Lawrence County 0-3 but look at their schedule...

Page 2 of Originally Posted by UKBLUE1964 OK, I know LC is 0-3 to start the season, but their non-district opponents are very good and LC may have the toughest s... 17 comments | 739 Views | Go to page 1 →

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    Quote Originally Posted by UKBLUE1964
    OK, I know LC is 0-3 to start the season, but their non-district opponents are very good and LC may have the toughest schedule in the 4A class.
    Compare that to other teams, like Boyle County's schedule

    vs. Bowling Green*
    vs. Henry Clay *
    vs. Danville *
    vs. Lafayette
    vs. Lexington Catholic
    vs. OPEN
    vs. West Jessamine
    vs. Mercer Co.
    vs. East Jessamine
    vs. Southwestern
    vs. Dunbar

    *Already played.

    Both teams are in the same boat right now though. Both have came out on the bottom of three great and talented football teams, even though they should be on top of some of them. If they keep there heads up, they will be fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by westsider
    It isn't a bad schedule, but it doesn't hold a candle to Lexington Catholic's schedule.
    What about Madison Southern's schedule? They are a good team but can't tell it by the score board yet...they got beat by Breathitt Co, Madison Central (6A), and Rockastle Co.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UKBLUE1964
    Yes it was as was yours an excellent post too.

    One way for LC to turn it around is too put the Best Players on your team on the field. Even if that means moving kids around or whatever. You have to do what it takes to win games (coty roberts run more)
    Cody is an awesome kid who gives it all everytime he touches the ball. I too would like to see him run more often....

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