So far in this thread alone you have blamed it on everything from coaching, to the blue man group, to players attitude. But, most of us on this board know you are a boy that cried wolf kind of poster. Last year you were saying the same things about Bosco early on, then driving the bandwagon when they went on their run.
This sound familiar?
"This win says Bosco can compete with anybody," Hawkins said. "Yeah, I thought we were going to win by more, that our margin would be bigger. But 34-33 - can't argue with that." - Chandler Hawkins
If this is the mentality Bosco players have than I'm worried for them when they run into teams like Mater Dei, or even Mission Viejo.
Yep, you sound the same. Same line of BS, different season. You're right, this Bosco team is not the same but unfortunately you are.
Lies on the spot? These are your words Tommy, sorry if you don't like them. When you flip flop more than a politician during primary season you have to expect to be called out on it.
Here is another good one from last season.
"Even if it is a DLS/Bosco match-up it will be DLS-Servite 2010. Bosco couldn't stop OLU's run, what makes you think they'll be successful against DLS"
Then after Bosco won you proceeded to throw it in the face of other Trinity fans like you predicted Bosco would win. Then of course, you predicted Mater Dei would "drill" Bosco this year.
Just get off our sacks, we don't need your fake ass drama queen posts every time we play. If these things make you sad, then think before you post and stop stirring the pot.
How about this...what would you do with the offense you say can't run and has receivers that can't catch? Other than move a safety over to WR that is know for his inability to make consistent catches. (that's why he plays defense)
However, the fact that he didn't play, even a down (according to reports anyways) I would hope they punish the staff or AD in some way and not the team. They gained no advantage by him suiting up and sitting on the sideline.
Every win is huge in the Trinity League, it would be wrong to take away one when they had no competitive advantage by suiting him up. I would hope SM wouldn't even want a win that way.
You're full of it. How can you deny what I said about Bosco? Even if it came across harsh, there's some truth to it.
For the sake of the players on both teams, lets pray the football gods intervene and make sure the CIF gets this one right, so we can all move on to what's going to be another great weekend of Trinity League Football.
John Q. Public
That said, once again I have ZERO confidence in CIF and their decision making ability..so not sure where this will end up?
Lastly, I would assume SM has the ability to refuse the W should the CIF drop the ball, as I recall an OC team being involved in something similar a few years back in another sport.
Good luck vs OLu - should be a great game.
J Serra is like the Kansas City Royals, a team on a mission. Don't overlook the underdog.
hit the lights