sammy swordsman wrote: He avoided turning the ball over which would have been more than the beleaguered Friar defense would have been able to bear.
Wow, how did he get away with putting on a uniform and playing? News flash, coaches do not throw interceptions or drop the footballs!
I don't even know why I am taking the time to reply to your idiotic post.
In a (most likely futile) effort to help educate you so that you do not embarrass yourself further, I will try to simply things for you. Everyone else understands what I meant, except you, so let me splain it for you.
Good observation by you that the O-coordinator was and is not on the field with a uniform, and playing, nor did he throw interceptions or drop footballs.
Newsflash: Good offensive coordinators, however, understand down and distance, the feel for the game, and their players capabilities matched with the defense. Unlike his predecessor (@2006 O-coordinator), Mitchell did not call plays that had a poor risk reward, and would have increased the chances that his players, with uniforms, on the field, throwing and running with the football, would have turned the ball over.
Do yourself a favor and spend time this summer reading a few books on the basics of football so that you will be able to provide some intelligent observations come Sept.
If you have a reading and retention problem, then do all of us a favor and follow a non Trinity League team until you can elevate your game to the level of Pac 5 posters. [/quote]
Everything is about the adults with you, it is high school football, get a clue!