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San Augustine vs Refugio  

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  1. 1. Who wins?

    • San Augustine
      42
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      53

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Not everybody from Sa is whining about a loss or the refs so-called “blown” or no calls. Some people actually kno how to be humble and take losing as a lesson. Especially since we were the ones to jum

I want to bring up a point no one else has yet. SA hasn't had a close game yet in the playoffs. Everyone is acting like Refugio is invincible and that SA is lucky to be here. Truth be told Refugio is

Refugio is a powerhouse team with a explosive offense and a steel curtain defense.....SA will have to play mistake free game to keep it within 20 points. Refugio 60 SA 13. 

Ya know what #### though? Having people from your own town doubt the young men who will represent the town. It’s not fair to the guys, coaching staff and/or the city itself. I wish people did take it as an honor and privilege like I did...nothin better than putting on that jersey and going to war for the guys beside u and the city that raised u. And if I had to go out, it would be on my shield. No retreat, no backing down because to win the prize, you have to take on all comers. Proud of these young men no matter what. 

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1 minute ago, SaPack4Liif3 said:

Ya know what #### though? Having people from your own town doubt the young men who will represent the town. It’s not fair to the guys, coaching staff and/or the city itself. I wish people did take it as an honor and privilege like I did...nothin better than putting on that jersey and going to war for the guys beside u and the city that raised u. And if I had to go out, it would be on my shield. No retreat, no backing down because to win the prize, you have to take on all comers. Proud of these young men no matter what. 

No doubt and these boys are representing 

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SA secondary are giving the Bobcats recievers too much cushion between the 20's.  They're wide open.  Defenders ar 7-10 yards away when the ball leaves the QB's hands.

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2 minutes ago, EdgarAllenPwn said:

Man these half time adjustments. SA gotta figure out how to slow down that Refugio Offense. It’s so dang precise. Nice routes, great blocking. It’s dangerous when they have the ball. SA gotta keep making athletic plays

Agree. Refugio would have 28 if not for turnovers. 

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13 minutes ago, Eagleborn said:

Agree. Refugio would have 28 if not for turnovers. 

Yeah but IMO, those INT's were take aways by SA, not gimme's by the Bobcats.  They earned those.

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WP76, bro it’s like as soon as folks found out we would be playing this game tonight, they talked about us losing and just giving up. Hometown folks ya kno and it’s very sad. Never have I ever thought that another team was better and not give 110%, why else do we play the game?  The next 24 minutes will be remembered for years to come. I jus feel it it my 🦴 that our guys got this. Never doubted one iota this season. Like our old shirts say, Can’t Hide That Wolfpack Pride!!!!

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2 minutes ago, Eagleborn said:

Agree. Refugio would have 28 if not for turnovers. 

Yep. Absolutely. No shade to SA but Refugio looks like the more well oiled machine. SA looks more athletic. If SA can find a way to stop the machine using Xs and Os instead of relying solely on athletic plays SA could open this one up in their favor.

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1 minute ago, SAPACK1 said:

Yeah but IMO, those INT's were take aways by SA, not gimme's by the Bobcats.  They earned those.

Ehhh..... one in endzone was kinda a gimme. Actually maybe both of them. Both weren’t smart passes. But yea, SA defenders caught them. 

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Someone had this posted on that "other site". lol

Total yards: Refugio 239 San Augustine 201

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1 minute ago, EdgarAllenPwn said:

Yep. Absolutely. No shade to SA but Refugio looks like the more well oiled machine. SA looks more athletic. If SA can find a way to stop the machine using Xs and Os instead of relying solely on athletic plays SA could open this one up in their favor.

SA definitely more athletic and has much better size.  I don't know anything about SA coaches, but Herring would be absolutely killing it if he had all those SA athletes. 

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Just now, Everide2016 said:

Halftime adjustments... this is where the coaches either earn their paychecks or don't.

It’s also up to the players to execute.  

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Just now, Eagleborn said:

It’s also up to the players to execute.  

No doubt, but by semi-final game, the kids usually will do that (not always).  They just need the right plan.  Coaches are going to make the difference in this second half IMO.

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3 minutes ago, Eagleborn said:

Ehhh..... one in endzone was kinda a gimme. Actually maybe both of them. Both weren’t smart passes. But yea, SA defenders caught them. 

Wouldn’t call them dumb passes. A lot of people talk about this being the toughest group SA has faced all year and folks forget that that’s a pass the Refugio QB probably makes on 99% of other teams but SA has a good solid secondary.

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14 minutes ago, Eagleborn said:

Ehhh..... one in endzone was kinda a gimme. Actually maybe both of them. Both weren’t smart passes. But yea, SA defenders caught them. 

Wasnt a bad throw and was tipped.  Davis came up and made a very athletic and focused play on the tipped ball.  Tomato/Tomato...

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Just now, EdgarAllenPwn said:

Wouldn’t call them dumb passes. A lot of people talk about this being the toughest group SA has faced all year and folks forget that that’s a pace the Refugio QB probably makes on 99% of other teams but SA has a good solid secondary.

Jump ball in double cover isn’t smart IMO. 

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4 minutes ago, EdgarAllenPwn said:

Wouldn’t call them dumb passes. A lot of people talk about this being the toughest group SA has faced all year and folks forget that that’s a pace the Refugio QB probably makes on 99% of other teams but SA has a good solid secondary.

You're right about that.  Refugio QB has been able to float those on a lot of weaker teams throughout the season and his receivers would go up and get it.  Not going to happen on SA.  But, he's also not throwing normal tonight, injured his knee last week and looks considerably different to me having seen him in 3-4 games last year and now 3 this year.

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3 minutes ago, Everide2016 said:

#24 for SA has impressed me.  SA should get him the ball more in second half.

Best SA player IMO. Dudes been getting it on both sides of the ball. 

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18 minutes ago, Everide2016 said:

Halftime adjustments... this is where the coaches either earn their paychecks or don't.

Noticed a different look defensively for Refugio vs the jumbo package. 
 

SA burns a TO earlier due to confusion. 

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