#PACtion™ 2024

Lex deserves to be chained to a tree and have his testicles wrapped in twine with the other end tied to that Amish buggy y'all have been talking about for what he did to Miss Elizabeth. To his credit he acknowledges that episode led him to become a Christian.

Stay away from anabolic steroids, kids. If you don't, hopefully they only kill you....
Lex Luger was and is a bore.
 
I learned how to install insulation and drywall while you guys were wrestlin around!

Drywall? I didn't see any drywall.
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What a ridiculous group of schools for a league … Alliance ? Seriously ??
Alliance has a level of tuffness that anyone named Sheldon Cooper will never understand:

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Put Alliance in PACtion™ NOW and the tuffness gets tuffer. Alliance's most famous football alum, Len Dawson, used to smoke heaters during his KC Chefs games back in the day. That's tuffness.

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The Carnation Mall in Alliance needs resurrected and made great again. You might have ripped that mall down but you'll never take away the spirit and heart of the Carnation Mall.

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I think that side of Alliance may actually be in Marlington but I could definitely use both schools reppin' that BellStores.
You do know your stuff.....basically everything west of Beechwood Ave is Marlington School District...this Bellstores is west of Wally Armour who is at Beechwood Ave...so that means time for a Wally Armour Chrysler tv commercial!

 
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You do know your stuff.....basically everything west of Beechwood Ave is Marlington School District...this Bellstores is west of Wally Armour who is at Beechwood Ave...so that means time for a Wally Armour Chrysler tv commercial!

Wally Armour was a former Ohio HS football head coach, too. He had the tuffness. Maybe @the123kidz worked for Wally back in the day?
 
No, Wally Armour wasn't tuff enough for me to sell cars at his establishment. I heard he wasn't a Wing-Tee guy and wanted nothing to do with the pansy arse forward passing game.
I don't know about that...

He was a Teacher and Head Football Coach for New Albany, Brookfield, Amherst and Parma Normandy from 1965-1974. The highlight of his coaching career was his 1969 Amherst Comets football team. They amassed an 8-1 record outscoring their opponents 352-28 finishing the year as one of the top rated football teams in the state of Ohio. This earned them the title of Lakeland Conference Champions.

He only gives up 28 points and loses a game...that had to be hard to do.... coaching at Parma Normandy now would be weak...but early 70's Parma was huge auto factory town
 
I don't know about that...

He was a Teacher and Head Football Coach for New Albany, Brookfield, Amherst and Parma Normandy from 1965-1974. The highlight of his coaching career was his 1969 Amherst Comets football team. They amassed an 8-1 record outscoring their opponents 352-28 finishing the year as one of the top rated football teams in the state of Ohio. This earned them the title of Lakeland Conference Champions.
This is all hocus pocus if he wasn't running the wing!!!
 
I don't know about that...

He was a Teacher and Head Football Coach for New Albany, Brookfield, Amherst and Parma Normandy from 1965-1974. The highlight of his coaching career was his 1969 Amherst Comets football team. They amassed an 8-1 record outscoring their opponents 352-28 finishing the year as one of the top rated football teams in the state of Ohio. This earned them the title of Lakeland Conference Champions.

He only gives up 28 points and loses a game...that had to be hard to do.... coaching at Parma Normandy now would be weak...but early 70's Parma was huge auto factory town
Back when Wally Armour coached at New Albany that community might as well have been on a totally different planet back then compared to today.

New Albany's finest:

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This is amazing, when a public school has an issue with the football talent in the halls it is a natural occurrence that happens occasionally in a community, when CVCA has a lack of football talent it's because they weren't embracing their advantage. When CVCA turns the corner and has talent and is competitive it's because they finally embraced their advantage again? CVCA has probably had about the same amount of football players play post high school as just about every school in the PAC. Only 2 have been D1. One was Tre Tucker and they other played D1 at Pitt because his uncle is a long time coach there. That player may have gotten on the field as a special teamer on senior day.

CVCA is competitive when they have good players in the building who are getting good coaching. When they struggle it's because they don't have very good players. I was involved with the program for many years. Some when we were very good and also during the worst teams in school history. The kids on the bad teams just weren't good football players, they weren't the hardest workers either. I know because I coached them. Once that 2016 class graduated The classes after all put in tremendous work to turn the program around along with the Larlham staff. The current staff has maintained the attitude of the former staff and they continue to be competitive.

