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  1. The game was of no interest nationally, but what transpired should be. West Monroe brought RePublic High School from Nashville, TN in as a last minute replacement when Catholic BR dropped us from their schedule. RePublic is in only their 3rd year of varsity football; they arrived at West Monroe with 2 coaches and 22 players, one of them already on crutches. That was it, not 1 fan made the trip. The game went just about as you would expect, but they competed. By the middle of the 1st quarter WM had sent trainers over to the RePublic sideline. Then some folks in WM colors started to appear in the visitors bleachers, not to cheer for WM but to cheer and encourage the RePublic players. By then WM's team doctor had also made his way over to the RePublic sideline, there were a couple of players in need of attention... and he never left but stayed there just in case they needed him. At the end of the 1st quarter WM'S entire student section emptied from their bleachers in the end zone and made their way to the RePublic sideline, they never taunted their players, they joined the others in cheering and encouraging their team. A group of WM Cheerleaders soon followed and for the remainder of the game they had support and encouragement a long way from home. At the end of the game there was not the traditional handshake line but rather hugs from the WM players and fans. I would like to think they took that game to give their players a glimpse of what they want their program to be and I hope we lived up to that expectation and the players will have a memory that they will carry with them. I am proud to be a West Monroe Rebel
    21 points
  2. I hope @Cossacks doesn't mind me stepping on his toes, but considering I have all of the data and also considering I had to bail his ass out several times over the course of the year, I'm assuming it won't be a problem. 😂 Without much further ado, I would like to present the... 🏆 PrepGridiron Confidence Pickem 2021 Awards 🏆 Mr. (and Mrs.) “Perfect Attendance” (Submitted Picks All 18 Weeks): @Adam Kurkjian @Cossacks @dntn31 @HawgGoneIt @HooverOutlaw @Omaha Vol @prepsbill65 @Sammyswordsman @SeaShells21 @TheMaximumHornetSting @THEOC89 @tommygun58 @World Citizen Mr. “It’s a Sprint not a Marathon” (Most Weekly Wins - 4): @Omaha Vol Mr. “Perfect” (Most Perfect Weeks - 2): @Adam Kurkjian @dntn31 @HawgGoneIt @Omaha Vol @World Citizen Mr. “Early Bird” (Earliest Average Pick Submission - 3.89): @tommygun58 Mr. “Procrastinator” (Latest Average Pick Submission - 17.61): @THEOC89 Mr. “Confidently Correct” (Most 9-10 Pt Wins - 33): @HooverOutlaw Mr. “Confidently Incorrect” (Most 9-10 Pt Losses - 17): @imaGoodBoyNow Mr. “Have Some Faith In Yourself” (Most 1-2 Pt Wins - 24): @Sammyswordsman Mr. “Hedge Your Bets” (Most 1-2 Pt Losses - 20): @tommygun58 Mr. “Consolation Prize” (Most Correct Picks - 133): @Sammyswordsman Mr. “Meme Picks” (Most Incorrect but Funniest Submitted Picks - 65): @imaGoodBoyNow Congratulations to all of our award winners. Your commemorative plaques are in the mail. Please allow 6-8 years for shipping.
