And you will never run me off this board. I am only on here to remind people how much of a jack@$$ you are and I enjoy that way too much.
This year you can't ignore North Point beating Friendship 27-18 as an example of a public vs. private matchup. They met late in the season when all things were equal and Friendship was able to hang with Bergen Catholic so they're no slouch. That's why I say you never know what will happen unless you see it on the field. We need more matchups like this when both teams are in mid season form.
There were WAY MORE guys last night that started both ways than Gilman starts! This is a FACT! FYI, at the end of the year Gilman only started two players both ways, Poggi and Miles Norris.
Now that it has been proven that you have NO CLUE what you're talking about and have lost all credibility with the lies, stop speaking!
I expect Wise to beat QO. QO beat Westminster without their starting QB, who is out for the year. I definitely think both teams would fare better against the Privates than River Hill but can't see either of them beating GC or Gilman.
I can't believe it's taken me this long to realize how appropriate it is that he is known as "GA"; not short for Greyhound Alum, but more certainly "Gilman As_hole"
And yes, it constantly expels nothing but hot air
I know now I'll be continually entertained when I see the next 8500 posts. [especially the ones where he tries to "taunt" me about CHC (two years ago he was equally as wrong about my 'allegiance' because he took my screen name to think I was a G. Prep fan), though, of course, he is never wrong )
I hope you and the boys are happy, JUST WATCHING, this weekend.
Wise's defense was very impressive but their offense was just as unimpressive. They're a good team but I definitely believe River Hill would give them a game.
The Hawks could hang and would be competitive against QO or Wise. They execute very well on offense and the defense is outstanding each year.
Gilman would be a tough one for them. I think the QB would give the Hawks fits with his power running game. The QB from AHS last year had a lot of success and is 1/2 the player of Gilman's QB.
I think the offense would could be successful if they can get to the LBs. I am not sure they can because of the outstanding players they have up front. RH could beat Calvert Hall or Loyola on a given Saturday without question. They match-up very well against the talent on those two teams. McD and ST.Joe would be underdogs against this year's RHHS team.
I've said it before and I'll say it again, you need a great passing offense if you want to hang with MIAA teams. A CHC team in a down MIAA beat Dunbar by 24, Dunbar has given up 23 points total in the 12+ games they've played since then. MIAA defenses are too good to consistently move the ball on the ground. Even though they lost in the semis, I'd still give Westminster the best shot at taking down an A Conference team on a warm day with good conditions for passing. You need that quick strike element to match a team with more talent and/or better coaching.
I think Westminster would have a good chance against CHC and McD. It's too bad that Westminster turned down the offer from McD to play Week 4 this season. We would have actually had 3 good public vs. MIAA A games to look at. It's also too bad that RH is locked into the schedule they are, I'd like to see them play McD and/or CHC.
If Westminster wasn't losing most of their weapons on offense this year, I'd say I would like to see Westminster-CHC in the I-95 Classic to open up the 2013 season.
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