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Offline Dimson

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Re: 2017 Season
« Reply #105 on: November 11, 2017, 01:11:09 PM »
The team you are playing was pretty much APK in a different color uniform with all the kids they took from there. That defense is legit.

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Re: 2017 Season
« Reply #106 on: November 13, 2017, 02:39:57 PM »
Joe - tough ending but you did a great job with those guys and the experience your underclassmen got this season will pay dividends in the future.

Now as far as talent / competitive balance - time to give ole' Uncle Luke a call and take advantage of those transfer rules  :P
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Re: 2017 Season
« Reply #107 on: November 13, 2017, 02:58:47 PM »
Joe - tough ending but you did a great job with those guys and the experience your underclassmen got this season will pay dividends in the future.

Now as far as talent / competitive balance - time to give ole' Uncle Luke a call and take advantage of those transfer rules  :P
The part that is going to make it hard is Joe's rival school is back to being good again so the kids who would have jumped to his school are now staying put.

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Re: 2017 Season
« Reply #108 on: November 13, 2017, 04:22:57 PM »
G

Thanks, it was a struggle. We could use some of those Miami players.

D

When you look at it, Orange County has no restrictions on the transfer rules while Seminole County does. Orange county whipped everyone's tail Friday night. The rival you are talking about got their tails whipped too.

The team that whipped us Friday night had 11 transfers in their 40 man squad. Our team has more bodies but way less talent. Their lock down Corner just committed to Missouri. They had 7 D1 players on that defense.

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Re: 2017 Season
« Reply #109 on: November 13, 2017, 04:48:40 PM »
G

Thanks, it was a struggle. We could use some of those Miami players.

D

When you look at it, Orange County has no restrictions on the transfer rules while Seminole County does. Orange county whipped everyone's tail Friday night. The rival you are talking about got their tails whipped too.

The team that whipped us Friday night had 11 transfers in their 40 man squad. Our team has more bodies but way less talent. Their lock down Corner just committed to Missouri. They had 7 D1 players on that defense.

Joe

Yeah they did get whipped. I didn't think they would win, but man they got handled. So what are the restrictions that Seminole has as opposed to Volusia or Orange Counties? I thought the whole state is the same?

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Re: 2017 Season
« Reply #110 on: November 13, 2017, 05:27:26 PM »
C

State rules are State rules; however if a county declares a school closed or only with a few openings then transferring becomes difficult. In Orange County you can live anywhere in the State & request to go to school. In Seminole, if you live in the school district all is fine, if you don't you can only go there if they have an opening.

So, if a player wants to come to our school they have move into the district. Same for all Seminole Schools.

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Re: 2017 Season
« Reply #111 on: November 13, 2017, 05:49:27 PM »
C

State rules are State rules; however if a county declares a school closed or only with a few openings then transferring becomes difficult. In Orange County you can live anywhere in the State & request to go to school. In Seminole, if you live in the school district all is fine, if you don't you can only go there if they have an opening.

So, if a player wants to come to our school they have move into the district. Same for all Seminole Schools.

Joe

Thanks for clearing that up for me. That definitely puts you at a disadvantage for sure.