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  1. Sub 11 wind aided hand times! They are 11.3 FAT kids. That's still fast, but let's be realistic. If you are running under 11.0 FAT you will place in the state. None of these 3 will even make it there.
  2. I'm saying to beat Pioneer you are going to have to stop them first, then worry about scoring points - in that order!
  3. I believe the HNAC order will go by best defense to worst. Panthers then Redskins then everyone else. If I'm at the bottom of the league my focus is developing a defensive scheme and running it 3rd-12th grades. I think too many teams spend too much time on offense in practice vs building really sound defensive fundamentals. No one has ever lost a game 0-0! Until a HNAC team builds a better defense than the Panthers, they will continue their all-time undefeated streak in conference play.
  4. Is today Wednesday? I love my job so much I lost track, but haven't seen the list posted yet!
  5. Best Chances for 2018 Title

    55 seniors.... every time I've seen that since Regionals last fall I'm amazed. Crazy.
  6. Is it called "RICE" field because you could grow rice there?
  7. EC just got even better, and everyone else who doesn't have it fell further behind.
  8. Wondering if anyone is looking for a week 5 non-conference game? Either needs a game or looking to change things up? It's spring time and I just had a little birdie tell me that Pioneer is interested for 2018 only or 2018 & beyond. Home or away makes no difference.
  9. LCC has a new coach

    But upon researching the program via Hudl highlights, Nay's excitement to inherit a program known for its dominance of Class A over the last decade was hard to hide. "That wasn't a 4-8 team. The film does not lie. Every coach knows that," Nay said. "Looking at the results and getting introduced to the players through film, some things just didn't go their way at times, but I felt like they were in positions to win all but probably two of those football games last year." I don't see where that answer fits your proposed question LCCAlum?
  10. LCC has a new coach

    He says in article he felt like CC was in position to win all but 2 games last fall. I'd like to know which 2 he felt those were? Obviously, he must have fast forwarded through a few of those videos of other games.
  11. 2018 1A

    Next man up! Thats where the program is right now at this point in time. That will change in another year.
  12. Follow up article in local paper with a couple quotes showing the mindset of the Panthers just a few weeks removed from the state championship game. I guess the celebration/rest & recovery phase is over. Time to get back to work!!
  13. Pioneer runs both midline and inside/outside veer... depending on the DL alignment our QB has full command to check to the best play. So in general terms we'll say we are a Wing-T and a "midline/veer" team. Mike Johnson was strictly traditional Wing-T at Pioneer. Adam Berry uses the Wing-T as our base offense, and then has deviated with some other plays like midline/veer that take advantage of some defensive alignments WHILE expanding the role of our best players.