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Pop Warner Super Bowl scores
« on: December 08, 2013, 07:51:40 AM »
Surprise....Florida went 4-0 with a combined 139-26 total. Division 1 teams play today.

http://www.popwarnersb.com/13superbowl/saturdayscores.asp

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Re: Pop Warner Super Bowl scores
« Reply #1 on: December 09, 2013, 07:52:37 AM »
Florida went 3-1 in Division 1 games yesterday outscoring 74-26. Now 7-1 to start the SB.

http://www.popwarnersb.com/13superbowl/sundayscores.asp

That MD team must be pretty daRN GOOD.

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Re: Pop Warner Super Bowl scores
« Reply #2 on: December 09, 2013, 08:01:03 AM »
Florida went 3-1 in Division 1 games yesterday outscoring 74-26. Now 7-1 to start the SB.

http://www.popwarnersb.com/13superbowl/sundayscores.asp

That MD team must be pretty daRN GOOD.


White Oak has been there before.  I did chains for the game and honestly wasn't that impressed with either team.  Richmond got behind and looked like they just fell apart.  The other team was much larger also, Richmond was tall and skinny and quick but White Oak did a good job of slowing the game down and just pounding them.

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Re: Pop Warner Super Bowl scores
« Reply #3 on: December 09, 2013, 08:53:01 AM »
White Oak is the new Oak Grove. They have been the most dominant association over the last 10 years. They are always unbelievably talented. They are also accused by many to not be fond of following rules. I wasn't surprised to see Richmond get beat. That association has taken a big step back since Coach Eddie(won a few national titles and put together some very disciplined teams) left for a different association.

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Re: Pop Warner Super Bowl scores
« Reply #4 on: December 09, 2013, 10:38:27 PM »
White Oak is the new Oak Grove. They have been the most dominant association over the last 10 years. They are always unbelievably talented. They are also accused by many to not be fond of following rules. I wasn't surprised to see Richmond get beat. That association has taken a big step back since Coach Eddie(won a few national titles and put together some very disciplined teams) left for a different association.

Yea they came out (white oak) and lined up facing Richmond and coach said what are we?  And everyone put their fingers in the air and said #1!  then he said something else and they all lowered their hands and pointed at Richmond and shot like a gun.  They seem very cocky.
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Re: Pop Warner Super Bowl scores
« Reply #5 on: December 09, 2013, 11:05:22 PM »
Yea they came out (white oak) and lined up facing Richmond and coach said what are we?  And everyone put their fingers in the air and said #1!  then he said something else and they all lowered their hands and pointed at Richmond and shot like a gun.  They seem very cocky.

Lol!  That is pretty funny.  Do they run the WT?  I've seen a bad ass White Oak WT team.
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Re: Pop Warner Super Bowl scores
« Reply #6 on: December 09, 2013, 11:08:06 PM »
Yea they came out (white oak) and lined up facing Richmond and coach said what are we?  And everyone put their fingers in the air and said #1!  then he said something else and they all lowered their hands and pointed at Richmond and shot like a gun.  They seem very cocky.
They are but they back it up. They had a team 3 peat. The only association ever to do it. They have won more than one title in the same season.

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Re: Pop Warner Super Bowl scores
« Reply #7 on: December 10, 2013, 02:40:45 PM »
then he said something else and they all lowered their hands and pointed at Richmond and shot like a gun.

Oh brother...

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Re: Pop Warner Super Bowl scores
« Reply #8 on: December 10, 2013, 04:04:14 PM »
http://www.popwarnersb.com/13superbowl/tuesdayscores.asp

West Orange went as far as their talent could take them....they lost to a much better team.

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Re: Pop Warner Super Bowl scores
« Reply #9 on: December 10, 2013, 04:10:08 PM »
Yea they came out (white oak) and lined up facing Richmond and coach said what are we?  And everyone put their fingers in the air and said #1!  then he said something else and they all lowered their hands and pointed at Richmond and shot like a gun. 

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Re: Pop Warner Super Bowl scores
« Reply #10 on: December 11, 2013, 12:41:39 PM »
29 games so far seperated by 3 TD's or more.  Seems like this is the case every year.  How can pop warner make the tournament more competitive? 

IMO the first thing they should do is have a national standard for division classification.  Their appears to be a huge gap between what one region considers D2/D1 & what another considers D2/D1. 

I'm not exactly sure how to fix it, but w/ this many blowout games, i really think something needs to change.  I know you cant completely fix it, but i think they could improve it somehow and make the tourney more competitive. 
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Re: Pop Warner Super Bowl scores
« Reply #11 on: December 11, 2013, 01:02:42 PM »
Jake

My experience has been when you get to the National Level there is a disparity of coaching. The early rounds you see many mismatches, we won quite a few 50-0 games in the early rounds. It wasn't a talent issue rather a coaching issue.

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Re: Pop Warner Super Bowl scores
« Reply #12 on: December 11, 2013, 01:13:50 PM »
Jake

My experience has been when you get to the National Level there is a disparity of coaching. The early rounds you see many mismatches, we won quite a few 50-0 games in the early rounds. It wasn't a talent issue rather a coaching issue.

Joe

I could see that.  I've only watched a couple games, haven't seen all of them.  The Jensen Beach Gilroy game was like the 49ers VS. some Juco though.  Huge talent discrepancy. 

Anyhow just trying to think of ways to make it more competitive.  The VA Beach VS Far West game thats coming on in a minute should be a barn burner. 
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Re: Pop Warner Super Bowl scores
« Reply #13 on: December 11, 2013, 02:08:42 PM »
Man, Far West is a machine!  Power T & Power I.  5-4 on defense. 

VA Beach for whatever reason doesn't really stick w/ their DW. 
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Re: Pop Warner Super Bowl scores
« Reply #14 on: December 11, 2013, 02:52:53 PM »
I could see that.  I've only watched a couple games, haven't seen all of them.  The Jensen Beach Gilroy game was like the 49ers VS. some Juco though.  Huge talent discrepancy. 


It was the Gulf of Mexico.

Jensen Beach had good coaching no disrespect there, but man almost anyone could have taken that team and won that game.   The kids could have coached themselves and won.   

#5 is all that and a bag of chips.   I know it's really hard to predict future performance based on little league play, but I would bet the mortgage he goes D1 if football is his primary sport (unless he is an older lighter or just freakishly matured fast - didn't look the body type though).

They kept punting and kicking to him!   It was insane.   The kid is 3 steps faster than anyone on the field, with crazy moves to boot.    Watch Gale Sayers highlights.   That's him in a nutshell.   

They get him the ball deep and to the outside (not even that quickly most of time).   If you aren't 3 steps outside he is going to run around you and beat you up the sideline.   

If you have it strung out, he literally can weave through you like he is in the Matrix and you are in slow motion.       

Even if they didn't have #5 though, it was still no contest.   They could have lost their 3 best players and it still wouldn't have mattered one lick.   

They were just bigger, stronger, faster and more athletic at too many positions.   They had a DL OL match up where the poor kid couldn't block him even for a second the whole game.    He got his hands on him, but the kid just shoved him to the side or pushed him off and ran straight to the ball like he wasn't there.   Didn't even slow his pursuit whatsoever.