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  1. I assume you are referring to me here. Please elaborate on this supposed hypocrisy.
  2. I live in Clinton county. At no time over the last 10-15 years have I ever heard that the CP varsity football program was 'thought dead'.
  3. They can play football, it is just that most of the OMG! Athletes who are Hispanic/Latino don't want to. They would rather play soccer, a sport their parents probably introduced them to at an early age. Probably second to that would be baseball. Gee, isn't that kind of like red blooded Caucasian parents introducing their children to tackle football at a young age? What are the insurances costs for a high school athletic department? Do different sports have different rates?
  4. I'm not the blind one here, foxbat. Kudos to young Mr. Schoonveld for his football accomplishments. Too bad he plays for a .500 program. And I never said it did, Andy. Over the long term CP is a .500 program, +/- a few games, at best. That's all. Do you believe .500 is a successful Indiana high school football program?
  5. Why shouldn't they? After all Indiana High School Football is just a child's extracurricular athletic activity, is it not?
  6. Do you believe .500 is the definition of a successful program, foxbat? Besides, I have been told multiple time here on the GID that American tackle football is the 'ultimate team game'. What exactly is so important about young Mr. Schoonveld's personal gridiron accomplishments when compared to the overall mediocrity of a small school program like Clinton Prairie's? It appears that when it comes to moribund programs that one has to shine a light on the personal achievements of a select few in order to justify the existence of that program. Where would young Mr. Schoonveld rank in LCC's pantheon of gridiron greats? Could the Knights have successfully used Mr. Schoonveld's athletic prowess on the gridiron this season? After all, it's not that far from Jefferson/Colfax/Mulberry to the 9th Street Ivory Tower.
  7. https://www.indystar.com/story/sports/high-school/2017/10/19/turkey-run-warriors-end-line-school-football-team/780293001/ A bittersweet story, but highlights the inevitable contraction of Indiana High School football. BTW, I don't mind the name of the new consolidation, but the mascot is rather generic.
  8. They have already paid their money. Just post a "no refunds" sign and you are good to go.
  9. I am considering it. They really haven't been competitive for several years. And various socioeconomic factors in the Frankfort community tend to reduce the number of OMG! Athletes walking the halls who can participate in extracurricular athletics, making FHS a '4A' school with a 2A sized talent base. And those athletes more and more are gravitating to the burgeoning soccer program which just celebrated it's first sectional title in 17 years. All the factors are against Frankfort becoming competitive in tackle football for the foreseeable future. Perhaps the resources it consumes could be better used somewhere else.
  10. Umm, unless all of those attending a high school athletic contest for free it most certainly is a business. Probably one with very low margins and basically designated as non-profit, but a business nonetheless.
  11. No, just that you should be above performing "FTFY-edits" of other GID members posts, especially GID members who post comments and opinions you do not agree with.
  12. So that is the purpose of a GID administrator? Why not let the readership decide on their own, without your own personal biases thrown in behind the weight of your position here on the GID?
  13. CP's current record since 2008, the year of the 96-0 (never forget) game: 49-54 with zero sectional titles. Less than .500 isn't necessarily the definition of 'successful'. Please elaborate on the subjective term "better off", used in 2 out of your 3 questions.
  14. Hoosier Conference 2017

    Looks like the LCC football powers-that-be convinced Mr. Coller to retire sooner rather than later.