Will Beechwood be the best team Covington Catholic has faced?

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    Will Beechwood be the best team Covington Catholic has faced?

    Do you think Beechwood will be the best team Covington Catholic has faced so far? Beechwood is coming off a tough road loss to 3A Corbin. Covington Catholic has played 4 games and put 4 running clocks on each team.
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    I think BW is capable of giving CovCath the most competitive first half of football so far. Beyond that I think it gets ugly.

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    How healthy is Beechwood?

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    Any update on Schriver for CCH?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2020BirdDad View Post
    How healthy is Beechwood?
    Have not had any injuries so far. As healthy as can be. Cov Cath is an animal. Beechwood will show up.

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    According to calpreps.com, no. Kings is ranked #924 in the nation and Beechwood is #987 in the nation. Very close to Kings but Kings is rated just a little better.

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    I know Beechwood will show up - it’s in their DNA. They will be prepared and they will fight their tails off.

    Tons of respect for the Beechwood program.

    Go Colonles.

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    Does this mean CovCath plays a weak schedule?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CollegefootballGuy69 View Post
    Does this mean CovCath plays a weak schedule?
    For Cov Cath standards, yes. They usually play an almost suicidal schedule, so to me this looks like a weak schedule for them. Overall I think it is a pretty good schedule for normal standards. They are just missing that big opponent on there like a GCL, Colrain, T, X, Male, SC type of team. I don't know what the Indiana school is like, maybe it is at that level? But they are doing what they are doing well and it is working, it doesn't really matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CollegefootballGuy69 View Post
    Does this mean CovCath plays a weak schedule?
    CalPreps currently has CovCath playing the 19th most difficult schedule in the state. That number will rise with upcoming games against Beechwood, Columbus (OH) DeSales, and Indianapolis (IN) Bishop Chatard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colonel-fan View Post
    CalPreps currently has CovCath playing the 19th most difficult schedule in the state. That number will rise with upcoming games against Beechwood, Columbus (OH) DeSales, and Indianapolis (IN) Bishop Chatard.
    So 19 is based only on who they’ve played so far?

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Diablo View Post
    So 19 is based only on who they’ve played so far?
    Correct.

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    Their schedule has always been challenging. Schedule was in place before they started playing at this level. If it continues you hope to see some changes. But BW might surprise them, you never know. They do have a young quarterback who has been pretty flawless up to this point. Maybe this is the week he makes a few mistakes.

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    Beechwood should be very focused this week after a tough road loss to Corbin. The keys will be limiting mistakes and not giving up short fields for the Covington Catholic offense to work on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bac2369 View Post
    Beechwood should be very focused this week after a tough road loss to Corbin. The keys will be limiting mistakes and not giving up short fields for the Covington Catholic offense to work on.
    The offense for BW will have to move the ball and not have the defense on the field all night. Against Corbin they only ran 31 plays compared to over 60 for Corbin. They will have to find a way to contain McGinness and cover the big receivers. Tough task for Beechwood. Hopefully it’s a competitive game and both teams come out healthy.

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