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coachkj

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  1. Preparing players, scheme wise, for the next level is not a coach's job. Should colleges then change their offenses to help their players go to the NFL?
  2. This video is insane led by coaches who have no idea what they are doing. They probably think this makes kids tough... I love full padded tackle at 3rd grade or lower. I personally would have hated flag. As a slow fat kid there was a place for me fully padded!
  3. I'm not sure how they pick those teams either. I'm sure being starter and major contributor on a 3 time state champion helps.
  4. (3.) Again, I believe this applies to students who are grade 8 and below. If it is, what is the punishment? Student ineligible for varsity competition for 365? 20-8. Only applies to students who have finished 8th grade. 20-9. A youth camp is not "High School Activities". Youth camps are not open facilities. I haven't done this but I would be absolutely shocked if there was any violation ever acted on by the IHSAA to students grade 8 and lower. They just don't. I'm sure the IHSAA has been sent the Chatard flyer. Good chance it came from someone on this site. I
  5. As far as camps go a "past link" is up for interpretation. My understanding is it was put in place for schools hiring AAU coaches as assistants to get to their kids. The rule doesn't say "coached at a camp". You can choose to think it does. I don't. I don't believe the IHSAA does either. And if that student were deemed ineligible they would be JV for 365 and have 3 full years of varsity competition. I have thoroughly read the by-laws.
  6. Past link? Freshmen aren't transfer students. All freshmen are eligible, no matter what.
  7. You can fact check me. In the eyes of the IHSAA there is no such thing as "undue influence" (recruiting) below grade 9.
  8. This may be my all-time favorite off season thread. I've been here since the beginning.
  9. The biggest problem (s) I see in the current system are the best two teams or the worst two teams playing in the first round. I would seed the sectionals, including home field advantage, according to the Sagarin ratings and have set sites for semi-state games. Positives: Rewards a good regular season. Penalizes a bad one. Gives a chance to teams with injuries to get healthy. Allows for team improvement and play-off success. No team feels screwed by a system created against them. Creates better second and third round games. Negatives: Lots of blowouts in the first rounds. (Which
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