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  1. Sabine will miss the speedy WR that's graduating this year. His numbers will be hard to replace. When it's all said and done, playoff positioning will come down to the old foes... GW/Tatum/WO/Sabine and maybe ATL.
  2. I have Tatum winning district also, just didn't want to be the first to say it. GW will make noise as long as they have Allen. The same could be said for Sabine if the coaches use the talent correctly. Their QB is a better WR and the DC gotta have some sense, you have two stud CBs, move them back to CB and run a defensive scheme that fits your personnel, not the opposite. GV/Koff both are losing some key players.
  3. Totally agree. The region weakens going into next year. Other districts that are graduating a lot talent. MV/Potts are losing some top tier talent just to name a couple. "Our" district should be bumping heads in the playoffs. If not, it'll be due to coaching.
  4. Tatum impressed me this year also, although I'm somewhat bias due to family ties. The QB looked impressive and the run game, WOW! Tatum will be something to deal with next year especially when some teams are graduating some studs.
  5. I agree Gladewater was a disappointment. I expected at least two rounds. Once a team figured out all they had to do was throw on GWs defensive backs, they would have a fighters chance. As for Sabine, they had enough talent to finish 4th place even after their stud DE was lost for the season. Sabine exposed a lot of teams defensive weaknesses, but didn't stick with it (ex: pass the ball just as much as run the ball prior to getting down by two or more TDs).
  6. Over - White Oak Under - Sabine Looking forward to see WO build on 2020 success. That squad was coached up very well this year.
  7. Totally agree. Although I'm not directly a Sabine faithful, I do know several are livid this morning. Sabine along with GW should have a piece of the playoffs already clinched. A lot is being said in that community and it's not good and it's very evident why.
  8. I'd agree the PI was a horrible call. But to avoid that call, #5 should've at least peaked back to make it look like he was playing the ball. Most refs still would not have pulled their flag.
  9. White Oak by 10. Sabine's scheme on both sides of the ball is killing them. There's no reason why they shouldn't be undefeated in district at this point. Apparently the word "adjustments" do not apply. It's mind boggling why #5 and #3 isn't being utilized more offensively for Sabine. #5 probably can beat any DB in the district deep and #3 can beat you short (YAC) on just about any quick hit routes. Sabine also gotta quit shooting themselves with penalties. Over the last two games, they have a D-lineman that's causing them field position advantage due to penalties...but I'm sure Sabine's fans w
  10. Cardinals (ONLY if they change their offense)... So i guess I'll take Jefferson
  11. I'll be holding back judgement right now. I'll wait to see if any adjustments will be made with the offensive plays and play calling.
  12. If it's not softball or baseball related, Sabine ain't getting nothing new as relates to sports.
  13. GW should've been better ranked IMHO.
  14. Somewhat shocked West Rusk didn't make the cut.
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