Lincoln coach to face possible charges for yelling

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  1. flycy

    flycy Well-Known Member

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    Total opposite of my experience in the early 80s. Tackling technique, keeping your head up and not spearing heavy emphasis from day 1
     
  2. benman82

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    Haven't read through the whole thread yet to see if somebody already responded, but Dowling is not "still" playing DM schools. That is actually a very recent change. The IAHSAA forced districts on class 4A in 2014 which ruined the competitive balance of 4A football. The three CIML conferences had as much parity within individual divisions as was possible, and the MAC and MVC were also internally competitive every year. Prior to 2014 Dowling would play a CIML Metro school about once per season, and now must play Lincoln, Hoover, and North in district play. Metro schools were competitive with each other, and they should be upset more about district scheduling causing blowouts than things like wanting to go to 3A because they can't field competitive teams.
     
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  3. Sparkplug

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    This isn’t on the topic of the thread but I liked how Scates came up behind Campbell and gave him a hug. Shows the respect and love he has for his coach
     
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  4. cyfanatic13

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    Is it weird to anyone else that the Lincoln coach went after the ref first instead of checking to see if is son was ok?
     

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