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  1. BoomKing2006

    Williamson County

    Doesn't sound as much like a transfer as much as it does his family straight up moved.
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    Gallatin Green Wave Grumors

    ^ remembering a quote from 40 years ago makes it sound like you actually were "worried about what outsiders thought"
  3. BoomKing2006

    Gallatin Green Wave Grumors

    Just looks to be the case of "Sloppy Seconds." Someone desperate for a fresh start after the ineligibility debacle this season and a school desperate for a head coach. It was a perfect match.
  4. BoomKing2006

    Gallatin Green Wave Grumors

    Those views can be attributed to people who rubberneck a head on collision... you just gotta catch a glimpse of the damage and if there are any dead bodies in the road.
  5. BoomKing2006

    Gallatin Green Wave Grumors

    I'm just confused by this whole topic in general. I'm sure if you're an assistant coach wanting to become a head coach there is an attractiveness to any head coaching position but if you're a head coach already somewhere else what makes the Gallatin job any more attractive than your own? The stipend on top of salary is like 20% and i believe that is to be distributed among you assistants. Gallatin isn't texas where coaches are making 6 figures with performance bonuses with district funded stadiums and indoor facilities. If there isn't a position open at the school what are you going to do? Fire a non-coaching teacher to open at position for him so he's there in January? Maybe I'm as delusional as some of the posters in this thread but I would assume to land the big fish that have been Grumored but not explicitly named on this thread it would IMO require a handshake deal between the coach and boosters that he would be taken care of beyond his salary.
  6. BoomKing2006

    AAU coaches on HS benches

    Is there a qualifier that you have to be at the same school for 5 subsequent years to become a head coach at that school or 5 years anywhere to become a head coach anywhere else?
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    AAU coaches on HS benches

    There are a lot of black and white solutions to a lot of the problems people have with the TSSAA but that means they would have to actually enforce things instead of finding loopholes within all the grey area they've established.
  8. BoomKing2006

    AAU coaches on HS benches

    Someone correct me if i'm wrong but the TSSAA requires certain head coaches to be faculty members: Football, Basketball, Baseball, Softball, Track and Field/Cross County. That applies to head coaches only. All other coaches (JV, Freshman, Assistant) can be non-faculty members but must pass a general background check administered by the county. The person may or may not be paid... could be volunteers and not paid. The topic is a little vague but I'm assuming the AAU coach was just on the bench and not the Head Coach. Where the problem may lie which is why this was posted in the first place is if athletes from the AAU program begin transferring to the school they volunteer or assistant coach at. At that point a violation occurs with coaching connections. The athlete would be ineligible for a year. There are a few loopholes with private schools... etc...
  9. BoomKing2006

    AAU coaches on HS benches

    If a faculty coach from school A is allowed to train an athlete from school B, C, D... etc.. "privately" then I don't see an AAU coach who is non-faculty being an issue. Schools employ the services of non-faculty coaches all the time.
  10. BoomKing2006

    Gallatin Green Wave Grumors

    Interesting you point that out. A lot of the Beech running backs that are in their pantheon of greats were transfers to the program. Hurd (MBA, transferred his sophomore year) Napper (Ripley, transferred his junior year), Dunlap (Station Camp, transferred in his senior year).
  11. BoomKing2006

    Station Camp Changes ?

    Whatever buzz that would be created by a new coach at SCHS would quickly subside with what they are up against. If rezoning goes through, for two years they will play 6A football with a little over 1300 kids in their school while beech will get to play in 5a with well over 1500. After two years cottontown high school will open and the buzz around a new high school will pull talent and resources away from the existing ones. There is no gain in a new coach at this point as they would just be set up for failure.
  12. BoomKing2006

    Arthur Halle Stadium

    So how does this work out with like track programs since they don't have tracks at their schools either? do they share the stadium for practice and meets as well?
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    Arthur Halle Stadium

    Not familiar with Memphis but after looking at the good satellite views of some of the schools in the area which lack any form of a stadium at their campus i'm speculating that Arthur Halle Stadium is a shared stadium? Can someone confirm? Thank you in advance!
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    Round 1 Average Margin of Victory Year over Year

    @FridayMainEvent i think the second year illustrates that just because you're a large school doesn't mean you're going to have a good football team. Ultimately did this "study" to show that too many teams make the playoffs. either need to take less per class or have less classes. I personally think 4 blanket classifications across all sports for division I would be best.
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    Round 1 Average Margin of Victory Year over Year

    2016 (Year 2 Super 32): 1A: 33.6 2A: 28.5 3A: 26.44 4A: 40.56 5A: 20.94 6A: 30.69 Total Composite: 30.08
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