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  1. He’s outplayed Ewers by far, and plays with a lot more confidence. I get Ewers is a 5* and the top recruit in the nation for 2022, his tools and raw talent are there, no question, and the arm strength is something else, but Klubnik has looked like the more complete player tonight.
  2. These teams are young, too. We could see a rematch in 2021.
  3. On a phone. Married. Two kids, about to have a third. My mom (who voted for Trump) just got out of the hospital with COVID. My in-laws are in the hospital with COVID. So yeah, hilarious mask joke.
  4. I agree. Sad thing is, the irony is too thick for even ObiOne and the rest of the maga folks to even get it.
  5. Well, if nothing else, they're very obedient. They're only doing what they've been taught.
  6. Trump and his supporters don't need any help looking bad.
  7. I'm not making anything personal. My comment about the wool was not about you, specifically. It was about Trump's ability to pull the wool over the eyes of his disciples.
  8. No he's not, but he's hoping folks like you believe that he is. I've never seen someone so easily pull the wool.
  9. No. No way. Do not let him off the hook. He all-but called for the mob to go after Pence before this. This is lip service. It's HIS sedition that caused this. He is responsible. He needs to be held accountable.
  10. Thanks, oldtown. Smith was literally the complete package. A perfect blend of size, strength, power, explosiveness, agility, and breakaway speed. If he’d have been just a few years younger, my hunch is he’d have played for Nick Saban.
  11. Yeah, he really was. Celina had a very good team that year, despite some misleading early-season losses. Celina also had a long history of shutting down stud running backs (Chris Harris, Quan Cosby, Jessie Harrison, Shawnbrey McNeal, Ashton Whiteside, Will Clay, etc.). Smith really was the first one (exception for Terrence Purvey in 2003) that really did whatever he wanted to do, nearly every time he touched the football, against a championship-caliber Bobcats squad. Crazy thing is, Celina had a chance late in the fourth to take the lead. The Bobcats had moved the ball pretty well against
  12. Smith ran all over everyone. Smith would have run all over the 2020 Carthage defense too. He looked NFL ready at 18.
  13. The world lost a good one today. Gary Don Moore, son of G.A. Moore, passed away at the age of 43, after his long battle with ALS. Bobcat Nation will mourn the loss of this good man and Celina legend. Gary Don was a first-team All-State QB for the 1995 State Championship Bobcats that beat Alto in a classic at Texas Stadium, and was the 2A Player of the Year. He and RB Jarrod Martin were literal heroes for us younger Bobcats growing up. They paved the way for those great 1998-2001 teams and beyond. Prayers for Gary Don and his family. He will be missed. https://www.slaymemorialfu
  14. And his cousin, Quan Cosby, won one for Mart in 1999 and was runner up in 2000. Cosby still the fastest kid I’ve ever seen at the HS level, and probably the 2nd best, pure overall athlete I’ve ever watched, second only to Dwight Smith of Carthage.
  15. Very nice! He held up nicely. He’ll be fun to watch next few years!
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