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37 minutes ago, Colonels_Wear_Blue said:

The players who are sitting out a year because of KHSAA transfer ineligibility will be playing in the games against non-KHSAA competitors. With the KHSAA's 'one year from last varsity competition' rule for eligibility, and many kids coming from programs with COVID-shortened seasons, that means the entire team will be eligible prior to the GLCAC playoffs in Canton, and many will be ready after Week 5.

The intent of the GLCAC games during regular season - particularly the ones occurring back-to-back after games against KHSAA teams - is apparently to give the KHSAA ineligible players an opportunity to play.

Rare window to game the system. 

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That sounds more than a little odd to me.  I don't know of any league like that in Ohio and definitely not one that the OHSAA would sponsor or associate with.  If that is the case, why aren't they pla

Seems like a heck of a schedule for a first year team.

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1 hour ago, Colonels_Wear_Blue said:

The players who are sitting out a year because of KHSAA transfer ineligibility will be playing in the games against non-KHSAA competitors. With the KHSAA's 'one year from last varsity competition' rule for eligibility, and many kids coming from programs with COVID-shortened seasons, that means the entire team will be eligible prior to the GLCAC playoffs in Canton, and many will be ready after Week 5.

The intent of the GLCAC games during regular season - particularly the ones occurring back-to-back after games against KHSAA teams - is apparently to give the KHSAA ineligible players an opportunity to play.

How can you be ineligible and still play for the school? If you are a KHSAA member school don’t you have to follow all guidelines?

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I agree sounds like a mess, and to be honest anything but good, or legitimately good for kids…. But hey, let’s see how it unfolds.

 

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15 hours ago, Colonels_Wear_Blue said:

The players who are sitting out a year because of KHSAA transfer ineligibility will be playing in the games against non-KHSAA competitors. With the KHSAA's 'one year from last varsity competition' rule for eligibility, and many kids coming from programs with COVID-shortened seasons, that means the entire team will be eligible prior to the GLCAC playoffs in Canton, and many will be ready after Week 5.

The intent of the GLCAC games during regular season - particularly the ones occurring back-to-back after games against KHSAA teams - is apparently to give the KHSAA ineligible players an opportunity to play.

Thanks CWB.  That makes sense.  It would take two squads to complete this schedule in a reasonable manner. 

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2 hours ago, FB Head said:

Thanks CWB.  That makes sense.  It would take two squads to complete this schedule in a reasonable manner. 

Yeah, makes interested in seeing what their numbers are. Seems would have to have a lot of kids to pull off the dual schedule.

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2 hours ago, Tigerpride94 said:

Yeah, makes interested in seeing what their numbers are. Seems would have to have a lot of kids to pull off the dual schedule.

Right? 45 kids, and they're saying they have enough kids to field two completely separate squads?

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From what I have been told, the football coaching staff at Evangel includes:

Head Coach - DaMarcus Smith
HS: Seneca 2011
College: Central Florida, Western Kentucky, Butler Community College (JUCO), Kentucky Wesleyan
Coaching: '18-'19 Seneca (Asst.), '20 Western (HC), '21 Evangel (HC)

Assistant Coach - Mekale McKay
HS: Moore 2012
College: Arkansas, Cincinnati
Professional: Indianapolis Colts*, Jacksonville Jaguars*, Denver Broncos*, Tennessee Titans*, Chicago Bears*, Dallas Cowboys*, San Antonio Commanders, New York Guardians, Winnepeg Blue Bombers
Coaching: '21 Evangel (Asst.)

Assistant Coach - Ace Wales
HS: Central 2012 (2011 All-BGP Team)
College: Western Kentucky
Coaching: '20 Iroquois (HC), '21 Evangel (Asst.)

Assistant Coach - Tyrone Pearson
HS: Seneca 2012
College: Western Kentucky
Coaching: '21 Evangel (Asst.)

Assistant Coach - Chance Rattler
HS: Western 2010
College: Feather River College (JUCO), Pikeville
Coaching: '21 Evangel (Asst.)

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5 hours ago, Colonels_Wear_Blue said:

From what I have been told, the football coaching staff at Evangel includes:

Head Coach - DaMarcus Smith
HS: Seneca 2011
College: Central Florida, Western Kentucky, Butler Community College (JUCO), Kentucky Wesleyan
Coaching: '18-'19 Seneca (Asst.), '20 Western (HC), '21 Evangel (HC)

Assistant Coach - Mekale McKay
HS: Moore 2012
College: Arkansas, Cincinnati
Professional: Indianapolis Colts*, Jacksonville Jaguars*, Denver Broncos*, Tennessee Titans*, Chicago Bears*, Dallas Cowboys*, San Antonio Commanders, New York Guardians, Winnepeg Blue Bombers
Coaching: '21 Evangel (Asst.)

Assistant Coach - Ace Wales
HS: Central 2012 (2011 All-BGP Team)
College: Western Kentucky
Coaching: '20 Iroquois (HC), '21 Evangel (Asst.)

Assistant Coach - Tyrone Pearson
HS: Seneca 2012
College: Western Kentucky
Coaching: '21 Evangel (Asst.)

Assistant Coach - Chance Rattler
HS: Western 2010
College: Feather River College (JUCO), Pikeville
Coaching: '21 Evangel (Asst.)

Smith also played at North Texas - that makes a total of 5 colleges. Not exactly a sign that he knows a lot about what it takes to be successful in college.

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If they are fielding 2 separate “teams” - they should not be able to practice together. Isn’t that essentially a scrimmage?

 

If it’s 1 team, shouldn’t they be limited to 10 games?

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Does anyone know what class they will be in when they do join KHSAA full time. This has all the makings of a school that will do anything to win. 

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1 minute ago, Tkinslow said:

Does anyone know what class they will be in when they do join KHSAA full time. This has all the makings of a school that will do anything to win. 

Should be single A since very small school.

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