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  1. 13 years agon February 1, 2010, I launched FloridaHSFootball.com as something to be involved in the world of high school football and here we are getting ready to roll into year 14! Thank you to everyone for your support along the way!
    4 points
  2. h8r

    Coach Salaries

    everyone wants to sit in that big chair, until they figure out your now ceo laundry boy helmet repair guy field maintence paint crew PR executive wrist taper highlight film maker nose wiper booster president fundraising expert recruiting guru teacher of regular ed kids lesson plan writer of those regular ed classes you teach tech guy camera guy just to name a few roles and didnt say 1 thing about on field coaching......
    4 points
  3. I wish more teams that have no shot at a state title would join this league. That way they can consolidate classes. There are about 100 teams that would fare better in a league like this
    2 points
  4. Coach

    Coach Salaries

    The biggest issue with pay for coaches is that there will always be people who want to be a head coach in Florida. As long as 60+ applicants apply to these vacancies whenever they open, there’s no incentive for the districts to pay more because of the same “next man up” philosophy coaches preach. Everybody who is a head coach wants more money. But, there’s a much larger number of people itching to sit in the big chair regardless of the supplement. When you look at neighboring states though, it’s laughable that Florida values athletics so little considering the wealth of talent.
    2 points
  5. VIF, I'm not defending Lakeland's program, but according to this thread alone, Venice has picked up a something-star QB from South Plantation, a DT from IMG, a 5-star CB from Riverview and a 4-star QB from IMG -- and it's not even the end of January yet! Can you understand why some people out there feel the same way about Venice that you feel about Lakeland?
    2 points
  6. Happy Anniversary. I can't remember . . . what's the appropriate gift for a 13th anniversary? I think it may be lace. In any event, congratulations!
    1 point
  7. gatorman-uf

    Coach Salaries

    The teacher and principal salary numbers come from the Florida Department of Education website. The teacher salaries are for all teachers in a district. The principal salaries are only for High School principals, salaries for Middle School, Elementary, and "Other" schools are averaged differently. Since we are dealing with FHSAA I only included high school principals.
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  8. gatorman-uf

