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  1. Getting political is the biggest cop out when talking about sports, but aren't you "FIRING" people a la The Donald?
  2. Idiots? Rough day, huh, TS? Nobody is throwing up on anyone. Nobody said it would be a runaway either way with the line up this season. I said it would be a good gauge between the two sides. You have to wait until the season is over to see how good each team was. There's no point in beating your chest for beating a team that goes winless after it's all said and done. Why does this upset you so much?
  3. You can act like a child about it all you want. I'll post the rundown at the end of the season. For now, don't break your arm patting yourself on the back for beating winless Pallotti and Curley.
  4. It's not really a hard concept. You judge teams on their full body of work at the end of the season to see how good they actually were. Nobody knows who is going to end where and there are still public vs private games to be played. Again, I know the WCAC owns big time real estate in your head, but try and leave the league out of this. It makes you look silly.
  5. Haha. Oh don't worry, I'm posting them at the end of the season. Right now it's a waste of time because we don't know where everyone will land. Just an example, but what if Bullis beats QO and QO beats Wise? Would Wise vs CHC be more telling than Bullis vs QO? I said this at the start...we need to wait until it's all over to do this.
  6. The new "cool" thing to do with national rankings is to reward the national programs who play other national programs. It seems like a way to promote more national games. Some rankings(PrepGridiron) won't even consider you if you don't have a Top 100 opponent at some point on your schedule. So, Gorman lost to Miami Central and Mater Dei, but beat DeMatha and De La Salle. All 4 of them are ranked accordingly. Same thing with SJC, they lost to De La Salle, but beat SJR. Who knows if it's a better system to rank teams....
  7. That's fine. Pick and choose which games you want to use for your final private vs public record.
  8. I mean I don't care who wins. It's a very interesting match up. Personally, I'm much more interested in the MSJ vs Gilman game. No need to have bunched underwear over that...
  9. I agree. It has nothing to do with the topic and shouldn't of been brought up by, TS.
  10. The WCAC has nothing to do with this. Stop being lazy.
  11. I guess your only option with this is to play dumb and claim ignorance. Touché.
  12. Yea I don't really care about Bullis vs QO other than I think Bullis should win. Bullis doesn't step up when it counts in OOC games so I guess QO has a shot. I think Gilman vs MSJ is the game of the week because it's going to give a gauge for how the MIAA-A will pan out for the playoffs. Is Gilman for real after Episcopal? Is MSJ going to push for a playoff spot after a horrible loss to SMR to start the season? Yea I gave up on the public vs private count after you guys wanted to change the rules to only include "public playoff contenders", but still count Pallotti, Curley, and RB for the privates. Convenient and obnoxious.
  13. You should know exactly what I'm talking about. If not, I know you know exactly who to ask. It's over January 1st 2018. Nobody set the program up to give anyone an advantage. Things change though. I just wish they scheduled other top local teams while the grass was so green.
  14. You know exactly what I'm talking about and when it's over. You should be happy. The reason the county did it was to help the underperforming programs.
  15. Yea nobody likes to talk about that around here. Too bad it's over Jan. 1st 2018. Wise got cut from the open enrollment plan... 100% agree about the Damascus comment. Those kids have been running that offense since abklebitter football.