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39 minutes ago, Screagle said:

IMO Central can thank the culture Andy Owen developed at Central. Win at all cost, disrespect your opponents, hire unqualified friends, and turn a blind eye to all on and off field problems. Just win baby!!! 
 

They lost back to back HC that could flat out coach but couldn’t straighten out the dumpster fire created by AO.  
 

Now the program will suffer for the foreseeable future.  

Totally agree. Most classless program around during his time. 

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SIAC Round 1 Observations

Mater Dei started slowly but eventually reeled off a solid victory over Perry Central, the Cats move on to face Tell City

Reitz called game after 1.25 Quarters after being up 49-0. Reitz will move on  to face an intriguing matchup against Boonville. Central’s season and has now gone winless for the first time since 1985, the Bears will dread a long offseason.

Memorial took care of business by scoring 45 straight points in the 1H after Bosse went up 8-0. Memorial’s D was all over the place in Bosse’s backfield, as the Tigers advance against Jasper in a rematch. Bosse’s season will end, but on the bright side,  does have some talent returning.

Harrison takes a an early exit loss against a solid Boonville team that exploded offensively. Boonville will host Reitz in the semifinal. Harrison seems to have a good amount of talent returning.

Vincennes gave all they had against the defending State Champions in a shootout game and dropping almost 600 yards of total offense. Gibson Southern will advance to play Owen Valley in the semifinal, which should be one of the best games in Southern Indiana. While Vincennes did lose, they return a lot back and is in my preseason Top 3 in the SIAC next year.

 

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Through Round 1 of Sectionals, Castle, North, and Jasper's stats remain the same, as they did not play 

Team PPG 

  1. Reitz 36.5 PPG

  2. Vincennes 29.6 PPG

  3. Castle 30.1 PPG - DNP

  4. Memorial 27.7 PPG

  5. Jasper 27.1 PPG - DNP

  6. Mater Dei 24.8 PPG

  7. North 24.7 PPG - DNP

  8. Harrison 17.5 PPG

  9. Bosse 12.20 PPG 

  10. Central 2.6 PPG

Team Defensive PPG Allowed 

  1. Reitz 11.2PPG

  2. Mater Dei 11.9 PPG

  3. Memorial 15.8 PPG

  4. North 17.2 PPG - DNP

  5. Jasper 19.7 PPG - DNP

  6. Castle 19.9 PPG - DNP

  7. Vincennes 25.8 PPG

  8. Harrison 29.6 PPG

  9. Central 39.3 PPG 

  10. Bosse 40.8 PPG

Team Offensive YPG 

  1. Reitz 379.6 YPG

  2. Vincennes 343.7 YPG

  3. Memorial 317.2 YPG

  4. Jasper 309.2 YPG-DNP

  5. North 303.0 YPG-DNP

  6. Mater Dei 296.7 YPG

  7. Castle 294.7 YPG-DNP

  8. Bosse 228.2 YPG

  9. Harrison 181.7 YPG* (No Week 8 or 10 Stats)

  10. Central 96.8 YPG* (No Week 7 or Week 9 Stats)

Team Passing Defense(allowed)

  1. Reitz 64.1 YPG (641 yards) 

  2. Mater Dei 89.8 YPG (808 yards)*(No Week 8 Harrison O stats)

  3. Castle 103.2 YPG (929 yards)- DNP

  4. Harrison 105.2 YPG (947 yards)*(No Week 7 Central O stats)

  5. Memorial 115.2 YPG (958 yards)

  6. Bosse 126.8 YPG (1268 yards)

  7. Jasper 141 YPG (1269 yards)-DNP

  8. North 154.40 YPG (1235 yards)* (No Week 9 Central O stats)- DNP

  9. Central 161.5 YPG (1615 yards)

  10. Vincennes 171.7 YPG (1717 yards)

Team Rushing Defense (allowed)

