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Football season cant come fast enough!

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I 've been ready since 5 minutes after last year's state finals

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I don't know....the beginning of football season means the ending of hummingbird season and me likes them hummingbirds

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Practice started today, scrimmages a week from Friday and then 8-17 it's for real!  Can't wait!!!

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27 minutes ago, PHJIndy said:

Practice started today, scrimmages a week from Friday and then 8-17 it's for real!  Can't wait!!!

We can tailgate!! Hopefully we get another CE vs CHS matchup in the playoffs.. if they do, that can only mean that both schools are deep into the playoffs. 

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Might as well watch some football. Can't watch any more Girls Basketball until November.

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It starts on August 17th.  Some people are still taking vacations.  Those first few games people will be wearing shorts and flip flops trying to keep cool and get a viewing place where the sun isn't shining directly in their eyes (at least at Linton).  Later on, the air turns crisp, it's dark at kickoff, and REAL football weather begins.  Those first few weeks aren't as enjoyable as the last few games and playoffs are (weather wise).  Nothing like the smell of burning leaves to signal fall and football weather!

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18 minutes ago, itiswhatitis said:

It starts on August 17th.  Some people are still taking vacations.  Those first few games people will be wearing shorts and flip flops trying to keep cool and get a viewing place where the sun isn't shining directly in their eyes (at least at Linton).  Later on, the air turns crisp, it's dark at kickoff, and REAL football weather begins.  Those first few weeks aren't as enjoyable as the last few games and playoffs are (weather wise).  Nothing like the smell of burning leaves to signal fall and football weather!

Yep, same for the home team at Heritage Hills.  Sun in the eyes, and usually dripping in sweat the first couple of games.  Looking forward to taking in games in the new bleachers at The Jungle!

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No matter what the weather is, Friday nights are real fun--good luck to everybody!!!

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2 hours ago, itiswhatitis said:

It starts on August 17th.  Some people are still taking vacations.  Those first few games people will be wearing shorts and flip flops trying to keep cool and get a viewing place where the sun isn't shining directly in their eyes (at least at Linton).  Later on, the air turns crisp, it's dark at kickoff, and REAL football weather begins.  Those first few weeks aren't as enjoyable as the last few games and playoffs are (weather wise).  Nothing like the smell of burning leaves to signal fall and football weather!

How do ppl take vacations with school just starting? 

I like the 90 degree games maybe more than the cold ones. 

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I'll take 90 degrees over the freezing monsoon we had at Danville last year in the semi-state....

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2 hours ago, btownqbcoach said:

How do ppl take vacations with school just starting? 

I like the 90 degree games maybe more than the cold ones. 

Didn't necessarily mean families are still taking vacations.  We can agree to disagree about the weather.  90 degree weather is for baseball and golf.  Gimme 30 or 40 degree temps at  kickoff!  I recall (back in the day) playing a couple of times in the snow even.  It was a blast sliding an extra 10 - 15 yards after a tackle. 

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19 minutes ago, itiswhatitis said:

Didn't necessarily mean families are still taking vacations.  We can agree to disagree about the weather.  90 degree weather is for baseball and golf.  Gimme 30 or 40 degree temps at  kickoff!  I recall (back in the day) playing a couple of times in the snow even.  It was a blast sliding an extra 10 - 15 yards after a tackle. 

I have played in 15 degree wind chill. Burn it up baby

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8 hours ago, btownqbcoach said:

I have played in 15 degree wind chill. Burn it up baby

I ran in a college conference championship track meet once in Chicago were the steeple chasers got blown off the back of the steeple from the high winds.  If they actually cleared the steeple they fell into a pit that was full of ice instead of water.  My event (1/2 mile) was won in a time that was just marginally better than the qualifying time for a high school sectional.

I'll take 90 degrees any day of the week.

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6 hours ago, Lysander said:

I ran in a college conference championship track meet once in Chicago were the steeple chasers got blown off the back of the steeple from the high winds.  If they actually cleared the steeple they fell into a pit that was full of ice instead of water.  My event (1/2 mile) was won in a time that was just marginally better than the qualifying time for a high school sectional.

I'll take 90 degrees any day of the week.

1/2 mile ? they used a sundial back then to time the races I believe....the same sundial that is totally messed up with DST which is part of the heat problem today. Revolt all !!! Tell your legislature to get back on real time !

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I've lived in conditions when the daily average wind chill was minus 29 degrees in January and minus 32 degrees daily average in February.  The thermometer never got below zero either!  That was in the mid 1980's in the Aleutian Islands.  Yeah, it was a bit difficult to deal with let me tell ya!  And no, we didn't play football in it.  We played football there in the "better" weather.  The temps in August were low 60's and the wind didn't blow as much.  The first time I was there (1978) we caught a typhoon coming from Japan.  Had sustained winds in excess of 125 mph.  Lasted for 14 hours like that.  They put ropes between buildings you could hold onto so the wind wouldn't blow you away.   I still prefer cooler temps for football games.  LOL

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On 7/30/2018 at 6:29 PM, Olympian06 said:

We can tailgate!! Hopefully we get another CE vs CHS matchup in the playoffs.. if they do, that can only mean that both schools are deep into the playoffs. 

Yep.  Hope to see you again deep into the playoffs.  Until then good luck the rest of the season.

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