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rocketsurgery

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  1. This is more than a stretch. It's a false narrative.
  2. Royal Center representin'! You go, Jack!
  3. That's true, but for comparison's sake, you'd also have to only count the other team's players since 2009 as well .
  4. You guys crack me up Jack is finesse? I have it on good authority that the holdover defensive players have already nicknamed Jack Dru Kiser.
  5. In the latest rankings by 247 sports Kiser jumped 481 spots to number 191 and #13 OLB recruit in the country
  6. I totally agree. It's interesting to note the other All Americans on this list that Kiser beat out. Guys going to Bama, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, Penn State, etc..
  7. http://www.maxpreps.com/news/zgj_yIXhqEaOwaVE-CMqpg/2018-maxpreps-small-schools-all-american-football-team.htm
  8. He was on with Dakich today. https://omny.fm/shows/the-dan-dakich-show/mr-football-and-state-champion-jack-kiser?fbclid=IwAR0VSzLTzl97tYbQFyZp3hhP-1Z9Pqy8QoYsmG2GWnZRo0vr8oW_GU0KF_w Understatement to say Dan was impressed.
  9. I think that is dependent on the school providing the scholly. In this instance the student would not be receiving any aid from said school. The scholly money comes from Lilly. Furthermore, the money would go with him regardless where he went. If an athlete is recruited and plays football or basketball, he or she may not receive institutional financial aid without becoming a counter and counting against the scholarship limits. Outside aid like federal Pell grants or state grants would be allowed, but the athlete could not receive any of the need and even academic aid a school offers.
  10. BTW, he also won the Lilly foundation scholarship which, if he decides to accept it, might actually free up an ND roster spot.
  11. He won over some extremely talented players including David Bell and Karlaftis
  12. That article has Michigan ahead of both ND ( who beat them ) AND Ohio State (who curb stomped them), Sorry, but no.
  13. I know everybody looks at 2012. Well 2012 was a perfect shitstorm. Alabama at that time had something like 40 analysts on salary. I think we had 3. When you've got that big of a discrepancy in assets, and they've got a month to prepare, you've got problems. We've made a bunch of support and infrastructure changes since then. Chin up, bucko. We're good.
  14. In which of their games we would we not be the favored team?
  15. NO, I think we would be 12-0. The best team on their schedule we beat last year in a bowl game. They haven't played Georgia yet.
  16. Louisville Arkansas State Louisiana Lafayette The Citadel? look at that murderer's row
  17. Our schedule was better than theirs. Only team in the country with 10 victories over Power 5 teams, and 12 wins over FBS opponents.
  18. I think a lot of it is the amount of RPOs we run, especially on 1st and 2nd down. Guys like Banks and Liam are power blockers -- they want to drive the guy off the line, but in the RPO scheme you can't as you have to stay within 3 yards of the LOS. When we got straight power, we're pretty good. But the RPO scheme requires a bit more of a finesse technique. It's definitely something we can get better at, but I would also like to see a bit more hat on hat drive their d*cks in dirt blocking.
  19. Jack Kiser's team wins state for second straight year. ( 60 -0) They broke the all-time record for points in a season scoring 936 in 15 games. At last count, they were leading the nation in scoring at a little over 62 points per game. They had 11 shutouts, gave up 39 points in 15 games ( 2.6 per) They had running clocks in 11 games -- including one in the first quarter. Broke the record for largest average victory margin ( 59 points per game) Jack finished second in scoring all-time in the history of the state. He ran 177 times for 2109 yards ( 11. 9/carry) and 44 tds. Passed 62 0f 94 (66%) for 1183 yards and 18 TDS with 2 picks. He totaled 159 tackles on defense ( 10.6 /game) He had 7 interceptions, caused 6 fumbles, recovered 5 - 1 int and 1 fumble recovered returned for TD. Punted 5 times ( avg. 37.4). returned 20 punts for an avg of 20 yards per. In the running to possibly be the first 1A player in Indiana history to win Mr Football.
  20. Who was the last coach at ND to have two undefeated, untied regular seasons in their time here? Answer: Frank Leahy
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