Elleshoe Southeastern LA Fan Founder of the Boxtard Nation Member since Jun 2004 121663 posts Online
re: JT Curtis doesn't get bored by beating up on inferior teams? (Posted on 12/9/12 at 11:32 pm to GeorgeTheGreek)
quote: I said it just for you.
But it was John Curtis and John Curtis alone that had the authority to move up. Super Class 5A was created and they didn't go.
The district may not have wanted them, but they couldn't stop them either.
I know you were trollin' me brah I wish they would have moved up to 5A. But, there should be a super class for just football or be allowed to play all the way up in football and stay in your class in everything else.
That said, Roth is scared to play Curtis :baitset:
re: JT Curtis doesn't get bored by beating up on inferior teams? (Posted on 12/10/12 at 9:10 am to samson73103)
quote: JT Curtis doesn't get bored by beating up on inferior teams? Why doesn't the LHSAA just put the private schools in one league and the public schools in another? Virtually every private school that is a football power recruits players or at the very least, kids who are superior athletes transfer out of public schools to go to certain private ones just to play football. It's killing some of the smaller public schools who have to rely on playing kids who are in their enrollment zone. Candy coat it however you want but it is NOT a level playing field and never will be as long as private schools are allowed to compete in the same classification as public schools.
because then you'll get football like a nameless state. whose flagship college won a national title in the 90s.. and has been pretty much an after thought since...
TigerRantMan99 New Orleans Saints Fan Bucktown Member since Feb 2009 2003 posts
re: JT Curtis doesn't get bored by beating up on inferior teams? (Posted on 12/10/12 at 11:04 am to ATH216)
So when JC beat the shite out of 6 AAAAAA Florida PLANT to begin the year I guess that didn't prove anything. I dont even care much for JC but some of you clearly show your bias. When given the opportunity to play top competition they still win. In Louisiana they would still be a top program going to state semi's or finals if in 5A or 4A.
Heck, if anything they would get better because they would be recruiting kids to play at a higher level. Like recruiting a kid to play in the Sunbelt vs the SEC.