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    Cougar14.2 got a reaction from bullets13 in UIL to consider penalties for North Shore football for violating recruiting rules   
    Lots of staffs at winning programs have "talent acquisition" guys, it's an open topic in south Dallas county. North Shore is about to take the reprimand for the whole east side when they get less kids than CE King and lower profile transfers than Summer Creek. I think the UIL does the least they can to NS so they don't start going down a slippery slope around the rest of the state because I can 100% guarantee you Coach Cam is far from the only one that has sent sketchy DM's to kids. 
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    Cougar14.2 got a reaction from Rez in Dayton Hires Jerry Prieto as HC   
    There will be for the opener. Crosby fans will still show up 5 mins before kickoff looking for one of the same 27 parking spots we never found the last 20 years just so we can walk in and stand on the fence. 
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    Cougar14.2 got a reaction from jayhawk in Dayton Hires Jerry Prieto as HC   
    He’s also bringing the DC which is his most important assistant since Prieto calls the plays. The OC at Crosby under Prieto is most likely coming too. Most important pickup will be Prieto Jr. Held his own this year in his playoff start as a freshman and should end up a high 3⭐️ recruit at minimum. Dayton has their Jerry Stewart and fell into Cody Green-lite. Congrats Bronco fans, looking forward to the opener. 
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    Cougar14.2 got a reaction from Red Boyou in Dayton Hires Jerry Prieto as HC   
    He’s also bringing the DC which is his most important assistant since Prieto calls the plays. The OC at Crosby under Prieto is most likely coming too. Most important pickup will be Prieto Jr. Held his own this year in his playoff start as a freshman and should end up a high 3⭐️ recruit at minimum. Dayton has their Jerry Stewart and fell into Cody Green-lite. Congrats Bronco fans, looking forward to the opener. 
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    Cougar14.2 reacted to CCRed in Dayton Hires Jerry Prieto as HC   
    Agreed, and so has Prieto.  Congrats to him and Dayton. 
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    Cougar14.2 got a reaction from dayton in Dayton Hires Jerry Prieto as HC   
    He’s also bringing the DC which is his most important assistant since Prieto calls the plays. The OC at Crosby under Prieto is most likely coming too. Most important pickup will be Prieto Jr. Held his own this year in his playoff start as a freshman and should end up a high 3⭐️ recruit at minimum. Dayton has their Jerry Stewart and fell into Cody Green-lite. Congrats Bronco fans, looking forward to the opener. 
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    Cougar14.2 reacted to navydawg31 in Dayton Hires Jerry Prieto as HC   
    Congrats Coach Prieto! Crosby punching air right now… 
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    Cougar14.2 got a reaction from Bud Kilmer in NON-DISTRICT OPPONENT 2024-25 THREAD/Post here   
    Crosby:
    Week 1 - Dayton
    Week 2 - Iowa Colony
    Week 3 - FB Marshall 
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    Cougar14.2 got a reaction from Mr. Buddy Garrity in 5A D1 District 11 Discussion Thread   
    I don’t think Willis and Abseck have the warmest of relationships dating back to their time at Cedar Park. 
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    Cougar14.2 got a reaction from Austin1985 in Realignment   
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    Cougar14.2 reacted to Mr. Buddy Garrity in Realignment   
    Idc what they say bout you: you outchea lol
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    Cougar14.2 got a reaction from KF89 in Realignment   
    Well, today I guess we get to find out who we're going 2-8 against next season? Have new QB transferring in which fits more along the lines of what Willis wants to run but as far as talent retention the wheels continue to come off. The Austin Walter-like stud freshman running back transferred out a few weeks ago and we may be losing the Craig Williams clone out of the same class. Going to be a depressing journey until we can get a coach who can pump some life back into the program. 
