John Curtis at Edna Karr 7 pm Central on Fox S. New Orleans & Fox S. Central
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John Curtis at Edna Karr 7 pm Central on Fox S. New Orleans & Fox S. Central
Posted by chinese58 on 9/22 at 4:10 pm
Thursday 9/26/13 on Fox Sports New Orleans & Fox Sports Central (Ranger game is on Fox Sports SW)

7:00 pm Central John Curtis at Edna Karr (Behrman Stadium)

John Curtis:

2014 WR Malachi Dupre 6'4" 175 favs: LSU, Bama, FSU & UCLA LINK
2014 LB Kenny Young 6'2" 220 offers: LSU, UF, FSU, Mich, Miami, Ole Miss, A&M, UCLA & more LINK
2014 DB Terrence Alexander 5'10" 178 offers: Stanford, Ole Miss, Neb, Ark, AZ, ASU, Ms St & More LINK
2014 DB Mattrell McGraw 6'0" 180 offers: FSU, Oregon, Bama, USC, Notre Dame, UCLA, Mich & more LINK
2015 DB Hunter Dale 6'0" 175 offers: UF, Miami, AZ, ASU, Ms St & Tulane LINK
2014 WR Henry Smith 6'2" 180 Houston commit LINK
2014 RB George Moreira 5'10" 185 offers: Houston, Tulane, USM, LaTech & more LINK
2014 RB Raekwon James 5'9" 185 LINK
2014 DB Prine Lewis 5'9" 175 LINK
2015 DB Arvin Huff 6’ 175 LINK
2015 RB Myles Washington 5’10” 185 LINK
2014 OL Sean Barrette 6'2" 262: LINK
2014 DT Isaiah Williams 6'1" 230: LINK
2014 LB Hezekiah White 5'11" 205: LINK
2014 K Austin Linden 5'11" 210: LINK

Curtis Roster: LINK /


Karr:

2014 DE Gerald Willis III 6'4" 247 4 star Favorites: LSU and A&M LINK
2014 WR Speedy Noil 6'0" 161 4 star Favorites: LSU, A&M, UF, USC LINK
2014 LB Donnie Alexander 6'1" 207 LSU commit LINK
2014 TE Anthony Jones 6'6" 231 Louisiana-Lafayette commit LINK
2014 DT Joyan Williams 6'3" 265 Oklahoma State commit LINK
2014 ATH Jaevon Walton 6'0" 236 Louisiana-Lafayette commit LINK
2014 DB Juwan Offray 5'11" 180 Oklahoma State commit LINK
2014 LB Quanta Moore 6'2" 225 Louisiana Tech commit LINK
2014 WR Glenn Irons 5'10" 150 Offers: WKU, SoAlabama & ULL LINK
2014 LB Lemar Martin 5'11" 210 LINK
2014 QB Kerry Taylor 5'11" 170 LINK
2014 OL Alonzo Hunter 6'2" 280 LINK
2014 K Carl Roberson 5'7" 150 LINK
2014 WR Jariah Tolbert 6'3" 185 LINK
2014 DB Satory McZeal 5'9" 165 LINK
2014 OL Darian Hays 5'11" 270 LINK
2014 DB Bryan Anderson 6'1" 195 LINK
2015 DE Isaiah Washington 6'4" 225 LINK

Karr roster: LINK /#


This post was edited on 9/22 at 4:12 pm

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Posted by 504 SOULJA on 9/22 at 8:03 pm to chinese58
Thanks Chinese


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Posted by brewhan davey on 9/22 at 8:04 pm to chinese58



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Posted by choupiquesushi on 9/22 at 8:29 pm to brewhan davey
karr with an open date prior......


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Posted by chinese58 on 9/22 at 9:45 pm to 504 SOULJA
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504 SOULJA


Was not able to get to NOLA for the game. If I'm able to in the future would be proud to visit.

Was thinking about your brother. Is he still in the Army. Back on US soil or deployed again? Wherever he is, I hope he is OK.




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Posted by 504 SOULJA on 9/23 at 8:10 am to chinese58
Thank the lord he is safe, he actually stationed in Hawaii and he is now going through elite Ranger training. God Bless our Troops and America


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Posted by GhostofJackson on 9/23 at 9:50 am to chinese58
Watch out for 2016 OL Willie Allen from Curtis. He is 6-6 245 with a huge wingspan.


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Posted by 504 SOULJA on 9/23 at 10:06 am to GhostofJackson
Cougar Bait if you ask me.


