How will your team do next season?

Page 2 of What do they lose? What do they bring back? What is the outlook for the 2006 season for the team you follow the most. I will do mine later as I don't h... 56 comments | 3522 Views | Go to page 1 →

  1. #16

    Join Date
    Dec 04
    Location
    Scoutin for SCIT's in the Hills and #MHFGA
    Posts
    5,834

    Three-peating!!!
    Advertisement

  2. #17

    Join Date
    Nov 03
    Location
    "Cry Havoc And Let Slip The Dogs Of War"
    Posts
    4,370

    LC should have a good year next year. We return a lot, but we lose some experience and speed this year. The last time we were in this shape and expected to only win 2 or 3 games with what we had coming back, we won the region....

  3. #18

    Join Date
    Nov 01
    Location
    Union, KY
    Posts
    21,402

    Covington Catholic loses a lot of talent, and that is worrisome. On the flip side, the players in the program have another year in Rodenberg's system, which should help eliminate many of the errors that plagued this season.

    Obviously, a lot will hinge on Josh Bleser replacing Drew Ellison. Different style of player, which will probably result in a different "feeling" offense. Combine that with the loss of Nick Buckley and Joe Smith, and one could come to the conclusion that the ball will be in the air a lot more next year.

  4. #19
    gamer31's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 04
    Location
    Hill's Heroes!!!
    Posts
    787

    Let's finish this season first.

  5. #20
    MountainThunder's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 05
    Location
    A proud Grandpa!!!
    Posts
    12,406

    Quote Originally Posted by dominator_58
    Well, Leslie will be in sort of a rebuilding mode after losing 16 seniors. But the big thing is they lose 9 on offense, 9 on defense. They won't be bad but they sure won't be a big caliber team like they were this year.
    About every 3-4 years there is a youth movement for the Eagles. I expect a lot of younger starters who will develop into fine players within the next couple of years. They do bring back Howard and Hubbard don't they? Those 2 are special players who could really bring the youngers guys along with their solid leadership on the field.

  6. #21
    MountainThunder's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 05
    Location
    A proud Grandpa!!!
    Posts
    12,406

    Quote Originally Posted by southeast_bell
    Middlesboro loses 3 Seniors (2 starters) OL/DL James "Smokey" Miller ,LB/TE Josh Lewis ,the other one Is a back up RB Chris Hersey.

    All our great skill position players will all be back.

    Line will be Ok (Not great) but with all the big game experience they received this season they should be good enough.

    Outlook for 2006 It should be a good year for the VERY experienced Yellow Jackets.
    This group of Jackets seniors were expected to be dominate coming up thru the ranks. This should be their year to fulfill all those expectations. I hope they have a fantastic season! Coach Roark has to be excited about this group!

  7. #22

    Join Date
    Oct 05
    Posts
    13

    Look For ALL northern Kentucky teams to be strong next year, especially Ryle and Boone

  8. #23
    dominator_58's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 05
    Location
    Carrying my cross...
    Posts
    655

    Quote Originally Posted by MountainThunder
    About every 3-4 years there is a youth movement for the Eagles. I expect a lot of younger starters who will develop into fine players within the next couple of years. They do bring back Howard and Hubbard don't they? Those 2 are special players who could really bring the youngers guys along with their solid leadership on the field.
    Yes, Ryan Howard and Brian Hubbard will come back next year. Two quality players that should show great leadership on the field next season.

  9. #24
    Hip-Hop Box's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 04
    Posts
    6,061

    Frankfort-Who knows this year was there year they were suppose to be walking down the red carpet I guess not... but 5-5 maybe, lose first round playoffs.

  10. #25

    Join Date
    Jul 05
    Posts
    23

    Bowling Green Purples - I think will have similar year to this year. Defense may not be quite as impressive but should be fine. My bold and bias prediction is they will repeat as state champs improving their record next year to 15-0 bating St. X the first game of year.

    Cant imagine Avery Hibbitt and Vic Anderson a year older, stronger and faster. They will be in class all by themself. Like it or not, you know its true~!

  11. #26
    Birdsfan's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 01
    Location
    Vetustior Humo!
    Posts
    62,362

    Quote Originally Posted by 72birdman
    Highlands is very young. They should do OK as usual.
    They will finish the job--building on the foundation laid down by this year's seniors.

  12. #27
    AlphaMale's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 05
    Location
    "Great achievement comes from within the framework of great expectation..."
    Posts
    744

    Knott Central should be descent this coming year, they have a good coach and have more upper-classmen, that equals a descent season. I think they make the playoffs for the first time in a long while

  13. #28
    MountainThunder's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 05
    Location
    A proud Grandpa!!!
    Posts
    12,406

    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaMale
    Knott Central should be descent this coming year, they have a good coach and have more upper-classmen, that equals a descent season. I think they make the playoffs for the first time in a long while
    Coach Beder, if given the proper time and support, will turn KCC around. Huge improvement this season already. I cannot wait to see what the future holds for the Patriots in 2006!

    Will the Watts kid take over the QB duties next season?

  14. #29

    Join Date
    Aug 03
    Location
    Football Heaven!!!!!!!!
    Posts
    895

    Quote Originally Posted by MountainThunder
    Coach Beder, if given the proper time and support, will turn KCC around. Huge improvement this season already. I cannot wait to see what the future holds for the Patriots in 2006!

    Will the Watts kid take over the QB duties next season?
    What's wrong with the one they have?

  15. #30
    MountainThunder's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 05
    Location
    A proud Grandpa!!!
    Posts
    12,406

    Quote Originally Posted by CHIEF
    What's wrong with the one they have?
    I believe he graduates.

Top