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Muda69

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  1. 2017 Indianapolis Colts

    Mr. McDaniels helping the Colt's offense as an O.C. and being a head coach are two different things. And I don't believe he can be successful at doing both at the same time.
  2. 2017 Indianapolis Colts

    And Greg Doyel let's us know his displeasure, and I tend to agree with him: https://www.indystar.com/story/sports/columnists/gregg-doyel/2018/01/15/doyel-colts-expected-hire-josh-mcdaniels-why/1034425001/#/questions
  3. Thank you for showing us that the bro culture has been incubating in society for decades now.
  4. They are two sides of the same coin.
  5. IMHO the bro culture was on full display Sunday evening as evidenced by the antics of one Stefon Diggs of the Minnesota Vikings. After he scores his game winning touchdown against the Saints did Mr. Diggs turn away from the end zone and look for teammates to celebrate with? No, he does not. Does he jump into the stands, aka a "Lambeau leap", so he can share the moment with the adoring fans? No, he does not. What Mr. Diggs does is stop in the end zone. He then removes his helmet and slings it aside, then proceeds to mug for the cameras by first outstretching his arms then crossing them, staring at the crowd and the cameras. The epitome of the "me first, look at me!" attitudes prevalent in the bro culture of football. I wonder if Mr. Diggs would have removed his helmet and mugged for the cameras if he had tripped at the 10 yard line and fumbled the ball out of bounds as time expired? I think not. Wasn't it Lou Holtz who once said something to the effect of "I told my players while on the field they can remove their helmets after a positive play if they also remove it after a negative play/penalty"? Wise words.
  6. Again, specific reasons why you believe that will be the case? Also I advocate replacing all government school extracurricular athletics with one sport, the Japanese sport of "Bring the Pole Down": https://i.imgur.com/DFooFkG.gifv
  7. Which is one of primary missions of the government school system.
  8. You GID profile says that you are supposedly a coach. Do you not "make statements" to your players in order to "get responses"?
  9. But aren't there lots of ten year NFL coaching vets? Can you explain why you believe high school football will start to actually grow again in the near future, especially here in the great state of Indiana?
  10. I guess I misunderstood your question. I guess I could see that space being used for additional instructional classroom space, if enrollment growth warranted it.
  11. And you would need a 120 yard by 53.3 yard area in order to do this? Sounds dubious.
  12. No, much as I don't see any functional value in government school extracurricular activities.
  13. What other non-extracurricular purposes would a turf field be used for? What classroom related studies/activities would require or be enhanced by a turf field? And yes, IMHO bussing is a luxury. One that various school corporations have struggled with the costs of for years.
  14. No, that was not literally restricted to those three items.