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47 minutes ago, uncleluke23 said:

So are you saying if all the talent in the area went to one school and the right coaching staff, Pensacola would make it's presence felt at the championship on a consistent basis ?

You'd need one school to hog all of the talent to have a shot nowadays.

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40 minutes ago, Zoe Boy said:

You think Miami Central is a all star team or has most of the talent in Dade lol 

No. I think 90% of the talent in Dade is consolidated at 5-6 schools. Central has a little more than any of those others as well. So, in an area as heavily populated with talent as Dade (there may not be another like it in the country) having that talent so heavily concentrated at a handful of schools means those schools are super talented. As you Dade folks have been quick to remind us, there are lots of really crappy Dade county teams (who've had their rosters raided by those 5-6 schools).

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9 minutes ago, skyway said:

No. I think 90% of the talent in Dade is consolidated at 5-6 schools. Central has a little more than any of those others as well. So, in an area as heavily populated with talent as Dade (there may not be another like it in the country) having that talent so heavily concentrated at a handful of schools means those schools are super talented. As you Dade folks have been quick to remind us, there are lots of really crappy Dade county teams (who've had their rosters raided by those 5-6 schools).

Which is true but that’s not what’s hurting those other schools.. The charters schools and the small privates made it worst imo and trust me those 5-6 school don’t have 90% of the talent...

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I wonder if coaching has something to do with the 5-6 Dade County football teams who are successful over the other schools in the county. I remember some posters were criticizing the Central coaches earlier in the season. I will tell you that those Rocket players were being coached up very well in the 6A title game. I was very impressed by the Central coaches.

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9 minutes ago, Zoe Boy said:

Which is true but that’s not what’s hurting those other schools.. The charters schools and the small privates made it worst imo and trust me those 5-6 school don’t have 90% of the talent...

Maybe not 90%, but a percentage MUCH higher than their enrollment would suggest they'd have.

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1 minute ago, Jambun82 said:

I wonder if coaching has something to do with the 5-6 Dade County football teams who are successful over the other schools in the county. I remember some posters were criticizing the Central coaches earlier in the season. I will tell you that those Rocket players were being coached up very well in the 6A title game. I was very impressed by the Central coaches.

Sure, the coaching is likely better, which in turn attracts more players.

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2 hours ago, Zoe Boy said:

Defense wise yes. To me they offense is ok.. Not something to go crazy about..

I can respect that. However we put up 30 in one half against Cent and they gave yall a td that was not a td and took our first td away saying sideline interference. We will be ok. Young freshman qb. Cent defense has to get better next year tho. But at end of the day both teams should be in same this same position next year. 

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10 hours ago, skyway said:

Escambia would qualify as an excellent, perhaps legendary, team per the standards of the 1980s or 90s. Before the trend of mass consolidation of area talent on a few teams, Escambia would have been a state champion mentioned as arguably the best team in their school's history. But they, along with, frankly, all of the other teams in those days, are no match for a team as loaded with Dade county's best players like Central is in recent years. They'd need to raid Pine Forest's roster to have a chance to beat a team like Miami Central.

 

I would say excellent not legendary.  They played in a weak region and hosted all games.  

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Those Miami Central RBs are special. I didn't get to see the game last night but I was at the Palmetto game. Those MC backs kept running off-tackle plays and breaking tackles one after another. Palmetto was in position alot/most of the time but those MC backs were never brought down by the first defender. 

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2 hours ago, topnotch305 said:

I can respect that. However we put up 30 in one half against Cent and they gave yall a td that was not a td and took our first td away saying sideline interference. We will be ok. Young freshman qb. Cent defense has to get better next year tho. But at end of the day both teams should be in same this same position next year. 

Oh not a cheap shot lol. But im pretty sure you know where im coming from. Weve both seen dominating teams. Both Da West and Central arent that dominating imo this year. My boy coach oline at Da West. Coach Tee.

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10 minutes ago, fishspinners said:

Those Miami Central RBs are special. I didn't get to see the game last night but I was at the Palmetto game. Those MC backs kept running off-tackle plays and breaking tackles one after another. Palmetto was in position alot/most of the time but those MC backs were never brought down by the first defender. 

Facts and i would argue Palmetto had the team to beat Central. 

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4 hours ago, Zoe Boy said:

Oh not a cheap shot lol. But im pretty sure you know where im coming from. Weve both seen dominating teams. Both Da West and Central arent that dominating imo this year. My boy coach oline at Da West. Coach Tee.

Nah I feel you. Oline has improved over the year and I look forward to seeing how next year unfolds. Even with non dominating teams as in the past when the teams play their A game other parts of the state are not consistently on par with the level of play the best teams in South Florida.

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