    20 points
  3. Actually it’s my anniversary so I am gonna record it and likely watch it later. I got a plan of dinner, hot tub and then a BJ for later. No clue what my wife will be doing tonight, she’s on her own. 😂
    14 points
  4. We aim to please. Ahahahaha. I'll give you a little backstory. Most of the guys have been moving from site to site as the old ones failed since forever I guess. I didn't come along until 2014 when I felt like Dallas Jackson was snubbing Colquitt in his NHSF100 ranking. His site worked better than most because he had a poll that he was pushing out and it was being fairly widely accepted as a better one of the national polls. He also released little stories at times that he wrote. This gave everyone fat to chew instead of constantly chewing one another. Of course we still did all that, but, the main arguments were usually born from his ranking vs. other rankings or just his. He was man enough to enter the convo and somewhat debate his decisions for ranking positions and of course nobody with a team below the one in question openly accepted his decisions. Lol Turned out for him, it was about the dollar bills pretty solely. He felt like he should be getting famous and making a living off the poll and his reporting. He tried to find ways to make money including joining/merging with VYPE at one point in what seemed to be a final attempt at making money as a respected hsfb journalist and pollster. Needless to say, it all didn't work out for him as he and some of us all had hoped. He moved on to the funny papers, almost literally and left the site to never return. We all continued at the site for as long as it was still open at any rate because there was no other. I tried to no avail to buy the keys to the site but Dallas really wouldn't even talk about it and let it fail from nonpayment. One of the members was Prepgridiron that owns this site and apparently behind the scenes had bought the address you see here today and when the other site crashed due to non-payment, we all migrated here from a weird Texas site that we had a brief amassing at. Somewhere along the way in there at DJ's site, early 2015 I think, I logged on one day and the site looked a little different to me because I had moderator tools. I never asked for them or even really volunteered to do it. There was no conversation about it between DJ and myself. Just a DM from him saying I hope you do the site proud as I know you will. Another DM from the other site mod saying welcome to the club. Nobody ever got banned back then. Not until DJ was gone and the site was destined to close. A couple of members got into an argument and the Nbomb was dropped and the first ban was born there from Glory Days the other and better mod. This was a life ban because neither of us had the tool to lift a ban. DJ reserved that right as Admin. I think he felt if we decided to ban, likely there wouldn't be much reason for the mod that did ban to lift it. Idk. There was little behind the scenes back and forth between he and the mods. We were just mostly all buds that enjoyed talking football and the only person trying to make any money off of it was the site owner. The only companies being talked about were his outside of everyone agreeing or arguing which poll was better this week. We shared some streams and links to local news stories about the site and that was about it on the links. The political type discussions also got started as that site was starting to fail. For a while we tried to delete them or whatever but Rab would fuck up any thread at any time with garbage like he did at the vent. After a while us mods with no DJ to make a decision kind of gave up on battling that and let it roll. One a California guy and the other me, a Georgia guy. When we hit this site, Prep saw fit to give me tools straight away, again without me asking or volunteering exactly. I just kind of always accepted it and it did seem good that someone would trust you enough to just give the site tools over. When we got this one off the ground it was good, but political discussion still polluted the football stuff. Thus the OT was created as basically a trash can for the mods to move the stuff we didn't think belonged or was affecting football discussion. Turned out a good many previously great football posters took up home back there and rarely talk football at all. Strange but, it has been that way for most of the life of this site. Idk. I've always been loyal to the overall goup of guys here even though we don't always agree on a lot of stuff. In spite of what some try to say, I've almost never let my emotions control my use of the site toolkit. I rarely even go to my moderator tools at all actually. I prefer to talk and argue with everyone else because thats why I joined the group to begin with. I've not made money here. One time I got an Amazon egift card from Prep which was appreciated but not asked for. I think it was 150. Been so long now I don't remember hahaha. Probably the second or third year this site ran. I have an "it is what it is" attitude about things I can't control or change. As for all this bullshit... it is what it is. Loyalty apparently has an expiration date and isn't reciprocated. Occasionally, my morals and rearing won't let me allow some shit to stand. I'll stand by my decision to pop GSB forever. If anyone on here was ever involved or up to some conartistry and shady business dealings it was him. I want no part in it and have enough respect for my reputation that I've built during this lifetime that allowing the type stuff he had rolling to operate on "my watch" was and will always be a non starter. Local people know who I am on here. I have to do business with these people as my livelihood depends on their trust in me for them to do business with me. Unfortunately, allowing GSB to push scam school after scam school on here I felt becomes a direct reflection on me and how scrupulous I may be in my personal business dealings. Turns out I have to sell real products and stand behind them in my real life and selling the sizzle will sell your ass right out of a job down here in Motown. So, no matter where you're at, there you are. If anyone chose to read all of this... It is what it is. 👍 I'm here, honest and loyal til the doors shut, and that's where my trip will end. For the love of the game.
