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thegreatone36

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30 minutes ago, jimb1972 said:

GHS will have to pony up if they want to make a splash! Here again what is the level of committment to winning! TCHS, Macon have sweetened the pot in the past! Otherwise why make a move to get someone with no HC experience? Not TP or RP I am talking about. Gallatin people have never cared much for the Perrys! How about a younger Satt?

GO JACKETS!

Shhhhh! Lol Blake is the next HC in TC, book it!

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Serious question, what kind of support do you think a coach would receive at Gallatin, if he were to have the success that other local schools have seen in recent years? I think a person has to look at what the program CAN be, and not what it is currently. 

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7 minutes ago, eers said:

Here's where it gets tricky.  An established winner (as a HC) at a large school doesn't have a lot of reason to come to Gallatin.  Winning at a smaller school doesn't always translate to winning in the larger classifications.  I believe a good coordinator from established programs in the same or larger classification may be the best route.  Either way, you better be ready to give him some room for his staff.

I disagree.  7 years ago there were a bunch of established winners with state championships applying.  No reason to think they would not now.  

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3 minutes ago, GWAVE1 said:

I disagree.  7 years ago there were a bunch of established winners with state championships applying.  No reason to think they would not now.  

Beating Oakland, 6a semifinalist Brentwood, Jalen Hurd led Beech, Hville all in the previous season might have had some of the bigger name guys licking their chops at that time. It will take a man who can see past the current state. 

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1 minute ago, thegreatone36 said:

Beating Oakland, 6a semifinalist Brentwood, Jalen Hurd led Beech, Hville all in the previous season might have had some of the bigger name licking their chops at that time. It will take a man who can see past the current state. 

I don’t think any of that made a difference nor does the current state.  It is all about the potential and there is a high ceiling.  

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yea i know him well. i like him but always knew he was full of it  He used to tell us stories on how he would change the game plan at halftime for yall and how he would take kids to recruiting trips at notre dame and alot of other stuff lol

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Just now, GWAVE1 said:

I don’t think any of that made a difference nor does the current state.  It is all about the potential and there is a high ceiling.  

A higher ceiling than many will give credit for. Gotta prove it though. 

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3 minutes ago, bigdawgtn said:

yea i know him well. i like him but always knew he was full of it  He used to tell us stories on how he would change the game plan at halftime for yall and how he would take kids to recruiting trips at notre dame and alot of other stuff lol

He never changed anything, but tried to get guys fired up from time to time. Miss the old fieldhouse

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2 minutes ago, GWAVE1 said:

I disagree.  7 years ago there were a bunch of established winners with state championships applying.  No reason to think they would not now.  

7 years ago Gallatin was coming off of a very good season, 10-2.  The best record since was 7-4/8-5, with three losing seasons.  The program is not in the same state it was then.

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