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    took a sample of some Iowa high schools

    for a run-pass ratio. I used schools from the Central division of the CIML.

    Indianola 143 Run 27 Pass
    Ankeny 118 Run 16 Pass
    Dowling 114 Run 40 Pass
    Johnston 102 Run 74 Pass
    Urbandale 99 Run 38 Pass
    SE Polk 66 Run 62 Pass

    What I noticed is that even in Iowa, there are a wide spectrum of offenses found in Iowa HS ball. SE Polk's run-pass ratio is like Iowa State's, while Ankeny's is more like Navy.

    What do you guys think?



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    Re: took a sample of some Iowa high schools

    Try Madrid's



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    Re: took a sample of some Iowa high schools

    Um, duh?

    I could've told you that without looking at that stuff.

    Aplington-Parkersburg and Di ke/New Hartford showed this a few weeks ago..



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    Re: took a sample of some Iowa high schools

    SE Polk is also 1-2 and got only 2 first downs in their game against Waukee.



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    Re: took a sample of some Iowa high schools

    Quote Originally Posted by AntiSnob View Post
    for a run-pass ratio. I used schools from the Central division of the CIML.

    Indianola 143 Run 27 Pass
    Ankeny 118 Run 16 Pass
    Dowling 114 Run 40 Pass
    Johnston 102 Run 74 Pass
    Urbandale 99 Run 38 Pass
    SE Polk 66 Run 62 Pass

    What I noticed is that even in Iowa, there are a wide spectrum of offenses found in Iowa HS ball. SE Polk's run-pass ratio is like Iowa State's, while Ankeny's is more like Navy.

    What do you guys think?
    To be successful in high school ball in Iowa, you have to run the ball about 80% of the time.



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    Re: took a sample of some Iowa high schools

    Quote Originally Posted by rdubbs View Post
    Try Madrid's
    haha, like a million runs to no passes



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