    13 points
  5. None of us had ever heard of them, and they had beaten nobody with any sort of ranking. But, they destroyed everyone they played. Turns out, being an undefeated, unchallenged state champion can mean you're pretty damn good, whether anyone else realizes it or not. I think there are a few Graham-Kapowsins throughout the country most years. And that is the correct way to interpret their win, not just to laugh at Collins Hill. We can't possibly know all there is to know about all of the teams throughout the country. And, contrary to common belief, a team doesn't have to schedule Mater Dei or St. John Bosco to be really good. GK should be top 15 in the country at worst.
    13 points
  6. I used to like the stained glass windows at Church. But not all of them.
    12 points
  7. Also believe this made The NY Times Best Seller as well?
    11 points
  8. Welp, that’s about as Georgia as it gets right there. Congrats to Graham-Kapowsin on a well fought win. They executed and were the better team today no question. Wanted to pass this along to their fan base. They’re now carrying the torch
    11 points
  9. How’d you get this footage of @FreeBird headed to the dump?
    10 points
  10. Long time coming but we've finally made it. The top teams in Norcal are finally playing each other this season! There will be no question up North this year who the best is as it will be settled on the field. DLS, Serra and Folsom all play each other before league play. If one of those teams goes 2-0 against the others they will be almost a lock for the Open. Each of these teams will be very strong this year as they bring back a lot and kudos to the coaches for all making this happen. In addition to these 3 heavyweights playing, Pittsburg (absolutely loaded with d1 talent) and St Francis (beat DLS and nearly made the Open) should also be strong this year and are getting in on the action. Folsom plays @ Pitt and both Serra/DLS will play St Francis. None of these teams will obviously be able to compete with MD or Bosco in the Open but everything leading up to that will be epic. Here's my Norcal top 10 1) DLS 2) Folsom 3) Serra (San Mateo) 4) Pitt 5) SF (Mountain View) 6) Central (Fresno) 7) Central Catholic 8) Rocklin 9) St Marys 10) Montery Trail 😎 LET THE GAMES BEGIN
    10 points
  11. Okay class, We will now be having our first pop-quiz of the semester. We have decided to be gracious and award you 40 points just for correctly spelling your name. The remaining 60 points will stem from the quizzes three questions. Worth 20 points each. Good luck class 🙂 Question 1: Question 2: Question 3: . . . . . . . ⏰ Pencils ✏️ down class. Your test results and grades will be assessed and returned to you shortly, Have a fun and safe weekend, students 🍎🥰
    10 points
  12. This basically shuts down Lowndes athletics. Rufus>>
    10 points
  13. Well son, hate to break it to you, but pussy has been the downfall of man since the beginning!
    10 points
  14. My niece graduates from JSerra in May and has been accepted to ND. Uncle had the privilege of flying into Chicago and driving to ND with her. The Irish are on her short list. Great campus, (only been here once prior) really cold though. We even saw some flurries. She’s been accepted to schools all over the country. UMiami, ND, SC, and NYU are her top 4. Hoping she ends up within the walls of Troy. Fight on ✌️