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    Cougar14.2 got a reaction from prepballfan in Baytown Goose Creek Memorial (0) @ Crosby (61) - FINAL   
    I'm only here until my flight leaves for St. Lucia tomorrow. As pitiful as this season was I figured I might as well spend a week taking it out on some Wahoo and hitting some golf balls in the ocean. My old lady is from Oak Cliff and her nephew plays for Duncanville so I've been getting the treatment at the house all bleeping year, smh.  
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    Cougar14.2 got a reaction from Rez in Baytown Goose Creek Memorial (0) @ Crosby (61) - FINAL   
    I'm only here until my flight leaves for St. Lucia tomorrow. As pitiful as this season was I figured I might as well spend a week taking it out on some Wahoo and hitting some golf balls in the ocean. My old lady is from Oak Cliff and her nephew plays for Duncanville so I've been getting the treatment at the house all bleeping year, smh.  
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    Cougar14.2 got a reaction from Rez in Baytown Goose Creek Memorial (0) @ Crosby (61) - FINAL   
    Crosby is going to sing more kids in the next two years(this year and next year) than anybody currently in the district besides PAM. Teams like Baytown Lee don't beat Crosby because they're more talented. It's easy to point to talent when the system and playcalling doesn't fit the personnel. BH doesn't have near the talent that PAM does and still beat them, PNG doesn't have near the talent FBM does and still beat them. People said Duncanville was finished before Samples got there and turned them into a contender after going 3-7 his first year there, same caliber kids they've always had with a 4k+ enrollment.
    We've had multiple D1 kids before and lost in the 2nd round, we've signed 0 D1 kids and made it to the state finals. Guy on the sideline matters a lot, even moreso when the administration is so poorly run which is exactly why I predicted Willis to have a similar record to the one he did at Crosby even though he had a team with multiple kids that ended up playing in the SEC championship last Saturday.  
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    Cougar14.2 got a reaction from Mr. Buddy Garrity in Baytown Goose Creek Memorial (0) @ Crosby (61) - FINAL   
    I'm only here until my flight leaves for St. Lucia tomorrow. As pitiful as this season was I figured I might as well spend a week taking it out on some Wahoo and hitting some golf balls in the ocean. My old lady is from Oak Cliff and her nephew plays for Duncanville so I've been getting the treatment at the house all bleeping year, smh.  
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    Cougar14.2 got a reaction from Austin1985 in Baytown Goose Creek Memorial (0) @ Crosby (61) - FINAL   
    I'm only here until my flight leaves for St. Lucia tomorrow. As pitiful as this season was I figured I might as well spend a week taking it out on some Wahoo and hitting some golf balls in the ocean. My old lady is from Oak Cliff and her nephew plays for Duncanville so I've been getting the treatment at the house all bleeping year, smh.  
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    Cougar14.2 reacted to Mr. Buddy Garrity in Baytown Goose Creek Memorial (0) @ Crosby (61) - FINAL   
    Welcome back 😎
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    Cougar14.2 got a reaction from jake94 in Baytown Goose Creek Memorial (0) @ Crosby (61) - FINAL   
    Well, can't say I didn't call it. I just wish I would've been wrong. Everything I said about us making the Joe Willis hire this offseason is exactly what played out. If you watched all the Tyler Legacy games I did this past offseason you would've most likely come to the same conclusion as me that him going 2-8 last year and backing it up with another 2-8 this year isn't a coincidence. 
    Before the season started I said "This isn't Cedar Park", meaning all of the built in advantages that he had there or even Colleyville Heritage, do not exist at Crosby. People on here that know absolutely nothing about our program had strong opinions on my remarks regarding why I don't think the hire "fit" Crosby. I said he was an older, lower energy CEO type coach that didn't fit our culture. I said he ran a system that didn't fit our personnel and actually exacerbated issues Riordan and Prieto covered up so well, like good coaches do.
    We've kind of always been on the lower end of the the participation scale. I said before the season that if kids and parents didn't like what they saw that they would just transfer out to one of the other nearby schools, and they have. Depending on how convicted some of the other parents are to their remarks I heard them make this year, we could be looking at a major exodus of talent from the lower classes over the Spring semester and Summer. 
