Will Coach Parker make Moe vs. Princeton a thing again?

cdubata

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Maybe Coach Elder he can get them to write a few checks for a stadium
A little closer than some may think. Capital campaign for the baseball complex is complete. Next phase.......unannounced specifically, but most know the direction it will take. Land is sufficient, just need the capital1616583361054.jpeg
 

HSFB Fan

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Some head coaches brought back and/ or maintained neighborhood rivalries somewhat recently (La Salle had some coaches do this vs. Colerain). The local communities and Cincinnati fans applauded it and most would say that it worked out well. Coach Parker has a history of seeking out very tough opponents (mostly due to not being in a conference) but also due to wanting to play the best any place any time. He played Ed's and the GCL regularly as well as other out of state powerhouses during his tenure at WW. My question is this...Can we eventually count on seeing Moe vs. Princeton come back in week 10 sometime in the near future? Can Coach Parker make this happen despite the obvious scheduling challenges for out of conference games with the limits in the GMC? I think the Cincinnati fans would love to see this-especially if Mark Elder can make Moeller relevant again. If Parker can pull it off-would Moe even be interested in reliving the past? How great would it be to see Foust and Klonne on the sideline across from Mancuso again for old times sakes?
Short answer....NO
 

brianwr112

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They now have 30 Acres of land about 6 miles form the school. It has everything to do with money.
If Moeller announced they are starting a Moeller Stadium project they could easily raise money to build a very nice facility. I to heard the new land/facility comes with some restrictions. That could be wrong, just think I remember questioning why they'd go there if they still couldn't play football there?
 

Peterson

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If Moeller announced they are starting a Moeller Stadium project they could easily raise money to build a very nice facility. I to heard the new land/facility comes with some restrictions. That could be wrong, just think I remember questioning why they'd go there if they still couldn't play football there?
Wouldn’t it be something to have Moe vs Princeton at Viking Stadium with Moe being the home team o_O
 

withrownatiboy

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I know for a fact Woodward did this
Don't be That Guy. CPS doesn't play those games at weird hours because of some nebulous crime fears. CPS plays games at weird hours because the 12 football playing schools share 3 stadiums and making it all fit is a bit squirrelly during nonconference season when they're not playing one another.
 

22222

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Don't be That Guy. CPS doesn't play those games at weird hours because of some nebulous crime fears. CPS plays games at weird hours because the 12 football playing schools share 3 stadiums and making it all fit is a bit squirrelly during nonconference season when they're not playing one another.
I’m not that guy , but they did play 3-4 years straight early on a Friday afternoon because of Gun violence at Woodward high school, hell I was there one year when shots was fired ,
 

brianwr112

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Definitely could. It would have everything you could want.
This would be a good matchup for both schools in my opinion. Right now I'd say Springfield would have the edge but believe it could be a very competitive series. The schools are separated by enough distance that the "neighborhood issues" as those issues normally don't travel. The game would attract college coaches from pretty much every conference.
 

HardCorps

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This would be a good matchup for both schools in my opinion. Right now I'd say Springfield would have the edge but believe it could be a very competitive series. The schools are separated by enough distance that the "neighborhood issues" as those issues normally don't travel. The game would attract college coaches from pretty much every conference.
If Parker can produce a product close to what Springfield is putting out, it could be a Regional Final preview.
 

LouHoltz

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I have watched his WW teams for awhile now and I know this guy can coach so just wait Princeton will be different and quicker than many think. I hope it does bring back some of the rivalry with Moe!
 

Vike16

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Saw on Twitter that WR Isaiah Meyers from Colerain is transferring to Princeton. Is this true
 

MoeDude

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Weren’t their talks about building a stadium somewhere near campus?
When they put in the turf fields in the back I believe there was talk about putting in more stadium seats and lights, but the surrounding neighborhood pitched a b!]ch so they ended up with a scaled down version without the lights. I really don't understand people who buy a home near a high school. McNicholas has issues with their somewhat new stadium and the surrounding neighborhood. Summit Country Day has always had issues since they built their turf field in front of their school. They actually had to quit playing a game one time and finish the game the next day because of city restrictions with the lights and noise. If you don't like the lights and noise then don't buy a home near a high school.
 
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L Hand

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When they put in the turf fields in the back I believe there was talk about putting in more stadium seats and lights, but the surrounding neighborhood pitched a b!]ch so they ended up with a scaled down version without the lights. I really don't understand people who buy a home near a high school. McNicholas has issues with their somewhat new stadium and the surrounding neighborhood. Summit Country Day has always had issues since they built their turf field in front of their school. They actually had to quit playing a game one time and finish the game the next day because of city restrictions with the lights and noise. If you don't like the lights and noise then don't buy a home near a high school.
The law is the same as it is for golf courses - it matters which came first. If the golf course comes before the houses (or they are co-developed), the home owners have no legal right to complain about golf balls. If the house was first, the golf course has an obligation to prevent golf balls from being an issue. Same thing is true with the Moeller stadium behind the school (which would have to be shoe-horned in).
 

L Hand

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A little closer than some may think. Capital campaign for the baseball complex is complete. Next phase.......unannounced specifically, but most know the direction it will take. Land is sufficient, just need the capitalView attachment 15891
Interesting - any idea where that would be - somewhere near Reed Hartman and 275? Would be nice to see one with more than a corner of the football stadium - from this review, the home stands look miniscule.
 

warriorblue

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When they put in the turf fields in the back I believe there was talk about putting in more stadium seats and lights, but the surrounding neighborhood pitched a b!]ch so they ended up with a scaled down version without the lights. I really don't understand people who buy a home near a high school. McNicholas has issues with their somewhat new stadium and the surrounding neighborhood. Summit Country Day has always had issues since they built their turf field in front of their school. They actually had to quit playing a game one time and finish the game the next day because of city restrictions with the lights and noise. If you don't like the lights and noise then don't buy a home near a high school.
SMH
 
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