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14 minutes ago, greyhound3175 said:

Just to make sure I am clear on this. We were talking straight football.  I 100% agree that the community of Gibson is amazing. When I would come down to scout GS I always have a good time.  No is questioning the integrity of the family structure down there. 

You unplied that I smoke weed because I’m honest enough to give my opinion about GS. While smoking that weed as you say,  it’s importantant that I am honest in my assessments of teams around the area. I’ve read some much of these threads that GS fans literally think GS is all that! Yes you are when when your closes game in the conference is who? And you still win by 30 pts.  My point memorial plays far better competition than GS every yr period! If memorial and GS switched conference they would go unbeaten every yr. 

So back to the original discussion GS can not contain 4 elite athletes on the field together at one time.  Again from a personnel standpoint of the athletes at GS.  Is that fair to say? 

Possibly if all four are on the field at once.  I know very little about them to be honest just what I've been told from a Central Bear supporter.  One of the boys played last year in the St. Louis area I believe.  This all hinges on if they stay at Princeton.  We will soon find out.  I apoligize for the weed comment if wasn't personal just trying to be funny.  I meant no disrespect.  

Griffin Scheller was a difference maker on both sides of the ball for GS a few years ago.  Sometimes we forget the some details.  lol  

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Just now, GS Titan 78 said:

Possibly if all four are on the field at once.  I know very little about them to be honest just what I've been told from a Central Bear supporter.  One of the boys played last year in the St. Louis area I believe.  This all hinges on if they stay at Princeton.  We will soon find out.  I apoligize for the weed comment if wasn't personal just trying to be funny.  I meant no disrespect.  

Trust me know disrespect taken!  You love your school etc I expect you to always want them on top.

The biggest mystery is if they stay!! 

Like you said we will soon fine out!! : evil grin: 

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1 hour ago, greyhound3175 said:

I respectfully have to disagree.  But I will continue to let me believe the AIS story.  You have the wrong brother it was not the stud RB. 

stop thinking the RB is the one you have to watch.  When there are 4 brothers who are very similar at skill positions you honestly can not tell me a team in that conference or sectional can make up with them.  I’m not believing it from a personnel stand point . If this was college sure you’ll have athletes to match.  This is high school. There is not a single team that can match those 4 brothers on the field at one time. Please let’s just at least agree on that. From a pure football standpoint no if’s just those facts

There are more than a few teams, even in the sectional, that will prove that they can stop the 4 brothers. I don’t believe Princeton has the talent around the brothers to win a Big 8 title or sectional. One of the biggest reasons Central was so successful last year was because of the multiple playmakers they had on both sides of the ball, not just the brothers. The loss of almost every playmaker from last years’ team is a big reason why IMO the Bears won’t be able to make deep tournament run this year.

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1 hour ago, greyhound3175 said:

I respectfully have to disagree.  But I will continue to let me believe the AIS story.  You have the wrong brother it was not the stud RB. 

stop thinking the RB is the one you have to watch.  When there are 4 brothers who are very similar at skill positions you honestly can not tell me a team in that conference or sectional can make up with them.  I’m not believing it from a personnel stand point . If this was college sure you’ll have athletes to match.  This is high school. There is not a single team that can match those 4 brothers on the field at one time. Please let’s just at least agree on that. From a pure football standpoint no if’s just those facts 

I think you give GS far more credit than they need.  You think GS is this unstoppable monster.  Until they meet someone that plays great competition I.e memorial or Chatard.  It’s easy to feel good when you play in a quite frankly weak conference.  Just saying 

 

i guess that that weed has open my eyes to the lack of competition in GS conference.  Maybe I should put it down to help your case some 

You should probably ask Chatard and Memorial about the level of play that comes from GS the past 7 years or so despite being in a “weak” conference, or anyone in 2A about  Southridge, or maybe talk to folks about Heritage Hils in the 2000’s.  I had some respect for your Football insight until today.  You obviously know little to nothing about Football here in Southwest Indiana.  And, as much as it pains me to say this, WhoDat is spot on about the Evans kids.

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40 minutes ago, Titan32 said:

You should probably ask Chatard and Memorial about the level of play that comes from GS the past 7 years or so despite being in a “weak” conference

Yeah, the schedule thing is a dead horse.  

