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eschnur66

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  1. This has the makings of a great event. I am excited that I get to be a part of it, and hope it is something that becomes bigger in the future! Really excited for Sunday!
  2. Mercy Rule

    I have thought that the following explanation would clarify some of the confusion with the "quarters" aspect of this mercy rule discussion. If a player participates in three quarters of a varsity game (disregarding special teams play) they would then be ineligible to participate in any lower level play for the remainder of that week. However, if a player does not participate in more than two quarters of varsity playing time, they would then be allowed to participate in the lower level contest in its entirety. This rule would then place a cap on the total quarters that a player could participate in at 6 per week. *The same regulation would apply with regard to a player who participates in both JV and Freshman games.
  3. Mercy Rule

    Once the score barrier is broken, and the clock begins to run, you will not go backwards.
  4. SemiState Scores

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  5. Football is an entirely different animal than every other sport. Therefore, there is no way that the football tournament can be set up like every other tournament. However, beginning in the regional round there are plenty of open neutral sites that would be great places to host games. Because of the nature of the all-in system, there is no legitimate reason to use a luck of the draw excuse for hosting a tournament game once the field has been reduced by two-thirds.
  6. BIG and physical fronts on both sides of the ball. And a little tiny (5'3/185,) but very fast, bowling ball at running back that has gotten almost no publicity and just continues to dart left and right and run for yard after yard.
  7. Suggested rule change

    I think that you are correct in your suggestion. Really we are only splitting hairs on this topic, and the semantics of it are what we will discuss as a coaches association. Thank you for your views and suggestions.
  8. Suggested rule change

    My thought is that if a kid is good enough to "play" in three varsity quarters, he must be a varsity player. So if he plays in three, why not in four? The six quarter stipulation is just to cap the rule so that people cannot abuse the rule. However, the key would be the struggle for programs on the far ends of the spectrum winning by a lot or losing by a lot, they can now sub in the third quarter without jeopardizing their younger players opportunity in the next JV/Frosh game.
  9. Suggested rule change

    If a player participates in three quarters of a varsity game (disregarding special teams play) they would then be ineligible to participate in any lower level play for the remainder of that week. However, if a player does not participate in more than two quarters of varsity playing time, they would then be allowed to participate in the lower level contest in its entirety. This rule would then place a cap on the total quarters that a player could participate in at 6 per week. *The same regulation would apply with regard to a player who participates in both JV and Freshman games. I have been thinking about this for a while. I think that I have a really feasible solution here. Thoughts...
  10. He has some OUTSTANDING young coaches and mentors on his staff as well. Craig Henderson is someone I have the utmost respect for. We coached together at WL Harrison, and he is no doubt a huge part of their success as I am sure others are as well! Hopeful Jeff takes advantage of the opportunity!
  11. I was not sure the name of the school, but thought I would give it a shot! I was hoping that the WWII reference would not fall upon deaf ears. I played there many times growing up and through high school, and have coached there a couple of times in the past as well. Cool stadium, but I hate it. Probably because I have never won anything there. It is the type of place that provides a particularly distinct home field advantage. Good luck to both teams!
  12. Do not forget the aspect of having to go play on that WWII Battle field behind Clark School. No one's favorite place to go, and I will bet that not a single player from GS has ever even seen it.