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Coach Hanson

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  1. Is Gridiron Digest doing another bracket challenge this year during tournament time for all 6 classes? Just curious.
  2. I think that this is a huge advantage that some students have compared to others. I completed the majority of my bachelors and almost all of my masters online while working a daily job. What you taught your children as far as self discipline and time management skills will go a long way. But even in the impoverished schools where kids don’t have a lot to do to stay entertained, they will find a way to do football related activities and a good coach would encourage them to put their studies first but to also watch as much film and stay in as good of shape and hydrated as possible. Every distric
  3. I agree with you in a sense. I think the ELITE programs like Warren Central, Cathedral, and a few others can find a way where these kids can group together and take advantage of this free time. It will not follow social distancing rules, but who is really regulating at this point and who can blame these kids for just wanting to improve and better themselves and the groups overall chemistry? These kids can watch film together, do routes, and workout in a more unique atmosphere than the kids that are in school 8 hours a day. I don’t think this will hurt classes 1A-3A but 4A-6A could see a signif
  4. I posted this in another forum that got way out of hand and locked (rightfully so) and am curious to hear others’ thoughts I know that these Indy kids and other virtual students did not ask for these circumstances but I think it’s a little crazy that no one on any of these posts has talked about the MASSIVE advantage that the students have that are not attending a traditional 8 hour classroom sitting but instead are online and many juniors and seniors will be working at their own pace. I think it’s a massive advantage of doing your class work when you feel like it compared to being requi
  5. I know that these Indy kids and other virtual students did not ask for these circumstances but I think it’s a little crazy that no one on any of these posts has talked about the MASSIVE advantage that the students have that are not attending a traditional 8 hour classroom sitting but instead are online and many juniors and seniors will be working at their own pace. I think it’s a massive advantage of doing your class work when you feel like it compared to being required to show up for 8 hours of school and then have a grueling 3 hour practice. It’s not the kids or parents’ faults but I am surp
  6. Whether I believe that Covid-19 is as serious as the media portrays or isn’t , I do think it will have a significant impact on this season and if I was a betting man, I honestly don’t think this season will be finished once the second wave hits. A lot of people are talking about schools shutting down in October and I just feel like many schools do not have a great plan that is safe, efficient, and is PR friendly in order for a full football season to be played. I’d love to be wrong but am seriously starting to have doubts and the ivy league just adds another obstacle. Just my opinion though.
  7. Andrean would best both these teams based on last year and what happened in offseason. Western Boone and eastbrook are also favorites over these two
  8. Lawrenceburg vs Gibson southern semi state?
  9. Best hire by Noblesville in the last 20 years and I think portage turns the program around starting this year. Great conversation starter DT, much better than the contraction conversations 😉
  10. It was a tough group and I think there are about 20 groups that could argue for their spot amongst history in the last 100 years. I love the debate here but I think it’s too broad to come up with 1 best team
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