Battle of Union, Kentucky: Cooper at Ryle

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    Battle of Union, Kentucky: Cooper at Ryle

    We've all seen the scrimmage thread preseason. We've all seen the problems at Ryle threads. We've seen the whats going on with Cooper as well. Here we are game week. Thoughts on how either side wins this thing?
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    Cooper wins a close one.

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    Does Cooper have everyone back?

    Who does Ryle have at RB now? I heard Jake Smith is back at QB.

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    I was told that Ryle played much better last week, and it has somewhat galvanized them for district play.

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    So am I to assume that Kyle England was the kid that quit the team at Ryle?

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    It would be nice to know if QB/playmaker, Jeremiah Lee is back for Cooper but of course, I wouldn't leak that information if I were a Cooper follower. It makes a difference.

    Also, it would be nice to know if England will be caring more than 10-12 times for Ryle. He can make a difference. I guess everyone will just have to show up at game time to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack of all Trades View Post
    So am I to assume that Kyle England was the kid that quit the team at Ryle?
    What???!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack of all Trades View Post
    So am I to assume that Kyle England was the kid that quit the team at Ryle?
    England played against Catherdal.

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    I think Ryle will start to pull away early in the 2nd quarter and not look back.

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    I know that Cooper has Dillon Perry back this week. That is huge for them offensively but more important defensively.

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    Cooper wins this game and sets up another classic with Conner for the district. "IF" Jeremiah Lee plays he will be the difference maker and having Perry back is a big plus. This won't be a "controlled" scrimmage that many thought was such an indicative measure of these teams a couple of months ago. The Battle of Union bragging rights goes back to Longbranch IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Sixer View Post
    Cooper wins this game and sets up another classic with Conner for the district. "IF" Jeremiah Lee plays he will be the difference maker and having Perry back is a big plus. This won't be a "controlled" scrimmage that many thought was such an indicative measure of these teams a couple of months ago. The Battle of Union bragging rights goes back to Longbranch IMO.
    I think if Ryle has the same offensive output they've had for the last 3-4 weeks then Cooper wins. I think Lee is starting to make better decisions with the ball and Cooper seems to be heading in the right direction. Hopefully Ryle can right the ship or it will be a LONG night in Union if the Raiders take an L.

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