2018/01/26/bosses-mekhi-lairy-closes-jeremy-willis-all-time-city-scoring-record/1036324001/
  12. Purdue Basketball

    Man are these guys fun to watch! I have had some friends who are fans of Sunday's upcoming opponent talking to me about how Purdue has not played anyone. After seeing them outplay Michigan, as Michigan plays one of their best games of the season last night, I realized that Purdue is leading the nation in margin of victory, so they do not have much of a claim. This team can beat you in so many ways, and I am loving it! BOILER UP PS *@#% IU
  13. All of these are great points. Why is our government continually legislating human apatite. When and how my boys will participate in youth football is my decision, not the governments. Whether they wear a helmet on an ATV, bicycle, etc... is my decision, not the governments.