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  1. You make a good point. There are some assistants out there that are going to pan out great and others that simply aren't. Cameron's top two coaches of all-time kind of fell into two different categories when they were hired. When Rhoades was hired in 2009, it looked like a home run hire and it ended up being one. He had taken a 5A team to a state championship and served as a coordinator at some larger, well-recognized programs. Rhoades went 82-17 with 3 state championships and 5 appearances in 7 years. When York was hired in 1981, he had not been a head coach. But, he had been under Bob McQueen at Temple when they were really rolling in the late 70s. Temple was 50-0 in the regular season at 60-4-1 overall while he was there. Still, was unproven at this time, but ended up going 76-11-2 in Cameron with the state championship in 81. And then there was Todd Dodge. That didn't pan out initially, but that has kind of come full circle in regards to our offensive scheme.
  2. Correct. He will need to make a strong first impression. Region III could be open and I could easily see Rockdale winning the district this year. Cameron has the better talent in the 10th, 9th and 7th grades. Teams in 8th grade split the last two years in competitive games. Both 8th grade classes are very strong.
  3. Not a surprising pick. Seems to be well-liked in the community. We'll see how he does in his first-ever role as AD/HFC.
  4. Close call between Rockdale and Teague IMO. Hearing this job is getting some good (or at least interesting) applicants.
  5. Miller did great things in Rockdale. His 6-9 record versus Cameron is great considering the series history. And of course he won the state title in 2017. I felt he was deserving of that Cy Fair job. 2006: Cameron Yoe 50 Rockdale 12 2007: Rockdale 43 Cameron Yoe 21 2008: Cameron Yoe 41 Rockdale 28 2009: Rockdale 41 Cameron Yoe 21 2010: Cameron Yoe 35 Rockdale 13 2011: Rockdale 11 Cameron Yoe 10 2012: Cameron Yoe 34 Rockdlae 0 2013: Cameron Yoe 51 Rockdale 33 2014: Rockdale 34 Cameron Yoe 27 - Cameron Yoe 44 Rockdale 25 (state quarterfinals) 2015: Cameron Yoe 27 Rockdale 6 2016: Rockdale 80 Cameron Yoe 54 2017: Rockdale 63 Cameron Yoe 34 2018: Cameorn Yoe 33 Rockdale 14 2019: Cameron Yoe 31 Rockdale 3
  6. I believe all roads lead to a former or current coordinator...
  7. Rockdale has a good crop of incoming freshmen and seniors. I think a former coordinator would be a good fit here if he were interested. It should draw some quality candidates.
  8. Brock will be the odds on favorite to be the program of the decade in 3A DI for the next 10 years I had them at number 3 from 2010-2020 and they only had 6 years in. Playing in region I helps as it is significantly less deep, but they are also good enough to win in other regions as well. Someone will probably need to reel off about 3 state championships and multiple other deep runs like Cameron did to possibly prevent that from happening. I don't see Brock dropping off any time soon.
  9. Rockdale does return more. QB, RB and top WR all come back, including 7 of their top 10 tacklers. It's a coin flip at this point. I will also be keeping a close eye on teams like Fairfield and Lorena. Not so much Caldwell as they have been down since about 2009. Fairfield is losing their QB, top 3 rushers, top 3 receivers and a host of top defensive players based on stats and games played. Before Cameron dropped to 3A, they had not had success in the first year (current 4A DII) under Rhoades, but that team turned a corner the second half of district by beating Navasota and taking district champ Caldwell down to the wire. That group was also fairly young. Now, maybe Fairfield has stud athletes coming through the system right now. That is the one thing I don't have to factor into my decision making, and I may look into acquiring JV/fresh records moving forward if it's possible. They certainly have a chance to make some noise.
  10. Well deserved. I was a big fan of Grandview hiring Ebner and now Franklin hiring Fannin. Both are proven winners and great guys.
