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IMG Football Schedule announced 2019

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IMG’s impressive schedule:

8/16 @ Columbia

8/23 @ Venice

8/30  Miami Norland

9/6  Miami Northwestern

9/13 @ St Joseph’s Prep

9/20 @ St John’s

9/26 Booker T Washington

10/3 Clarkson High (Canada)

10/10 Life Christian Academy

10/17 @ St. Frances

10/25 Bye

11/3 @ Hoover

Any thoughts on this? Source- https://www.imgacademy.com/2019-football-schedule

 

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20 minutes ago, VeniceIndiansFootball said:

IMG’s impressive schedule:

8/17 @ Columbia

8/23 @ Venice

8/30  Miami Norland

9/6  Miami Northwestern

9/13 @ St Joseph’s Prep

9/20 @ St John’s

9/26 Booker T Washington

10/3 Clarkson High (Canada)

10/10 Life Christian Academy

10/17 @ St. Frances

10/25 Bye

11/3 @ Hoover

Any thoughts on this? Source- https://www.imgacademy.com/2019-football-schedule

 

 

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1 hour ago, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

Us playing them on a Saturday may help Venice since IMG will be on a shorter week with only 6 days to prepare for that game with Venice

Oh yeah you guys are gonna squash them there’s no doubt about that. I would bet heavily on Columbia winning that game. I’m just concerned about Venice staying healthy for the regular season after that game.

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16 hours ago, VeniceIndiansFootball said:

Oh yeah you guys are gonna squash them there’s no doubt about that. I would bet heavily on Columbia winning that game. I’m just concerned about Venice staying healthy for the regular season after that game.

How much?

https://twitter.com/CountyPolk

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You sound offended, so I will ask you the same question.

How much?

P.S.   I never lost money on LW because I didn't bet they would beat Vanguard, however I did lose a boatload telling everyone in Fla that Lakeland would monkey stomp Columbia in the 7A North Region Finals.

Oh wait, that didn't happen either.<_<

https://twitter.com/CountyPolk

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26 minutes ago, LakelandGator said:

You sound offended, so I will ask you the same question.

How much?

P.S.   I never lost money on LW because I didn't bet they would beat Vanguard, however I did lose a boatload telling everyone in Fla that Lakeland would monkey stomp Columbia in the 7A North Region Finals.

Oh wait, that didn't happen either.<_<

https://twitter.com/CountyPolk

I'm not betting with someone who i would than have to drive 2 and a half hours to collect the money from

 

I would have to bet 200 or 300 just to break even on my travel to Lakeland to get the money, I'm bold not stupid

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7 minutes ago, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

I'm not betting with someone who i would than have to drive 2 and a half hours to collect the money from

 

I would have to bet 200 or 300 just to break even on my travel to Lakeland to get the money, I'm bold not stupid

What kind of vehicle are you driving that it would cost $300 to drive to Lakeland...? I could drive from Jax to Lakeland for $100 round trip in my truck. 

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Just now, Jags904 said:

What kind of vehicle are you driving that it would cost $300 to drive to Lakeland...? I could drive from Jax to Lakeland for $100 round trip in my truck. 

That's the thing, i don't have one which means I would probably have to use Greyhound or Uber to do that trip 

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Just now, OldSchoolLion said:

You should get one of these.  They get great gas mileage.  

 

Image result for lakeland dreadnaughts photoImage result for lakeland dreadnaughts photo

Lol those helmet carts look awesome, i really wish we had one of those at Columbia

 

Though with my experience with golf carts they drive way too slow for me to drive to Lakeland with them lol

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Just now, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

Lol those helmet carts look awesome, i really wish we had one of those at Columbia

 

Though with my experience with golf carts they drive way too slow for me to drive to Lakeland with them lol

How about this? You could lead the team out onto the field on it.:lol:

 

Image result for tigers tricycle

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I’ve seen this but their schedule doesn’t make sense. It shows them playing the likes of  Vero Beach,  Clearwater Academy and Superior.  Could they be JV games?

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