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    Quote Originally Posted by CollegefootballGuy69 View Post
    CovCath could be the top team in KY this year.
    They were a close #2 last year. If Trinity is down a little, it is a very valid argument. You will never get Trinity nor most Louisville people to consider that but I believe it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by All about the Kids View Post
    Not shocked here. Covington Catholic is really good. And Ryle is reeling. Ryle coaches better get things under control and quick. Could be a long season.

    Reeling?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CollegefootballGuy69 View Post
    CovCath could be the top team in KY this year.
    Agreed, Cov Cath looks better than Trinity.

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    Congratulations CovCath!

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    Play somebody!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voice of Reason View Post
    They were a close #2 last year. If Trinity is down a little, it is a very valid argument. You will never get Trinity nor most Louisville people to consider that but I believe it.
    The good thing for CovCath fans is they'll never get the opportunity to prove it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voice of Reason View Post
    It was 40-0 when the running clock started.
    Thanks for clarifying

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voice of Reason View Post
    They were a close #2 last year. If Trinity is down a little, it is a very valid argument. You will never get Trinity nor most Louisville people to consider that but I believe it.
    I believe that Cov Cath wouldn’t have beat St. X or Scott Co. last year. My opinion is based on seeing all four teams play in person. Having two way players is most times a big disadvantage. But we all have opinions.

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    CovCath looked solid. Jacob had a nice night throwing (really only one bad pass I can remember), McGiness had a nice night running, Coldiron a solid all around game. Toss in Molique and Coburn with some tough catches and it was a long night for the Raiders. Still some things to clean up, but overall nice first outing for the Colonels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatsnbul View Post
    I believe that Cov Cath wouldn’t have beat St. X or Scott Co. last year. My opinion is based on seeing all four teams play in person. Having two way players is most times a big disadvantage. But we all have opinions.
    Seriously?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDeuce View Post
    The good thing for CovCath fans is they'll never get the opportunity to prove it.
    Or, the good thing for Trinity fans is they'll never get the opportunity to prove it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatsnbul View Post
    I believe that Cov Cath wouldn’t have beat St. X or Scott Co. last year. My opinion is based on seeing all four teams play in person. Having two way players is most times a big disadvantage. But we all have opinions.

    That is funny!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bwtigerpaw View Post
    Seriously?
    Why is it hard to believe that they may not have beat those teams mentioned? While what they have done is very impressive. During this run, they haven't beaten a team that would be considered a top 10 team in the state when looking at the state as a whole or maybe one team at best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KY Outsider View Post
    Agreed, Cov Cath looks better than Trinity.
    You were at both games tonight? Trinity takes on a out of state power and CovCath plays a extremely weak 6A NKY team. Cov Cath is good, but lets not get ahead of ourselves

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voice of Reason View Post
    Or, the good thing for Trinity fans is they'll never get the opportunity to prove it.
    To be fair anytime even in the last 10, 20, or 30 years when people have thought NKY had a team that could even play with Trinity. It usually got shut down quickly by Trinity once they got on the field. While it's great to think a team could do it. Until it happens again, Trinity gets the nod. Especially since Trinity always plays top teams from around the country not just the state and use to seeing those type of teams. While as I just mentioned. Covcath arguably hasn't played a single game against a team that would be considered one of the 10 best in the state. Maybe one team at best. Trinity is use to playing the best, Covcath isnt. Its trinity until proven otherwise.

    Trinity would be a whole other animal that Covcath hasnt even came close to seeing before. While for Trinity. Covcath is just another game that they are use to always playing.

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