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FINAL DEERFIELD BEACH 70 BLANCHE ELY 0


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1 hour ago, THIS_IS_DILLARD said:

As much as I hate ely & love seeing them lose, DAM!! Lol this is beyond sad, I would say the whole coaching staff needs to go but this their 4th coaching staff in 4 years I believe. 
 

just wow.

wheeewww it was 62-0 in the 2nd Qt & the final 70-0 I guess the ass whoopin we gave them they took it out on Dillards biggest rival lol.

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43 minutes ago, SFLfootball said:

I think they could have ran nothing, but dives with 3rd string players and scored 60. I seen some highlights.  ELY looked tiny. Dline looked JV small. That principal has to retire. No coaches want to deal with him and the players all scatter after every change. 

Which is sad. Tbh 

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2 hours ago, SFLfootball said:

I think they could have ran nothing, but dives with 3rd string players and scored 60. I seen some highlights.  ELY looked tiny. Dline looked JV small. That principal has to retire. No coaches want to deal with him and the players all scatter after every change. 

Does the Principal not care about athletics? Does he have an ego problem? Does he not give support to the Coaches at the school? 

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8 hours ago, Jambun82 said:

Does the Principal not care about athletics? Does he have an ego problem? Does he not give support to the Coaches at the school? 

From what I hear it’s ego and wanting to be too involved.  Telling coaches who they have to start and play even if a kid is being disciplined for something.  I’ve heard kids have been suspended and he walked them right on the field in uniform game day and told coaches they have to put them in. Also, firing coaches if they start to get too popular in the school and community. Not wanting to give head coaches on campus jobs for the same reason. It is his program and his school. He has to be the man and have the power type stuff.  This is just what I hear from the couple alumni and former coaches there I know.  They all are waiting for him to retire. 

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1 hour ago, SFLfootball said:

From what I hear it’s ego and wanting to be too involved.  Telling coaches who they have to start and play even if a kid is being disciplined for something.  I’ve heard kids have been suspended and he walked them right on the field in uniform game day and told coaches they have to put them in. Also, firing coaches if they start to get too popular in the school and community. Not wanting to give head coaches on campus jobs for the same reason. It is his program and his school. He has to be the man and have the power type stuff.  This is just what I hear from the couple alumni and former coaches there I know.  They all are waiting for him to retire. 

That is sad. A principal should leave the coaching to the coaches. Ely used to be a very solid program. No reason it should be a bottom feeder. 

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2 hours ago, SFLfootball said:

From what I hear it’s ego and wanting to be too involved.  Telling coaches who they have to start and play even if a kid is being disciplined for something.  I’ve heard kids have been suspended and he walked them right on the field in uniform game day and told coaches they have to put them in. Also, firing coaches if they start to get too popular in the school and community. Not wanting to give head coaches on campus jobs for the same reason. It is his program and his school. He has to be the man and have the power type stuff.  This is just what I hear from the couple alumni and former coaches there I know.  They all are waiting for him to retire. 

That’s crazy as hell just wow.

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15 hours ago, SFLfootball said:

From what I hear it’s ego and wanting to be too involved.  Telling coaches who they have to start and play even if a kid is being disciplined for something.  I’ve heard kids have been suspended and he walked them right on the field in uniform game day and told coaches they have to put them in. Also, firing coaches if they start to get too popular in the school and community. Not wanting to give head coaches on campus jobs for the same reason. It is his program and his school. He has to be the man and have the power type stuff.  This is just what I hear from the couple alumni and former coaches there I know.  They all are waiting for him to retire. 

I wonder why young players want to transfer and not always "play for the school that they are zoned for by a taxpayer-supported pencil-pushing bureaucrat." Wait a second, I believe that I just answered my own question. 

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15 hours ago, Jambun82 said:

I wonder why young players want to transfer and not always "play for the school that they are zoned for by a taxpayer-supported pencil-pushing bureaucrat." Wait a second, I believe that I just answered my own question. 

There are so many good reasons to transfer to a traditional powerhouse that I can't blame any kid for doing so.  You will likely get much better coaching and facilities.  The strength and conditioning programs at these programs, especially private schools, could be the difference between you becoming a great player and earning a scholarship and not earning one.  The coaches will have direct access to many, if not most, college football programs and can get your name out there.  It's also about winning.  It's hard to enjoy a 1-9 or 2-8 season so I can't blame a kid for wanting to experience a deep run in the playoffs their last year of high school.  

Having said all that, I would still encourage kids to play for their local school.  If youre good enough, scouts will always find you.  Keep an eye on Palm Harbor U. high school the next three years.   A tight group of kids that all played youth ball together and had a lot of success have now moved on to PHU instead of losing them to the private schools like we usually do.  If PHU can hang on to these kids the next 3-4 years, they are going on a run.  I like it when a non-traditional power can keep the kids in its zone and get to experience winning.

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