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  1. Best Chances for 2018 Title

    Shouldn't be a problem for New Pal since they are not in the same sectional.
  2. I don't know anything beyond the result on the field as listed on the Harrell website, but Hanover Central is 25-15 over the past 4 years including a 10-1 season a couple of years ago.
  3. Lawrence Central Filled

    I found the Kerry Coombs paragraph a bit puzzling because I'm not sure what the implication is, but more so because Kerry Coombs moved on to the greener pastures of the NFL about 3 weeks ago so he won't be recruiting for Ohio State or anybody else for the foreseeable future.
  4. Thought this would be posted already, but here it is: http://www.kokomotribune.com/sports/football-colby-retiring-after-seasons-as-kats-coach/article_37f3c1a6-1068-11e8-bfa7-ebe6105a688e.html
  5. Once again, you make a broad, sweeping generalization and only provide one bit of anecdotal evidence. Please provide actual, legitimate statistical evidence that football is being "de-emphasized as a primary sport" . . . "across the state". Also, what insight do you have that indicates "AD's around the state would pull the plug on football?"
  6. Yes, but you specifically referred to this particular rule and said that coaches frequently got it totally wrong. I'm curious what that rule actually is and how exactly coaches are misunderstanding it. i know that one post refers to a 3 yard cushion past the LOS and another said it was 2. I tried to look it up in the NHSF rule book and found no mention of the 2-3 yard cushion. Maybe I missed something??
  7. Now you've got me curious. In what way are coaches totally wrong in their understanding of this rule? I've always thought it was pretty clear and easy to understand.
  8. Other than yourself, how many are entering the "contraction era"? Broad based statistics rather than anecdotal evidence of this or that individual school ending a football program (or use of vague generalizations like "many") would help to fortify your claim.
  9. Peebles to Cathedral

    Pot meet kettle.
  10. Peebles to Cathedral

    Grammar Police? No. I think what you most likely intended to say was 'The Connotation-Denotation Police.'
  11. Peebles to Cathedral

    Yes, but really it is not what it is. How is this validation?
  12. Peebles to Cathedral

    The word "rightfully" does not indicate suggestion of some action. It indicates that those acting were justified in what they were doing. As in--if it had actually happened as you described, the authorities at LC were justified in their action. Rightfully: having a valid or just claim, as to some property or position; legitimate; equitable or just, as actions or a cause; proper; appropriate; fitting
  13. Peebles to Cathedral

    Please clarify. What was erroneous about my interpretation? What did you include that indicated it was a suggestion?
  14. Peebles to Cathedral

    How it the world would anybody interpret your original post as a "suggestion" of something that might have happened? You made no indication whatsoever that it was a "suggestion".
  15. Define "frequently", supply specific and current evidence that it occurs, connect it directly to public schools in Indiana, and the general claim may gain some credence. The evidence you've provided is limited and fairly indirect at best.