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Re: PN-G Vs College Station 1pm Sat Turner Stadium Humble
« Reply #50 on: December 03, 2017, 06:05:21 PM »
Indianfan this is what I thought this was about discussion I value you inputs  every week I don't think this was about anything you said. Keep up the good discussion. You make make intelligent comments IMO
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Re: PN-G Vs College Station 1pm Sat Turner Stadium Humble
« Reply #51 on: December 03, 2017, 07:12:04 PM »
I made two games this weekend and came away disappointed in both end results.

1. PAM v. Temple.  First, PV A&M has a nice stadium.  A beautiful first class stadium.  It was my first time visiting the campus of PV A&M.  The stadium is brand new.  Terrific lighting, beautiful field turf, and not a bad seat from where I sat on the 30 yard line.  The deep/royal purple on the sidelines and in the end zones were sharp looks on that field turf.  Major thumbs-up to PV A&M for a beautiful facility.  I can't imagine why more high schools don't choose that venue.  Second, thumbs up to the PAM crowd.  Nice crowd from PA.  Good numbers.  The game was great.  Lots of big plays, e.g., kick-off returns, big runs, big pass plays.  PAM left it all on the field.  I'd like to see Temple's 2nd TD in the first half on slo-mo replay.  I'm not sure the Temple WR was in bounds.  Looked like he ran through the end zone and did not get a foot down.  PAM got beat with seconds left.  #3 from Temple was an amazing athlete.  Long pass plays all night and a big KO return.  Sorry for the PAM faithful.  Great game, terrible outcome.  PAM QB #7 = warrior.  Tough kid.  Temple hit him all night long and he kept getting up and making the next play.  #25 for PAM never really got going.  Question for PAM fans/coaches, why not get the kid in open space more?  Running the zone/read sweep and up the middle are not  the strengths of #25.  In college, throw him a swing pass and he'll be dynamite.  WR #13 for PAM was small in size, but he played BIG...he caught everything...and his KO return was awesome.

2. PN-G v. College Station.  CS was bigger, stronger, and faster across the board.  PN-G had no answer for CS QB #1.  Fastest/quickest kid on the field...maybe the best player PN-G played all season.  Tulsa is getting a steal recruiting this kid.  He easily beat PN-G to the perimeter and on scrambles, he was quicker/faster than anyone PN-G had on the field.  CS O-Line and D-Line controlled the line of scrimmage.  Big and physical in the trenches.  CS RB had no trouble getting to the second level.  When QB hit the second level, he was gone to the end zone.  PN-G needed its best game of the year and it just wasn't meant to be.  That's OK.  Sometimes the other team is just better than you.  That was the case yesterday.  PN-G played hard, didn't quit, and I walked away thinking, (a) we need better defense, and (b) even if we had a better defense yesterday, I'm not sure the outcome would have been different.  Proud of the PN-G kids for playing with great effort and keeping their composure.  Hold your heads high...you played the game the right way and never gave up.  Thanks to all of the PN-G kids and coaches for a great ride in 2017.  I enjoyed watching the TC game at NRG and yesterday's game vs. CS in Humble.  I'm thinking of going to the FB Marshall vs. CS game.  I'm wondering if FB Marshall has enough on defense to contain CS QB #1.  That little guy was amazing vs. PN-G.  Little, but fast and tough.

Go Indians.  Great season.  Peace.
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Re: PN-G Vs College Station 1pm Sat Turner Stadium Humble
« Reply #52 on: December 03, 2017, 11:30:16 PM »
I made two games this weekend and came away disappointed in both end results.

1. PAM v. Temple.  First, PV A&M has a nice stadium.  A beautiful first class stadium.  It was my first time visiting the campus of PV A&M.  The stadium is brand new.  Terrific lighting, beautiful field turf, and not a bad seat from where I sat on the 30 yard line.  The deep/royal purple on the sidelines and in the end zones were sharp looks on that field turf.  Major thumbs-up to PV A&M for a beautiful facility.  I can't imagine why more high schools don't choose that venue.  Second, thumbs up to the PAM crowd.  Nice crowd from PA.  Good numbers.  The game was great.  Lots of big plays, e.g., kick-off returns, big runs, big pass plays.  PAM left it all on the field.  I'd like to see Temple's 2nd TD in the first half on slo-mo replay.  I'm not sure the Temple WR was in bounds.  Looked like he ran through the end zone and did not get a foot down.  PAM got beat with seconds left.  #3 from Temple was an amazing athlete.  Long pass plays all night and a big KO return.  Sorry for the PAM faithful.  Great game, terrible outcome.  PAM QB #7 = warrior.  Tough kid.  Temple hit him all night long and he kept getting up and making the next play.  #25 for PAM never really got going.  Question for PAM fans/coaches, why not get the kid in open space more?  Running the zone/read sweep and up the middle are not  the strengths of #25.  In college, throw him a swing pass and he'll be dynamite.  WR #13 for PAM was small in size, but he played BIG...he caught everything...and his KO return was awesome.