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Posted by GhostofJackson on 9/23 at 10:53 am to 504 SOULJA
I think the sharpening from the first two games is going to be the difference for Curtis. STA will probably be the national champs and Curtis still made it respectable. They executed against ESJ best. This week they will be hungry.


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Posted by 504 SOULJA on 9/23 at 11:35 am to GhostofJackson
And we will too. Should be a great game


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Posted by General on 9/23 at 1:56 pm to GhostofJackson
STA just lost to Miramar. BTW (Miami) will likely be National champs.


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Posted by Cadello on 9/23 at 1:58 pm to chinese58
Who is expected to win here?
How close are they?



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Posted by choupiquesushi on 9/24 at 10:49 am to Cadello
Curtis has Never been 2-2.... not gonna start this year...


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Posted by CrazyLSU on 9/24 at 10:55 am to choupiquesushi
I think they go to 2-2. More importantly next year Curtis will be in a big downfall of talent in every sport. We'll see how they make their schedule this time...


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Posted by chinese58 on 9/26 at 11:31 am to Cadello
quote:

Who is expected to win here?
How close are they?


Here's the begining of NOLA.com outlook on this game



Karr-Curtis matchup a clash of the titans, styles

With an unofficial Triology Championship on the line and a statewide television audience looking on, Karr linebacker Quanta Moore places Thursday night’s meeting against Curtis on equal footing as those being played three months from now on the 15th and final week of the season.

Karr Coach Nathaniel Jones begs to differ with his stellar senior.

“If you do win this and you don’t win a state championship, then this means nothing,’’ Jones said, trying to lend perspective to this Clash of the Titans II, which pairs two reigning state champions that also carry top rankings in their respective state polls.

Karr, 2-0, is top-ranked in Class 4A and the highest nationally-ranked team from Louisiana with rankings of No. 5, 7 and 18 respectively from MaxPreps.com, RivalsHigh100 and USA Today.

The Cougars, who were off last week, also ride a 16-game winning streak that dates to last year’s 14-0 state championship season and includes a 33-24 come-from-behind victory against St. Augustine two weeks ago which kicked off the three-game round-robin pairings of Curtis, Karr and St. Aug.

Curtis, 2-1, was a consensus national champion last season and remains top-ranked in Class 3A, despite having a 29-game winning streak broken two weeks ago by another nationally-ranked opponent in St. Thomas Aquinas of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Despite that 27-13 loss to Aquinas, the Patriots are ranked No. 20, 31 and 41 respectively by MaxPreps.com, USA Today and Rivals.

Both teams also are top-ranked among New Orleans Metro area large and small schools by NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune.

Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m., Thursday at Behrman Stadium, with Fox Sports New Orleans Plus televising the game live as part of the New Orleans Saints/Louisiana High School Athletic Association Game of the Week series.

Curtis and St. Augustine complete the series next week with an Oct. 4 meeting at Tad Gormley Stadium, although a Karr victory would decide the Triology Championship.

“By (Curtis) being former national champions and us having a bullseye on our chest . . . this is going to be the biggest game of the season with them being a powerhouse and us being a powerhouse,’’ Moore said.

Curtis is taking a bit more subdued approach befitting a 25-time state champion that is playing its third nationally-ranked opponent in four games.

“We’re preparing for this game like we do for every other game,’’ Curtis cornerback Terrence Alexander, who returned a kickoff 93 yards for a touchdown in last Friday’s 39-7 victory against East St. John. “We’re playing another very hard game against another hard team. ...




This post was edited on 9/26 at 11:35 am

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Posted by bayou blazer on 9/26 at 12:59 pm to chinese58
i like Terrence Alexander. Wish we would have still been looking at him in this class. Dude is a player


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Posted by GhostofJackson on 9/26 at 1:03 pm to CrazyLSU
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More importantly next year Curtis will be in a big downfall of talent in every sport.


Que?



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Posted by BigEdLSU on 9/26 at 1:26 pm to 504 SOULJA
Schofield barracks? 25th ID? Tell him to check out the north shore late nov/early December. Those crazy arse locals ride 40 ft waves.


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Posted by choupiquesushi on 9/26 at 2:17 pm to GhostofJackson
quote:

More importantly next year Curtis will be in a big downfall of talent in every sport.


Que?


this guy is nuts..

10th grade, 9th grade and 8th grade classes are stout... in nearly every sport.



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Posted by Lester Earl on 9/26 at 2:20 pm to chinese58
all depends on how disciplined Karr is going to be vs the veer

athletically they have all the talent to give Curtis fits like the Florida team did.

But it will come down to coaching & special teams. I like Curtis by a TD



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