    I didn't comment all year because there was nothing positive to mention and there was no point in running the coach down every week for things that everybody could turn on a game and see themselves. It was the worst play-calling we've witnessed since Flannigan, the worst scheme we've seen since Flannigan and the worst personnel moves we've seen since Flannigan. This is magnified by the fact that no assistants wanted to come work for Willis so we have a bunch of local guys with very little actual coaching experience to help mitigate the issues. 
    I think Willis is a good coach and I can see the end intentions on a lot of the things that didn't play out the way he thought they would, but he's an old coach set in his way and convinced they'll work. Not sure how long he's going to be here as I've heard he was only given a two year contract but what I will say is that outside of him finding the easiest non-district games he can for next year, I wouldn't expect Crosby's record to look much different than it did this year for the foreseeable future. 
    *Today Crosby votes on a new $85M bond for another elementary school, a second middle school, an expansion of the 5 year old high school and general facility maintenance. Bond says they expect Crosby ISD to get 5,000 new students by 2033 meaning a projected high school enrollment ~ 3,800. Basically the new alignment will be the last two years Crosby has to try to be competitive before going in to the 6A abyss. Sad state of affairs what an administration can do to a program but here we are, had some fun times though. 
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    Cougar14.2 got a reaction from Justafan72 in Baytown Goose Creek Memorial (0) @ Crosby (61) - FINAL   
    Well, can't say I didn't call it. I just wish I would've been wrong. Everything I said about us making the Joe Willis hire this offseason is exactly what played out. If you watched all the Tyler Legacy games I did this past offseason you would've most likely come to the same conclusion as me that him going 2-8 last year and backing it up with another 2-8 this year isn't a coincidence. 
    Before the season started I said "This isn't Cedar Park", meaning all of the built in advantages that he had there or even Colleyville Heritage, do not exist at Crosby. People on here that know absolutely nothing about our program had strong opinions on my remarks regarding why I don't think the hire "fit" Crosby. I said he was an older, lower energy CEO type coach that didn't fit our culture. I said he ran a system that didn't fit our personnel and actually exacerbated issues Riordan and Prieto covered up so well, like good coaches do.
    We've kind of always been on the lower end of the the participation scale. I said before the season that if kids and parents didn't like what they saw that they would just transfer out to one of the other nearby schools, and they have. Depending on how convicted some of the other parents are to their remarks I heard them make this year, we could be looking at a major exodus of talent from the lower classes over the Spring semester and Summer. 
    I didn't comment all year because there was nothing positive to mention and there was no point in running the coach down every week for things that everybody could turn on a game and see themselves. It was the worst play-calling we've witnessed since Flannigan, the worst scheme we've seen since Flannigan and the worst personnel moves we've seen since Flannigan. This is magnified by the fact that no assistants wanted to come work for Willis so we have a bunch of local guys with very little actual coaching experience to help mitigate the issues. 
    I think Willis is a good coach and I can see the end intentions on a lot of the things that didn't play out the way he thought they would, but he's an old coach set in his way and convinced they'll work. Not sure how long he's going to be here as I've heard he was only given a two year contract but what I will say is that outside of him finding the easiest non-district games he can for next year, I wouldn't expect Crosby's record to look much different than it did this year for the foreseeable future. 
    *Today Crosby votes on a new $85M bond for another elementary school, a second middle school, an expansion of the 5 year old high school and general facility maintenance. Bond says they expect Crosby ISD to get 5,000 new students by 2033 meaning a projected high school enrollment ~ 3,800. Basically the new alignment will be the last two years Crosby has to try to be competitive before going in to the 6A abyss. Sad state of affairs what an administration can do to a program but here we are, had some fun times though. 