    10 points
  15. Not to be rude, but I feel this would be a great read for you.
    10 points
  16. Well, for all the hate towards Grayson and saying we weren't going to do anything last year, we made it to the semi-finals before we lost. That was after graduating 36 seniors from the previous year. Not too bad and better than some/most/all of the more vocal naysayers on here did. That makes the past 3 years quarterfinals, championship, and semi-finals. I'll take that. As for why I went away for a while, I was in the middle of a huge project at work. I ran the fiber optic network that tied all of our major locations together and took our network from 472 gigabits of capacity to 3.024 terabits of capacity all on an in service basis with no interruptions and only the network monitoring folks knowing. Finished that up and retired after 42 1/2 years at the same place. Then my small business got crazy for a month or so taking all my time. Finally I got into the Christmas season and didn't have time to turn around. I dropped in once or twice without logging in only to see the hatred still being spewed by the usual suspects and decided life was too short with all I had going on to listen to such downers. It certainly made for a pleasant several months not listening to the haters. It was kind of like when my wife was driving 1 1/2 hours home in traffic from work while listening to talk radio. She would come in spitting nails. Once I convinced her to change the channel, she was in a much better mood. Similarly, not listening to the few spew their nonsense made for a much nicer fall and early winter season. I hope everyone had a safe and wonderful holiday season! I'm looking forward to watching some football tonight and while I normally don't pull for the Bulldogs, tonight they are going to be my team.
    10 points
  17. CIF State Bowl Championship games Games featured at Saddleback College: Open Division San Mateo Serra vs Santa Ana Mater Dei Serra got revenge on league rival St. Francis for a loss at the end of the regular season to win the CCS D-1 championship. The athletic Padres tend to use the spread option, like most teams these days, but can also utilize a double-wing set in short-yardage situations. QB Dominick Lampkin has some state championship experience, having come in late in the 2019 D-1A title game against Corona del Mar. This will be Serra’s 4th appearance in a state bowl game, going 1-2 in previous games. There was some initial controversy as to whether they were the right selection for the Open Division game over De La Salle, but that was put to rest after the Spartans dropped their NorCal D-1AA regional game against Folsom. What hasn’t already been said about national #1 Mater Dei? They have a tenacious defense and an offense that can both run and pass with equal efficiency. The fact that starting QB Elijah Brown is only a sophomore does not loom well for the rest of the state for the next two years. Recently USC-committed RB Raleek Brown has over 1000 yards and 12 TDs on the ground, despite spending a lot of time on the sidelines during blowout wins. One of Mater Dei’s defeated foes this year, Duncanville, is still in contention for a state title in football-crazy Texas. This will be the Monarchs' third state bowl game, having won titles in 2017 and 2018. D-1AA Folsom vs San Diego Cathedral Catholic Folsom tends to get a lot of flack for their schedules, but it may have actually worked to its favor for 2021. Two games each against physical teams Jesuit, De La Salle, and Rocklin may have them better prepared than in most years for their opponent this weekend. An injury to QB Tyler Tremain in the middle of the season help contribute to losses to Granite Bay and Rocklin, but the air raid offense has looked more like itself since his return, culminating in an SJS D-1 title and a landmark victory over De La Salle in the NorCal D-1AA regional game. Last week's win definitely gave the SJS bragging rights over the NCS this year, as the Bulldogs defeated both of that sections Open and D-1 champions. Cathedral Catholic set up a challenging schedule for themselves, but unfortunately wasn’t especially successful in those losses to Corona Centennial and De La Salle. However, much like with their opponent this weekend, they may have learned a great deal from those games, catapulting themselves into the D-1AA state bowl game. The Dons will likely have to be concerned with giving up a whopping 62 points in their win over Orange Lutheran last week in the SoCal regional bowl game and facing another passing team. To counter, they will have a terrific RB in Lucky Sutton, who just set a new rushing record