Knott Co. in the future

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    The Season for knott co has come to a close. This year junior Bobby Owens had a execptional year.Breaking the school record and not to mention one of the top backs in the state of kentucky. How does everbody think he will do next season? and what kind of a impact he will have on the 06-07 season for the pats?
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    The Pats will have a good season next year and will be close or just above .500 IMO. I predict that they will be 3rd seed in the district behind Breathitt and Middlesboro. Their line will be a weak spot as it has been and Bobby Owens will most of his running around the outside as he did this year. KCC has some good young players and if they can gain experience and help out the upper-classmen, it could be a good season for the Patriots. Need to get some recievers though, they dropped a lot of passes last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaMale
    The Pats will have a good season next year and will be close or just above .500 IMO. I predict that they will be 3rd seed in the district behind Breathitt and Middlesboro. Their line will be a weak spot as it has been and Bobby Owens will most of his running around the outside as he did this year. KCC has some good young players and if they can gain experience and help out the upper-classmen, it could be a good season for the Patriots. Need to get some recievers though, they dropped a lot of passes last year.
    If the Owens boy can stay injury free, KCC might make the playoffs next year, but as I have said before, everyone gets players once every 10 years or so. I do not see a sustained program coming from there because of the administration. The Superintendent has made too many errors and has proven incompetence since he has been there, just look at the other programs and the academic performance of the district. Why would it not be any different for the football program?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Braveheart
    If the Owens boy can stay injury free, KCC might make the playoffs next year, but as I have said before, everyone gets players once every 10 years or so. I do not see a sustained program coming from there because of the administration. The Superintendent has made too many errors and has proven incompetence since he has been there, just look at the other programs and the academic performance of the district. Why would it not be any different for the football program?
    I do not see a sustained program at this point either, but the pieces are in place personel wise next year for a successfull campaign. As far as the Superintendent is concerned I am more worried about the decisions that are being made as far as academics are concerned, Knott County is falling farther behind in that area as well. I have hope that things will get turned around here and that the people in charge have the kid's best intrest in mind when making decisions, but it does not always work out that way, especially when politics are involved. Go Pats.....Have a good season......

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    Kcc will have some trouble if other players don't step up and hold there own Owens can not beat a team of 50 by himself.

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