Williamsburg, Corbin or Whitley County

Page 3 of Originally Posted by 4chs How did we do on our prognosticating? Well glad I don't have to make a living prognosticating....lol. I felt Williamsburg, if... 32 comments | 1843 Views | Go to page 1 →

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4chs
    How did we do on our prognosticating?
    Well glad I don't have to make a living prognosticating....lol.
    I felt Williamsburg, if healthy could win 7....health ended up being a problem along with inexperience. Looking back, after the Clouland game the Jackets were really beat up physically, Frazier hobbled on bad ankles the rest of the season which really hurt the running game. Losing Root in the Evarts game hurt on both sides of the ball as they lost about 20 tackles a game, and really the QB on defense, as well as his work at center on offense. The loss of Phillips and Rollins (although Rollins did return but was never 100%), although both were freshmen hurt as they were both hard nosed kids. I look forward to watching the Jackets next year as the only lose 3 seniors, and have a large group of juniors who gained valuable experience this year to prepare them for a district run in '06.
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    Quote Originally Posted by volfan782000
    Well glad I don't have to make a living prognosticating....lol.
    I felt Williamsburg, if healthy could win 7....health ended up being a problem along with inexperience. Looking back, after the Clouland game the Jackets were really beat up physically, Frazier hobbled on bad ankles the rest of the season which really hurt the running game. Losing Root in the Evarts game hurt on both sides of the ball as they lost about 20 tackles a game, and really the QB on defense, as well as his work at center on offense. The loss of Phillips and Rollins (although Rollins did return but was never 100%), although both were freshmen hurt as they were both hard nosed kids. I look forward to watching the Jackets next year as the only lose 3 seniors, and have a large group of juniors who gained valuable experience this year to prepare them for a district run in '06.
    A few injuries or other losses of players really hurt most 1A and 2A teams, especially one as small as Williamsburg. Hopefully they will all be back next year for the Yellow Jackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southeast_bell
    Whitley County Is going to be really tough this season , they could possibly win 7 or 8 games.

    Lynn Camp the same 7 or 8 games and maybe a district championship or no worse than a first round home playoff game.

    Corbin on the other hand NO comment.
    Do you have a comment on Corbin now, win or loose tonight?

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