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Let's try this again - Bridge City OC job OPEN

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4 minutes ago, Ron4Shug said:

So what's wrong with him supporting his teammates that he had played with since 5 years old? Wasn't his fault he was injured playing football his Junior year. Or maybe it was because he wouldn't avoid unnecessary contact. His injury was non throwing shoulder but don't let that interfere with your narrative. Comparing Chase to Kyler is ridiculous!!! Don't care how many football camps Chase would have went to he and 99.9% of America wouldn't be as talented and freakishly athletic as Kyler Murray. Seriously dude get a clue!!  

Give it up, brother... 

I remember when he got hurt as a Junior.  There was concern as to whether he'd be ready to go for baseball season his junior year.  When his senior season rolled around he'd already decided not to play football (which is fine... it's a choice).  So why was he there on Fridays with his team?  "Because he wanted to support his teammates?"  Strap on some pads and be supportive.  Or go sit in the stands with the rest of the quitters or run the big flag up an down the sideline if we score or something.  That's all I'm saying. 

That was the year they moved Trahan (another good athlete whose qb potential was never unlocked) from LB to QB... then he got hurt at LCM early in district play.  It's a 4A school without a single backup qb.  They moved Dearing's boy from LB to QB (in a spread offense) despite the fact that he didn't even want to play the position.  Think about it... A 4A school in which the cupboard is absolutely bare after the starting qb decides to forego his senior year.  Like.... BARE.  Which is nuts because we have arms on top of arms available, as evidenced by the mountain of baseball DC plaques.

 

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The problem like many setx teams is that there is a lack of quarterback development. Not many can drop back and read defenses already but not many guys cannteach that so they resort to things they’re comfortable with. Who are the top 5 qb developers in the area?

 

anyways back to the original topic, who’s going to get it? How much control/input will they have. 

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