Come over for the first half, and then bolt for the Dingle House. It's way better than Putters.The game will be close at half and then West will shut down East offense in the second half. West will roll to a 21 point victory. Not sure I'm going to go to this one. I may sit at Putters instead and at least enjoy the evening.
Every time I go to Jags I feel like I need a shower. Other than that, it sounds like a solid plan.Here's my plan. Dinglehouse for a couple Stone IPA's, Jags for a couple beers and to watch the MILF's and the Gold Chain Gang mingle and then to Putter's for a dozen wings and a pitcher while listening to Ken Broo re-cap the West beat-down on East. Then I can toilet paper Haynes house on my way home.
Yes, the Horton transfer was a blow to East, and, not within the spirit of competition, imo...East hasn't won since 2004, I don't see them winning this one or the one next year. They need to not allow the transfer of kids from school to school in the district. If Horton was on East this game would be close, but since hes not West wins bye 21.
Keep in mind that Lakota East could have Greg Simpson too. Simpson, Horton, and Mahone would have been as dynamic a triple option attack as Goodman, Simpson, and Sherrer.East hasn't won since 2004, I don't see them winning this one or the one next year. They need to not allow the transfer of kids from school to school in the district. If Horton was on East this game would be close, but since hes not West wins bye 21.
I'm not so sure if the gameplan is the issue. Remember, Coach Haynes is a Kerry Coombs protege at Colerain. This is the exact same offense that Colerain used to run. Under Coombs, Colerain threw the ball 4-5 times a game, and those were all either 3rd and long or when Coombs thought he could get a receiver all alone behind the defense. Colerain also only ever used two formations: the double slot and the I. They would run triple option 100% of the time out of the I and probably 85% of the time out of the double slot. Lakota East is actually quite a bit less predictable in their play-calling and a little more multiple in their formations.And West would have LA Ramsby.
East has the players to win...just not a good game plan. Watching their offense is like watching a leaky facet. After a couple of minutes you know what to expect for the next couple hours. IMO!
That's the point of the option as run by Haynes, you don't have the guarantee of a qb that can throw and a large Oline in high school. The offense is based on space and coordination, not size.Understand what you are saying and emphasises the problem. East does not have the O-Line that Colerain had when Haynes was there. He needs to adjust the offense to match the strength and weakness of his players. This year Colerain was a little undersized so they changed their play calling to play to their strengths which was more centered around their speed and ability to throw and leaned less on the power up the middle.
East needs to understand that they cannot pound it up the middle every play and needs to keep the defense guessing if they are going to have any success.
Guess you didn't go to putters after all?Looks like I need to do a little Haynes butt kissing tonight. Great win for East. Haynes stayed with his normal
Game plan but still was able to get the win. Thanks to some great special teams and defensive plays East took it to West. I was surprised that West had such a hard time running the ball. East gave up a few big pass plays but other than that they controlled the line of scrimmage on both sides.
I, honestly, feel embarrassed for him.“This team deserves a better fate,” Lakota West head coach Larry Cox said.
“I think we are a playoff team, but it is not looking good. That is a bitter pill to swallow because if we can take the No. 1 seed (Colerain) to the end of a game then we deserve to be there … but the system will not allow it.”
Your raging hardon for West is really getting creepy bro. Combine that with your rampant stupidity, and I can see why you've become the laughingstock of Yappi. :laugh:And, they no more took Colerain to the end than the man in the moon...
That was over halfway through the third quarter...at the latest...