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  1. Watched part of the Oregon - Utah PAC 12 title game last night Rather boring atmosphere This should have been a home game for Utah. They had the better record and the higher CFP ranking and should be rewarded with a home conf championship game Same with all of the other conference games OSU should be in Columbus tonight hosting Wisconsin in front of 110000 instead of playing in Indy in front of 60000 LSU at home against Georgia Oklahoma hosting Baylor Clemson hosting Virginia
  2. This result reflects very positively on Columbus East
  3. https://www.cbssports.com/high-school/football/news/no-19-pickerington-central-wins-second-ohio-high-school-football-state-championship-in-three-years/ Pick Central has played Cathedral and Columbus East over the past few seasons.
  4. What would be his motivation for transferring?
  5. Sure makes a lot of sense. Buckeye Zeke Elliot at RB. Cowboys job sounds much more attractive than USC. And USC just extended Clay Helton for another year. https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/cowboys-have-interest-in-urban-meyer-chris-petersen-as-possible-candidates-to-replace-jason-garrett-in-2020/
  6. I was looking at the system enrollment numbers comparison been South Bend and Hammond South Bend has approx 16000 students. Hammond has 12000 Hammond has chosen to consolidate from 4 high schools down to 2. There are projected to be 1850 students in each of the two schools, Hammond High in the West and Morton on the east side of town Using the same ratio (3700 HS students / 12000 total students = 31%) of high schools students in both cities, South Bend would have approximately 4960 HS students Would South Bend residents prefer two high schools with 2500 students each or 3 high schools with 1665 each? Keep in mind the considerable budget deficits projected by the city. Also keep in mind that buildings are already in place to handle 5000 high school students in two buildings
  7. Why are Riley and Adams so close together? Would you bring back the La Salle name?
  8. The enrollment declines in these high schools are startling. Based on location, maybe Riley will be the one to close
  9. https://www.southbendtribune.com/news/education/south-bend-school-leaders-face-prospect-of-closing-buildings-including/article_0bd61de7-ce96-539f-b815-53b6fa0463a2.html Admins are targeting one high school for closure. based on current occupancy, maybe South Bend should follow the Hammond model and close two schools, consolidating down to two.
  10. This is an example of the hollowing out of the mid sector of NCAA college football. The elite teams are getting more elite, grabbing a disproportionate amount of 4 and 5 star recruits. The next tier is slipping. Its happening across the board in all conferences. Not a good direction for college football. The only way for the NCAA to get this under control is to put some kind of limit on how many elite recruits can attend a specific school. The NCAA playoffs are becoming very redundant. Same old teams. Hoping Baylor and Utah can break thru. Glad Bama is out. Dont want to see Oklahoma.
  11. Off season conditioning will tell the tale on Penix. He needs a good 20 lbs of muscle on that frame.
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