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On 11/28/2017 at 12:57 PM, FishDuck said:

I thought the adrenaline drain was very noticeable; in fact I told a friend of mine when the game started that I was afraid EG was a little too fired up before kickoff. Sure it is a very hard thing to control though 

The adrenaline dump, playing condition climate, fluid intake...all has to be taken into consideration when playing later into the year at LOS.  Better believe experience plays a big part in preparation for those.  

3 hours ago, Veechy63 said:

If you think cut blocking is just "diving at the other players knees" then you either haven't learned or been coached to what a proper cut block is. 

This.  What is legal, is legal.  OL coaches teach proper technique/angles for issuing and DL coaches teach proper technique for defending...Or in most 1A/2A football,  the line coach handles both

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3 hours ago, Joe Kane said:

The adrenaline dump, playing condition climate, fluid intake...all has to be taken into consideration when playing later into the year at LOS.  Better believe experience plays a big part in preparation for those.  

This.  What is legal, is legal.  OL coaches teach proper technique/angles for issuing and DL coaches teach proper technique for defending...Or in most 1A/2A football,  the line coach handles both

Most folks mistakenly believe that playing indoors means "playing easy."  Folks always seemed to be surprised by the amount of cramping in LOS that takes place during high school games there.   Experience, especially for teams that have been there more than a couple of times, weighs heavy in the scales.

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15 hours ago, foxbat said:

Most folks mistakenly believe that playing indoors means "playing easy."  Folks always seemed to be surprised by the amount of cramping in LOS that takes place during high school games there.   Experience, especially for teams that have been there more than a couple of times, weighs heavy in the scales.

 

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Boy if we could have another weekend of games, I ran the dial at noon. I'm already pumped for next thanksgiving weekend.

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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!!

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1 hour ago, takkle4 said:

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!!

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That's how you take steps to make it happen!

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That is awesome!   I really hope Jack Kiser has a great injury-free senior season and moves on to great things.   The mark of any great team/class is the mentality to keep working to get better....even when you've achieved so much... we've had a few of those in Linton too... but I love the Pioneer program!

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On 12/12/2017 at 5:39 PM, takkle4 said:

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!!

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It is refreshing to see that some programs and kids have that drive.  Too many times, we have players and parents that are riding that middle school success train like it means anything 2 and 3 years later.  "Just wait until this groups gets up there playing varsity".  Hear this way to often.  Kids listen to how good they are going to be, many fall by the wayside because they are not seeing the field their freshmen and sophomore years.   I see this expressed on this board many times...Not sure it always pans out.  Here is a case where it has and it is neat to see a group of kids respond in the right way.

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1 hour ago, punttheball said:

It is refreshing to see that some programs and kids have that drive.  Too many times, we have players and parents that are riding that middle school success train like it means anything 2 and 3 years later.  "Just wait until this groups gets up there playing varsity".  Hear this way to often.  Kids listen to how good they are going to be, many fall by the wayside because they are not seeing the field their freshmen and sophomore years.   I see this expressed on this board many times...Not sure it always pans out.  Here is a case where it has and it is neat to see a group of kids respond in the right way.

I honestly assumed you lived in French Lick when I read this.

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2 hours ago, JQWL said:

I honestly assumed you lived in French Lick when I read this.

I remember when we (Linton) had a couple young kids move to French Lick.. brothers... the older one was already getting a lot of praise from coaches on what he could become... he got some varsity reps I think as a Freshman..maybe a soph... but the coaches were really up on the younger brother.  Seems like he did become a good player for the Hawks... and I know the older one played a lot.. but never seemed to totally hit stride... injuries maybe?? 

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The older one played a lot as a sophomore here. Had a really good year. After that year, had some issues and I don't think was in school by the end of his junior year. The younger one was pretty good too. Tore his ACL the first game of his senior year.

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I ran into the youngest brother just the other day... He had a kid or stepkid at Linton.  He said his older brother was still struggling.  A shame... Both were boys that needed football to stay focused on school.  The older brother still had JH track records at WRV as a 7th grader, Linton as an 8th grader... And even a SWIAC conference record in the 100m until just recently.  Some raw talent that never quite reached its potential.

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