  1. North 88.50 YPG (708 yards)* (No Week 9 Central stats)-DNP

  2. Jasper 93.40 YPG (841 yards)-DNP

  3. Reitz 115.2 YPG (1152 yards)

  4. Mater Dei 116.9 YPG (1052 yards)*(No Week 8 Harrison stats)

  5. Memorial 135.9 YPG (1359 yards)

  6. Vincennes 158.6 YPG (1586 yards) 

  7. Harrison 175.8 YPG (1582 yards)* (No Week 7 Central stats)

  8. Castle 187.90 YPG (1691 yards)- DNP

  9. Central 197.0 YPG (1970 yards)

  10. Bosse 231.6 YPG (231.6 yards)

Total Team Defensive YPG

  1. Reitz 179.3 YPG

  2. Mater Dei 206.7 YPG*

  3. Jasper 240.50 YPG- DNP

  4. North 242.0 YPG - DNP

  5. Memorial 251.1 YPG

  6. Harrison 281.0. YPG

  7. Castle 284.8 YPG - DNP

  8. Vincennes 330.3 YPG

  9. Bosse 358.4 YPG

  10. Central 358.5 YPG


*Missing stats for a game or opponent is

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2 minutes ago, Football Fanatic said:

Thanks again for doing the team stats. Cool to see how teams have progressed, regressed, or stayed consistent all season. Do you still have updated player stats/conference leaders as well?

I've decided to stop posting those on here, since they are all available on on MaxPreps (Jasper isn't included): 
 

https://www.maxpreps.com/in/football/22-23/league/southern-indiana/stat-leaders/offense/passing/yds/?leagueid=9155eb3a-aa3f-4172-865e-d6b632de0ef4 

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47 minutes ago, TigerFan20 said:

Through Round 1 of Sectionals, Castle, North, and Jasper's stats remain the same, as they did not play 

Team PPG 

  1. Reitz 36.5 PPG

  2. Vincennes 29.6 PPG

  3. Castle 30.1 PPG - DNP

  4. Memorial 27.7 PPG

  5. Jasper 27.1 PPG - DNP

  6. Mater Dei 24.8 PPG

  7. North 24.7 PPG - DNP

  8. Harrison 17.5 PPG

  9. Bosse 12.20 PPG 

  10. Central 2.6 PPG

Team Defensive PPG Allowed 

  1. Reitz 11.2PPG

  2. Mater Dei 11.9 PPG

  3. Memorial 15.8 PPG

  4. North 17.2 PPG - DNP

  5. Jasper 19.7 PPG - DNP

  6. Castle 19.9 PPG - DNP

  7. Vincennes 25.8 PPG

  8. Harrison 29.6 PPG

  9. Central 39.3 PPG 

  10. Bosse 40.8 PPG

Team Offensive YPG 

  1. Reitz 379.6 YPG

  2. Vincennes 343.7 YPG

  3. Memorial 317.2 YPG

  4. Jasper 309.2 YPG-DNP

  5. North 303.0 YPG-DNP

  6. Mater Dei 296.7 YPG

  7. Castle 294.7 YPG-DNP

  8. Bosse 228.2 YPG

  9. Harrison 181.7 YPG* (No Week 8 or 10 Stats)

  10. Central 96.8 YPG* (No Week 7 or Week 9 Stats)

Team Passing Defense(allowed)

  1. Reitz 64.1 YPG (641 yards) 

  2. Mater Dei 89.8 YPG (808 yards)*(No Week 8 Harrison O stats)

  3. Castle 103.2 YPG (929 yards)- DNP

  4. Harrison 105.2 YPG (947 yards)*(No Week 7 Central O stats)

  5. Memorial 115.2 YPG (958 yards)

  6. Bosse 126.8 YPG (1268 yards)

  7. Jasper 141 YPG (1269 yards)-DNP

  8. North 154.40 YPG (1235 yards)* (No Week 9 Central O stats)- DNP

  9. Central 161.5 YPG (1615 yards)

  10. Vincennes 171.7 YPG (1717 yards)

Team Rushing Defense (allowed)

