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    Sounds like alot of SC's problems were self inflicted in the second half. They had 3-personal foul penalties in one series while Henry Clay was driving.
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    The biggest difference in my opinion was speed. Henry Clay hit big play after big play and Scott Co. had no answer last night. I am very interested to see what adjustments are made for next week and in the future for SC.

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    Didnt Cov. Cath beat HC 41-0��

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    Is this a “close the book” game for Scott County?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBlue05 View Post
    Didnt Cov. Cath beat HC 41-0��
    Quote Originally Posted by ThrillVille Cardinal51 View Post
    Is this a “close the book” game for Scott County?
    Doubtful, more will be known after they play Frederick Douglass next. I’m very interested in seeing how that game goes for both teams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBlue05 View Post
    Didnt Cov. Cath beat HC 41-0��
    Yes and with a running clock.

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    Shocked at this score.

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    Henry Clay is better than some think, obviously. They have played a really tough schedule. Sometimes it is about the matchup. Did the Johnson Central game help prepare Henry Clay for Scott County?

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    Was Scott County looking ahead? Who is Coach Truck really riding with? Find out Thursday on Big Things Kentucky

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Things Kentucky View Post
    Was Scott County looking ahead? Who is Coach Truck really riding with? Find out Thursday on Big Things Kentucky
    The question has been raised: Did the Johnson Central game prepare Henry Clay for Scott County? I, as well as others, think that Scott County normally has an advantage due to the fact their offense is one that other teams normally don't see often and others may have some time constraints in preparation for said offense. Johnson Central runs a similar offense to Scott County. Do you think Henry Clay had an easier time in the two week preparation for Johnson Central and Scott County?

    How does Johnson Central's offense compare to Scott County's? Is there that much similarity? What are the different idiosyncrasies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram View Post
    The question has been raised: Did the Johnson Central game prepare Henry Clay for Scott County? I, as well as others, think that Scott County normally has an advantage due to the fact their offense is one that other teams normally don't see often and others may have some time constraints in preparation for said offense. Johnson Central runs a similar offense to Scott County. Do you think Henry Clay had an easier time in the two week preparation for Johnson Central and Scott County?

    How does Johnson Central's offense compare to Scott County's? Is there that much similarity? What are the different idiosyncrasies?
    Looks like the issue was Scott County’s defense giving up 51 pts.

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    The Lexington schools should be very familiar with the wing t that Scott County runs they play against it from freshman up every year. Having a lead late in the game helps forcing SC to be more reliant on the pass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram View Post
    The question has been raised: Did the Johnson Central game prepare Henry Clay for Scott County? I, as well as others, think that Scott County normally has an advantage due to the fact their offense is one that other teams normally don't see often and others may have some time constraints in preparation for said offense. Johnson Central runs a similar offense to Scott County. Do you think Henry Clay had an easier time in the two week preparation for Johnson Central and Scott County?

    How does Johnson Central's offense compare to Scott County's? Is there that much similarity? What are the different idiosyncrasies?
    JC runs Belly which is different than the wing-t Belly play. They do run a very physical down hill run game with a few similarities to the wing-t belly play. One thing JC is excellent at is getting their line up to second level quickly. They do a great job of syncing the RBs with their OL.

    I believe there is history between the Henry Clay HC and the Scott Co HC. The Henry Clay HC’s son coached in the Scott Co MS (Royal Spring) for a number of years before joining his father at Henry Clay.

    I am not saying there is any annomosity between the coaches. I’m just saying there is a level of familiarity between the two staffs.

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    I really like the Van Horn Qb for Henry Clay. I was kind of upset that Southwestern seemed to ease up and let Henry Clay stay in the game when I watched them play but maybe Henry Clay had more to do with that than Southwestern letting up. Henry Clay has a lot of talent and has played a tough schedule but this score is puzzling.

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