for state bowl games. They may also be hoping that this game ends up like their first state bowl appearance where, while they had great difficulty stopping a Stockton St. Mary’s passing attack, their nearly unstoppable rushing game was able to lead them to the win. D-1A Bakersfield Liberty vs Gardena Serra Entering the CS playoffs, all of the talk was about the potential rematch between Clovis Buchanan and Fresno Central in the title game. What actually transpired was this Patriot team crashed the party by eliminating both of the section favorites and in dominating fashion against Central for the title (42-14). They followed that up by blowing out Pittsburg in the NorCal D-1A regional bowl game, 35-7. Offensively, Liberty is led by senior QB Carson Woods and junior RB Jalen Hankins, who has 19 rushing TDs this year. While injuries for other teams may have led to significant bumps in the road, one may have actually landed Serra in the D-1A state bowl game. QB Maalik Murphy was injured early in a tough matchup against Downey Warren, which contributed to a 14-0 loss. That result played a role in lowering the Cavalier’s calpreps rating enough to place them in the SS D-3 bracket instead of D-2. They had to survive in an overtime semifinal game against #2 seed Rancho Cucamonga Etiwanda and a revenge-minded Long Beach Poly in the SoCal D-1A regional bowl game, but those experiences should only help as Serra seeks another state divisional championship win. D-2AA Modesto Central Catholic vs Chula Vista Mater Dei Catholic Central Catholic’s climb to an SJS D-2 title has been a story of growth over the last 15 or so years. The small-enrollment private school began by dominating lower-levels D-4 and D-3 before finally being moved up to D-2, winning several CIF state bowl championships along the way. Many of these games will feature a strong contrast in styles and this will be no different. The Raiders will be utilizing an I-formation on offense and one might think that this has helped them control the clock, but they have been involved in a number of high-scoring contests, including a 44-41 victory over Fresno Bullard in the NorCal regional bowl game. That said, the overall level of competition has actually been a bit stronger than that of their opponent this weekend. Mater Dei (odd quirk with two Serras and two Mater Deis playing this weekend for titles), may have greatly benefited from the fact that the SDS is only one of four CIF sections that have playoff systems still originally rooted in enrollment distinctions. The SDS has an ‘Open” division, but those participants are only chosen from those pre-determined to be D-1. Despite the fact that many in the area regarded the Crusaders as being one of the top four teams in the section, being pre-determined to be in D-3 prevented them from forced to compete against the other top teams from the section. As mentioned above, regarding contrasting styles, Mater Dei will use a wide-open passing attack out of the spread on offense. Whether this team really is worthy of a top-4 SDS distinction may be confirmed this weekend, as none of their opponents this season were really of any high-regard until they final faced La Mesa Helix in the SoCal regional bowl game, where they advanced with a 24-21 win. D-2A Santa Clara Wilcox vs San Diego Scripps Ranch Continuing a theme that has existed for a number of teams this season, Wilcox took their lumps against early good competition, but have rebounded with 9 straight wins after a 1-4 start. Once again, this game will feature a strong contrast in offensive styles with the Chargers using a quick-hitting veer offense, one that has been good for over 4000 yards this year. Defensively, they faced a very good passing attack in the CCS D-2 title game against Atherton Menlo, which should help a little against this weekend’s opponent. There was some initial talk that perhaps Wilcox was placed a little too high for these state bowl divisions, but they didn’t have a great deal of trouble in their NorCal regional bowl game against Manteca, winning 35-21. Scripps Ranch overcame the absence of their leading scorer last week in a win over Valencia in the SoCal regional bowl game. The Falcons feature an excellent passing attack out of the spread formation, with a lot of speed at WR. The SDS D-2 champions, however, are a bit undersized on defense and really struggled against a Valencia rushing attack that hadn’t been especially overwhelming in the regular season. Still, Scripps Ranch is very well-coached and prides itself in a collective GPA north of 3.5 as an entire team. They have also only been held to less than 30 points three times all