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Excellent win for Ryle. They looked sharp and well prepared without a punt all night. The Raiders dominated the Red Colonels in a game I thought would go down to the last possession. Ryle has a huge break in hosting the winner from the Lexington district that is down this year.

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Kind of surprised and not at the margin. I thought Ryle would win but figured it would be close. I also thought Ryle was going to be a tough out for anyone playing them at this time of the season. 

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It's time for dixie to make a change. This was a great team with many athletes,  that will play college ball next year. They should of never lost like this. It's not on the kids. Hats off the ryle!! 

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3 minutes ago, B0bbyB0ucher said:

It's time for dixie to make a change. This was a great team with many athletes,  that will play college ball next year. They should of never lost like this. It's not on the kids. Hats off the ryle!! 

Are you saying Dixie should fire Dave Brossart?

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1 hour ago, StraightShooter said:

Does Dixie play most of their kids both ways? If true, that’s no way to build a 6A program. That was a disappointing season on Dixie Hwy.

It’s always interesting to hear this debate. When a team platoons or plays a lot of kids only one way wins a game against a team that plays guys both ways. They talk about how that is the way to be successful and puts down teams that play more guys both ways. 
 

Yet when a team that plays most of its players only one way loses to a team that plays a lot of its players both ways. That team that only plays it’s guys one ways, then has people complain about how they need to get more of their best players on the field and not only play one side of the ball. 
 

At the end of the day it is whatever way works to win. Which both ways have been shown to be effective. Sometimes it’s more successful for a team to play mostly guys on one side of the ball. Sometimes it hurts a team by only playing guys on one side of ball and should have been playing more guys both ways. 

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4 minutes ago, futurecoach said:

It’s always interesting to hear this debate. When a team platoons or plays a lot of kids only one way wins a game against a team that plays guys both ways. They talk about how that is the way to be successful and puts down teams that play more guys both ways. 
 

Yet when a team that plays most of its players only one way loses to a team that plays a lot of its players both ways. That team that only plays it’s guys one ways, then has people complain about how they need to get more of their best players on the field and not only play one side of the ball. 
 

At the end of the day it is whatever way works to win. Which both ways have been shown to be effective. Sometimes it’s more successful for a team to play mostly guys on one side of the ball. Sometimes it hurts a team by only playing guys on one side of ball and should have been playing more guys both ways. 

I agree. It's a catch 22. 

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Impressive Ryle defense last night holding Dixie to 119 total yards.  Ryle cleaned up their penalties and really spread the ball around on offense.  Excited to see how they match with Trinity next week.  

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15 hours ago, StraightShooter said:

Excellent win for Ryle. They looked sharp and well prepared without a punt all night. The Raiders dominated the Red Colonels in a game I thought would go down to the last possession. Ryle has a huge break in hosting the winner from the Lexington district that is down this year.

In a big change from the expected, Ryle will be hosting the Trinity Shamrocks.  I've read that they have had some success lately in the state of KY. lol

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