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Who Is This Famous Coach? Binky Waldrop/Charlotte

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It probably am wrong, but that looks to be the Head Coach of 2008 State Champion Sanford Seminole.  If this is him, I don't remember his name, but his mother is a very nice lady. lol

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13 hours ago, Jambun82 said:

It probably am wrong, but that looks to be the Head Coach of 2008 State Champion Sanford Seminole.  If this is him, I don't remember his name, but his mother is a very nice lady. lol

not him and that was Mike Cullison.  I saw him last year at the Seminole vs Apopka playoff game.

 

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9 hours ago, badbird said:

not him and that was Mike Cullison.  I saw him last year at the Seminole vs Apopka playoff game.

 

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Thank you Badbird. I remember that 2008 team got on a real hot streak in coming from behind and beating several great teams, including Northwestern in the state title game,. They were getting beat on both lines against Spruce Creek, but then Andre Debose caught a screen pass on 3rd-and-15 for about a 70 yard TD, Ray-Ray Armstrong made a few plays, and the Seminoles pulled away.

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Binky Waldrop Charlotte High School 1999-2019. HC for  21 seasons, 168-72. Had a great staff including our OC and DC who were former head coaches that had a hell of a run together. His first coaching job was  at cross town rival, Port Charlotte.

Bink was Twice Coach of the year, 17 Playoff appearances  made it to 7 Regional finals in some of the toughest classifications with teams like St Thomas, Venice, Booker T, Armwood, Carol City. Tough to win a title in that company with kids from a retirement community.

Believe his was the first West Coast Team to beat St Thomas Aquinas in the playoffs (2002 Regional Title Game) 28-21. Great Home Grown Coach that got the most out of teams that almost always lost the eye-test with the others on the field. I played at Charlotte and had three sons play for him and couldn't have asked for a better experience for them. 

Replaced by Wade Taylor, another home grown Tarpon.

 

 

 

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23 minutes ago, Silver King said:

Binky Waldrop Charlotte High School 1999-2019. HC for  21 seasons, 168-72. Had a great staff including our OC and DC who were former head coaches that had a hell of a run together. His first coaching job was  at cross town rival, Port Charlotte.

Bink was Twice Coach of the year, 17 Playoff appearances  made it to 7 Regional finals in some of the toughest classifications with teams like St Thomas, Venice, Booker T, Armwood, Carol City. Tough to win a title in that company with kids from a retirement community.

Believe he was the first West Coast Team to beat St Thomas Aquinas (2002) 28-21. Great Home Grown Coach that got the most out of teams that almost always lost the eye-test with the others on the field. I played at Charlotte and had three sons play for him and couldn't have asked for a better experience for them. 

Replaced by Wade Taylor, another home grown Tarpon.

 

 

 

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Binks boys handed to a few of my teams over the years lol.

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11 hours ago, Silver King said:

Binky Waldrop Charlotte High School 1999-2019. HC for  21 seasons, 168-72. Had a great staff including our OC and DC who were former head coaches that had a hell of a run together. His first coaching job was  at cross town rival, Port Charlotte.

Bink was Twice Coach of the year, 17 Playoff appearances  made it to 7 Regional finals in some of the toughest classifications with teams like St Thomas, Venice, Booker T, Armwood, Carol City. Tough to win a title in that company with kids from a retirement community.

Believe his was the first West Coast Team to beat St Thomas Aquinas in the playoffs (2002 Regional Title Game) 28-21. Great Home Grown Coach that got the most out of teams that almost always lost the eye-test with the others on the field. I played at Charlotte and had three sons play for him and couldn't have asked for a better experience for them. 

Replaced by Wade Taylor, another home grown Tarpon.

 

 

 

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That's Awesome, Congrats Coach Sammy! Ft Myers is a great program and the pair of them built it. Charlotte's oldest and most respected rival since 1926.

Ironic that Sammy and Binky played over each other for their respectve schools and ended up in a long coaching career against each other. Such great legendary games, and I can't imagine another rivalry in the state that has had as many last minute turnarounds (or double OT in a  Regional Final) as this series.  

And you got to see  a half dozen as the Ball Boy! 

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On 7/9/2020 at 10:06 PM, Jambun82 said:

Silver King has finally joined this message board? This is a very exciting development, but I just hope that the senile old man doesn't decide to join my good message board friend from Charlotte.

Don't think you have nothing to worry about with Neutral.... He cant rant and rave all things BLM over here and since he hasnt talked football in about 10 12 years i think he will just keep talking to himself over on flvarsity lol.

