field of corn_old
as a former player i'd like to congradulate cedar grove-belgium on being clc champs back to back and going undefeated in conference back to back. don't let your heads get too big like they did last year, because for most of you seniors, football will be done after this season and you don't want to regret what you have done like not practicing like you play, taking plays off, not giving it all for the team. good luck to you guys in the play offs as well as the other clc teams that made it.
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clcbbfan
Yeah congrats on running up the score the last 2 games also. Were the starters still in during the 4th quarter last night too. There have been some other good teams that went undeafeated in the CLC before ('98 Rams & '00 Dutchmen) and they didn't run up the score and play the starters in the 2nd half much, let alone the 4th quarter. Also that tired excuse of the playoffs are comming, or we need reps, is just a bunch of bs. Work on it in practice, not in the 4 quarter of a blowout when you're up by 40-50 points.
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field of corn_old
sounds like bbfan has some sour grapes. and u forgot the '04 rockets in that undefeated list. []
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clcbbfan
"why would you throw in some jv guys during a blowout when others need the reps in case a guy does go down in playoffs (i know u will really hate that reason) especially when the jv season is done?"

I'm not saying throw in a jv guy, just not your starters, or at least not all of them. Also if a guy goes down in the playoffs he's going to be a starter, so naturally a backup would have to play. If he actually had maybe played in a game (even though a blowout) that might help him. I wouldn't have as much of an issue with it, if it was just a couple guys here and there, or if your defense was going for a shutout, but in the Oostburg game the quarterback was still in during the 4th quarter. That's plain stupidity, look at the reciever from Alabama that got hurt late in the blowout win against Florida. Also why keep your qb in when he should just be handing the ball off at that point in the game anyway. Finally, there ia a thing called sportsmanship, but maybe I'm just old fashioned.
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clcbbfan
I do have a sort of non-related question about Cedar Grove. Why do they (almost) always go for 2 after they score a touchdown? Blowouts or close games it seems like 80 to 90 percent of the time they go for 2. I have a feeling that this could come back to bite them late in the playoffs. I know that the Rockets are one of the biggest schools in D6 and that they hung around D3 Kewaskum and really had a chance to beat them, but missed 2pt. conversions in the playoffs could cost them.
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plowjockey_old
clcbbfan im on board w/ that.not only was the starting qb in,he completed a long td pass when they were ahead 41-0.
oosty couldve litterally put up 100 on mil cntry day,but played vanilla the whole 2nd half.i was gonna pull for the neighbors,but its tough to do,how do you respect them?
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plowjockey_old
field of corn,like i said,cg has a great program.but you and i debated this after you guys dumped my dutchmen.
i complained that cg through deep ahed by 41 and you said that was ok.well it looks like there is more of a debate about this now.
im telling you if one of those kids gets hurt late ina game like that, coach r would have a lot of explaining to do.ill say it again that is poor coaching.
also they play all of these schools twice inBB this year,
and pay backs are a...well you know.
do you want to continue this debate or quit while your ahead?
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field of corn_old
beating us in basketball wouldn't take a thing away from the pummeling the rockets dished out this season. plus nobody did get hurt so there is no harm, no foul. those guys can get hurt any time during the game, it is part of the sport and the players understand that. those guys playing hate being taken out for doing a great job and why would you throw in some jv guys during a blowout when others need the reps in case a guy does go down in playoffs (i know u will really hate that reason) especially when the jv season is done?
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swishot32_old
our kicking stinks. big time
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field of corn_old
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Sports have turned into a joke if passing on third and long at a certain point in the game has become unacceptable. Personally, I think we've been misusing the term "sportsmanship". In my view, "sportsmanship" occurs before and after the whistles. Sportsmanship IS not swearing or taunting other players. It's knocking a guy on his can, and then helping him up and saying "nice job". Sportsmanship IS NOT so-called "making an effort to not run up the score", just for the benefit of the other team. It's NOT, say, running on third and long simply so the other team won't feel bad. Maybe I'm viewed as hyper-competetive or even harsh, but if passing is what you do best in a certain situation, then do it. Teams and coaches should give their best effort in all situations. Personally, if I were playing, I'd be insulted if the other team didn't give me their best effort, whether that be stealing second with their fastest player late in the game or shooting numerous three-pointers in a blow-out. If you don't show up to play, then don't complain about the other team.


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