PN-G bamatex

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  1. PNG@Dayton

    I don't think anybody's crossed the line yet, but I wanted to nip it in the bud before anybody does.
  2. PNG@Dayton

    A quick reminder that the forum rules bar singling out or ridiculing players.
  3. PNG@Dayton

    You see this a lot in the recruiting at the college level. When the spread became the norm in Texas, we stopped producing top quality defensive linemen at the same level as other states that haven't embraced it. If you look at a map of where the best defensive linemen in the country come from, the top producing states are all in SEC country, where we still play 'grown man football' from Pop Warner to the pros, followed by the B1G states. Texas produces some incredible quarterbacks and players at the skills positions, but we just don't shell out a lot of super talented players on the D-Line. We do put up a lot of talent in our secondaries (I can't be a good Alabama fan and forget the likes of Tony Brown and Deionte Thompson), but that's also a product of a state where pass-prolific offenses reign supreme. Southeast Texas is a little bit of an exception to the rule with the likes of WO-S and Nederland. But Faircloth's not a product of the Golden Triangle football academy. He cut his teeth at places like Odessa Permian, where Mack Brown's spread offense is the law of the land. For what it's worth, I'm hopeful Jimbo Fisher will change some of that. But if he does, it'll take a while.
  4. PNG@Dayton

    We talked a lot this year about PN-G's 72-69 win over Crosby in the playoffs last year. Seems it wasn't that long ago that PN-G beat Dayton 42-41, or something like that, in the first round of the playoffs. As I recall, somebody went back and looked it up. That was the Indians' first win over the Broncos since 1947. Lots of history between these two. It was my freshman year of high school, 2007, when PN-G beat Lumberton, who beat Dayton, who beat PN-G, splitting the district championship three ways. I seem to recall PN-G losing to Dayton in the first round of the playoffs around 2014 or so (at Lamar, maybe). I wasn't there, but I've heard stories about PN-G's first round loss to Dayton in 1998 with Dustin Long at quarterback. Everyone remembers Mr. Long's playoff run the following year. Given Dayton's history, it's unfortunate to see how they're doing in the post-Stewart era. Still don't want to count them out, though. Never know what a game against the Broncos is going to look like. I'll call it for the Indians, but not by more than two possessions.
  5. Week 7 Games

    By high school football board standards, political forum standards or youth football league standards?
  6. Port Neches-Groves 48 Crosby 45/FINAL

    Oh, I hear you. I just enjoy trolling Nederland, and it’s really easy to do on this subject. If PN-G and Crosby have a rivalry in the making, I’d say it looks a lot less like our rivalries with Nederland and TJ and a lot more like the pseudo-rivalries we had with WO-S and Beaumont Central. It’s not a rivalry built out of genuine hate and decades of history, it’s a rivalry built out of genuine competition year in and year out. I’d bet good money that PN-G and Crosby are going to be in the same district for a several seasons to come, so I guess we’ll see where it goes. But if we’re gonna have a rivalry, we’re gonna start it off right with me pointing out that we played Crosby three times when I was in high school and we won 29-28, 37-7 and 38-7, respectively. That first score was one of the only three wins we scored in Matt Burnett’s last season, as I recall. The Cougars were more like kitty-cats back then.
  7. Port Neches-Groves 48 Crosby 45/FINAL

    Wait, all-time records matter in rivalries? Cue the Nederland posters in 3... 2... 1...
  8. Port Neches-Groves 48 Crosby 45/FINAL

    After Roschon was hurt and we lost to Huntsville, I told y'all we were going to see how this team responds to adversity. I told y'all we were going to find out what they were made of. We found out what they're made of tonight. Great game, Cougars. Good luck the rest of the season. Scalp 'em, Indians, and God bless Roschon Johnson.
  9. #13 Kentucky at Texas A&M

    This is what I get for posting when I'm not paying attention.
  10. Week 7 Games

    Baylor at #9 Texas (-14) #22 Texas A&M (-2.5) at South Carolina (I don't think it will be that close.) Pitt at #5 Notre Dame (-21) Michigan St at #8 Penn St. (-13.5) #7 Washington (-3) at #17 Oregon  #2 Georgia (-7.5) at #13 LSU (The only reason I think Georgia won't cover is the game's location.) #16 Miami (-7) at Virginia (By more than that.) Missouri at #1 Alabama (-27.5) (We better not give up 31 points again. Also, Dixieland Delight is back.) #15 Wisconsin at #12 Michigan (-9.5) (Michigan won't cover.) #19 Colorado at USC (-7.5) (My upset pick for the week.) #6 West Virginia (-7) at Iowa St
  11. Crosby V. PNG

    And the other side WILL leave with it stuck in their heads.
  12. Crosby V. PNG

    I’m going to start handing out suspensions if it doesn’t stop. I’m on a phone right now, otherwise I already would have.
  13. Crosby V. PNG

    Evidently, y’all didn’t see this the first time. Cut down on the personal insults and get back to the football. No more bashing of a particular vocation or a particular SETXSports user by anyone.
  14. Crosby V. PNG

    Y'all keep the personal insults down and get back on topic.
  15. Crosby V. PNG

    Lol, I completely understand.