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    Cougar14.2 got a reaction from KF89 in Baytown Goose Creek Memorial (0) @ Crosby (61) - FINAL   
    Well, can't say I didn't call it. I just wish I would've been wrong. Everything I said about us making the Joe Willis hire this offseason is exactly what played out. If you watched all the Tyler Legacy games I did this past offseason you would've most likely come to the same conclusion as me that him going 2-8 last year and backing it up with another 2-8 this year isn't a coincidence. 
    Before the season started I said "This isn't Cedar Park", meaning all of the built in advantages that he had there or even Colleyville Heritage, do not exist at Crosby. People on here that know absolutely nothing about our program had strong opinions on my remarks regarding why I don't think the hire "fit" Crosby. I said he was an older, lower energy CEO type coach that didn't fit our culture. I said he ran a system that didn't fit our personnel and actually exacerbated issues Riordan and Prieto covered up so well, like good coaches do.
    We've kind of always been on the lower end of the the participation scale. I said before the season that if kids and parents didn't like what they saw that they would just transfer out to one of the other nearby schools, and they have. Depending on how convicted some of the other parents are to their remarks I heard them make this year, we could be looking at a major exodus of talent from the lower classes over the Spring semester and Summer. 
    I didn't comment all year because there was nothing positive to mention and there was no point in running the coach down every week for things that everybody could turn on a game and see themselves. It was the worst play-calling we've witnessed since Flannigan, the worst scheme we've seen since Flannigan and the worst personnel moves we've seen since Flannigan. This is magnified by the fact that no assistants wanted to come work for Willis so we have a bunch of local guys with very little actual coaching experience to help mitigate the issues. 
    I think Willis is a good coach and I can see the end intentions on a lot of the things that didn't play out the way he thought they would, but he's an old coach set in his way and convinced they'll work. Not sure how long he's going to be here as I've heard he was only given a two year contract but what I will say is that outside of him finding the easiest non-district games he can for next year, I wouldn't expect Crosby's record to look much different than it did this year for the foreseeable future. 
    *Today Crosby votes on a new $85M bond for another elementary school, a second middle school, an expansion of the 5 year old high school and general facility maintenance. Bond says they expect Crosby ISD to get 5,000 new students by 2033 meaning a projected high school enrollment ~ 3,800. Basically the new alignment will be the last two years Crosby has to try to be competitive before going in to the 6A abyss. Sad state of affairs what an administration can do to a program but here we are, had some fun times though. 
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    Cougar14.2 got a reaction from Red Boyou in Baytown Goose Creek Memorial (0) @ Crosby (61) - FINAL   
    Well, can't say I didn't call it. I just wish I would've been wrong. Everything I said about us making the Joe Willis hire this offseason is exactly what played out. If you watched all the Tyler Legacy games I did this past offseason you would've most likely come to the same conclusion as me that him going 2-8 last year and backing it up with another 2-8 this year isn't a coincidence. 
    Before the season started I said "This isn't Cedar Park", meaning all of the built in advantages that he had there or even Colleyville Heritage, do not exist at Crosby. People on here that know absolutely nothing about our program had strong opinions on my remarks regarding why I don't think the hire "fit" Crosby. I said he was an older, lower energy CEO type coach that didn't fit our culture. I said he ran a system that didn't fit our personnel and actually exacerbated issues Riordan and Prieto covered up so well, like good coaches do.
    We've kind of always been on the lower end of the the participation scale. I said before the season that if kids and parents didn't like what they saw that they would just transfer out to one of the other nearby schools, and they have. Depending on how convicted some of the other parents are to their remarks I heard them make this year, we could be looking at a major exodus of talent from the lower classes over the Spring semester and Summer. 
    I didn't comment all year because there was nothing positive to mention and there was no point in running the coach down every week for things that everybody could turn on a game and see themselves. It was the worst play-calling we've witnessed since Flannigan, the worst scheme we've seen since Flannigan and the worst personnel moves we've seen since Flannigan. This is magnified by the fact that no assistants wanted to come work for Willis so we have a bunch of local guys with very little actual coaching experience to help mitigate the issues. 
