Board of Control addresses Football Alignment, bracketing, more

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    Quote Originally Posted by BirdBrain View Post
    It's pretty simple...Get Better....Beat the Best...Win Championships...whining is so unbecoming.
    Don't give me that horse !!! Trinity has a monopoly, when you win that many and there are very few public schools in a 40 year span that win state title (and Male and Manual are not public cause they can pick and choose also) if is a joke. Public schools don't have the ability to get kids from a 8 county radius and 2 states. Give coaches at public schools 2 or 3 of the best players from surrounding counties and they would be pretty good to. And there have been some county schools that have done that and they have won a few state titles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by golden eagle View Post
    Don't give me that horse !!! Trinity has a monopoly, when you win that many and there are very few public schools in a 40 year span that win state title (and Male and Manual are not public cause they can pick and choose also) if is a joke. Public schools don't have the ability to get kids from a 8 county radius and 2 states. Give coaches at public schools 2 or 3 of the best players from surrounding counties and they would be pretty good to. And there have been some county schools that have done that and they have won a few state titles.
    You contradict yourself. You make one point saying:
    Public schools don't have the ability to get kids from a 8 county radius and 2 states.
    then your last sentence
    And there have been some county schools that have done that and they have won a few state titles.
    Which is it? Can they or can't they?

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