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  1. Not trying to take anything away with my post but I still stand by my comments. The only way I see Raceland keeping it close or winning is if Beechwood makes mistakes. It is not me picking on Raceland (I’m not Aaron Snyder LOL) I just feel that he talent gap between Beechwood and the rest of A is very wide. I would compare it to when App. State went to the Big House and beat Michigan. L If you put these two teams together I am not sure how many offensive and defensive starters you would have from Raceland but I would expect probably single digits. Does not mean I won’t be pulling for the Rams (I have a ton of respect for them and always liked Coach Vanderhoof) but I still feel Beechwood is the better team and if they play 10 times I would be surprised with Beechwood winning any fewer than 9 times. Hope the Rams catch that 1 other time.
  2. Raceland has had a great season and should be proud of the accomplishments they have achieved so far. Raceland can not beat Beechwood. Raceland can defeat Beechwood if Beechwood turns it over and/or has lots of penalties that keep the game close. Beechwood is on another level. I have seen Raceland multiple times and they are a tough hard nosed blue collar football team, but they lack a standout athlete and team speed is solid but not great. Beechwood will more than likely make this a running clock and even if they do it does not take away from what Raceland has accomplished
  3. Might be my pick for the best championship game (Boyle vs Corbin is the other option) I could see either one winning. Danville has some standout athletes but anyone expecting them to be hands down better than Mayfield’s has never seen a Mayfield team. Good luck to both
  4. All Cov Cath Running clock before halftime or after first offensive possession of the 2nd half I hope both stay injury free
  5. Pulling hard for the Rams but if I had to wager money on it I would go with Beechwood and possibly a running clock Good luck to both
  6. I wouldn’t expect to see Johnson Central in 5A in the next alignment. They are currently the largest 4A school in the state based on 4 year averages but Highlands and Cov. Cath are both below them and play up in 5A. That coupled with the fact that no EKY school is seeing enrollment numbers increase and the majority of them (espically in coal country where Central is are decreasing) it would be difficult to move them. A logical scenario I could see is if Highlands and Cov. Cath don’t play up then maybe JC gets bumped but that would not really help Wayne’s chances either. The Cardinals and the Eagles May be stuck together for the next alignment also IMO
  7. Hate to say I told you so but if the shoe fits. I predicted pretty close in the prediction thread that JC would control the game. Wayne is a GREAT football team but their size disadvantage was going to be hard. JC is like a sledgehammer once they get that offense moving and I figured they would ware down Wayne. Congratulations to Wayne on a great season. Good luck to Johnson Central next week.
  8. Not trying to be rude to Wayne as I have no dog in this fight but Wayne gave up substantial yards on the ground to Rockcastle who I have seen in person and does not run it near as well as JC. If this is the same Wayne team as last year then they are in trouble as JC’s second string marched all over the field on them last year. (I do think Wayne is better this year but this comment is from your previous comment) Wayne may have better athletes than Ashland ( I do not believe they do for 1 second) but if they are comparable they may be able to big play JC and come out on top. JC is not built to play from behind with their ball control offense. I simply feel like if both teams play well JC wins comfortably. If they put it on the ground like they did against Ashland the first time then Wayne will have a punchers chance. I wouldn’t bet on it but that is just me. Good luck to both.
  9. I will be shocked if this game is close. I don’t think it will be as bad as last years semifinal between the two (most lopsided semifinal game I have ever seen) but would be shocked if Wayne is within striking distance in the 4th quarter
  10. Who was #20 for JC? Kid ran very well and made multiple big plays that kept drives alive. I did not know him but have only seen JC 3 times this year
  11. I don’t think anyone expected this but if you can get Belfry down their offense is not designed to play from behind. Once they have to start doing some things they are not accustomed to you see this type of thing. Congrats Central. The rest of AAA just got a cold feeling up thier spine looking at this score.
  12. It seemed to me this game was very similar to the last game except JC did not commit the unforced turnovers like they did in the first meeting. (Some of the fumbles the first game were result of Ashland’s play but some were just bad pitches and in the JC offense a bad pitch is a drive killer once you get behind the sticks). Ashland has some good athletes but was not able to handle the physical brand of football JC played with. If these two teams play 10 times I think this is the result 7 or 8 of those times. Ashland needed big plays to keep the game closer and got several but it just wasn’t their night.
  13. Wayne Co gave up a lot of yards rushing vs Rockcastle. That does not bode well when playing JC.
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