LHSAA talk spin-off thread
What's best area in BR? Anyone? choupiquesushi I figured you to have some serious knowledge.
quote:we just cant get over that hump. the next two years will be two of the best teams this school has seen and we get to deal with fricking JC and ECA.
quote:i was trying to figure out what the heck happened to molo. tried looking for him on UCA's roster and didnt see him. didnt think he had quit football all together.
Destin Rink-Central Ark trans to Arkansas Monticello
BR people are probably pissed, but face it: EBR football is largely putrid and so is Livingston. Ascension has some fantastic players, but the teams underachieve. It's sad to me that most of the good teams to come out of the area are 3A and 2A private schools. A metro area of 800k needs to pick select teams to dominate towns of 5k-8k people.
might wanna look back at LOI signees from these metro areas again....
quote:I know for my high school during their best years(70's-80's) this was comment served accurate. And there will always be great community support down the bayou...
coaching staff stability - and community support.
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