What an ugly marriage of convenience. I guess you do what you have to do.
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I think the "trap" is assuming that all S-As that comes from Florida are awesome at football. It's more a mismanagement of expectations than anything else, IMO.
Actually I'm pretty happy about the slate of ODAC/USASAC games this year. For once it doesn't necessarily seem like strength on weakness. Guilford/Huntingdon and E&H/Maryville are interesting. But so is Averett/HSC and Averett/RMC. I think Averett is on the way up, and those games back to back might provide some really interesting data about the state of the ODAC this year. N.C. Wes/Shenandoah could be good as well. The Ferrum and Methodist/Guilford game don't do much for me, but overall, this could be an interesting year for the ODAC/USASAC match ups. Mainly because Averett seems to be on the upswing.
Does anyone know when the last time the USAC beat the ODAC during the OOC slate?
I thought of an interesting off season topic: ranking the quality of SAA school's foobball facilities. I do think Berry is at the top, with Valhalla. I have been to a game at Centre, which has a nice little stadium, but I hate the absence of a visitors "side." I would assume Hendrix has nice facilities, but again I think only seating on one side of the filed, which is just not ideal. I would be interested to read other's opinions.
198 to 13? GC officials and fans should be very happy with the Greensboro College decision. That game helped neither program.You're right. Greensboro players didn't want to play it and it hurt Guilford in 2015 ... if we had played and even lost a game to a ranked team, I think the Quakers would have made the NCAA playoffs. I don't know the exact years, but it was 52-0 one year, 77-13 another and 69-0 in the third.
Never thought JK was calling me out. He really could have done so after W&L put up 52 on my Tigers, but even then, he choose not to.
I was just clarifying. I'm not a big believer in the need for a college degree, any person can always "make it" in this world w/o one.
You must be the definition of a scholar and a gentleman, jk.
never said blue collar equates to low class, don even think I implied it. most of my family works blue collar jobs(not requiring a college degree) either in the construction world or at one of the local industrial plants; not college educated is my point, certainly not low class.
I don't think he was specifically calling you out, I think he meant society as a whole.
We live in a world where all 10th graders are "#D1Bound". If anything other than D1 seems to be beneath them, wouldn't being an HVAC technician be, too?
I would agree with your points. Better days may lay ahead for Greensboro.
I'd like to know what impact having 20+ "one and done" kids have on some football programs in our region.
According to MC's athletics website, there were 133 football participants in 2016 with an operating expense (team travel, lodging, and meals; uniforms and equipment; and officials) of $111,200 ($836 per participant). This figure does not include salaries for the head coach, 6 full time assistants, and 2 part time assistants.
Revenue for the football team was $775,849. No idea if salaries have been subtracted from this number.