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  1. I think reasonable people can differ on whether “creating more classes would benefit our state.” Make your case. And, how many is “more?”
  2. Then, I guess I do not understand the point you’re trying to make.
  3. Not sure how Andrean can be considered “David.” One of the premier programs in the Northern part of the state, without a doubt, and they regularly punch above their weight class.
  4. This is a common variation of the famous “Oklahoma” Drill popularized by Bud Wilkinson and his Oklahoma teams of the 1950s. I thought it had completely fallen out of use. Not because of head to head contact, because there isn’t any if done properly. But because of the general phasing out of full contact situations in practice. I believe it is actually outlawed in the NFL’s collective bargaining agreement, along with the infamous Nutcracker Drill, and my personal favorite, “Bull in the Ring,” which was invented by some twisted sadist.
  5. I agree. But I don’t think we’ll ever really know, because I don’t think he stays ... unless the Packers blink in a big way. And I don’t see that happening.
  6. […drum roll and rimshot…] “I’m here all week. Don’t forget to tip your waitress.”
  7. Every day that goes by without Rodgers making some public expression that says he is at least open to a return to the Packers is another nail in the coffin.
  8. As with all other conference realignment discussions, a reality check requires that we pay some attention to the effect this proposed realignment would have on the total sports programs at the schools affected. Not saying that would be prohibitive in this case, because I don’t know. From a football perspective, it’s exciting on a local and regional scale. But this move, standing alone, changes nothing in 6A.
  9. Haters gonna hate!
  10. I strongly doubt that it was originally a safety concern, since the rule was in place long before the current trend toward “risk minimization.” More likely a “reward” for the kicker, since it used to be quite uncommon for a high school kicker to reach the end zone. Now, however, safety concerns would probably squelch any attempt to change the rule.
  11. This reminds me of my one and only foray into the coaching ranks. My older daughter was about 8, and I agreed to help out with softball. First practice and a little girl came over complaining that she couldn’t get a batting helmet to fit. I told her that was because her hair was “too big.” By the time I got home her mother was on the phone reaming me, as the kid went home and started crying because “Coach said I had to cut my hair.” I decided I was not cut out to coach girls.
  12. The situation is becoming toxic.
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