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  1. You are correct. “High school only and no rabbit” sounds like the distinction. Thanks.
  2. Alan Webb broke that years ago… by a mile! Is it technically a different distance or something or am I just wrong?
  3. On top of tons of injuries, he was a tweener, I’d say. Not a good enough runner to play tailback and not big enough or good enough blocker to play fullback. But I don’t care if he doesn’t fit in the offense, you find a way to get a guy like that on the field. It just never made any sense.
  4. Didn’t look like he was very close to 200lbs during track season. 10.25 is still a 10.25. McNair running a 10.6 and 21.6 at 230lbs… now that was scary.
  5. Fortunately for you, he hates to play multiple QBs. So much so that he'd rather lose games than bring in the 4* backups when the starter is clearly not gonna get the job done. Oh, how I will miss thee, Brian Kelly. 😄
  6. I was joking about DLS, I would hope they have a passing league team. The difference is most definitely in the trenches. But it sure doesn't hurt to have the #1 RB, #2 CB, #6 WR, etc... I think as much as their lines it's their depth that sets them apart. It's tough to beat a team without a weakness, especially when you don't have a favorable matchup anywhere on the field.
  7. Corona Centennial has always had an average 7 on 7 team. So there's that. And I doubt DLS's passing league teams ever light up the scoreboard. Do they even have one?
  8. Are people typically ambidextrous with both hands and feet? If I tried to drop back as a lefty QB I'd probably fall on my face. But there could be an advantage when rolling out. I don't know a lot about O line, but it would it be an advantage with certain blocking schemes or if there is a much stronger rush from one side? Regardless, it's impressive. Apparently only 1% of the population is ambidextrous, and there's a lot of other interesting things associated.
  9. Track isn’t a very popular sport in CA. But those 4x100 2A times are absolutely ridiculous.
  10. I’ve never hear the word “revenue” come out of any football fan’s mouth outside of Texas. People want you to give it up? K. I want to see top teams play in the state, not because I “can’t wait until playoffs,” but because I like to see top teams play. That’s the one and only argument. Why don’t they ever try and schedule any good games? Because they might play each other in four months after the first several cupcake rounds of the playoffs are over?
  11. Then you should be aware that lots of people from Mater Dei have been prosecuted for molesting young boys. And must they be prosecuted? Because many weren’t.
  12. I’m Not Wrong. Who are you?
  13. In Texas they prefer to never actually play anyone good. Instead they schedule cupcakes, all the best teams finish with one loss, and they get to do things like debate hypothetical “Allen vs Katy” and talk about how great they were and how they beat Nobody every week 60-0. 🥱
  14. I also think it’s plausible, and I agree with your AD assessment. We all know how witnesses remember details, it doesn’t mean they’re lying or there’s I’ll intent. Like you said, she has no reason to lie, the stories corroborate, and that would be quite a strange thing to conspire on and fabricate. All signs and common sense point to it being the truth. He also said he’d be a millionaire if every time “these” kids played bodies… Not just kids in general. I don’t know what sort of wisdom is packed inside the observation that kids get in school fights, but to me he’s clearly referencing a specific group of kids. Namely, “these” kids I coach every day. Also, if he doesn’t even have “time for this shit” to know or address what’s going on in his own locker room with the kids he’s responsible for, just how would he be privy to the first thing about what kids are doing elsewhere on campus or outside of it? I don’t buy your former explanation one bit. And based on everything of yours I’ve read, I don’t buy that you would either if it weren’t for your personal connection with the man. I agree with most of what you’ve posted, especially the hazing accusations which should and hopefully will be defeated. I disagree with your assessment here, and, among a few other details, I disagree with the assessment and characterization (of MD in general) around the fight and what led up to it. But my thoughts around that aren’t very relevant as I would not expect any school on the planet to be able to prevent two students who wanted to fight from fighting. That’s a ridiculous and unrealistic expectation. I have a background in investigations and counter intelligence, and I come from a family with enough lawyers to staff a medium-sized firm. As a result, I feel I’ve become pretty adept at sifting through truth and bullshit. Though limited facts have emerged, I’ve been spot on with my assessment since the first news story broke. Much of it is exaggeration and overblown, and most of the facts are on your side. But not all of them, that much is certain. It goes without saying these are my personal opinions based on my knowledge of the incident. That knowledge is far less than some and far more than most. My concerns and opinions are just that — mine. And I think it’s obvious what my main concern is. Hopefully I’m wrong, but I’ll likely never know.
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