    Coach Salaries

    ALACHUA Teacher $50,780.24 (24) Principal $99,783.75 (27) Coach $4,629 (35) BAKER Teacher $46,737.21 (52) Principal $80,695.37 (55) Coach $4,350 (44) BAY Teacher $49,248.63 (31) Principal $89,965.43 (44) Coach * BRADFORD Teacher $44,688.97 (62) Principal $89,972.40 (43) Coach $7,000 (6) BREVARD Teacher $49,990.84 (30) Principal $101,711.66 (25) Coach $3,742 (55) BROWARD Teacher $54,303.70 (7) Principal $119,185.82 (6) Coach $3,038 (63) CALHOUN Teacher $42,248.75 (67) Principal $80,325.05 (57) Coach $4,960 (27) CHARLOTTE Teacher $53,622.19 (10) Principal $116,282.20 (10) Coach $6,211 (11) CITRUS Teacher $51,043.93 (22) Principal $83,202.18 (52) Coach $4,043 (50) CLAY Teacher $47,223.38 (49) Principal $81,774.87 (53) Coach $6,388 (9) COLLIER Teacher $58,815.76 (3) Principal $127,750.41 (1) Coach $8,000 (2) COLUMBIA Teacher $46,660.76 (53) Principal $102,885.00 (21) Coach $4,616 (36) DESOTO Teacher $49,233.65 (33) Principal $84,000.00 (51) Coach $4,030 (51) DIXIE Teacher $48,062.62 (45) Principal $81,422.00 (54) Coach $4,700 (33) DUVAL Teacher $52,257.34 (15) Principal $104,113.00 (17) Coach $3,994 (53) ESCAMBIA Teacher $47,281.75 (48) Principal $102,724.75 (22) Coach $7,025 (5) FLAGLER Teacher $55,509.17 (4) Principal $102,323.82 (24) Coach $4,500 (40) FRANKLIN Teacher $46,089.96 (57) Principal (66) Coach $4,614 (37) GADSDEN Teacher $44,224.14 (65) Principal $79,942.63 (59) Coach * GILCHRIST Teacher $51,276.71 (20) Principal $79,105.00 (60) Coach $3,500 (61) GLADES Teacher $49,036.75 (34) Principal $88,000.00 (48) Coach $5,938 (16) GULF Teacher $48,792.60 (36) Principal $94,191.00 (39) Coach $4,867 (30) HAMILTON Teacher $44,858.10 (60) Principal $84,588.00 (50) Coach $4,416 (43) HARDEE Teacher $48,600.30 (40) Principal $100,150.00 (26) Coach $7,100 (4) HENDRY Teacher $51,292.45 (19) Principal $96,468.54 (32) Coach $5,631 (21) HERNANDO Teacher $50,088.19 (29) Principal $95,550.22 (35) Coach $4,200 (48) HIGHLANDS Teacher $49,244.01 (32) Principal $95,616.00 (34) Coach $5,760 (18) HILLSBOROUGH Teacher $53,978.54 (9) Principal $96,267.80 (33) Coach $3,736 (56) HOLMES Teacher $46,917.34 (51) Principal $77,779.96 (61) Coach $6,701 (7) INDIAN RIVER Teacher $54,036.21 (8) Principal $102,470.66 (23) Coach $5,957 (15) JACKSON Teacher $44,782.51 (61) Principal $77,161.00 (62) Coach $5,379 (23) JEFFERSON Teacher $48,372.39 (42) Principal (67) Coach * LAFAYETTE Teacher $52,010.02 (16) Principal $95,402.00 (36) Coach $4,505 (39) LAKE Teacher $47,395.40 (47) Principal $107,017.91 (13) Coach $3,632 (58) LEE Teacher $50,353.75 (27) Principal $108,888.09 (12) Coach $4,658 (34) LEON Teacher $48,658.14 (38) Principal $106,451.35 (14) Coach $4,880 (29) LEVY Teacher $45,532.34 (59) Principal $80,181.25 (58) Coach $3,620 (59) LIBERTY Teacher $44,247.47 (64) Principal $72,442.62 (64) Coach $3,700 (57) MADISON Teacher $42,895.82 (66) Principal $74,959.00 (63) Coach $4,339 (45) MANATEE Teacher $50,517.28 (26) Principal $117,747.20 (8) Coach $5,049 (24) MARION Teacher $48,189.74 (43) Principal $99,009.43 (31) Coach $5,000 (25) MARTIN Teacher $48,582.25 (41) Principal $103,936.68 (19) Coach $5,902 (17) MIAMI-DADE Teacher $53,158.98 (12) Principal $126,272.00 (3) Coach $4,749 (32) MONROE Teacher $61,120.44 (2) Principal $110,900.00 (11) Coach $6,025 (13) NASSAU Teacher $48,639.14 (39) Principal $88,398.02 (46) Coach $4,940 (28) OKALOOSA Teacher $55,112.54 (5) Principal $99,047.16 (30) Coach $27,671 (1) OKEECHOBEE Teacher $50,702.79 (25) Principal $87,095.00 (49) Coach $5,000 (26) ORANGE Teacher $51,345.58 (18) Principal $99,239.92 (29) Coach $3,795 (54) OSCEOLA Teacher $48,936.81 (35) Principal $94,320.88 (37) Coach $4,112 (49) PALM BEACH Teacher $52,952.22 (14) Principal $104,326.35 (16) Coach $4,532 (38) PASCO Teacher $46,379.62 (56) Principal $94,198.98 (38) Coach $4,476 (42) PINELLAS Teacher $51,810.14 (17) Principal $119,035.97 (7) Coach $3,570 (60) POLK Teacher $48,064.89 (44) Principal $91,397.99 (41) Coach $4,500 (41) PUTNAM Teacher $51,153.08 (21) Principal $93,229.60 (40) Coach $3,500 (62) SANTA ROSA Teacher $50,265.32 (28) Principal $99,561.08 (28) Coach $7,171 (3) SARASOTA Teacher $62,655.71 (1) Principal $127,643.81 (2) Coach $6,000 (14) SEMINOLE Teacher $50,943.52 (23) Principal $104,085.51 (18) Coach $4,020 (52) ST. JOHNS Teacher $46,589.79 (55) Principal $123,010.63 (4) Coach $5,750 (19) ST. LUCIE Teacher $48,767.02 (37) Principal $116,712.24 (9) Coach $5,520 (22) SUMTER Teacher $54,377.61 (6) Principal $104,932.23 (15) Coach $4,853 (31) SUWANNEE Teacher $52,975.67 (13) Principal $91,310.00 (42) Coach $4,300 (46) TAYLOR Teacher $46,952.53 (50) Principal $80,376.00 (56) Coach $5,670 (20) UNION Teacher $44,296.60 (63) Principal $69,402.00 (65) Coach $6,119 (12) VOLUSIA Teacher $47,780.61 (46) Principal $102,913.60 (20) Coach $4,256 (47) WAKULLA Teacher $46,601.86 (54) Principal $89,051.00 (45) Coach $6,480 (8) WALTON Teacher $53,456.20 (11) Principal $119,879.33 (5) Coach * WASHINGTON Teacher $45,912.26 (58) Principal $88,282.91 (47) Coach $6,313 (10)
    1 point
  9. The Sunshine State Athletic Conference will have over 75 teams across three different leagues going into the 2023 season which is the largest number of programs they will have ever since forming in 2008. 40 team will make up the 11-man league which is mostly private and small charter schools while the Atlantic league will have 12 teams mostly consisting of struggling public high school programs. The 8-man league will have 25 teams across six divisions. Here is more on everything including quotes from the SSAC: https://floridahsfootball.com/2023/01/25/sunshine-state-athletic-conference-announces-2023-teams-for-11-man-8-man-and-atlantic-leagues/
    1 point
  10. Coach

