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Off In The Yard

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    Culver Military
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  1. Way too close to home

    I guess my original post should have included more info. We have a coach, Jason Seamen, that has saved countless lives through his heroic actions and yet there is a long diatribe about politics. I for one have encouraged civil political debate but this forum is not the place for it. As a whole, not everyone will agree on a particular political stance as everyone has a different opinion and that is a great thing about this country. Honestly, my opinion is that no matter who is in office, they can't do anything to stop this. The problem is not with the politicians, although they don't help matters any. The problem lies squarely on each of us as a society. The signs have been there for a long time. First, we take God out of the schools. I'm not advocating that every student has to participate in prayer or that everyone should follow one particular religion. But we have gotten away from God, what He stands for, and the peace and goodwill the bible teaches. Whether you believe in God or not, there is still a great foundation of hope, truth and goodwill people can learn from the Bible. Next we take authority to punish kids that misbehave in the classroom. Sure we have milder forms of discipline, but there really are no repercussions for bad behavior in school. Little Johnny's parents are right there to sue if the school system even thinks about holding him accountable for his actions. Then we take punishment away from the parents. Spank a kid in this day and age? Forget about it. Next thing you know, your children are taken away and you are being punished for "beating" your child. Next, we have everyone challenging authority. Everyone thinks that everybody else is out to get them. Cops are bad. Judges are bad. Lawyers are bad, well that one is true. Truth is you break the law and get caught, all of a sudden you are a victim. Sure, there are corrupt cops. How many? 1 out of 100?, 1000? more? Our society has taken accountability and thrown it out the window. Why pay for your crime when you can blame the cop, the schools, the President? It's easier to pass the blame than to accept the fact you have done something wrong. I'm not on a high horse, far from it. I am not perfect but I do own it when I make a mistake. I'm done ranting now. I never intended for this post to end up political. I guess it should be moved or closed/deleted. Back to football...
  2. https://www.cnn.com/2018/05/25/us/indiana-school-shots-fired/index.html This is getting out of hand and now it is in our backyard.
  3. Amari Curtis OL: Culver Academies
  4. Spring Football

    Here is a solution. Last night Culver played Mishawaka Marian in Rugby. Good conditioning for the boys.
  5. NIC Coaches. Where are we?

    Not by his choice...
  6. Michiana Pick'Em 2017 Final Results

    Thanks to @Unlucky Breaks for taking the time to do this yet once again. Another great year and great job! Congrats to @Boilernation for beating Off In The Yard and others.
  7. 12-1 Monroe Central at 13-0 Pioneer

    It wasn't fired due to it being the playoffs.
  8. Changed mind

    Same things were thought of by Northwood and Culver fans...
  9. 1A Regional: LaVille at Pioneer

    I forgot WC is no longer in the HNAC which still means 6 of the 8 competitors in sectional 41 were HNAC schools with the other 2 being West Central and South Central. Neither of those stood a chance at winning the sectional.
  10. 1A Regional: LaVille at Pioneer

    Actually it means that Pioneer is where they were expected and the 6 other HNAC schools were put into the same sectional where the odds were overwhelmingly in the HNAC's favor to win it.
  11. Sectional 19 - 4A North

    Great game last night between 2 great teams. Every player on that field gave everything they had. Unfortunately my Eagles came up short. We had 2 crucial turnovers, one inside the red zone, and a blocked FG. Penalties really hurt us too. We made too many mistakes to beat a very good Angola team. Roddy is a great QB. Throws were spot on and he was a great leader for that team. Angola is well coached and didn't make many mistakes. Good luck to the Hornets, they will be a tough out.
  12. Sectional Championship Scores

    Angola 31 CMA 30 Final
  13. Sectional Championship Scores

    CMA 24 Angola 24 overtime
  14. Sectional Championship Scores

    CMA 24 Angola 24 3:33 left