  11. Correct. They will travel to both Cameron and Carthage the next two years.
  12. Cornerstone is a private school so it's tough to get a good feel on them. They did beat a school last year which did beat Dallas Skyline. Cornerstone also beat Midland Christian, which generally beats or plays Wall a very competitive game. The goal for Cameron in 2020 should be to end up like the 2011 team. The 2011 team was extremely young and took their lumps early, but ended up winning district. Now, this district is going to be substantially tougher than that one, but this team needs to get into the playoffs and look somewhat impressive. In 2011, Cameron was an area finalist and lost a competitive game with Tatum and was a top 15ish team. I want to see something similar with this group. It will set up everything for the next 2-3 years. Cameron won state in 2012-2014. Cameron (2020) < Cameron (2021) < Cameron (2022) IMO.
  13. A few thoughts: Region I I do believe this is going to be Brock's to lose. I could have easily put them at number one, but I had to give the nod to Grandview at this point. I believe Grandview will need to be just as good in 2020 to beat Brock in the semis if it were to happen. Wall is going to be Wall and could be improved this season. Region II With Grandview moving in, it makes this region just that much more difficult. Gladewater, Pottsboro and Malakoff are all the top 10. Madison appears to return a ton and don't sleep on Fairfield. Just so many quality teams here. Region III With Grandview moving out, this opens the door for several teams. I put Troy at 4 simply because they return the MVP, which ran over everyone in the district last year. Rockdale returns the house and should be improved. Adding the likes of Hallettsville and Columbus make region III very deep. East Chambers has played Grandview tough the past few years and returns a good amount of talent. Add in teams like Cameron, Crockett and Lorena, and you have very tough field. We will see if Diboll reloads or rebuilds. Region IV Who knows what's going to happen here. I was well-prepared to have Hallettsville as the top dog, but the UIL moved them over to region III, along with Columbus, which won the region a year ago. Jourdanton, Industrial or maybe even a Comfort could come out of this one. Even someone like Lago could surprise if they reload.
  14. 2020 Vs. Taylor (Scr) @ Madisonville (Scr) @ Lago Vista Vs. Bellville @ Franklin Vs. Cornerstone Christian Going to be a challenge for a young team.
  15. 1. Grandview – 7 all-district players return from a 15-1 state championship team. 2. Brock – 13 all-district players return from a state semifinalist team. 3. Gladewater – 10 all-district players return from a 10-4 state quarterfinalist team. 4. Troy – 15 all-district players return from a 12-2 state quarterfinalist team. 5. Wall – 12 all-district players return from a 12-1 regional semifinalist team. 6. Pottsboro – 6 all-district players return from a 15-1 state finalist team. 7. Hallettsville – 15 all-district players return from a 11-3 state quarterfinalist team. 8. Rockdale – 14 all-district players return from a 8-3 bi-district finalist team. 9. East Chambers – 10 all-district players return from a 10-2 area finalist team. 10. Malakoff – 5 all-district players return from a 11-2 regional semifinalist team. 11. Pilot Point – 9 all-district players return from a state quarterfinalist team. 12. Columbus – 9 all-district players return from a 12-3 state semifinalist team. 13. Dallas Madison – 12 all-district players return from a 9-3 area finalist team. 14. Jourdanton – 17 all-district players return from an area finalist team. 15. Cameron Yoe – 5 all-district players return from a 11-2 regional semifinalist team. 16. Industrial – 11 all-district players return from a 11-2 regional semifinalist team. 17. Bushland – 7 all-district players return from a 12-1 regional semifinalist team. 18. Winnsboro - 3 all-district players return from a 9-5 regional semifinalist team. 19. Fairfield - 4 all-district players return from a 7-5 area finalist team. 20. Comfort – 13 all-district players return from a 10-3 regional semifinalist team. 21. Sabine – 7 all-district players return from a 10-2 area finalist team. 22. Crockett - 7 all-district players return from a 9-3 area finalist team. 23. Denver City – 12 all-district players return from a 10-2 area finalist team. 24. Shallowater - 6 all-district players return from a 7-5 area finalist team. T25. Lorena - 4 all-district players return from a 5-5 team. T25. Jefferson - 5 all-district players return from a 9-3 area finalist team. T25. Mt. Vernon - 8 all-district players return from a 8-3 bi-district finalist team.
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