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  1. With Julian dangling the first week in May state tournament scenario out there at the meeting, I'm thinking that he will not hesitate to further delay the startup of the regular season, with the May option in his back pocket. I further believe that he will do everything possible to maximize ticket sales potential at a state tournament. Go back to the priorities as they were stated at the meeting. 1) To provide each sport a portion of a season. 2) The have a "culminating" event for each sport. His answer to the question raised about spring sports losing a player or two was very telling as to his priorities. He answered, "Too Bad!!!"
  2. Could be a dandy of a game in Alexandria Friday night. Mustangs coming off of a three-week layoff, while the Blue Jackets defeated Paris going away (36-16) a week ago in Carlisle. The 42-34 Brosart win at Nicholas County came in three OTs in an ask and answer event. The score at the end of regulation was 20-20 and not quite the shootout that it appears. Winner claims District 5 championship, which would be a first for the Mustangs. The prize behind Door Number Two is a trip to Pikeville on December 4th.
  3. I think this has been our worse fear since Day One. But Burrow seemed indestructible, and had me thinking he might just go the distance. The downside of being the Number One draft choice is that you go to a bad football team, which by nature, jeopardizes his well-being. Wish Joe the best and a full recovery for 2021.
  4. Thanks!!! Was hoping for some offense out of Sayre. Pikeville obviously too good
  5. Just as Julian was vocal against the thought of starting on December 14th, I thought that he could have done a better job of steering the group toward the January-May window. There just seemed to be too much sentiment towards preserving the spring sports season intact.
  6. Have they set a time for the resumption of the regular meeting??? RIght now the link shows past State Tournament games.
  7. Any good corporate meeting has already floated proposals. The group then limits the proposals as they read to two or three, and then after some discussion vote on 1, 2, or 3. These guys are all over the place wanting bits and pieces of each proposal. It is now 1:45pm and we are still in the business meeting with no agreed upon proposal for basketball. They need to either vote on Proposal 1 or 2 - start January 4th and either play the state tournament the week ending March 20th or early May. Since Basketball was such a hot topic, this should have probably been discussed at a "Special Meeting." A Camel (the animal) is a thoroughbred designed by committee. That's what we have here.
  8. So far trying to watch the proceedings is useless. 100% buffer.
  9. Tough times for the Schlarman family and all of those fortunate enough to have known him and to be considered his friend.
  10. Hindsight being 20/20, we would have been better off staying with the traditional mid-August start, with perhaps a modified playoff scheme that would have football finishing up, rather than just starting about now. Of course, back then it was hoped that the situation would have eased by now. Such, obviously isn't the case as things appear to be spiraling out of control, leaving a very uncertain future for both football and basketball. I'm thankful that our team got to play eight games this season, and had some success in doing so, and feel for those teams plagued with postponements and cancellations. As someone stated at one of the early Board of Control meetings "We can't shut it down unless we start." Hats off to those who allowed us to experience some football this year, and should we actually resume the playing of the games, so much the better.
  11. I really like and enjoy the McRib. I hope our local McDonald's carrys them. They don't always. December 2nd is about a month later than normal. I wonder why.
  12. He has not ruled out a return to the sidelines, perhaps returning as Scot's assistant at some point in the future, if and when his teaching status at Highlands allows.
  13. Bishop Brossart High School Administration regretfully announces the resignation of Mike Code as the boys basketball coach, but is excited that his longtime assistant coach and brother, Scott Code, will step into the role as our head coach. Mike met with the players to announce that he would not return for a seventeenth season as the head coach of the Brossart Mustangs. Citing the challenges of his teaching position at Highlands and coaching at Brossart, he felt that he would be unable to do justice to both jobs under the present Covid protocols, leading to his decision. Under Mike’s leadership the Mustangs were District Champions in 2006, 2007, and 2013; NKAC Division II Champions in 2005, 2007, and 2009; 10 th Region “A” Champs in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2019 and 2020. His 2007 Mustangs were All “A” State Champions. Mike was named the 10 th Region Coach of the Year in 2013-14. He was named the KABC 10 th Region Coach of the Year in 2007, 2016 and again this past season in 2020. He was the Ky Post and Enquirer Coach of the Year in 2007. Mike is a member of the 10 th Region, Northern Kentucky Sports, and the Northern Kentucky Athletic Director’s Hall of Fame. “Spending the two years as an assistant coach and then 16 wonderful years as head coach, 12 of them alongside my brother Scott, were some of the best times of my life. This year has been difficult for everyone and the time demand that coaching and teaching take are extreme under the best of circumstances. Particularly when you live over 30 minutes away on a farm. I know the amount of time we spend working to produce a quality program and with the increased demands that COVID places elsewhere it would not be possible to do both my teaching and coaching jobs to the fullest extent to which I expect. As I have asked our players and coaches to hold themselves to a higher standard, I must do the same, myself,” Code said. Scott Code served as Brossart’s varsity assistant from 2003-2007 and then served as the head coach of the Campbell County Camels from 2007 through 2010, going 49-32 over three seasons. He rejoined the Brossart staff in 2011 after serving for a year as an assistant coach at Thomas More University, and served as our JV coach for the next six seasons where he amassed an 81-27 record, before again assuming the varsity assistant role. “I appreciate the opportunity given to me by the Brossart administration to carry on the tradition of excellence here at Brossart begun by my brother Mike and his predecessors. It has always been my dream to be the head coach of the Mustangs. Brossart is a special place, comprised of great kids and parents, where student athletes have the reputation for over-achieving on both the hardwood and in the classroom. Along with my dedicated assistants, I’m looking forward to the challenge.”
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