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Probably picked up an extra 10 yards on your driver with this discussion, didn't you?

I can see both sides of this. I am with @theguru that 70 is preventable in a running clock game. On the other side, Ballard Memorial gave up 62 to 2-8 Marshall County and Murray scored 75 on them last

I’m golfing and doing this. 

10 minutes ago, theguru said:

70 is a lot of points Coach.

In fairness, a team as good as Mayfield would have to go out of its way not to score 70 on Ballard Memorial. The Bombers give up a ton of points, year after year.

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9 minutes ago, theguru said:

70 is a lot of points Coach.

What amount of points is too much? Because Beechwood scored 62 which is only 8 points away from Mayfield. Should when and how the points are scored be part of the evaluation of “too much? I am not disagreeing with you. Just trying to establish how the threshold should be measured. 

 

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15 minutes ago, bjaynes said:

What amount of points is too much? Because Beechwood scored 62 which is only 8 points away from Mayfield. Should when and how the points are scored be part of the evaluation of “too much? I am not disagreeing with you. Just trying to establish how the threshold should be measured. 

 

I always draw the line at 69, I have been very consistent. 

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13 hours ago, theguru said:

I always draw the line at 69, I have been very consistent. 

With 13-12 and 8-7 scores locally last night the cry should be, “not enough points, Coach”.

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1 minute ago, bjaynes said:

With 13-12 and 8-7 scores locally last night the cry should be, “not enough points, Coach”.

I look at coaches potentially running up the score as a fireable offense and it has nothing to do with any other games. 

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1 minute ago, snakesnot_2000 said:

I know for a fact , Joe was trying to keep the score down. 

I believe you snake.  But once a score gets to 70 I believe it deserves scrutiny. 

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10 minutes ago, theguru said:

I believe you snake.  But once a score gets to 70 I believe it deserves scrutiny. 

Case-by-case basis. Two years ago, Mcracken and Apollo went to an 81-51 score. With the way the two offenses were firing on all cylinders, I don’t know if I would have stopped pouring it on when my team scored its 70th point. 

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Just now, wrn1979 said:

Case-by-case basis. Two years ago, Mcracken and Apollo went to an 81-51 score. With the way the two offenses were firing on all cylinders, I don’t know if I would have stopped pouring it on when my team scored its 70th point. 

When the losing team scores that many, that is different.  Just like last night we had this game:

 

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I can see both sides of this. I am with @theguru that 70 is preventable in a running clock game. On the other side, Ballard Memorial gave up 62 to 2-8 Marshall County and Murray scored 75 on them last week.

At the end of the day, I do think a coach can keep his own team from scoring 70 in an early running clock game.

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