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Evansville Memorial 8-1 at Heritage Hills 5-4

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If we  commit turnovers the way we have the past 6 games it very well could be ugly early but if we avoid the turnovers it could be a good game .

 

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Great looking stadium!

4 quarters of football will be key Friday. If we do that, we are competitive, if not, we aren't.  

1 hour ago, dave mosbey said:

If we  commit turnovers the way we have the past 6 games it very well could be ugly early but if we avoid the turnovers it could be a good game .

 

My thoughts exactly. It's time to give everything you have for every play the entire game, they have it in them, it just hasn't been cut loose all season. 

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9 minutes ago, PatriotFan said:

Great looking stadium!

4 quarters of football will be key Friday. If we do that, we are competitive, if not, we aren't.  

My thoughts exactly. It's time to give everything you have for every play the entire game, they have it in them, it just hasn't been cut loose all season. 

20 turnovers in 9 games has to be close to a school record , One thing this should be around the 4th game we have played since we moved two more sophomores into the starting lineup in the secondary hopefully we can show improvement there.

Turnovers and leaving receivers wide open  have been major issues in 2017. I'm hoping for a return to the bone taking some of the pressure off of Jones.

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HH 35 EM 30. This is my upset pick of the sectional. Memorial is great. Nothing else said here but can't root against a fellow conference member that could change an expected championship matchup.

 

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12 minutes ago, PC24 said:

HH 35 EM 30. This is my upset pick of the sectional. Memorial is great. Nothing else said here but can't root against a fellow conference member that could change an expected championship matchup.

 

I can respect that.  

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I guess anything can happen but I don't see this as a good matchup for HH. EM's defense has been a turnover machine and HH has been prone to turning it over.

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I think it's all dependent on what HH can do offensively. They can keep it close if they utilize the bone and it's at least somewhat effective. They have to play turnover free as well. Limiting possessions for Lindauer and co. will be imperative. Even then, I don't know if that's enough. 

Memorial 31,  HH 20

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HH lost to teams like North Posey, Jasper, Southridge and by 41 to Gibson Southern. Meanwhile, Memorial beat Jasper at Jasper, Castle, MD and Reitz. 

This game won't be close. Memorial 42-14

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3 hours ago, thakilla said:

HH lost to teams like North Posey, Jasper, Southridge and by 41 to Gibson Southern. Meanwhile, Memorial beat Jasper at Jasper, Castle, MD and Reitz. 

This game won't be close. Memorial 42-14

And all those victories for Memorial you listed were road games! That seems to be something many have missed, Memorial's played their best games away from home.

 

 

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13 hours ago, thakilla said:

HH lost to teams like North Posey, Jasper, Southridge and by 41 to Gibson Southern. Meanwhile, Memorial beat Jasper at Jasper, Castle, MD and Reitz. 

This game won't be close. Memorial 42-14

Totally disagree:  Memorial wins 49-20

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What radio stations will broadcast this game and what time is kickoff

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5 minutes ago, Titan76 said:

What radio stations will broadcast this game and what time is kickoff

I know 98.5 WEOA is broadcasting the game and kickoff is 7 pm.

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Corrected spelling....grammar

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Shooting HH can pull off a big upset. We all no they have it in them. They just need to rely on fundamentals and do what they do best. Rooting for the PAC brothern.

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10 hours ago, Tell City 45 said:

Is Caden Jones hurt?  Saw an article that Sigler is starting Friday.

They have been using Sigler for some wildcat formations the last few games basically playing 2 quarterbacks. This team has changed substantially since we played you guys as the talented sophomores keep getting more playing time. Regardless of what happens  in this game going against a team like memorial will be great experience for the young Patriots.   

 

Just read that article but haven't heard anything  guessing he's still healthy and will start at LB   just making a change. It can't hurt making a change Jones does have something like 13 of our 20 turnovers ( 10 interceptions and around 3 lost fumbles) But its not all on him we have had receivers run the wrong route at times and line needs to do a better job pass protecting but he has underthrew several passes which caused INTs.

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Interceptions might have to do with the fact that he's running for his life....:04_v:

 

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Final Memorial  41 Heritage Hills 21. Patriots scored on a halfback option from Jones to Keller  and the other 2 TDs came in the 4th once the Tiger starters were on the bench.

Congrats to the Tigers and good luck rest of the season. 

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Tough season for the Pats. I expect a bounce back next season. They won't be kept down long. 

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