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The new turf looks great and the TRIBE looks good, another big loss for the boys from Elwood. OLE MISS BIG

The cow bellS ring so much that 200 Eastbrook fans are treated for tennis elbow at local hospitals. EASTBROOK BY WHAT EVER THEY DECIDE.

The Blackford crew gets better each week and the Eagles continue their downward streak. BLACKFORD IN A CLOSE ONE.

ALEX got the win against a hapless Oak Hill eagle team, but they run into a BIRD of a different feather this week. FRANKTON SOARS  TO VICTORY.

SO who are the teams to watch this year? Anyone made any improvements over the summer?  How has your team looked in summer workouts or team drills? I need a little high school football fix.

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Eastbrook will be good again. The Panthers don't rebuild they reload. I bet they make another deep run this season. They were a few fumbles away from making it to the finals last year. 

Ole Miss will be solid. They have a few holes to fill after their QB graduated and some linemen. They have lots of speed and size, just need a qb to orchestrate the "O"

Alexandria keeps improving every year. I look for them to have a good season. Their qb was solid last season and put up respectable numbers and he has some receivers returning. 

Oak Hill always competes.  They're well coached and always prepared.  Can't remember what all they lost and have returning this season. Their new field looked great!

Frankton has a lot of holes to fill after the majority of their offense graduated. Not sure what they will bring to the table this season. The Eagles lost some studs on defense as well.

Blackford is in the same boat as Frankton. I'm not sure what they have returning but with their offense they'll make it exciting and win some games. 

Elwood lost their main weapon. Their O line struggled last year and has some seniors to replace. The Panthers do have some quality defensive players, not much size but they get after it.

MG struggled mightily last season. Their numbers were way down. Hopefully they can get the numbers up and be competitve this year. The Argylls only win may come vs Elwood and the same for Elwood.

Good luck to the CIC. Hope for a long injury-free season.

What players from the cic will be playing college ball this season? I always like to follow cic kids. Great to see our conference represented at the next level

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Just a little over a month away from the opening game kickoff!!!!!!

I'm glad to see that the majority of CIC teams have beefed up their non-conference schedules (games 1 & 2) over the last couple of years.  Ole Miss has Pendleton Heights and New Haven, Eastbrook will have a decent test against Delta this year.  Frankton dropped APA (annual 75 point average victory : ) and added Tri-Central, etc..............

I see the conference playing out much like it did last year, Ole Miss slaughtering everyone except Eastbrook and Eastbrook beating everyone handily.  Once again, the battle for 3rd place is hard to determine due to them all being equally mediocre. 

Alex 4-5 wins

MG 1-2 wins

Elwood 1-2 wins

OH 3-4 wins

Frankton 3-4 wins

Blackford 4-5 wins

Eastbrook 9 wins

Mississinewa 7-8 wins

Frankton lost an awful lot on both sides of the ball due to graduation, it looks like they've got only 13ish lettermen returning and maybe a handful of which were starters.  Maybe we'll get a few 6' 3" 250 runs a 4.5 forty transfers............................

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Eastbrook and Ole Miss will be class of the conference. Mississinewa will have a big hole to fill at QB, but will have both there RBs back. Eastbrook will continue to do there thing. After these two I think there will be a big drop off. Did either McGuire or McCoin go anywhere to play?

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On ‎7‎/‎15‎/‎2018 at 2:08 AM, midway monster said:

Eastbrook and Ole Miss will be class of the conference. Mississinewa will have a big hole to fill at QB, but will have both there RBs back. Eastbrook will continue to do there thing. After these two I think there will be a big drop off. Did either McGuire or McCoin go anywhere to play?

McCoin is going to Indiana Tech for Baseball.

Mississinewa will be solid but does have some holes to fill.  The big question is do they leave Heisman where he was last year or move him to QB where he played this summer

Eastbrook has another large Senior class and according to some of the faithful this is the last chance that Eastbrook has for a couple of years to win State.  

Blackford improved last year and should be better this year.  Could this be their last year in the CIC as they almost left during the summer?

MG is still rebuilding.  They should return a lot of experience but will still be young.  This summer they had some kids come back that sat out last year.

Frankton lost a lot and will be rebuilding

Alex will surprise people like they have in the past

Elwood still rebuilding but will give some teams a run

Oak Hill returns some experience and will be competitive.

Have to agree with others Mississinewa and Eastbrook are the teams to beat and either one is capable of winning the CIC this year.

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