    Coach Salaries

    The supplements are annual, usually paid out over the course of the season. So coaches don’t typically get paid anything from like December - September (at least near where I live). Assistant coaches get roughly $2000 for all their work, which is even more pathetic
    1 point
  11. Who do you all have winning today? I've got the Eagles and Bengals!
    1 point
  12. That is simple and should be agreed upon by all. What isn't so simple is not just knowing who committed the offense but proving it in a court of law beyond a reasonable doubt. That standard will continue to shield offenders.
    1 point
  13. Assclown please believe I wasn't asking, it was more so to get your opinion...Clown! I don't give a damn if MC is better than Chaminade. We will come up to Pork County and whip Lakeland's Candy Ass!!!
    1 point
  14. Here's my perspective: If you build up a program the right way -- the clean way -- to the point where kids want to be a part of your program, good for you. Under those circumstances (difficult as they may be now under the existing rules), a coach ought to proudly exclaim "We welcomed in 15 transfers this past season -- kids that could have gone anywhere they wanted, but who chose to be part of our program. And those kids made our team better. Thankfully, our school is not at capacity, so we could take them in and they certainly helped turn our team into a state championship caliber team." On the other hand, if anyone affiliated with the school (the head coach, assistant coach, alum, supporter, "handler," etc.) is out there beating the bushes, approaching kids at 7 on 7 events, contacting parents of kids 100 miles away, or doing anything else to 'encourage' kids to transfer to their school, the individuals responsible for the actions deserve to be punished and the school should face penalties, including being ineligible for state championship series for a year or more. It's just that simple: attracting transfers is OK; recruiting transfers is not.
    1 point
  15. Lakeland would've been strong with or without transfers but anybody who thinks those transfers in didn't put them over the top in 2022 is just in their own alternate universe. Those guys that transferred into LHS were IMG level guys.
    1 point
  16. Some former powerhouse programs now playing in this league. I see it as both good and bad.
    1 point
  17. You are correct but I was addressing his BS concerning the kids from LGibson, because once again he has no clue what he's talking about.
    1 point
  18. Whether they realize it or not, each school is in control. Some choose the path that earns your respect while others choose the path that earns your disdain; a conscious decision is made and whichever path they choose they will have to live with it. I think the vast majority of programs in the top 10% do adhere to the rules and still get transfers; the top 1% programs I question/wonder how they do it. Not here to smear anyone but are those few coaches really that good??
    1 point
  19. Child please! I don't expect you or anyone from weak ass Lakeland to have a sensible comment on the matter. What makes a poll credible in your Dreadnought eyes? This should be good...I'll wait.
    1 point
  20. Eagles-Bengals Super Bowl incoming. The Chiefs have already proven that they can't beat the Cincinatti, and that was BEFORE Mahomes hurt his leg this past game. As for the NFC, I just flat out don't know how the 49ers plan to score against the Eagle's defense. They looked unstoppable in their game against the Giants. At home, with the crowd in their favor and the team playing like it is now, Eagles should defeat San Francisco by about 10.
    1 point
  21. Love the Chiefs!
    1 point
  22. PinellasFB

    Coach Salaries

    I thought those were monthly supplements to their teachers pay, not annual? I mean some would make only $300 extra a month for all the time and energy it takes to coach football as a year round program.
    0 points
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