season this year and their lone loss was in overtime to San Diego Mira Mesa. Junior QB Jax Leatherwood (a football name, if your author has ever heard one) has an impressive 41:2 TD:Int ratio to go along with his 2923 yards through the air. Remaining games to be played in northern California: D-3AA Fairfield Vanden vs San Bernadino Aquinas… Vanden has been averaging a whopping 58.2 ppg over the last 6 games. Aquinas is led offensively by freshman RB Jojo Solis and his 1445 yards rush and 22 TDs on the ground (23 overall). D-3A Oakland McClymonds vs Lake Balboa Birmingham… In addition to 2742 straight Oakland Section wins (tongue-in-cheek), McClymonds has a win over NorCal D-4AA NorCal champ, Marin Catholic, this year. Birmingham opened the season with 5 straight losses to SS teams, but have reeled off 9 straight wins since. D-4AA Kentfield Marin Catholic vs Visalia Central Valley Christian… Marin Catholic has registered 6 shutouts this year. Central Valley Christian’s Jaeden Moore has 12.5 sacks this year. D-4A San Francisco Sacred Heart Cathedral vs Covina Northview… Sacred Heart Cathedral has only allowed 24 points in 4 playoff games. Northview is led on offense by senior RB Cheo Medina with 1876 rushing yards and 18 TDs on the ground. D-5AA Novato San Marin vs Bakersfield Independence… San Marin’s junior RB Justin Guin has 2240 yards and 34 TDs on the ground. Independence started the season with a very shaky 0-6 start, but have since tallied 9 straight wins. D-5A Atherton Sacred Heart Prep vs Santa Maria Righetti… Sacred Heart Prep opened up the season with a win over NorCal D-4A team, Sacred Heart Cathedral. Righetti made use of the wide-open playoffs of the CS, despite controversy due to their 2-8 regular season record. D-6AA Jackson Argonaut vs Quartz Hill… Argonaut is averaging 36 ppg in the postseason this year. Quartz Hill defeated Compton, a member of the Moore League, by a similar score for the SS D-12 title as did Long Beach Poly (43-8 vs 42-0). D-6A Richmond Salesian vs Riverside Arlington… Salesian held San Mateo Aragon to 3 yards rushing in the second half of their NorCal regional bowl game. Arlington has won 7 of their last 8 games after starting out 0-7. D-7AA McArthur Fall River vs Morro Bay... Fall River has posted 6 shutouts, 21 points being the most they've given up all season. Morro Bay overcame a 4-6 regular season record to advance to this title game. D-7A San Francisco Balboa vs Woodland Hills Taft… Balboa got revenge on San Francisco Lincoln in the SFS championship game, 21-0, after losing to them in the regular season 7-0. 7-7 Taft is 7-2 in non-league games this year, including playoffs.
    10 points
  18. We are hunkered down with all the toilet paper in the world. Can shit all day long.
    9 points
  19. “Honey, it’s PrepGridiron.com user Ga96 on the line”
    9 points
  20. Creekside with a huge 10-8 upset win tonight over an East St Louis team getting a ton of love! After East St Louis scores 70 last week, they finish with 8 tonight!! in the last two weeks Creekside has held Dutch Fork (SC) to 14 and ESTL (IL) to 8.
    9 points
  21. Maybe if they were playing Mater Dei Chula Vista
    9 points
  22. This morning in Destin. I'm trying to forget last night. 7 am About 10 am
    9 points
  23. It's the future of HSFB message boards the elite posters will transfer to a new account every season and the weaker posters will fade away.
    9 points
  24. 9 points
  25. Thank you @Ga96 I got up this morning about 2:45 to take a piss. Was thinking of things I needed to do today. Home Depot run ✅ Dry Cleaner drop off ✅ Workout ✅ Remove some rock from front yard ✅ Totally forgot to compute a list of 16-18 years old kids at Centennial High hundreds of miles away from me who I don’t know listing where they are going to school and where have they have gone to school before. Man you freed up my Monday. Nice work fella.
    9 points
  26. the AuDACITY lol...jk
    9 points
  27. I fucking love it. Was in Pensacola this weekend when Tennessee was whipping up on Kentucky and some asshole UK people came and asked us to sit down in a bar so they could see the game since they were on the sofa all the way across the bar from the tv before we got there. Old tall lurch looking fucker was like I asked nicely. I was like, we politely decline because its a bar and there is no rule against standing. I didn't yet realize they were UK and losing until his wife came over and said I know the owner and Im gonna have yall bounced. I told her to get to bouncing. Hahaha. I started fucking with them hard about UT whipping them for the rest of our little time in there. Fuck Kentucky! Go St. Peters!
