Page 3 of Originally Posted by Cubster AT41, Man you are blasting your freshman coach. You ever think Russell just won the game. Slow clock and some questionable... 53 comments | 2419 Views | Go to page 1 →
Oct 21, 05, 02:01 PM #31
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Oct 21, 05, 02:09 PM #32Originally Posted by Cubster
This coming from the king of critisizing Ashland coaching?
Oct 21, 05, 02:10 PM #33Originally Posted by Cubster
Oct 21, 05, 02:10 PM #34Originally Posted by Cubster
Baldcock isn't the 1st string QB. The first string QB is Daniel McDavid (Drew's younger brother) and he has been out for about the past 4 weeks.
Oct 21, 05, 03:24 PM #35
:fire: Great win for Russell coaching staff &freshman players. Russell had about 15 players on the side line that were freshman. The others were 8th graders. Russell players stepped up and many players never came out of the game. The usual cross town rivalry is always a barn burner. #13 Abrams played a heckuva game and was well deserving of Offensive MVP. ( JFL 49ers)
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Good job Drew. Turnovers were rampant on both sides of the field.
Oct 21, 05, 04:26 PM #36Ok, So I did not make it to the game, but it sounds like on paper Ashland is probably better, but Russell capitalized on mistakes and won the game. So realistically, I know they only play once and that's all that counts, but if they play 10 times what is the breakout. Plaese only reply if you are being thoughtful. I really don't want to see any 10-0 either way.
Oct 21, 05, 04:38 PM #37Honestly, very likely 1-9 and no better than 3-7 in favor of Ashland. Russell was just able to take better advantage of Ashland's mistakes last night.
Oct 21, 05, 04:45 PM #38It's hard for me to determine.
If you put Russell and Ashland Freshman out in front of a Kiwanis
Bowl crowd, then Ashland appeared to be rattled, and I would say
its about 3-7 or maybe 4-6 in favor of Ashland. But again, neither
team impressed me for the first 3 quarters. Russell simply capitalized
off of mistakes. It's a tough call because I hadn't either team before
last night's game, so perhaps in another environment it would have
Ashland simply looked bad for the first three quarters of the ball-
game. I was very surprised to see that Ashland had over 300 yards
of offense, but I would wager that a most of those came in the fourth
quarter, or late in the third.
Russell won when they took advantage of Ashland mistakes. Ashland
mistakes might have been a result of the large crowd and pageantry
of the Kiwanis Bowl. I could be wrong in this assumption, but I was
lead to believe that the Ashland Freshmen had a very good football
team and for whatever reason when I left that game, I was not
Oct 21, 05, 04:49 PM #39Please note that in my previous post that Ashland's freshman team
might have been very good or even exceptional, but they did not
appear to be last night.
Oct 21, 05, 04:53 PM #40Originally Posted by Play 2 Win
Oct 21, 05, 05:04 PM #41Ashland just choked like i said earlier. They were clearly the better team. They outgained Russell 331-115 in totaly yards.
Oct 21, 05, 06:27 PM #42Originally Posted by Goliath
Oct 21, 05, 06:51 PM #43Originally Posted by fanofkyfootball
Oct 24, 05, 12:11 PM #44
Originally Posted by Red Shift
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I was at the game and it looked like Russell had just as many fans if not more. The Pride runs deep at Russell. Gives the kids there dues. Thay wanted it more than Ashland. They never quit and if they were tired it did not show. Some bad play calling on Ashland last possesion was costly. Good Job Russell
Oct 24, 05, 02:12 PM #45Originally Posted by FBALL