MD starts out as national#1 in High School Football America

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Re: MD starts out as national#1 in High School Football America

Postby BBB » Mon Aug 06, 2018 11:16 pm

CIF can’t stop it. For the most part, MD & Bosco are simply doing what others do with the difference being the larger scale in which MD & Bosco do it.

You’re right though about the Trinity League, so why not move the Trinity out of CIF and have them play other national teams (like Gorman and DLS)?



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Re: MD starts out as national#1 in High School Football America

Postby Miklo » Tue Aug 07, 2018 1:08 am

SK80 wrote:Here is how So Cal Prep Insider sees it here in the southland going with MD as #1. Seems like the polls are split on #1 and its good we play these games... :thumbsup:

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I suppose you can say MD is defending #1 until they are beaten. Many think the seniority of SJB will prevail this time around when matched against MD. OLU has Hilinski believers and seeing MV as a OC public this high is impressive yet again. I've been telling you all about Cajon! As LBP many of you are saying they are no longer relevant almost a joke bother there are at #10. --:--


This is so off, MD only has 6 starters coming back this year and they think that's the same team. Are you serious ? This MD team is nothing close to what it was last year. Especially the drama going on there now...its all bad up there. Bosco will win everything this year. MD will put up a fight but because the lack of talent this year, won't have enough play makers to compete with Bosco.

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Re: MD starts out as national#1 in High School Football America

Postby BBB » Wed Aug 08, 2018 11:16 am

Despite the drama, I have a feeling MD is built in a way that they can compete with and even beat Bosco. Look at the transfers they’ve brought in to replace those lost starters; they reloaded with some impressive talent.

MD’s secondary is lights out and they will give their front time to get to DJ. Will Bosco’s Colby Bowman finally show up in a big game? The challenge is stopping Bosco’s run game. Losing Chad Johnson will hurt Bosco too.

And while Bosco has an impressive d-line, Bryce Young’s elusiveness might extend plays long enough for MD to have an effective passing attack. Just not sure how well MD can run the ball.

Will be interesting to see how they really look once the season begins. Looking forward to this being the kind of matchup we all hope for!

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Re: MD starts out as national#1 in High School Football America

Postby WantTheNFLBack714 » Sun Aug 12, 2018 8:37 pm

Bosco is returning 14 starters, while MD is returning 6 starters right?

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Re: MD starts out as national#1 in High School Football America

Postby SK80 » Sun Aug 12, 2018 8:42 pm

Wanting the NFL..., good point in past present realm..., today's transfer environment can negate that logic..... lose all the seniors you want just replace them with equal caliber players from wherever. This ain't old school high school football anymore.

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