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  2. MBA is better this year than last in my opinion. They have a lot returning and are young. Plus, they always have sound coaching.
  3. Hoping he makes it back. Would like to see him in the semifinals if we can make it past Gordonsville. It looks like from the scores they have a really good team.
  4. He’s envious. That’s all it is. He realizes how good football could’ve been when he played. Unfortunately for this downy he will have to resort to daydreaming of playing 6a ball.
  5. I’m not sure what you’re referencing....The proper term is MULAN.
  6. What in the world is even happening on this thread? Why is someone so bothered by Milan’s football program that they need to come over here to last week’s thread to hurl unprovoked insults? This is weird.
  7. We will see where the stanks really are in 2 more days.
  8. And now that this conversation can be laid 6 feet deep, I will go back to the 5A/6A boards where MY team plays. Be nice if you would do the same instead of scoping the big boy boards more than your own, wishing you could be a big boy too.
  9. Just went back from present time to 2001 to see if Milan had any wins against any Tennessee high school power football program. Not even one. All wins were against chump programs. Alcoa is the only real power in that stretch, and they blew Mulan out of the toilet. Keep playing in the kitty pool where you belong LittlePurple
  10. Just a brief update. I won’t put another family’s personal specifics on here but just wanted to ask for continued prayers for all involved here. Heard they got some very good news about Isaac. Still plenty of hurdles to clear and a lot of recovery ahead but God is good and prayers do work. Thank you all for remembering him and keep up the good work!
  11. One thing is for sure everyone that is talking about state this or state that is not from Bledsoe. We just take it one game at a time. We haven’t earned the right to be mentioned in the same category as the traditional powers.
  12. I don't think Diamond Clear is planning to carry it, but I'm sure that could change.
  13. As for the game, GWA is good. This will be our biggest test of the season thus far. No matter the outcome, as long as we stay healthy, we can learn a lot about ourselves and prep for the final two games of the season. Ranking Basin's remaining opponents: GWA South Pittsburg Fannin County The other guys
  14. Completely agree on Central. They certainly don't appear to be at the same level of the last few seasons. This could be an oversimplification, and I know their #1 tailback was out, but outside of the Fortners, there just wasn't anyone else on the field that looked like a game-changer. They are still the class of region 2, and I would expect the race to the semifinals to be between them and SD. I guess we'll see how this plays out in the next couple of years, but we may also be seeing the effect(s) of Rosser's departure.
  15. Yup if they play lights out again any points they get will have to come from our jv defense.
  16. I didn’t report any of that Bullcrap he posted not my style.
  17. Hope he gets better, hate to see his career end like that.
  18. Have them call Oneida. We always schedule at least one long road game each year. We use them as practice runs for the playoffs when travel can get long. I’d love to see that game happen.
  19. grizman90

    USJ vs JCS

    What was the situation on a punt?
  20. Objectively, I do not trust Cal Preps. Massey Ratings Matchup Tool has proven to be the more accurate tool over the years, but I don't have complete faith in it this year either. I have found that Cal Preps suffers from recency bias. It says that 2020 SP is as good as, or better than every SP team from the last decade, including 2010. I have seen them play. They are good, but not better than 2010, 2011, or 2013 SP. Same thing for Copper Basin. It says 2020 CB is better than both quarterfinal teams of the 2010s. Again, I have seen them play. They are not better than 2010 CB, 2012 CB or 2014 CB.
