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Number of Posts:21
Registered on:12/8/2005
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re: LHSAA Playoffs - Semifinals. - meaux tigers
Yeah. In that situation the team muffing the punt is rewarded with 20 yards and possession of the ball. ...
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re: LHSAA Playoffs - Semifinals. - meaux tigers
Yeah. Loose scrimmage kick breaking the plane of the EZ in high school federation rules is a touchback. Kick never ended, it was just muffed. Looks awkward but that's the right call. If it was caught and then fumbled its live. Kicking team's best scenario is to recover at that 1 in that situation. ...
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re: LHSAA Playoffs - Semifinals. - meaux tigers
If the ball was loose when it broke the plane of EZ it is a touchback. ...
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re: Who Does Grambling go after? - meaux tigers
Looks like it's Fobbs. ...
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re: Who Does Grambling go after? - meaux tigers
Broderick Fobbs. TE Coach at McNeese. ...
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re: Parkview vs. U-High - meaux tigers
"Catching a break" in reference to a live ball being stopped. It was just a likely TD had the kid realized it was live. I have no idea if it was a fumble or not, was way too far away to see that. I agree, more like a 7 point loss. Probably wouldn't have mattered. UH was on a roll on both sides of th...
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re: Parkview vs. U-High - meaux tigers
That fumble was a big play in the game. However, the HL (not the SJ) immediately dropped his bean bag and 6 of the officials mirrored the PBS player with the ball. One official took the ball from that player when he stood with the ball. Had he let the play go, I think eventually PBS player would hav...
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re: Would you want an 8 or 16 team playoff in CFB? - meaux tigers
FCS (formerly Division 1-AA) has a 24 team playoff. ...
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re: NFL Teams Refusing to go for 2 - meaux tigers
Again, if you did it all the time, I'd bet you are looking at more like 40/60 chance at best for each play. Even at 50/50 I don't call that a "high probability."...
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re: NFL Teams Refusing to go for 2 - meaux tigers
Others have said this, but they are exactly right. Teams rep a handful 2 point plays until they get them down and coaches feel comfortable that they will succeed. They even have a spot on their call sheet for 2 point plays. That's how specialized of a play it is. The conversion rate would almost cer...
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re: Catholic High's Clay Moffitt tears ACL again - meaux tigers
At 6-foot-3 and 240 pounds, Moffitt looks like an ideal tight end. With good power and pretty good speed and footwork, he looks like a natural for football and has an LSU offer that isn’t just a feel-good bone thrown at the kid of a coach. “When I talked to coach Cameron, he emphasized to me that...
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re: Chad Jones ends football comeback - meaux tigers
He has an eligibility clock that starts when he enrolled in school. To my knowledge it is 5 years to play 4. The only exceptions I know of are the 6th years having to do with medical hardships. ...
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re: Discussion Topic: Can fantasy football be improved? - meaux tigers
Usually just lurk on this board.....took the same survey earlier today, it was forwarded to me. I thought the prop bets and the play predictor were both interesting. ...
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re: TM7 will remain at drug rehab center (in lieu of playing FB) for the near future - meaux tigers
Agree. Not a loophole, wrong wording, but you get what I was saying. I do think it's 24 hrs per school year though, not calendar. I think his year clock starts in August. Not 100% though. ...
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re: TM7 will remain at drug rehab center (in lieu of playing FB) for the near future - meaux tigers
I do know that the NCAA rule per eligibility back in 2006 was an athlete must pass 6 hours a semester to stay eligible and I think 24 for the year. Not 100% on the numbers, but there was a minimum to pass per semester and a total for the year. Therefore there is some opportunity to make up a bad fal...
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re: *Official MLB draft thread (LSU recruits and players)* - meaux tigers
He can play as many sports as he wants. However the second he plays in a football game, he counts against the football scholarships and frees up a baseball scholly, or whichever sport he was on scholarship to begin with....
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re: QB Play: NOT the Major Problem w/the Offense (statistical support) - meaux tigers
[quote]This is true. Someone mentioned earlier, and I began to do it but decided it would take too much time, looking at 1st down stats and see what position we put our offense into. I think I have a better idea of how to do that now. What could be done is a little bit of research to see som...
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re: QB Play: NOT the Major Problem w/the Offense (statistical support) - meaux tigers
OBU: I agree with most of your post. I just have a few problems with your assessment. Obviously the biggest problem with the O was lack of a running game. It was evident in your 3rd and short breakdown. I venture to guess the same would be true on all running downs. The offense is based on a...
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re: Any NSU Demon fans up in here? - meaux tigers
Virtually no talent? According to media guide, 18 returning starters (7 on Offense, [b]9 on Defense[/b], 2 specialist) from a 7-5 team that finished 4-3 (T-3) in conference. 50 total letter winners returning. Add to that the #1 recruiting class. This was the year they were building to in Natchito...
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re: Jesuit 30, Catholic BR 27 F-OT - meaux tigers
96' was loaded. Minor-FSU Applewhite-Texas Brown-Texas Boone-Clemson Bostic-Tennessee Williams-Navy Richard-LA Tech Fisher-Miami Shanklin-Kentucky Pendarvis-LSU Eyre-Memphis Hatch-GA Tech Jones-LSU And like 4 or 5 others that contributed and went to I-AA and II schools. ...
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