watchersince68 wrote:Seems like in the course of a week Mater Dei goes from #1 in the world to just another
good high school football team. I said this game is cyclical and changes year to year
sometimes week to week. The loss of your QB, Oline, 3 receivers and D standouts will
change everything and your guys cried all year for nothing. Wa, Wa Wa, even Servite
will stand a chance next year. Who are "WE" going to moan about next year? Let's
start the new year off right.
My prediction is that MD is going to outperform SJB in the transfer arena to the extent that no matter how much talent graduates, they'll be the team to beat next year, and possibly for a few years or more. I'd like to be wrong, but I think they'll dominate as much in '18 as they did in '17. Transfers in D. 1 are going forward pedal to the metal, and it might just be that they'll have to search the nation for a close game. When the Monarch powers that be committed to this new direction it figured, with their tradition, alumni, and general wherewithal, that they'd be able to do it better than anyone else, by far.
I'll be watching the off season with interest in this connection (there's nothing else for me to do...everyone has already transferred out of Crespi...). HSFB at the top has become a bad car accident and I have this unhealthy urge to look at it as I drive by.