Open Job: Scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by CollegefootballGuy69 View Post
    Run the spread and it will be 10 times better.
    You do know that 8/12 teams in this years state finals ran the ball heavily more than they threw?

    The spread isn’t the answer.

    It’s also not actually a system. Just a concept. But whatever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CollegefootballGuy69 View Post
    Run the spread and it will be 10 times better.
    You do realize they’ve thrown for over 1000 yards each of the last two seasons, right. Trust me, Running a spread offense wouldn’t have changed the outcome of any game they’ve played during Wolley’s tenure. They have traditionally run a ton, not because they don’t like to throw, but because they’ve struggled on defense due to lack of depth. They’ve needed to be run heavy to control the football to keep the D off the field since so many guys go both ways. Plus they have had a bunch of really good backs, and not a ton of outside threats outside of Nelson Perrin. This will likely change some next year with some of the sophomore class coming up, but they’ll still have Quincy Perrin, and will be run heavy regardless of who coaches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HSfootballfan18 View Post
    Rumor has it open enrollment will be ending in Kenton Co. Maybe once they do that Scott will keep some of those kids. Obviously doesn't stop them from going to Beechwood or Covcath. Good luck to the new coach! Hopefully he can keep the trend going up for Scott football!
    Kids in other districts don't attend Beechwood. Smh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brcatz View Post
    Over 30 Applied. From states as far as Arizona and Florida from what I heard.
    No one in their rite mind would leave Arizona to come to Kentucky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Basketball1235 View Post
    No one in their rite mind would leave Arizona to come to Kentucky.
    What makes you say that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonels_Wear_Blue View Post
    What makes you say that?
    It was meant as a joke. Still with the weather here and the great distance.

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    This job is very, very attractive. I wish I was in a position to apply for it because the facilities are top notch and a decent foundation is there with the community to try and keep those players that live in the Scott district right there. I could see coaches coming from far and wide to Scott.

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    The location and facilities make Scott a very attractive destination for a coach. The district isn’t as tough as 5A and 6A in NKY so winning should come quicker.

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    Any updates?

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    Any news?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CollegefootballGuy69 View Post
    Any news?
    Probably won’t hear anything until they get a better idea of what teaching positions might be available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjs4470 View Post
    Probably won’t hear anything until they get a better idea of what teaching positions might be available.
    Offseason workouts and spring football coming up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CollegefootballGuy69 View Post
    Offseason workouts and spring football coming up.
    Shocking to some, but in a time of dwindling education dollars spring football, etc, isnít the top concern of those hiring. Assistants can run offseason programs while a principal may wait until closer to allocations to avoid putting themself in a bad spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChickenWyngz View Post
    Shocking to some, but in a time of dwindling education dollars spring football, etc, isn’t the top concern of those hiring. Assistants can run offseason programs while a principal may wait until closer to allocations to avoid putting themself in a bad spot.
    Wait to long good luck finding a decent coach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CollegefootballGuy69 View Post
    Wait to long good luck finding a decent coach.
    I'd have to disagree with this. There are plenty of quality coaches in the area and out of the area that would wait for this job.

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