    9 points
  28. @Sammyswordsman @GardenStateBaller Thanks but no thanks I will not be joining the other website that you and GSB opened. Please don’t send me private messages via this website to try to bring me over there. #Don’tBeASquid
    9 points
  29. Time to celebrate. Time to worship the agave plant. Time to call the Hawgs. I'm doing all 3 at Casa Tequila. They haven't thrown me out....YET. Rufus>>
    9 points
  30. @ATLien12x I told you reel yo folks in... Talking about MD and yall out here losing losing to Honey Maid Graham Crackers High School...
    9 points
  31. 8 points
  32. He pretended to play for Lee County to prove a point they accept transfers? Where did he live during his time at Lee? He wants to quietly exit to not be an interruption, but posts this long novel on social media? This story sounds faker than @Ga96 pretending to be some 7on7 coach
    8 points
  33. You and Mark Mangino going to fuck up a Dunkin’ Donuts this week to celebrate
    8 points
  34. For Browns fans, all the alcohol in the world isn’t going to help ease the pain of the epic collapse debacle they produced today. I suggest some straight wood-grain moonshine:
    8 points
  35. Remember when that dick drinker thought basha was the next #1 team in Arizona because they had 1 kid from Louisiana? She couldn’t stay out of her own way if she tried. Complete dork. Btw that kid is now at Bishop Gorman who lost to Mater Dei last week. Semen slurper @RedZone gonna slurp. So so sad!
    8 points
  36. Huge win for Central. Know the difference between IMG and the California juggernauts? COACHING. Never seen a more talented bunch look so normal at times. I’ve watched SFA kick their ass twice and now Central a team that no business beating them, takes them down. Good for MC though I’ve alway respected the hell out of that program. They’ll play anyone anytime anywhere
    8 points
  37. For those that are not familiar with my alma mater “DILLARD HIGH” we are a historically black high school out of ft Lauderdale Florida. Founded in 1907 as the first black high school in broward county during segregation. Back in the 80, 90, & early 2000’s Dillard was a state powerhouse in football. but with private schools emerging in the area such as “STA,AHP & chaminade Madonna my panthers struggled to keep their players in house ; which unfortunately led to a few coaches changes throughout the next decade. my panthers went from a dominant respected force in football to a has been program that still had the fan base & the history , but not a lot of success. since 2017 though Dillard has posted 36-4 record, a (10-0) undefeated regular season in 2019, a Tri county champion in 2020 & a (10-1) record in 2022.
    8 points
  38. What high school hires “Private Security” for their football teams locker room if there hasn’t been a significant concern or history of incidents in the past? That alone not only raises red flags, it indicates the presence of football program that has a major culture problem IMO.
    8 points
  39. I In honor of #78 Jackson Buresh at Servite's Grotto.
    8 points
  40. This is from a couple of weeks ago after a nice arm workout so I was 'feeling it" for a photo. One thing the pandemic did for me is got me back into the gym heavily after back sliding some for a period. It's tough to find motivation to make yourself go after working all day, but, I've learned that just being OCD about my schedule has helped. Discipline and dedication outweigh motivation. They are a constant while motivation comes and goes as does energy and health. #oldguysrule!
    8 points
  41. Its possible to talk about football without trying to act like you're the world's premier expert on Florida and trying to be condescending to everyone else. The best way to earn respect is to drop your knowledge, accept criticism, and keep it moving. All the lashing out and proclaiming oneself the top expert on anything is tough to stomach. Ignore the haters and do you. Right? I don't always agree with him, and, Los has a brash, matter of fact style, but, a lot of times he's right. Maybe more often than not even. The people that seem to bump heads with him the most are the loudest homers or self proclaimed experts. Interesting, that.
    8 points
  42. Every time I've been leaving a club at 6:30 AM, this same thing happens between me and other patrons.
    8 points
  43. Easily the early candidate for the completely dumbest post of 2022. Well done.
    8 points
  44. 8 points


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