  21. Sr center got hurt first half Oneida.BIG boy!May be gone for year.
  22. Unfortunately, there will not be a Burma Road Episode this week due to some scheduling difficulties with the team. I do know several enjoy my spot and I haven't posted a written version this year in an effort to drive listeners to the podcast. But since this week's show is cancelled enjoy the script! By the Numbers: Week 5 Review: The Yellow Jacket were on the road again, this time to visit the Westmoreland Eagles. The home team won the toss and took the ball. The Trousdale Co. Defense stood tall and forced a 3 and out. The Jackets started their first of only 2 drives in the first half and would take nearly 10 mins off the clock. On the 16th play of the drive, Jordan Pickett found pay dirt for the first time this year from 3 yds out. The Jackets would get a second drive midway through the 2nd qrt and take the ball inside the Eagle Red Zone but it fizzled out with seconds remaining in the half on a failed 4th down attempt. The Jackets lead 7-0 after 2. Both Defenses were very stingy all night and neither team got much going in the 3rd qrt. In the fourth, Jordan Pickett had great vision and found the cutback lane to the left which led to the promise land. The run covered 24 yds and Colton Key's PAT made the Jacket's lead 14. Late in the game Heath Chasse showed off his leg strength and boomed home a career long 42 yd FG for a final score of 17-0. Now for Week 6 where the Jackets will host the 4A Macon Co. Tigers. Macon Co.'s 2020 Review: The Tigers enter this W6 matchup riding high behind an unblemished record of 5-0. W1 they clipped the wings of the Smith Co. Owls 43-7. W2 saw them go bird hunting again as they took out the Eagles of Westmoreland 13-7. Mt. Juliet Christian was the W3 victim in a 39-12 ballgame. W4 the Tigers were credited a 1-0 Covid Win over the Davidson Co. school of Glencliff. Last week the Cumberland Co. Jets never got off the ground and the Tigers won 48-7. Macon Co. is scoring 35.8 PPG while only giving up 8.3 PPG. Overall the Tigers' scheduled opponents have a combined 14-29 with the teams they have already faced having only won 3 games. Trousdale Co. 2020 Review: The Yellow Jackets enter this old rivalry behind a 3-2 record. Their 3 wins have all been on the road against White House, Gordonsville and Westmoreland. Their 2 losses were at home against Friendship Christian and Watertown. The 2020 concerns through the first 4 games may be in the rearview mirror as last week’s game saw the Jackets turnover whoa’s vanish, however penalties still put some strain on the offense. The coaching staff has done a great job of platooning players and getting young guys quality experience. This will pay off down the stretch has the Jackets will be better rested and have depth. They are putting up 18.6 PPG, while allowing 10.6 PPG. The Defense has 1 shutout and are responsible for 2 scores. Teams on the Jackets calendar this year have combined for a 25-22 record. Trousdale Co. Stat Highlights: Half way through the 2020 Regular season, the Jackets have seen 7 different players put points on the board. Bryson Claiborne leads that list having scored 30 points (5 TDs), Jordan Pickett and Jayden Hicks sit tied in 2nd with each accounting for 12 points (both 2 TDs). In 4th place is Heath Chasse accounting for 10 points (7 PATs and 1 FG). Cameron Rankins and Brian Banks each have 6 points (1 TD) and Colton Key has accounted for 4 pts. (4 PATs). Common Opponents: The 2020 season schedules for Trousdale Co. and Macon Co. have only 1 similarity, the Westmoreland Eagles. Macon Co. defeated them in W2 13-7. Trousdale Co. played them last week where they won 17-0. Rankings: Sonny Moore Computer Power Rankings. Trousdale Co. following Week 4 sat in 108, which was 8th in 2A while there scheduled opponents having an average rank in this poll of 166. The Tigers of Macon Co. were at 96, and their opponents average a rank of 208.3 in this poll. The Massey Ratings show the Yellow Jackets and list them at 111 which is 3rd in 2A, and their scheduled opponents average a rank of 208.8 in this poll. Macon Co. this week is rated as team 163 and their opponents have an average rank in this poll of 218.2. unapproved website 2A Rankings Trousdale Co. sits in 8th spot. CoachT 2A Stength Rankings Trousdale County is in 18th. 2A AP Rankings following week 4, the Yellow Jackets were in 7th. Match-Up History: Trousdale County leads this series with a 57-20 record. Since 2001 the 2 have seen each other 17 times. Trousdale Co. bested Macon Co. in 13 of those games. Macon Co. won games in 2003, 2006, 2014, & 2017. The last 2 years has seen the Hartsville bunch win 28-0 each year. My Take: This is always an exciting game and often because very spirited. I’d expect nothing less than that come Friday night. The Tigers on paper appear primed to continue their winning streak, but I don’t feel that they have seen the level of competition the Jackets have seen. The Purple and Gold have had some growing pains but there is visible improvement and growth with this team and I believe they are finally getting in a groove. The Tigers may be catching the Jackets at a bad time. I look for the Jackets to win by a couple of scores. Go Jackets!
