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Paul Dean

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  1. Anybody hearing Mark Peach for the Danville job?
  2. Great pickup for you. I can’t ever remember Danville and Mercer playing.
  3. With all the turmoil encountered within the Danville district and program, I was wondering if anyone has heard any scheduling talk. Most teams appear to have finalized their schedules and are posting them. With Coach Clevenger no longer leading the program, who is responsible for completing the schedule if it has not already done. I have pulled together six games from other teams posted schedules. 8/20 vs. Garrard County at (Lincoln County Bowl) 8/27 vs Lincoln County (Danville Bowl) 9/03 at Boyle County 10/8 at Somerset (District) 10/15 vs. Washington County (District) 10/22 at Lexington Christian Academy (District) That leaves four games unaccounted. Any thoughts???
  4. According to the KHSAA if you are able to play your seed games, they are to count toward seeding, as I was told yesterday. I think as of now Greenwood and South are tied. It would be unfair not to do it this way considering the other team may have kids out with Covid, and lets face it some teams would not play twice on purpose. No reason not to re-schedule games if you can prevent it.
  5. You can’t get there from Park Hills...unless you can get a helicopter to drop you in.
  6. Heard that Boyle and Highlands were re-upping for two more years, but heard yesterday that Highlands backed out.
  7. He just realized the grass is not greener at Highlands.
  8. Boyle County started football in 1963 and the current all-time record is 442 - 218 - 7.
  9. I like the "Titletown Showdown." This rivalry game was first played in October 1965 at Centre College and ended in a 0 - 0 tie. Danville currently owns a series advantage of 35-21-1. Through 1979, Danville owned a series lead of 9-5-1; however, after Boyle won in 1979 on a last second touchdown, the series took a decided turn for the Admirals. Danville won the next 19 consecutive games from 1980 through 1996. During this stretch the teams played three times in the playoffs, being in the same class and district. Boyle regained the win column in the 1996 playoff game, winning 12 - 0, after losing the regular season game 35 - 20. Many of the games during the Danville streak of 19 straight wins were very lopsided. With the Boyle win in the 1996 playoffs, the tide turned for the Rebels in the series, making it a true rivalry again. Since that playoff win, the Rebels hold a 16 - 7 series advantage, with the 2018 score of 34 - 17. During that stretch, Boyle has had win streaks of 3, 3, 4 and 3. Clay Clevenger took over as the Admirals head coach in 2013, and is 2 - 4 against the Rebels, winning in 2016 and 2017. Chuck Smith took over as head coach of the Rebels in 1992 and coached through 2004, eventually taking over again in 2014 through the current year. During his two-term tenure with the Rebels, Smith holds a 10 - 11 record against the Admirals. It was a slow start in the rivalry for Smith, going 0 - 7 to start the series; however, he finished his first tenure with a record of 7 - 9 against the Admirals. In his second stint, Smith is 3 - 2. Smith is also 3 - 2 versus Clevenger, head to head. Rivalry games are often unpredictable; however, I will take the Rebels in the 2019 version of the "Titletown Showdown."
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