Santa, here is our one wish for next year's team

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    My wish is for the Tigers to have a great Coach for next season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PsalmsG View Post
    I sympathize with Paducah Tilghman supporters on the turnover issue. My in-laws live in Paducah so we drive there every year to watch the Tilghman-McCracken County game and I hated to see that game end on a botched PAT attempt. I do like what both teams are trying to do. Tilghman will be tough in the future if the players buy into what Coach Duncan and staff is trying to implement.
    I believe Tilghman and Mccracken both made good hires at the coaching position. Both made very good progress during the season, especially after what they both lost the year before.

    I'm 100% on board with Coach Duncan and his staff. This guy can flat out coach and is one of the best human beings you will ever meet. Lots of Tilghman fans don't like the run first offense, but I love it and we have have the personnel now to make this a very good team. I have very high hopes in the coming year.

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    Johnson Central: The return of a healthy Joe Jackson would be a great start.

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    Cov Cath: someone to fill A.J.’s shoes even 1/2 way.... Need a General to fill his shoes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JC Alumni 76 View Post
    Johnson Central: The return of a healthy Joe Jackson would be a great start.
    How is he doing? Is he on schedule to return by the first of the year?

    I wish him well.

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    1. DEFENSIVE LINE IMPROVEMENT IN DEPTH AND SIZE
    2. A leader emerges on Defense to replace Wellman

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    Trinity: Trinity needs a WR to replace Rondale Moore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrosefStalin View Post
    In Ft Mitchell, we’re hoping and praying Coach Rash and his amazing staff continue their DiMaggio like stretch of making the perfect calls and choose the right successor for the departed Brayden Burch at QB.

    Burch will be hard to replace and there’s no clear cut front runner - from a distant view - at this juncture. Whispers abound at possible replacements but nothing concrete.

    Merry Christmas!
    I have no doubt that Coach Rash and the rest of the crew will have them ready to make another run!

    They adapt to fit the talent they have!
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    Cov Cath: someone to fill A.J.’s shoes even 1/2 way.... Need a General to fill his shoes.
    Anybody a front runner to do it?

    I heard someone say (maybe saw it on here?) that his brother might be taking being considered, which I'm sure he has at least some of AJ's and, at 6'5, 210 (and most likely only adding weight in muscle), he'd be a load even for linemen to bring down. I have visions of Jared Lorenzen just running around in the pocket and giving receivers all day to get open or just go long and outrun everyone.

    Then, having a back like McGinness who can break a big play with even the smallest opening just sounds dangerous.

    I might be completely wrong about him being a possibility at QB, but it would be interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TilghmanPride View Post
    Paducah Tilghman: The choice is simple. Turnovers destroyed our season. We're not talking about the normal game type stuff, we're talking obscene amounts at the worst possible times.

    That one area alone cost Tilghman big opportunities and made close games turn into lopsided scores in a hurry.

    Tilghman is loaded with upperclassmen and a lot of unseen talent for next season. The turnovers must be improved drastically to get to where we want.
    Add stupid penalties at the wrong time and you are talking about Owensboro High. Trust me, I know your pain. So much promise at the beginning of the season to go down in flames like they did. This team is a lot better than people just looking at their record think. If Santa takes care of this, Owensboro will be back where they've been.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFritz View Post
    I have no doubt that Coach Rash and the rest of the crew will have them ready to make another run!

    They adapt to fit the talent they have!


    Anybody a front runner to do it?

    I heard someone say (maybe saw it on here?) that his brother might be taking being considered, which I'm sure he has at least some of AJ's and, at 6'5, 210 (and most likely only adding weight in muscle), he'd be a load even for linemen to bring down. I have visions of Jared Lorenzen just running around in the pocket and giving receivers all day to get open or just go long and outrun everyone.

    Then, having a back like McGinness who can break a big play with even the smallest opening just sounds dangerous.

    I might be completely wrong about him being a possibility at QB, but it would be interesting.
    6'5" 210? If the kid can throw, they have to at least consider it.

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    Birds---SPECIAL TEAMS for gosh sakes. Plus what the other guys said--get everyone,players and coaches on the same page to prepare by doing what is needed to get to the title game and win.

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    Health, these student athletes put it all out there and it can be over in an instant. We need all these kids to play smart, non-wreckless football.

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