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  1. trickeration not against da rulz…
  2. Cocoa. But if the don’t hold CG under 21, then CG.
  3. does bulldog 1987 still post on these forums? I bet he’s excited
  4. No the clock would keep running. You don’t think teams have lined up with nine seconds left and spiked the ball? Of course they have. But when the other team is running the ball back 25 yards the other way you can’t lineup.
  5. No I’m saying that the referee had the judgment call to give them an untimed down
  6. NCAA Rule 12-3-7 expressly states that “the replay official may correct obvious errors that may have a significant impact on the outcome of the game, including those involving the game clock, whether or not a play is reviewable.” The Florida player appeared to intercept the ball and ran it back the other way. But the play was dead when Travis’s knee was down. This prevented FSU from having any shot of lining up to run one more play. The referees did review the play. They should’ve come up with the correct resolution, which was one untimed down.
  7. reading this I think I’m right. Could have been an untimed down at end… https://www.dailyprincetonian.com/article/2021/11/princeton-harvard-football-game-bonfire-ivy-league
  8. Have you seen the size of Jesuits line? They can run schemes and blitzes to get through of course, but Jesuit o line is likely not going to be dominated one on one.
  9. This. But I think NW/Jesuit and Tech/LG could be too close to call.
  10. How about the end of the game? I thought there should be one untimed down remaining. Travis was down prior to the ball being thrown. The pick was then returned several yards, making it impossible for FSU to line up and snap the ball. Don't know the actual rule on that, but it seems if the the actions of the other team, even if unintentional, make it impossible for a team to line up in a hurry and snap the ball, that there should be one untimed down. Again, this is coming from a biased FSU fan, but it would be good to know the rule.
  11. RIP Mr. Pinkos. You'll be missed. You made a selfless contribution to HS football. I'll miss looking at your rankings and predictions. God bless you and your family.
  12. https://www.tampabay.com/sports/high-schools/2021/10/11/mike-fenton-coach-of-jeffersons-2010-state-title-team-dies/?outputType=amp
  13. Long time Jefferson Coach who led them to 2010 State Championship passed away today. RIP coach.
  14. Won't happen. Recruiting factory STA is fearful of playing recruiting factory IMG because they don't want to lose recruits.
  15. AHP losing to Treasure is shocking. Hillsborough blowing out Steinbrenner is not really that shocking.
  16. SFA it’s just an All-Star team, you only play a team like this to gauge where you’re at. But STA is also an all star team so should be a good game.
  17. lol, Venice fans getting way ahead of themselves here. Congrats on the good preseason win. Some of the statements made in this thread are kind of comical. We’ll see where this all plays out in about four months.
  18. 181pl

    RIP STEVEOPT

    Nolebull813, pretty sure you're local. Please stop by if you can.
  19. 181pl

    RIP STEVEOPT

    Thanks Josh and Darter. If you'll be in Tampa this weekend please stop by.
  20. 181pl

    RIP STEVEOPT

    A close friend of mine and big a supporter of HS football passed away a few weeks.Steve and I spent countless hours attending and critiquing football at all levels over the last 16 years. The conversation would usually carry over to the bar or restaurant afterwards. Steve loved supporting local sports, especially Robinson High football, baseball, etc. He also was somewhat of a historian, with a memory like an elephant. Talking to Steve would sometimes transport you right back to childhood when we were discussing local sports legends and the places we used to haunt as kids. He remembered everything.He also showed up to support my kids (and the kids of many of our friends) for any kind of sport, from middle school soccer and flag football, to high school football, track wrestling, etc.Steve also mentored and influenced dozens upon dozens of young athletes and encouraged them to stick with their dreams and to stay on the right track. He did so out of experience, and he didn't want them to repeat some of the mistakes he made as a young person. This was especially evident when he was struggling in his last few months with the big C, as so many young athletes, some of whom are current or former pro athletes, and many of whom are now college educated adults, created a constant stream of visitors who came by to check on him and talk.Our common friends and I will really miss the conversations and stories, whether on the phone, at the game, or at the bar over far too many Miller Lites. You will be missed but never forgotten.There is a memorial cookout planned for Steve on April 24, 2021 at our mutual friends home.Noon to 53900 Pearl Ave.Tampa, FL 33611This is the place where we did some old-school cookouts where several FlaVarsity and BCP members showed up and had some fun swapping stories and eating and drinking. Show up in his honor if you can.Rest in Peace my friend
  21. Well that didn't work out too well. Lol. Minneola was probably shell shocked. They're much better than they showed
  22. The Big Ten Champ was considered the State Champion. Plant got one or two way back. So did Hillsborough.
  23. Excellent game. 25-22 TCA. TCA was flat in the first and most of the second quarter. But they outplayed CM the rest of the way. CM put a great drive together to re-take the lead with 3:03 in the left in the fourth quarter. But TCA marched down the field and scored on a 4th and 7 from about the CM 30 on a pass. CM drove to the TCA 48, but took an intentional grounding and a sack to finish the game. Very good game. Duval 1, S. Fla. 1.
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