  1. North 88.50 YPG (708 yards)* (No Week 9 Central stats)-DNP

  2. Jasper 93.40 YPG (841 yards)-DNP

  3. Reitz 115.2 YPG (1152 yards)

  4. Mater Dei 116.9 YPG (1052 yards)*(No Week 8 Harrison stats)

  5. Memorial 135.9 YPG (1359 yards)

  6. Vincennes 158.6 YPG (1586 yards) 

  7. Harrison 175.8 YPG (1582 yards)* (No Week 7 Central stats)

  8. Castle 187.90 YPG (1691 yards)- DNP

  9. Central 197.0 YPG (1970 yards)

  10. Bosse 231.6 YPG (231.6 yards)

Total Team Defensive YPG

  1. Reitz 179.3 YPG

  2. Mater Dei 206.7 YPG*

  3. Jasper 240.50 YPG- DNP

  4. North 242.0 YPG - DNP

  5. Memorial 251.1 YPG

  6. Harrison 281.0. YPG

  7. Castle 284.8 YPG - DNP

  8. Vincennes 330.3 YPG

  9. Bosse 358.4 YPG

  10. Central 358.5 YPG


*Missing stats for a game or opponent is

This take a lot of effort.  Very cool.

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9 minutes ago, TigerFan20 said:

I've decided to stop posting those on here, since they are all available on on MaxPreps (Jasper isn't included): 
 

https://www.maxpreps.com/in/football/22-23/league/southern-indiana/stat-leaders/offense/passing/yds/?leagueid=9155eb3a-aa3f-4172-865e-d6b632de0ef4 

Thanks! Pretty impressive defensive numbers around the conference. Three guys over 100 tackles. Purdy with 136 tackles and Mueller with 127 tackles is wild. Six players with at least 3 interceptions. Also noticed that the Reitz DL trio  ( Oxley 14, Utley 12, Brantley 8 ) has 34 sacks between them 😱

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3 minutes ago, Football Fanatic said:

Thanks! Pretty impressive defensive numbers around the conference. Three guys over 100 tackles. Purdy with 136 tackles and Mueller with 127 tackles is wild. Six players with at least 3 interceptions. Also noticed that the Reitz DL trio  ( Oxley 14, Utley 12, Brantley 8 ) has 34 sacks between them 😱

I wish teams would post QB Hurries and etc. for calculating Pass rush scores (this would be fun to do). But just by judging from the individual stats, Reitz is likely #1 pass rush in the SIAC, that defensive Trio is very good and they will return their DL primary starters, except for Head. 

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1 hour ago, Football Fanatic said:

Thanks! Pretty impressive defensive numbers around the conference. Three guys over 100 tackles. Purdy with 136 tackles and Mueller with 127 tackles is wild. Six players with at least 3 interceptions. Also noticed that the Reitz DL trio  ( Oxley 14, Utley 12, Brantley 8 ) has 34 sacks between them 😱

Reitz is a 3-5-3 team correct? so do you attribute their coverage guys behind them to their sack totals or is it just that great of a pass rush ?

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1 hour ago, Sidelined56 said:

Reitz is a 3-5-3 team correct? so do you attribute their coverage guys behind them to their sack totals or is it just that great of a pass rush ?

Looks like a 3-3 or 3-5 yeah. I think it is a combination of everything. They have speed all over the defense. The secondary and linebackers fly around and don't give up many passes. The DL is big/strong and fast. Teams do not have much time to establish any comfort in the pocket.

Fortunately for Boonville, they have a QB who is fast and athletic enough to get out of the pocket and make plays. Boonville may find success how VL found success. But I just don't think it will be enough to beat this Reitz team for four quarters. 

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8 minutes ago, Football Fanatic said:

They are not as good as they should be, we'll put it that way. They run the ball a bunch on offense and stop the run pretty well on defense. If you can make them pass, and you mix it up on offense, they are definitely beatable.

Floyd Central has a good defense. Their DTs are 350 and 270. They have a good QB and some solid WRs but their coach prefers to run the ball.

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43 minutes ago, Fkfootball said:

Floyd Central has a good defense. Their DTs are 350 and 270. They have a good QB and some solid WRs but their coach prefers to run the ball.

An interesting fact about North, they are 1-4 at Home, with their only win against Memorial, but are 4-0 in away games.

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3 hours ago, Sidelined56 said:

Reitz is a 3-5-3 team correct? so do you attribute their coverage guys behind them to their sack totals or is it just that great of a pass rush ?

They run the 3-3-5 that Cathedral runs where the two free safeties are hybrid linebackers, but are fast enough to be really good in coverage. They do not really blitz much. Most of the sacks are the defensive linemen beating their blocker at the point of attack and making a play on the QB. 

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