In closing if you knew the names of some of kids who have been extremely good players at other schools both public and private in Summit county who didn't get past the admissions office at CVCA your mind would be blown. In some of those kids had gotten in I would be on board with what you are saying. The fact that they didn't get accepted shows me that yes CVCA has an advantage but they don't use it like you imply.
It seems like they go in waves. They use it. Don't use it. Use it again.
 
So, let’s unpack this: Koach wanted CVCA, then got mad because they were good, then we’re happy when they were bad. Is that what you’re saying?
Yes.
Koach kept Orrville out of the league for a long time but he also kept CVCA in it. Pretty sure the Fairless AD & Supe wouldn’t have pulled their “CVCA is so mean b/c they recruit & it’s so far away” sob story if Koach was actually in the room.
Correct. France kept Orrville out just out of spite from the Mo years, the same way he kept Coventry off the football schedule after they left for the PTC after he had lobbied hard to get them in the PAC. As far as he was concerned CVCA was a different type of private school until they weren't. When that happened, there were backchannel communications to voice the displeasure. Had France been there Fairless would not have pulled what it did. Maybe. The fact that Fairless was successful says a lot about what the other schools in the PAC were thinking.
Oh well, it is what it is. Earthquake today, eclipse Monday, per Stiz PACtion2024™ is coming to an end. Guess that means it’s time to drink up, fellas. I’ll offer the first toast ->Here’s to women, beer and song, may none of them be flat.
I never said it was coming to an end, but it could look different.
 
I don't see Tuslaw, Manchester, and Fairless ever separating.
Manchester does not want to split from Fairless and Tuslaw. All three were supposed to be part of talks with Mogadore and other Portage County schools about forming a new league twice. Fairless balked and Tuslaw backed off because of it. Manchester finally said enough and decided it would go it alone without the other two if it meant moving to a league with more favorable conditions.
 
Manchester does not want to split from Fairless and Tuslaw. All three were supposed to be part of talks with Mogadore and other Portage County schools about forming a new league twice. Fairless balked and Tuslaw backed off because of it. Manchester finally said enough and decided it would go it alone without the other two if it meant moving to a league with more favorable conditions.
Fairless was like "sure, we'll look at that" then someone looked up the directions on their phone and said "nah, we're good."
 
It's so weird we keep talking about how the PAC-7 will survive because there's more to think about than football and that's why the league will stay together but at the same time we're talking about how Jim France ruled the league with his whims for decades
 
That was amazing to watch....I moved farther north to see this...and your picture is exactly what I experienced...looking south it looked like the morning daybreak....the weather breaking so we could see this

I don't care about the eclipse, it might as well have been this.

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Manchester does not want to split from Fairless and Tuslaw. All three were supposed to be part of talks with Mogadore and other Portage County schools about forming a new league twice. Fairless balked and Tuslaw backed off because of it. Manchester finally said enough and decided it would go it alone without the other two if it meant moving to a league with more favorable conditions

If you are even 1.13% accurate I would personally Augusto Pinochet the Tuslaw leadership if that was true and I don't think it is.

Tuslaw should make their own decisions and NOT what friggin Fairless wants. .

If for the 1.13% chance it's true what you wrote then the Tuslaw leadership can explain that to the taxpayers or otherwise they should just merge together with Fairless to have a nice liddle Appalachian school district that doesn't get kids ready for college or a post HS job and any kid with a modicum of football talent can just go to Massillon and I'd cheer them for doing so. The whole thing is just so dumm.

Hell I love Tuslaw playing Doylestown in ALL sports because it's close via car and competitive.

But really they'd join the PAC? 😂

Tuslaw hired Broc Dial so I think they're not looking to be mediocre.

Tuslaw playing teams like Garrettsville or Windham or Southeast or Waterloo is so stupid I'd think that our state department wrote that because it's as stupid as the DC foreign policy since 1945.

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PS, Carrollton....you're next.
 
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It's so weird we keep talking about how the PAC-7 will survive because there's more to think about than football and that's why the league will stay together but at the same time we're talking about how Jim France ruled the league with his whims for decades
Don’t think that’s weird at all. Koach basically formed the league & did control it for 20+ years. But he’s not involved anymore & member schools have a lot more to consider than just weeks 4-10 of football season when deciding what to do. Football is very important, but there’s a lot more to consider now than simply “what does France think?”

What is weird is a gas station that sells chain saws being considered “normal.”
 
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