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Greyhound 3175, you do realize in the Hart era that is 6 years - either the team that beat GS or the team that beat the team that beat GS has won the state championship in 5 of those years.  

And who do you really follow?

And my understanding is that #12 Witte will be the backup this year for the Titans.  Also look for Andrew Smith to play a role in the offense in key situations.

And for possibility of having 3 kids that could play QB on the field at the same time, not sure really how that would make the offense more dangerous.  Can't do a double pass or halfback pass every series...lol.

 

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2 hours ago, Titan32 said:

You should probably ask Chatard and Memorial about the level of play that comes from GS the past 7 years or so despite being in a “weak” conference, or anyone in 2A about  Southridge, or maybe talk to folks about Heritage Hils in the 2000’s.  I had some respect for your Football insight until today.  You obviously know little to nothing about Football here in Southwest Indiana.  And, as much as it pains me to say this, WhoDat is spot on about the Evans kids.

I am just confused.. 10’ - GS no show in semi state .

11’- no show in semi 

12’ Chatard beat GS 

13- lost to Brebuf 

14’ Both a no show 

15’ Chatard beat GS 

16’ both did not play each other 

17- memorial wins it all! 

I know all about HH in the 2000s. Tough teams who ran into BC.  This is the thing that I think is striking a nerve.  In recent years like the last 5 you can not tell the competition level has even been close to GS in their conference.  Please be honest. 

Please be honest and rank who’s plays tougher competition. BC,GS, Memorial.

you question my football knowledge, but I have literally be scouting for years and have seen a lot of Southern Indiana football. Just please tell me where I am off so I can understand better where you’re coming from.  Just so I can reevaluate how I scout the area if I am off. 

35 minutes ago, GS Titan 77 said:

Greyhound 3175, you do realize in the Hart era that is 6 years - either the team that beat GS or the team that beat the team that beat GS has won the state championship in 5 of those years.  

And who do you really follow?

And my understanding is that #12 Witte will be the backup this year for the Titans.  Also look for Andrew Smith to play a role in the offense in key situations.

And for possibility of having 3 kids that could play QB on the field at the same time, not sure really how that would make the offense more dangerous.  Can't do a double pass or halfback pass every series...lol.

 

I follow Indy, the region, and southern Indiana.  Kinda have to to get paid.. 

3 hours ago, Tigers15 said:

There are more than a few teams, even in the sectional, that will prove that they can stop the 4 brothers. I don’t believe Princeton has the talent around the brothers to win a Big 8 title or sectional. One of the biggest reasons Central was so successful last year was because of the multiple playmakers they had on both sides of the ball, not just the brothers. The loss of almost every playmaker from last years’ team is a big reason why IMO the Bears won’t be able to make deep tournament run this year.

That’s fair 

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i dont know as much about GS this year but I’m sure I will as the season goes on. I know they have been as good as any 3A program in the state over the past several years. I believe sectional 32 champion has held its own while trying to get to Lucas.  Unfortunately good teams go home every year without a state title. I think weather played huge role in giving Chatard a chance in one of those games. But I also know weather is part of it.  Memorial could not rely on big pass plays vs Danville in worst weather imaginable but still found away for their athletes to pop Danville on the road.  

I think Memorial has proved it can play with and beat Chatard. 08, 09, and would have sparked them in 17.  JMO.  Memorial has plenty of athletes to beat Evans/Princeton football and I’m guessing you are very much aware of that. 

 

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28 minutes ago, greyhound3175 said:

In recent years like the last 5 you can not tell the competition level has even been close to GS in their conference.  Please be honest. 

GS might say the competition was there in 2014.  Just a hunch ...

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@greyhound3175 I see that BC picked up Southport this year on their schedule. Is that just a one year deal or are they playing them next year also? Just curious since GS will be playing them next year. 

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4 hours ago, TitanPride said:

@greyhound3175 I see that BC picked up Southport this year on their schedule. Is that just a one year deal or are they playing them next year also? Just curious since GS will be playing them next year. 

I do think it’s a 2 yr deal home and away!  I’ll have to double check 

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