Male 41 Bowling Green 14 (Scrimmage)

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    Male 41 Bowling Green 14 (Scrimmage)

    Male looks like going to be a force in 6A this year. This score was after 3 quarters.
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    Any insight on key players for Male? Were there any players sitting out for BG?

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    This is shocking ... even for a scrimmage

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    Bg had 2 starting receivers missing but still should have played better. I will say I’ve never seen a team pooch kick and run so many reverses on punt returns in a scrimmage before but to each his own

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    Didn’t see this score coming. Just scrimmage, don’t want to get too excited or too down for either team.

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    Male was the better team last night no question. BGs biggest problem was covering punts and kick offs. First punt Male runs back. 2nd punt Male takes to the 20. First kickoff Male takes to the 5. That's effectively 21 points. You can do the math from there. This will help BG and I look for them to play inspired next week. @Buchd22 what is out look for 2 WRs? Out long term or. Short term?

    Males skill guys are outstanding. The RB especially. Also don't think Male liked the outcome from last years scrimmage and is likely the reason for all the reverses.

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    Tisdale play?

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    Male too legit to quit. They moved up with Trinity as the 2 best teams in Jefferson county.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2020BirdDad View Post
    Tisdale play?
    Yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple88 View Post
    Male was the better team last night no question. BGs biggest problem was covering punts and kick offs. First punt Male runs back. 2nd punt Male takes to the 20. First kickoff Male takes to the 5. That's effectively 21 points. You can do the math from there. This will help BG and I look for them to play inspired next week. @Buchd22 what is out look for 2 WRs? Out long term or. Short term?

    Males skill guys are outstanding. The RB especially. Also don't think Male liked the outcome from last years scrimmage and is likely the reason for all the reverses.
    Special teams are big. They made a difference in X vs SK last night also.

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    BG struggles no matter how you slice it, BUT Coach Spader played very conservatively. Minimal touches for Tisdale. Defensive backfield will get tested early in season.

    New coaches, a few tweaks to play calling, not showing all the cards...

    It seemed Male was Petal to the metal. No complaints but seemed kind of odd.

    Everyone is 0-0.

    Looking forward to next weekend

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    Not sure why people are surprised by the reverse punt returns. One was called back for holding in last year’s scrimmage. Male has done this for years.

    After the last two seasons I am very happy to see the Bulldogs play with a sense of urgency. There were 3 or 4 running backs that showed great potential to break the big play. This is a good sign because the defense looked nasty.

    BG looked like they were playing conservative and Male looked like they are in the best shape I’ve seen in a few years. Tisdale is a mismatch problem with size and speed.

    Good luck to both Purple and Gold “H” Schools this season.

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    Male, you need to upgrade your schedule. Playing Floyd Central is pitifull. You need to be scheduling teams from Cincy, Indy, or Nashville. At least 3 note worthy out of town opponents. Your fans will thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinbad 74 View Post
    Male, you need to upgrade your schedule. Playing Floyd Central is pitifull. You need to be scheduling teams from Cincy, Indy, or Nashville. At least 3 note worthy out of town opponents. Your fans will thank you.
    Probably easier said than done for a JCPS team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LongTimeReader View Post
    Probably easier said than done for a JCPS team.
    I'd be interested to know how much pressure there is on JCPS schools to keep their schedules local. All together, I can't think of too many JCPS teams that have scheduled teams outside of more than maybe an hour drive in the last few years. Even then, they hardly ever get to have three "out of town" opponents, as @Sinbad 74 suggested Male should. More often than not, the JCPS schools don't even repeat the opponents year to year, so the out of town matchups strike me more as a situation where they need to find an opponent to fill in a blank in their schedule, rather than having an opportunity to go and pick out an opponent and schedule a standard home-and-away series.

    Central
    2016 - Corbin
    2015 - Knox Central

    Eastern
    2016 - Dunbar
    2015 - Dunbar

    Jeffersontown
    2017 - Casey County
    2016 - Dunbar
    2015 - Dunbar

    Moore
    2017 - Johnson Central

    Pleasure Ridge Park
    2017 - Bowling Green

    Waggener
    2017 - Danville
    2017 - Lexington Christian
    2016 - Knox Central
    2015 - Corbin


    Male's last real "out of town" opponent during their regular season was in 2012 when they played Boone County and Lex Cath.

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