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Parents / Players / Re: Family
« Last post by Monster on Today at 04:01:21 PM »
A coaching buddy of mine up here in Michigan just took a job down there. Not sure why. Haha

Tim Swore. The new head coach of Faith Christian Academy in Orlando.

What made him so mad?
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General Discussion / Re: Atmosphere matters
« Last post by mahonz on Today at 03:11:41 PM »
Atmosphere does matter. These Ads embedded in text strings have got to go !
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General Discussion / Re: ???
« Last post by angalton on Today at 02:14:44 PM »
Everything is great and I still have some background.
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General Discussion / Re: Atmosphere matters
« Last post by Wing-n-It on Today at 12:00:24 PM »
What can help is for a channel to do a reality show on Mikes team. Call it "The best tears of my life". combat the damage that Friday night tykes have done.

We need a small camera crew and shop this thing around. somebody will bite.
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General Discussion / Re: Atmosphere matters
« Last post by CoachDP on Today at 11:10:58 AM »
I really believe the way we turn things around is through the coaches of this game.

Exactly. This ^

--Dave
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Considering how many orgs made the switch,  I would be shocked if unlimited isn't at nationals.

That’s what i’m hoping. Seems like they have to, but I could see them just settling w/ a diluted tournament.
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Don't know about unlimited.  I know D3 will no longer go.  But what's in it for you?  I mean, it's always seemed to be important to you to go, but you always seem to be in a league/conference/division that isn't eligible.  You're more than good enough to coach a national championship team but the only thing you can do is win the games on your schedule.

--Dave

Well, since my son is on the team, would be a really fun experience for our family. My oldest son should have gone, but got burned.

Aside from that, as a competitor you always want to face the best. We’d be HEAVY underdogs cuz we’d likely go in D1 & many of my best players are small & one year younger than division limit. But that would also add to the fun.

Lastly it would be great for our ORG. The recruiting just coming off a local D1 title has gone well, I imagine we’d see quite the uptick if we went to Florida.

Oh also one of my best players dad works in the NBA. And this will almost certainly be their last season in our area. So would be nice to go this year while they’re still here.
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General Discussion / Re: Atmosphere matters
« Last post by CoachBrian on Today at 10:18:19 AM »
That kind of atmosphere is what is needed to turn things around and make youth football relevant again.  The problem is that for every one of us here that try to create an atmosphere like that, there are 10 other coaches that are destroying the game.  I really believe the way we turn things around is through the coaches of this game.
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General Discussion / Re: Update From TAMUC
« Last post by spidermac on Today at 09:33:14 AM »
Oh good lord...I hope not...I listened to about 30 seconds of that and my ears started to bleed :P
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Anyone in the Stafford/Fredericksburg, VA area, we are holding our 10th annual youth football camp on Saturday, June 29th from 10am-2pm.  Along with youth football coaches, we will have high school football coaches and players helping at the camp, along with a few coaches and players from an area semi-pro team.  Also, we will have a special guest speaker at the camp.....WR DaeSean Hamilton of the Denver Broncos!  DaeSean is a native of Stafford, VA.  After graduating from Mountain View HS in Stafford, he went on to become the career receptions leader at Penn State, before being drafted by the Broncos in the 2018 NFL draft.

DaeSean is taking time out of his busy schedule in Denver to fly back to his hometown to speak to the kids at the camp.  The camp is for boys and girls between the ages of 6-14 years old.  It's a non-contact camp and costs just $25.  If you know anyone in the area that might be interested in attending the camp, here is the link to more info - https://staffordfootball.com/shopping/youth-camp.html

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