2. PN-G v. College Station.  CS was bigger, stronger, and faster across the board.  PN-G had no answer for CS QB #1.  Fastest/quickest kid on the field...maybe the best player PN-G played all season.  Tulsa is getting a steal recruiting this kid.  He easily beat PN-G to the perimeter and on scrambles, he was quicker/faster than anyone PN-G had on the field.  CS O-Line and D-Line controlled the line of scrimmage.  Big and physical in the trenches.  CS RB had no trouble getting to the second level.  When QB hit the second level, he was gone to the end zone.  PN-G needed its best game of the year and it just wasn't meant to be.  That's OK.  Sometimes the other team is just better than you.  That was the case yesterday.  PN-G played hard, didn't quit, and I walked away thinking, (a) we need better defense, and (b) even if we had a better defense yesterday, I'm not sure the outcome would have been different.  Proud of the PN-G kids for playing with great effort and keeping their composure.  Hold your heads high...you played the game the right way and never gave up.  Thanks to all of the PN-G kids and coaches for a great ride in 2017.  I enjoyed watching the TC game at NRG and yesterday's game vs. CS in Humble.  I'm thinking of going to the FB Marshall vs. CS game.  I'm wondering if FB Marshall has enough on defense to contain CS QB #1.  That little guy was amazing vs. PN-G.  Little, but fast and tough.

Go Indians.  Great season.  Peace.
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Re: PN-G Vs College Station 1pm Sat Turner Stadium Humble
« Reply #53 on: December 03, 2017, 11:39:45 PM »
usetocould...  the CS Band was not at the game. They were at competition per the CS announcer. Those that were on the field were previous year and some underclassmen volunteering
I must have been at the concession stand during the announcement.  My main point is that two unusually good/deep teams are brand new schools. I don't believe there isn't some maneuvering of the student body to be in 5A and to provide the best athletes. Example Manvel separating from Alvis who has been not so good for the last several years.

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Re: PN-G Vs College Station 1pm Sat Turner Stadium Humble
« Reply #54 on: December 04, 2017, 05:49:10 PM »
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I must have been at the concession stand during the announcement.  My main point is that two unusually good/deep teams are brand new schools. I don't believe there isn't some maneuvering of the student body to be in 5A and to provide the best athletes. Example Manvel separating from Alvis who has been not so good for the last several years.

Ahh...  okay, got it.  I believe College Station Independent School District only has two high schools (CSHS and A&M Consolidated) and both participate in 5A.  Check out these stats from the CSHS website:
 
2016 was just our 3rd season competing in a UIL District

14-1 Record, 5A State Semi-Finalist

3rd Consecutive Playoff Appearance (3 for 3)

Back-to-Back District Championships

#1 Offense in 18-5A (432 yds/game, 46.2 points/game)

#1 Defense in 18-5A (265 yds/game, 14.7 points/game)

J.V. Undefeated District Champions (10-0)

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Re: PN-G Vs College Station 1pm Sat Turner Stadium Humble
« Reply #55 on: December 05, 2017, 08:55:31 AM »
Kind of puts things into prospective  cross the river to the west and, with the exception of WOS, No area teams do well

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Re: PN-G Vs College Station 1pm Sat Turner Stadium Humble
« Reply #56 on: December 05, 2017, 04:39:25 PM »
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I must have been at the concession stand during the announcement.  My main point is that two unusually good/deep teams are brand new schools. I don't believe there isn't some maneuvering of the student body to be in 5A and to provide the best athletes. Example Manvel separating from Alvis who has been not so good for the last several years.
College View. That's the third high school with no UIL sports. They do have choir at least. That draws a different type student away from the other schools.

Ahh...  okay, got it.  I believe College Station Independent School District only has two high schools (CSHS and A&M Consolidated) and both participate in 5A.  Check out these stats from the CSHS website:
 
2016 was just our 3rd season competing in a UIL District

14-1 Record, 5A State Semi-Finalist

3rd Consecutive Playoff Appearance (3 for 3)

Back-to-Back District Championships

#1 Offense in 18-5A (432 yds/game, 46.2 points/game)

#1 Defense in 18-5A (265 yds/game, 14.7 points/game)

J.V. Undefeated District Champions (10-0)

9th Grade Undefeated District Champions (9-0)

32 Wins in First 3 Seasons, 9 Playoff Games
College View. That's the third high school with no UIL sports. They do have choir at least. That draws a different type student away from the other schools
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Re: PN-G Vs College Station 1pm Sat Turner Stadium Humble
« Reply #57 on: December 05, 2017, 04:50:16 PM »
I think it's possible for a few GTriangle schools to win state. I just don't expect it. Especially if PNG were to drop down to 4A for some reason (I know it's not that close) they would be closer to a Carthage or WoS football would not suffer from the loss of students IMO.  I love PNG for the community. Even though I love football it's not just for the football I participate when possible.  :angel:

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Re: PN-G Vs College Station 1pm Sat Turner Stadium Humble
« Reply #58 on: December 07, 2017, 09:58:04 PM »
Wouldn't have mattered, but that first TD should have been ruled a fumble and touchback.


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Re: PN-G Vs College Station 1pm Sat Turner Stadium Humble
« Reply #59 on: December 18, 2017, 02:57:31 PM »
Yes it was a fumble.  I love the hustle by PNG on that play.
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