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Neut contributed football wise, knew his stuff, but he was more of an editorial page guy and this time of year we'd all get a little too far off topic.  The regulars who came back during the season were some pretty astute/connected football guys (Like the Manatee crowd). Then it started getting barraged by the scam/trolls.

FlA Va  will always hold a special place for me - I met some good guys there like the late-great Blue-2 (Who even went and watched my youngest play at a game I couldnt make up in St Pete, and introduced himself afterwards), some true characters, and a few of us even got together before games, on the sidelines or at Wave's retreat in Ruskin. I wrote my first of 11,700+ posts after Charlotte beat St Thomas Aquinas right after Oracle,  their famous baiter,  said they were coming over for their "Annual playoff tune -up on the West Coast." Plus it was a great Friday night get-home-from-the-game and check the first hand views of a few important, or even not so important games. 

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16 hours ago, peezy28 said:

Don't think you have nothing to worry about with Neutral.... He cant rant and rave all things BLM over here and since he hasnt talked football in about 10 12 years i think he will just keep talking to himself over on flvarsity lol.

Perspective, I asked the man a simple question after he made a big deal criticizing the Floyd of Rosedale trophy awarded to the winner of Iowa and Minnesota, and not only did he refuse to answer my question, he called me every insult he could think of. All I wanted to know was if Ohio State had a 'trophy" game that they played with another Big 10 team, and he just went off on me. At that point, I figured that was my time to retire from that message board, and I haven't visited there since.

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11 hours ago, Silver King said:

Neut contributed football wise, knew his stuff, but he was more of an editorial page guy and this time of year we'd all get a little too far off topic.  The regulars who came back during the season were some pretty astute/connected football guys (Like the Manatee crowd). Then it started getting barraged by the scam/trolls.

FlA Va  will always hold a special place for me - I met some good guys there like the late-great Blue-2 (Who even went and watched my youngest play at a game I couldnt make up in St Pete, and introduced himself afterwards), some true characters, and a few of us even got together before games, on the sidelines or at Wave's retreat in Ruskin. I wrote my first of 11,700+ posts after Charlotte beat St Thomas Aquinas right after Oracle,  their famous baiter,  said they were coming over for their "Annual playoff tune -up on the West Coast." Plus it was a great Friday night get-home-from-the-game and check the first hand views of a few important, or even not so important games. 

Is Oracle another morph of that clown Los canes?

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1 hour ago, Silver King said:

He's been a few other morphs - thats what they told me anyway; that he was over here doing his same scorched earth thing for a new audience. He might be out to pasture by now.

If that is Los he can be found over in prep gridiron national board 

 

He is as out of touch and clueless as he was in his annoying yet brief appearance on this board where he was banned about 10 times within a month lol

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11 hours ago, Jambun82 said:

Perspective, I asked the man a simple question after he made a big deal criticizing the Floyd of Rosedale trophy awarded to the winner of Iowa and Minnesota, and not only did he refuse to answer my question, he called me every insult he could think of. All I wanted to know was if Ohio State had a 'trophy" game that they played with another Big 10 team, and he just went off on me. At that point, I figured that was my time to retire from that message board, and I haven't visited there since.

So, why are you telling me this?  B)

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On 7/13/2020 at 10:30 AM, Silver King said:

Neut contributed football wise, knew his stuff, but he was more of an editorial page guy and this time of year we'd all get a little too far off topic.  The regulars who came back during the season were some pretty astute/connected football guys (Like the Manatee crowd). Then it started getting barraged by the scam/trolls.

FlA Va  will always hold a special place for me - I met some good guys there like the late-great Blue-2 (Who even went and watched my youngest play at a game I couldnt make up in St Pete, and introduced himself afterwards), some true characters, and a few of us even got together before games, on the sidelines or at Wave's retreat in Ruskin. I wrote my first of 11,700+ posts after Charlotte beat St Thomas Aquinas right after Oracle,  their famous baiter,  said they were coming over for their "Annual playoff tune -up on the West Coast." Plus it was a great Friday night get-home-from-the-game and check the first hand views of a few important, or even not so important games. 

Yeah man I agree, many don't understand the long standing history we have and the bond we have created with several people that board.  I can let it go but luckily through it I have made some life long friends. 

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It looks like I mixed up Perspective and Peezy28. I didn't realize that it was Peezy that sent me the message about the senile old man, not Perspective. I guess the P messed me up. lol

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On 7/17/2020 at 12:12 AM, Jambun82 said:

It looks like I mixed up Perspective and Peezy28. I didn't realize that it was Peezy that sent me the message about the senile old man, not Perspective. I guess the P messed me up. lol

People confuse me and Peezy all the time because we look so much alike, right Peezy?   B)

No worries, Jambun.  All's good. 

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