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    Yesterday, 05:19 PM
    At best, football is 4th on the pecking order at Boyd County behind basketball, baseball, and soccer. It doesn't help matters that they've had 5 or 6 coaches in the last 20 years. No one sticks around for more than 4 or 5 years. With the current state of that program, even a good coach will need more than a few years to get them back to a winning level. No one can say for sure if Manning's the right guy yet, but I hope they give him enough time...
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    Yesterday, 11:46 AM
    It's still a couple of weeks away, but we'll get an idea of where Paintsville and Hazard stand when they face off in Paintsville. I don't see either team losing before that game.
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    Yesterday, 11:22 AM
    Of the teams near the bottom of the top 10 last week, Pulaski County and North Laurel lost. Pulaski got hammered by Madison Southern and North Laurel lost to a team with only one win coming in. They both needed to drop out, IMO. So, who replaces them? Madison Southern was justly rewarded for back to back wins over ranked opponents, including 60-21 over Pulaski. That leaves a group of teams on the outside looking in jockeying for the other...
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    Yesterday, 10:31 AM
    Why the shrug, plant? Is someone there that shouldn't be, or is someone not there that should be?
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    Yesterday, 10:20 AM
    If Somerset can take Raceland behind the woodshed this week, I think the Jumpers will begin to inch closer and closer to the teams ahead of them. Ultimately though, the two huge district showdowns in the coming weeks will tell the story for Somerset this year. But for now, they've earned their spot at the top of the 6-10 group.
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    Yesterday, 10:11 AM
    Robinson is averaging a TD about every 4.5 touches and is averaging 15 yards per carry. :eek: But, he has thrown a pick this year, so he is human... as far as we know.
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    Yesterday, 09:55 AM
    If Williamsburg can hang tough with Somerset, I don't see any reason why Raceland can't make this interesting. The Rams have decent size on both lines, especially the interior on defense with Fairchild and Davidson both in the game. Raceland has been outstanding on that side of the ball lately, against both the run and the pass. I think that defense will keep the Rams in this game. 13 of Portsmouth West's 27 points were scored by their...
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    Sep 24, 17, 05:06 PM
    You can't capitalize on turnovers any better than the Irish did yesterday. 3 turnovers = 3 TDs There are still some things to work on, but I really like the collective attitude of this year's team. I also think the coaching staff changes in the off-season were good ones. Especially both coordinators and the strength and conditioning coach.
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    Sep 24, 17, 04:54 PM
    I only caught the final drive by Chicago in OT, but HOLY COW, was that some pitiful run defense by the Steelers? Very un-Pittsburgh like. The long TD run gets brought back to the 37, then the Bears just pound the ball right down Pittsburgh's throat on two runs to get the win.
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    Sep 24, 17, 04:15 PM
    Cole Coburn. I'm not 100% certain that he suffered a season ending injury, but he's no longer with the team and he had an injury of some kind in the preseason.
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    Sep 24, 17, 09:56 AM
    If only it were that simple.
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    Sep 24, 17, 09:54 AM
    It's hard to say how good the secondary will be going forward (Russell is now down 3 starters at DB) because so much of the West Carter game was decided in the trenches. This will be the week where we find out what our pass defense is made of. Russell might start freshmen at both safety spots. Crump will test those guys, for sure. I'm leaning toward this being a shootout.
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    Sep 24, 17, 09:53 AM
    I've watched Russell's current senior class closely since they were freshmen. These young men have been winners at every level on their way up. As of now, 4 senior starters are done for the year. For lack of a better term, it sucks that they won't all get to the finish line together. But, for the better of the program, all you can do suck it up and move forward. I have faith that all of these kids, including Alexander, will come back from...
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    Sep 23, 17, 10:05 PM
    Mayfield rolled Murray twice in 1998, 41-7 and 38-7. The Cards didn't lose until they ran into that Middlesboro buzzsaw in the championship game that year.
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    Sep 23, 17, 12:58 PM
    Challenging yourself with a difficult schedule year in and year out is a big part of the foundation for elevating bad programs to good, good programs to great, and great programs to champions. Beating up on cupcakes week after week will result in short term gratification, but often leads to postseason disappointment when you run into an opponent of equal or superior talent. The idea is to ensure that the team is as well prepared as possible for...
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    Sep 23, 17, 12:42 PM
    The top ranked Admirals (6-0) buried Garrard County 42-2 in Week 5. Danville held the Golden Lion's potent rushing attack (averaging 274 ypg on the season) to 93 yards on 46 carries. Tates Creek (4-1) has reeled off 3 straight wins since its loss to Frederick Douglass (a team that Danville blanked 36-0 in Week 0). The Commodores pounded Bryan Station 38-8 on Friday night.
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    Sep 23, 17, 12:28 PM
    The Colts (5-0) looked strong early and held off 3A #7 Lexington Catholic 38-26 on Friday night in a battle of Jefferson and Fayette County private school powers. North Hardin (2-4) got their knees buckled by Boyle County, 56-10. The Trojans gave up 474 yards of offense to the Rebels.
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