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#1 eaglesinsider

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Posted 29 April 2014 - 09:10 PM

If they had one of Darrius Jennings, Cyrus Jones, or Danny Blair, according to GA:

 

- 2013 McDonogh

- 2013 Miami Booker T. Washington

- 2013 Allen HS

- 2013 Paramus Catholic

- 14-0 Miami Dolphins

- 1985 Chicago Bears

- 2000 Baltimore Ravens

- 2012 Baltimore Ravens

- every other Super Bowl Champion

- 2013 Florida State

- 2011-12 Alabama

- every other NCAA football champion in all divisions

- 2013-14 UConn men's basketball

- 2013-14 UConn women's basketball

- world-record Jamaican 4x1 relay team 

- every team in the 2014 World Cup

- USA Olympic team (all sports)

- the MonStars

- the Jordan Bulls

- Loyola men's lacrosse

- NFL All-Pro Team

- Madden 25 Canton Legends

- Dream Team

 

list will be expanded as more teams inferior to Gilman are discovered



#2 DayWalker

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Posted 30 April 2014 - 07:47 AM

Damn, and I thought I hit below the belt or in a clinch at times!!!



#3 Outside Looking In

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Posted 30 April 2014 - 08:37 AM

GA has not responded to me because he cannot name a game that Jennings single handedly won when they were the complete underdogs. He is always full of excuses. If my mother had nuts she would be my father.



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Posted 30 April 2014 - 10:20 AM

GA

 

Now I know you are NOT going to let featherweight OLI call you out like this without rejoinder!!  Don't give up like you say your greyhounds have done in the 4th-quarter to The McEagles.  Lay out OLI like I always do.  I think OLI likes it.  And I don't know what to think about his mother having balls comment.  It's an odd family I would say since OLI appears not to have any balls.

 

Okay GA, I warmed up OLI for you.  Sic 'em!!


Edited by DayWalker, 30 April 2014 - 12:30 PM.


#5 DayWalker

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Posted 01 May 2014 - 02:48 AM

:(  Twenty-four hours and nothin' from GA!!  Darn, featherweight OLI takes out heavyweight GA.  Down goes GA, down goes GA, down goes GA....Howard Cossell would shout.



#6 DBUNK

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Posted 01 May 2014 - 11:49 AM

GA has not responded to me because he cannot name a game that Jennings single handedly won when they were the complete underdogs. He is always full of excuses. If my mother had nuts she would be my father.

 

Gilman did beat The USA Today #9 team Good counsel 28-7 in 2010 That game Jennings  led the way, rushing for 142 yards on 25 carries, running for one touchdown and throwing for another.



#7 Outside Looking In

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Posted 01 May 2014 - 12:36 PM

Gilman did beat The USA Today #9 team Good counsel 28-7 in 2010 That game Jennings  led the way, rushing for 142 yards on 25 carries, running for one touchdown and throwing for another.

Okay, but that is not considered single-handedly beating them. He only accounted for 2 of the 4 tds. They would have still won without them.



#8 DayWalker

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Posted 01 May 2014 - 07:03 PM

GA ?????????????  :confused:



#9 gillytech

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Posted 02 May 2014 - 12:21 PM

Gilman beat DM on Jennings' back at DM when he was a soph if I recall correctly, and Gilman was the underdog in that game. So there's that.

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Posted 02 May 2014 - 12:28 PM

Jennings was amazing and not many players in this state have had more of an impact on games than he had.  He is one of the best high school players that I have ever seen. 



#11 Outside Looking In

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Posted 02 May 2014 - 01:47 PM

Jennings was amazing and not many players in this state have had more of an impact on games than he had.  He is one of the best high school players that I have ever seen. 

I totally agree. I was just pointing out the flaws in GA's comments about him single-handedly beating teams that Gilman was the clear underdog too. It just did not happen.



#12 DayWalker

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Posted 02 May 2014 - 02:00 PM

Darn Colonel Jessep,

 

If I hadn't seen no response from the great GA myself, I would have never thunk you, of all people, would one to take the greyhound down!  :o



#13 GREYHOUND ALUM

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Posted 02 May 2014 - 02:59 PM

Gilman did beat The USA Today #9 team Good counsel 28-7 in 2010 That game Jennings  led the way, rushing for 142 yards on 25 carries, running for one touchdown and throwing for another.


I wasn't going to respond to the peanut gallery who has never seen one game Jennings ever played but since you brought this game up, Jennings single handily won this game and Coach Molloy said as much in his post games interviews. What the guy who has never seen Jennings play and just reads the reports after the fact doesn't know is, although Jennings only scored two of the four TD's, the third TD was a one yard run by Kenny Goins after Jennings ran the ball 50 yards down to the one and the other was an INT return by Devon Porchia for a TD. Anybody who saw that game, saw Jennings destroy a team that would have blown Gilman out if he weren't on it.

