Also, Spalding beat McD (pre-QB change), MSJ, and Loyola. MSJ was 0-5 regular season in the MIAA, Loyola was 2-3, beating McD (again pre-QB change) and MSJ. Spalding was dominated by Gilman and soundly beat by CHC.
Douglass would have a shot against McD pre-QB change just like RH did. You can't just look at a teams record and assume that they were the same team at the start of the year as they were at the end of the year. McD was on a roll at the end of the year.
I don't know why you think Spalding should have been ahead of Douglass, the extra 2 days of practice or whatever it was they had really didn't make too much of a difference.
Dunbar probably does play CHC closer Week 10 than Week 1, but the same players that beat Dunbar by 24 were still playing for CHC, so I don't think they're 25 pts better than they were in Week 1.
If you remember back to the start of the season the new practice rules that came out late caused the publics not to wear pads until the 1st scrimmage. This set them back a lot this year and their was such an uproar that there will be changes made next season. In normal years I'd agree that the practice difference between the publics and privates is negligible but that extra game the privates played this year gave them a bigger advantage than it normally would.
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