Cougar14.2

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  1. Same here, but at least we agree that average teams like Crosby can can play for state championships now.
  2. Probably so. People are having the same conversations about Rhoades and Westerberg after leaving Cameron Yoe and Allen.
  3. Not no, but heck no. They haven't even had the most talent in their own school district during that period, Atascocita has. Not to mention, most years you'll have to get through Katy in 6A region 3-D2. As far as 6As go in this northeast Harris County area I would probably rank them behind even CE King over the last few years.
  4. Crosby wins the UIL 5A 4x100 state championship. Not near as fast PAM’s state title but pretty good indication of the athletes Crosby had on the football field since all 4 relay members were starters in the football team.
  5. He had a couple of teammates when he was there that weren’t bad either. 2nd round pick to the Jaguars and #1 ranked OT coming out of high school Walker Little, plus the #1 defensive tackle in the country Marvin Wilson who just signed with the Browns. Depending on which recruiting service you want to use, Episcopal also had the highest ranked player in the state this year in Ohio State signee Donovan Jackson. This year they have an Oklahoma commit on the o-line and a couple of other guys in the trenches that will give visor problems. Hard to really gauge the private schools comin
  6. Glad to see some former Crosby assistants get their shot at head coaching jobs the last few years: Coach Garcia - Falfurias Coach Coker - Raines Coach Mann - Lubbock Coronado Coach Tarr - La Porte *Feels like I may be missing one?
  7. Congratulations to Crosby defensive coordinator, coach Jackson Tarr, on being named the new head football coach at La Porte high school. Obviously was an integral part of last year’s state finalist defense and will be missed. Could make what was already going to be a tough reloading job even harder.
  8. Pretty tough schedule for Crosby opening with Carthage at a neutral site, Manvel, Barbers Hill, PNG and Nederland on the road.
  9. I remember PNG and Dayton having a shootout in bi-district that year, the last thing I would've pointed to as a positive for the Indians in that game was their defense. I actually came to the 2nd round game against Angleton that year because Crosby had beat them earlier in the season 34-0. It looked like PNG was playing touch football and a sophomore BJ Foster ran for like 325 yards and 5 TDs on probably 15 carries. PNG gave up 44.5ppg in those two playoff games after giving up those 27 point the last three district games to teams that finished the season a combined 13-18.
  10. I think that's a little misleading since three of those rushers were one person. RJ ran for 1533, 1627 and 1650 in his three years starting at QB and probably half of those attempts weren't even designed running plays. One of the other rushers you're probably eluding to is the back from the '13 team that Faircloth had to pull in the bi-district game due to ineffectiveness. I think what you outlined points more to PNG's lack or production from the running back position more than anything else.
  11. Agree with the OP but I would give Montgomery the nod in district 10 over Huntsville and A&M Con. Huntsville did it with the interior of their defensive line for the last three years and those kids have moved on. It's basically FB Marshall vs Aledo in the title game for the 3rd time in four years.
  12. Everybody in the district pretty much lost all of their offensive production from last year, of the playoff teams Crosby probably took it the worst on the defensive side of the ball. Transfers are always welcome but we won't be looking for players for the next 5 or 6 years, we'll just be reloading. Crosby is going to field one of the more inexperienced teams I can remember but they have a bunch of talent on both sides of the ball and three games against Carthage, Manvel and PAM to get ready for district play. The biggest key for Crosby will be the development of some of the younger linemen. If
  13. Great player that will probably end up being a full time safety in college. I think he would have a similar start rating to Anderson if he had the typical Golden Triangle explosiveness the area's top DBs usually possess.
  14. That exact sentiment is why you never see me complaining about "recruiting" or kids transferring into a program. I'll most certainly point it out but if everything is deemed legal I think that unless you're willing to knock your own team for acquiring talent then you shouldn't point fingers at anybody else. That's just the way the game is played today, you can either roll with it or get rolled over. Heck, a huge part of the reason Crosby was able to beat Fort Bend Marshall's select team was because of a transfer we got from our farm league in Goose Creek CISD.
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