Gilly is also right about Jennings winning the DeMatha game his sophomore year(it was played at Johns Hopkins) and this was against the number 1 team in the state and top 25 team in the country. A team that would have beaten Gilman by 40 without him. In fact, after Jennings got hurt that year, Gilman ended up as .500 team or 5-4 if I'm not mistaken.

Football is a 22 player game, obviously no man can win it alone and I'm pretty sure I said ALMOST single handily won games and that's what he did. There's two examples and I wasn't going to mention any because what's the point when someone talks on things they've never seen before.

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Posted 02 May 2014 - 04:06 PM

I wasn't going to respond to the peanut gallery who has never seen one game Jennings ever played but since you brought this game up, Jennings single handily won this game and Coach Molloy said as much in his post games interviews. What the guy who has never seen Jennings play and just reads the reports after the fact doesn't know is, although Jennings only scored two of the four TD's, the third TD was a one yard run by Kenny Goins after Jennings ran the ball 50 yards down to the one and the other was an INT return by Devon Porchia for a TD. Anybody who saw that game, saw Jennings destroy a team that would have blown Gilman out if he weren't on it.

Gilly is also right about Jennings winning the DeMatha game his sophomore year(it was played at Johns Hopkins) and this was against the number 1 team in the state and top 25 team in the country. A team that would have beaten Gilman by 40 without him. In fact, after Jennings got hurt that year, Gilman ended up as .500 team or 5-4 if I'm not mistaken.

Football is a 22 player game, obviously no man can win it alone and I'm pretty sure I said ALMOST single handily won games and that's what he did. There's two examples and I wasn't going to mention any because what's the point when someone talks on things they've never seen before.

 

Told you man don't feed the troll



#15 Outside Looking In

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Posted 02 May 2014 - 05:50 PM

I wasn't going to respond to the peanut gallery who has never seen one game Jennings ever played but since you brought this game up, Jennings single handily won this game and Coach Molloy said as much in his post games interviews. What the guy who has never seen Jennings play and just reads the reports after the fact doesn't know is, although Jennings only scored two of the four TD's, the third TD was a one yard run by Kenny Goins after Jennings ran the ball 50 yards down to the one and the other was an INT return by Devon Porchia for a TD. Anybody who saw that game, saw Jennings destroy a team that would have blown Gilman out if he weren't on it.

Gilly is also right about Jennings winning the DeMatha game his sophomore year(it was played at Johns Hopkins) and this was against the number 1 team in the state and top 25 team in the country. A team that would have beaten Gilman by 40 without him. In fact, after Jennings got hurt that year, Gilman ended up as .500 team or 5-4 if I'm not mistaken.

Football is a 22 player game, obviously no man can win it alone and I'm pretty sure I said ALMOST single handily won games and that's what he did. There's two examples and I wasn't going to mention any because what's the point when someone talks on things they've never seen before.

"Would have helped? Ok, you have just lost credibility on player evaluation. Either you never saw the two play at Gilman and just want to speak on the topic or you just don't have a clue what you're talking about. Darius Jennings and Cyrus Jones won games by themselves at Gilman, especially Jennings."

 

You said it not me buddy. It is clear that you said Jones and Jennings won games by themselves, especially Jennings.

 

And now you are saying almost. You dont even believe yourself.

 

Peace



#16 GREYHOUND ALUM

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Posted 02 May 2014 - 10:18 PM

Gilman beat DM on Jennings' back at DM when he was a soph if I recall correctly, and Gilman was the underdog in that game. So there's that.


Gilly, you're right the game was played in PG, was the first game of the year. The next week they played Bergen Catholic at Hopkins, got the venues mixed up. The game against Bergen, Jennings and Blake Countess were both monsters that game. Just wasn't enough to beat BC.

#17 GREYHOUND ALUM

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Posted 02 May 2014 - 10:20 PM

Told you man don't feed the troll


Lol, very true!

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Posted 03 May 2014 - 06:43 AM

You guys are all over the freaking map and utterly confusing in your argument to prove your points so no one can believe or understand anything.  DBunk talks about how Gilman beat a #9 Good Counsel team in 2010 indicating Gilman was a great underdog.  But wasn't USA's ranking based mostly on previous years and that the Gilman - GC game that season was a season kickoff classic or very early season game?  But I recall Gilman in 2010 being ranked just as high if not higher than GC at season end.  However, wasn't that the season Calvert Hall tarnished the silver on the greyhounds with Darius and Bosco almost shut-out Gilman in a route again with the great Darius? If I can remember back that far and that Gilman-Bosco game, I thought Bosco looked very small up against Gilman but they spanked Gilman's natural rear end.

