Mayfield vs. Bardstown predictions

Page 4 of Originally Posted by Hearsay I believe you'll get a clean game from Bardstown. This is a "good" team in every sense of that word. Mayfielders... 149 comments | 5590 Views | Go to page 1 →

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    Couldn't have said it better CV. We have already faced teams like this especially Hoptown plus Milan Tenn in a scrimmage. Bardstown fans like talk about how your going to deal with their team, Mayfield will have much respect for Bardstown but Mayfield will be more than a handfull for any Ky class A squad.
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    [QUOTE=Toothpick]
    Bardstown is undefeated, #1 ranked and just knocked off in convincing fashion the flagship program in class A in Danville.
    Sorry pick, but with all due respect the flagship program in Class A is Beechwood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cardinalsvoice
    We have heard that Bardstown is fast...what about your QB how is he with his pocket presence and does he scramble well?

    GO CARDS!!!
    Brian Calhoun. He can be a human highlight reel. 3 TD's vs. Danville. Check out my post on the "Playmaker" thread, he will score on you a number of different ways.

    If we are throwing much, its because we are losing, but as far as "pocket presence," I have been following B-Town football since the 70's and he has as much ice in his veins as any player I've seen there. I believe he heats up the cold turf on Friday . . . :flame: (Geez I love these smilies)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hearsay
    Brian Calhoun. He can be a human highlight reel. 3 TD's vs. Danville. Check out my post on the "Playmaker" thread, he will score on you a number of different ways.

    If we are throwing much, its because we are losing, but as far as "pocket presence," I have been following B-Town football since the 70's and he has as much ice in his veins as any player I've seen there. I believe he heats up the cold turf on Friday . . . :flame: (Geez I love these smilies)
    Thanks Hearsay for the comment about Calhoun...he sounds like a real player...I can't wait to see him in person this Friday as well as the rest of your Tigers team...should be a heck of a game as both teams will no doubt face their toughest test all year in each other. Should be an old-fashioned "slobber-knocker" of a game.

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    [QUOTE=BIGZIG]
    Quote Originally Posted by Toothpick

    Sorry pick, but with all due respect the flagship program in Class A is Beechwood.
    Now, you've gone and done it! All the Ads fans are going to get on here!

    Beechwood is a 90's phenomenon. Ads/Mayfield have been slugging it out for 30+ years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hearsay
    Brian Calhoun. He can be a human highlight reel. 3 TD's vs. Danville. Check out my post on the "Playmaker" thread, he will score on you a number of different ways.

    If we are throwing much, its because we are losing, but as far as "pocket presence," I have been following B-Town football since the 70's and he has as much ice in his veins as any player I've seen there. I believe he heats up the cold turf on Friday . . . :flame: (Geez I love these smilies)
    Brian cant really throw the ball that good, but you're right, he is a playmaker otherwise. From what i've seen this year, when bardstown wants to throw the ball, they insert another playmaker, #5 josh payne

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. No Name
    Brian cant really throw the ball that good, but you're right, he is a playmaker otherwise. From what i've seen this year, when bardstown wants to throw the ball, they insert another playmaker, #5 josh payne
    who likes to throw it to none other than the guy who was just at QB in Brian

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toothpick
    who likes to throw it to none other than the guy who was just at QB in Brian
    Someone's been watching film . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toothpick
    who likes to throw it to none other than the guy who was just at QB in Brian
    Will be a good game. Hope Bardstown isn't getting as blown up as their fans are. I wasn't real impressed Friday. Yeah I know they won......but take away the 3 turnovers.......two unforced it would have been a different game.
    I still think the Tigers will win a close one as long as Mayfield holds on to the ball!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ads1982
    Will be a good game. Hope Bardstown isn't getting as blown up as their fans are. I wasn't real impressed Friday. Yeah I know they won......but take away the 3 turnovers.......two unforced it would have been a different game.
    I still think the Tigers will win a close one as long as Mayfield holds on to the ball!
    What examples can you show of us being "blown up?" We have shown nothing but the highest regard for both Danville and Mayfield from the final tick on Friday until this very moment, but we are "blown up?" Your team was the ultimate in class the other night, I think they recognized an impressive victory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGZIG
    Sorry pick, but with all due respect the flagship program in Class A is Beechwood.
    Danville has been in Class A for seven seasons. In that time, the Admirals have won three state titles, Beechwood has two and Mayfield has one. Both Beechwood and Danville have been in the finals four times.

    By that criteria, Danville has taken over the flag, or at least a big chunk of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoBigRed
    Uh, Hopkinsville and Paducah Tilghman aren't fast?
    Not by their usual standards.

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    Westsider

    You are one of the more informed members of this board on this topic and have been following the Cards closely the last couple of weeks, what insight on this matchup can you provide us

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    B-Town in a close one

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    I think Mayfield needs a low-scoring game. From the sound of things, Bardstown has as much or more team speed than any A or 2A team in the state. The Cardinals can keep the score down by playing their typical ball-control game, and for that they have to control the line of scrimmage. I just don't see how Mayfield can win a track meet with the two-time state champs in track.

    Considering the way Bardstown beat Danville, I would say they are the favorite.

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