I would think Norwalk would be an easy choice heading into the fall but Columbian, Sandusky and Bellevue are threats
What a charmed life it is to be Todd Fox. Walks in the door to an OSU commit and two BGSU PWO’s. Some coaches won’t see that much talent in their entire careers.I really like where Coach Fox is taking the Trucker Program. I could be getting ahead of myself, but I think the next few years have the potential to be special seasons. For the record, this year returns 15 of 22 starters although I won't lie we lose some special Seniors. Last, don't sleep on Clyde. I would keep more an eye on Fliers than Bellevue.
Read more:Norwalk and Oak Harbor were selected by coaches and media to rule their respective football divisions this fall in the Sandusky Bay Conference.
Both teams topped the coaches voting with 25 points and each had 45 points in the media poll at the 25th annual SBC coaches golf outing and media day at Green Hills Golf Course.
“We just want to keep working hard,” said Norwalk coach Todd Fox. “We’ve had a great offseason and we’re excited about the upcoming season, but we know we have a quality conference. Our goal is to make the SBC the best conference in the state of Ohio.”
That's an interesting way to spell Willard.I really like Coach Fox' comment. It may not be the best, but very competitive as evidenced by last season. I loved the NOL, but many of the powers had weeks off due to lack of competition, and it generally showed come postseason.
I'll be honest, I was thinking more about schools who were leaving 10-20 years ago; Bucyrus, Galion, Upper Sandusky.That's an interesting way to spell Willard.
Fostoria was in NOL from 03-10. Started weak, had some tough teams with Hyde Brothers and Munoz, then finished weak with 0-10 team in 10.I'll admit I wasn't really in the know on the NOL back then.
Did Fostoria totally fall apart before or after they left?
That's about how I sum it up as well; they about mirrored each other. Both squads have solid football players, and are well-coached. If I had a slight disappointment, I didn't think Norwalk's passing game was as crisp as it should. However, I think that will eventually gets ironed in time. At this stage, reps and staying injury free is the name of the game.I thought both Norwalk and Olmsted Falls looked good at this evenings scrimmage at NHS.
I can understand your viewpoint, but I think some have nailed it.Thanks, but, that’s a bunch of meatheads babbling. I would like to know the truth. Maybe the OHSAA could publicly address it to clear it up and others could learn what actually happened so they can recognize future incidents.