 

But back to that Gilman - GC game, that 28 - 7 Gilman win wasn't some game long hard fought nail bite affair.  That game was 28 - 7 at half time I believe and ended that way.  Hell, Gilman scored 21 of their points in just a couple minutes, indicative of freak plays.  Didn't Gilman score on the opening kickoff drive with Darius taking the ball into the end zone?

 

Then GA - gillytech talked about the 2010 Gilman-DeMatha game and again we are confused because it was at Hopkins, no it was in PG, no it was in the parking lot of Casino Live!. DM was supposedly the 1 team in the state and top 25 in the country.  Come on guys, that DM team lost to not only Gilman but also lost to Gonzaga, Good Counsel, and some other team from VA.  And if you had DM and 60-points against that VA team at CasinoLive, You Lost!  Moreover, even though DM won it's two previous games before losing to Gilman their 3rd game of the season, those other teams scored 30-plus points against DM.  And since Gilman also scored 35 points in the win but DM only managed 10 points, I would conclude it was Gilman's D that won the game or DM O that lost the game and not hardly just Darius' offensive output.

 

Gilman, you all are the best one can put on the field with nearly everyone at least a four-star talent, and whomever you play are out of this world when you both lose to them and beat them.  You Gilman guys can certainly hype the mediocre and mix the shyte to appear as Shinola!!!

 

See Colonel OLI Jessep, this is how heavyweights GA and The DayWalker go to blows.  Counter facts and conclusions with better facts and better thoughtful conclusions; and not the featherweight banter you so haphazardly toss about.  Step up your game Jessep!  And thanks GA for weighing-in to allow me to school the OLI one.

 

:D


Edited by DayWalker, 03 May 2014 - 07:56 AM.


#19 GREYHOUND ALUM

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Posted 03 May 2014 - 09:39 AM

You guys are all over the freaking map and utterly confusing in your argument to prove your points so no one can believe or understand anything. DBunk talks about how Gilman beat a #9 Good Counsel team in 2010 indicating Gilman was a great underdog. But wasn't USA's ranking based mostly on previous years and that the Gilman - GC game that season was a season kickoff classic or very early season game? But I recall Gilman in 2010 being ranked just as high if not higher than GC at season end. However, wasn't that the season Calvert Hall tarnished the silver on the greyhounds with Darius and Bosco almost shut-out Gilman in a route again with the great Darius? If I can remember back that far and that Gilman-Bosco game, I thought Bosco looked very small up against Gilman but they spanked Gilman's natural rear end.

But back to that Gilman - GC game, that 28 - 7 Gilman win wasn't some game long hard fought nail bite affair. That game was 28 - 7 at half time I believe and ended that way. Hell, Gilman scored 21 of their points in just a couple minutes, indicative of freak plays. Didn't Gilman score on the opening kickoff drive with Darius taking the ball into the end zone?

Then GA - gillytech talked about the 2010 Gilman-DeMatha game and again we are confused because it was at Hopkins, no it was in PG, no it was in the parking lot of Casino Live!. DM was supposedly the 1 team in the state and top 25 in the country. Come on guys, that DM team lost to not only Gilman but also lost to Gonzaga, Good Counsel, and some other team from VA. And if you had DM and 60-points against that VA team at CasinoLive, You Lost! Moreover, even though DM won it's two previous games before losing to Gilman their 3rd game of the season, those other teams scored 30-plus points against DM. And since Gilman also scored 35 points in the win but DM only managed 10 points, I would conclude it was Gilman's D that won the game or DM O that lost the game and not hardly just Darius' offensive output.

Gilman, you all are the best one can put on the field with nearly everyone at least a four-star talent, and whomever you play are out of this world when you both lose to them and beat them. You Gilman guys can certainly hype the mediocre and mix the shyte to appear as Shinola!!!

See Colonel OLI Jessep, this is how heavyweights GA and The DayWalker go to blows. Counter facts and conclusions with better facts and better thoughtful conclusions; and not the featherweight banter you so haphazardly toss about. Step up your game Jessep! And thanks GA for weighing-in to allow me to school the OLI one.

:D

I didn't even read your rant. But a little note, you might need to check your facts before posting. Jennings sophomore year wasn't 2010. So instead, try actually reading the post and research a little better. So I suggest, delete the previous post and go back to google or Maxpreps and start over. You just wasted probably 20 mins of your life on a bogus ill informed post just to be negative. The day is too nice for negativity. Have yourself some bourbon or a mint julep and enjoy the Derby. You will be a much happier person!

Edited by GREYHOUND ALUM, 03 May 2014 - 09:43 AM.


#20 eaglesinsider

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Posted 03 May 2014 - 11:49 AM

I'd like to hear GA admit ONCE, just ONCE, that Gilman was whipped. No excuses, no "what ifs." Gilman had the dog beat out of them and they would have had the dog beat out of them no matter what. There's always an excuse. Gilman could lose by 100 to someone and there'd still be an excuse.






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