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  1. 2 days a week in the off season is my preferred choice when asked my opinion on throwing. However, my head coach will tell a high school coach to shut down a guy in a heart beat. Like I said, every arm only has so many bullets.
  2. The kid you are questioning as a "thrower" is in fact a legit prospect. He's not a thrower, kid can pitch. These big colleges tell guys to lay off throwing as often as they can, so when they get them as true freshmen, they have more "bullets" left than a kid that has stayed on a throwing program year-round. There's a million different ways to skin a cat, and I'm sure you've had your fare share of success with your way, but there's no reason to belittle a "parent" because you're a "TX High School Baseball Coach." These legit summer teams, and I'm only including the legit ones, carry so many pitchers that nobody gets overused. The Banditos Scout Team that these Shelbyville kids played for has so many pitchers listed, I bet they all stayed fresh the entire summer. You think U of H, Texas A&M, UT, Miami, or LSU is driving to Shelbyville, TX to watch 1 kid pitch? Move over high school coaches, summer ball is the new recruiting train.
  3. I don't know much about either team, but the guy in Hubbard has turned things around for them since he's been there. I'm a fan of his work. He gets the kids to play hard for him.
  4. Teague guys- I wouldn't waste much of your time trying to explain or banter with the SETX guys. They all have SEC defenses down there and no offense from the North will prove that otherwise. Whether it be Teague or Yoe, a spread team will pick one of those 8 in the box 9 in the box slot T teams apart down there and you can count on it.
  5. Oh ok, it was the class of 06 that beat Alto from Kerens. Fall of 05
  6. Type in first down photos into google and click on the game Teague Malakoff game and there are some awesome photos.
  7. If I could choose, I'd rather be a Tiger than a Lion. Seems as if Teague has caught lightning in a bottle this year. Senior heavy team. Still arguably the best offense in a small school setting I've ever seen.
  8. I think you're discrediting the Malakoff staff by giving Teague the edge in being prepared. Teague kids made the plays they needed to and Malakoff didn't. There were no adjustments at half. Malakoff ran the ball with the same authority they did in the 1st half. Turnovers were the difference in the 2nd half. Teague QB is the real deal. O line did a good job of protecting him.
  9. I don't remember you saying that MHS. It looked like the CB had decent coverage on a couple passes, he just lost the play and the other guy made a play. I don't think there was any question about Malakoff being prepared. They were in the right spots, just didn't make some plays.
  10. Whoever gets off the field most on 3rd downs has the upper hand. Also am excited to see how both teams handle adversity if there is any
  11. lmao wow! Isn't that part of guys stepping up and making plays player? If every team played to their full potential every game then scores and standings would be different. It's when less talented teams step up and hit pre-madonna's in the mouth is when games are won and programs are established. Sounds like you guys are back tracking and this is your defense wall. Even if Teague has a couple talented freshmen on varsity, I didn't see many sophomores. So if that's the case, why not Malakoff move down their talented sophomores and the game still wouldn't be close in Malakoffs favor. Stop acting like Malakoff is expecting to carry momentum from Thursday to Friday night. Just means Malakoff has the better program.
  12. I love the Giants and Bruce Bochy and just about their whole team. Sandoval, Pence, Posey, Crawford, and the rookie 2B and Bumgarner, love watching those guys play. True professionals that know how to get it done.
  13. Oh the back that doesn't get the ball very much? That makes sense. You should go look up the stats that I found in the paper. 80% of Westwood's total yards came on 4 plays out of 48 total plays...
  14. You got a trash bag ready for the crow feathers you're about to pluck?
  15. Dude, you can't run cover 2 with 4 backers and 4 d line. Give it up. In order to do that, you would have to roll a backer back into the secondary which would have you in another alignment besides a 4-4... Figure it out jabroni Hammerman and slappy are both rookies
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