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Media day coverage & school by school 2019 outlook

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A few years back I use to be able to go in Miami herald or sun sentinel around this time and get a lot of info about each teams media day, what schools to look out for this upcoming season ..district by district predictions now I can’t find anything.

jt Wilcox use to be on a website I can’t remember the name they had a lot of south Florida coverage as well even weekly predictions but I don’t think that site is up anymore.

do anyone have a clue where I can go now to get all that was stated above.

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I see Sun-Sentinel wrote up about Gibbons and STA. Try clicking those articles, sometimes they bury info about other programs in the articles but don't mention it in the headlines. Most of their content appears to be gearing towards recruiting. 

SFHSSports is where JT used to work. They are still (barely) kicking around. Things went downhill when Josh Darrow left and then JT leaving really hurt them. 

Doesn't look like JT is doing much HSFB these days. Used to be writing for some small (possibly up-start) outlet. 

Miami Herald has one article which seems (after quickly skimming it) to at least touch on the major points for the upcoming season. 

I know NBC (6) was at media day, not sure what they published. WSVN (7) and WPLG (10) should have sent reporters too, though I'm not entirely sure if they did. 

I saw a tweet or two from Fox Sports Florida at media day so looks like they may have something. 

 

Palm Beach's media day was well-covered since 640 put it on and they have tons of interviews, I believe. 

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2 hours ago, SportsNut25 said:

I see Sun-Sentinel wrote up about Gibbons and STA. Try clicking those articles, sometimes they bury info about other programs in the articles but don't mention it in the headlines. Most of their content appears to be gearing towards recruiting. 

SFHSSports is where JT used to work. They are still (barely) kicking around. Things went downhill when Josh Darrow left and then JT leaving really hurt them. 

Doesn't look like JT is doing much HSFB these days. Used to be writing for some small (possibly up-start) outlet. 

Miami Herald has one article which seems (after quickly skimming it) to at least touch on the major points for the upcoming season. 

I know NBC (6) was at media day, not sure what they published. WSVN (7) and WPLG (10) should have sent reporters too, though I'm not entirely sure if they did. 

I saw a tweet or two from Fox Sports Florida at media day so looks like they may have something. 

 

Palm Beach's media day was well-covered since 640 put it on and they have tons of interviews, I believe. 

Yea I seen the sun sentinel one but it don’t have each school individual media day coverage Miami herald use to but not anymore.

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The changing media landscape is responsible for the decline in coverage. Most of the traditional media outlets are hurting financially and, therefore, don't devote much resources to high school football anymore. In the Orlando area, WFTV still does a pretty good media days. We will see how much longer this lasts. 

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5 hours ago, DarterBlue2 said:

The changing media landscape is responsible for the decline in coverage. Most of the traditional media outlets are hurting financially and, therefore, don't devote much resources to high school football anymore. In the Orlando area, WFTV still does a pretty good media days. We will see how much longer this lasts. 

They had about 2 to 3hrs of coverage for media day. Covering the scope of Central Florida.

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