  23. Unfortunately, there will not be a Burma Road Episode this week due to some scheduling difficulties with the team. I do know several enjoy my spot and I haven't posted a written version this year in an effort to drive listeners to the podcast. But since this week's show is cancelled enjoy the script! By the Numbers: Week 5 Review: The Yellow Jacket were on the road again, this time to visit the Westmoreland Eagles. The home team won the toss and took the ball. The Trousdale Co. Defense stood tall and forced a 3 and out. The Jackets started their first of only 2 drives in the first half and would take nearly 10 mins off the clock. On the 16th play of the drive, Jordan Pickett found pay dirt for the first time this year from 3 yds out. The Jackets would get a second drive midway through the 2nd qrt and take the ball inside the Eagle Red Zone but it fizzled out with seconds remaining in the half on a failed 4th down attempt. The Jackets lead 7-0 after 2. Both Defenses were very stingy all night and neither team got much going in the 3rd qrt. In the fourth, Jordan Pickett had great vision and found the cutback lane to the left which led to the promise land. The run covered 24 yds and Colton Key's PAT made the Jacket's lead 14. Late in the game Heath Chasse showed off his leg strength and boomed home a career long 42 yd FG for a final score of 17-0. Now for Week 6 where the Jackets will host the 4A Macon Co. Tigers. Macon Co.'s 2020 Review: The Tigers enter this W6 matchup riding high behind an unblemished record of 5-0. W1 they clipped the wings of the Smith Co. Owls 43-7. W2 saw them go bird hunting again as they took out the Eagles of Westmoreland 13-7. Mt. Juliet Christian was the W3 victim in a 39-12 ballgame. W4 the Tigers were credited a 1-0 Covid Win over the Davidson Co. school of Glencliff. Last week the Cumberland Co. Jets never got off the ground and the Tigers won 48-7. Macon Co. is scoring 35.8 PPG while only giving up 8.3 PPG. Overall the Tigers' scheduled opponents have a combined 14-29 with the teams they have already faced having only won 3 games. Trousdale Co. 2020 Review: The Yellow Jackets enter this old rivalry behind a 3-2 record. Their 3 wins have all been on the road against White House, Gordonsville and Westmoreland. Their 2 losses were at home against Friendship Christian and Watertown. The 2020 concerns through the first 4 games may be in the rearview mirror as last week’s game saw the Jackets turnover whoa’s vanish, however penalties still put some strain on the offense. The coaching staff has done a great job of platooning players and getting young guys quality experience. This will pay off down the stretch has the Jackets will be better rested and have depth. They are putting up 18.6 PPG, while allowing 10.6 PPG. The Defense has 1 shutout and are responsible for 2 scores. Teams on the Jackets calendar this year have combined for a 25-22 record. Trousdale Co. Stat Highlights: Half way through the 2020 Regular season, the Jackets have seen 7 different players put points on the board. Bryson Claiborne leads that list having scored 30 points (5 TDs), Jordan Pickett and Jayden Hicks sit tied in 2nd with each accounting for 12 points (both 2 TDs). In 4th place is Heath Chasse accounting for 10 points (7 PATs and 1 FG). Cameron Rankins and Brian Banks each have 6 points (1 TD) and Colton Key has accounted for 4 pts. (4 PATs). Common Opponents: The 2020 season schedules for Trousdale Co. and Macon Co. have only 1 similarity, the Westmoreland Eagles. Macon Co. defeated them in W2 13-7. Trousdale Co. played them last week where they won 17-0. Rankings: Sonny Moore Computer Power Rankings. Trousdale Co. following Week 4 sat in 108, which was 8th in 2A while there scheduled opponents having an average rank in this poll of 166. The Tigers of Macon Co. were at 96, and their opponents average a rank of 208.3 in this poll. The Massey Ratings show the Yellow Jackets and list them at 111 which is 3rd in 2A, and their scheduled opponents average a rank of 208.8 in this poll. Macon Co. this week is rated as team 163 and their opponents have an average rank in this poll of 218.2. unapproved website 2A Rankings Trousdale Co. sits in 8th spot. CoachT 2A Stength Rankings Trousdale County is in 18th. 2A AP Rankings following week 4, the Yellow Jackets were in 7th. Match-Up History: Trousdale County leads this series with a 57-20 record. Since 2001 the 2 have seen each other 17 times. Trousdale Co. bested Macon Co. in 13 of those games. Macon Co. won games in 2003, 2006, 2014, & 2017. The last 2 years has seen the Hartsville bunch win 28-0 each year. My Take: This is always an exciting game and often because very spirited. I’d expect nothing less than that come Friday night. The Tigers on paper appear primed to continue their winning streak, but I don’t feel that they have seen the level of competition the Jackets have seen. The Purple and Gold have had some growing pains but there is visible improvement and growth with this team and I believe they are finally getting in a groove. The Tigers may be catching the Jackets at a bad time. I look for the Jackets to win by a couple of scores. Go Jackets!
  24. It's as clear as a mud puddle right now ! We don't have senior loaded squads in 1 a ,these teams are all so young ,take LC for example there is talent there but the have already missed a couple games so how will the meld as a unit is yet to be seen .
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