    I think Willis is a good coach and I can see the end intentions on a lot of the things that didn't play out the way he thought they would, but he's an old coach set in his way and convinced they'll work. Not sure how long he's going to be here as I've heard he was only given a two year contract but what I will say is that outside of him finding the easiest non-district games he can for next year, I wouldn't expect Crosby's record to look much different than it did this year for the foreseeable future. 
    *Today Crosby votes on a new $85M bond for another elementary school, a second middle school, an expansion of the 5 year old high school and general facility maintenance. Bond says they expect Crosby ISD to get 5,000 new students by 2033 meaning a projected high school enrollment ~ 3,800. Basically the new alignment will be the last two years Crosby has to try to be competitive before going in to the 6A abyss. Sad state of affairs what an administration can do to a program but here we are, had some fun times though. 
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    Cougar14.2 got a reaction from AggiesAreWe in Baytown Goose Creek Memorial (0) @ Crosby (61) - FINAL   
    Well, can't say I didn't call it. I just wish I would've been wrong. Everything I said about us making the Joe Willis hire this offseason is exactly what played out. If you watched all the Tyler Legacy games I did this past offseason you would've most likely come to the same conclusion as me that him going 2-8 last year and backing it up with another 2-8 this year isn't a coincidence. 
    Before the season started I said "This isn't Cedar Park", meaning all of the built in advantages that he had there or even Colleyville Heritage, do not exist at Crosby. People on here that know absolutely nothing about our program had strong opinions on my remarks regarding why I don't think the hire "fit" Crosby. I said he was an older, lower energy CEO type coach that didn't fit our culture. I said he ran a system that didn't fit our personnel and actually exacerbated issues Riordan and Prieto covered up so well, like good coaches do.
    We've kind of always been on the lower end of the the participation scale. I said before the season that if kids and parents didn't like what they saw that they would just transfer out to one of the other nearby schools, and they have. Depending on how convicted some of the other parents are to their remarks I heard them make this year, we could be looking at a major exodus of talent from the lower classes over the Spring semester and Summer. 
    I didn't comment all year because there was nothing positive to mention and there was no point in running the coach down every week for things that everybody could turn on a game and see themselves. It was the worst play-calling we've witnessed since Flannigan, the worst scheme we've seen since Flannigan and the worst personnel moves we've seen since Flannigan. This is magnified by the fact that no assistants wanted to come work for Willis so we have a bunch of local guys with very little actual coaching experience to help mitigate the issues. 
    I think Willis is a good coach and I can see the end intentions on a lot of the things that didn't play out the way he thought they would, but he's an old coach set in his way and convinced they'll work. Not sure how long he's going to be here as I've heard he was only given a two year contract but what I will say is that outside of him finding the easiest non-district games he can for next year, I wouldn't expect Crosby's record to look much different than it did this year for the foreseeable future. 
    *Today Crosby votes on a new $85M bond for another elementary school, a second middle school, an expansion of the 5 year old high school and general facility maintenance. Bond says they expect Crosby ISD to get 5,000 new students by 2033 meaning a projected high school enrollment ~ 3,800. Basically the new alignment will be the last two years Crosby has to try to be competitive before going in to the 6A abyss. Sad state of affairs what an administration can do to a program but here we are, had some fun times though. 
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    Cougar14.2 got a reaction from Austin1985 in Baytown Goose Creek Memorial (0) @ Crosby (61) - FINAL   
    Well, can't say I didn't call it. I just wish I would've been wrong. Everything I said about us making the Joe Willis hire this offseason is exactly what played out. If you watched all the Tyler Legacy games I did this past offseason you would've most likely come to the same conclusion as me that him going 2-8 last year and backing it up with another 2-8 this year isn't a coincidence. 
    Before the season started I said "This isn't Cedar Park", meaning all of the built in advantages that he had there or even Colleyville Heritage, do not exist at Crosby. People on here that know absolutely nothing about our program had strong opinions on my remarks regarding why I don't think the hire "fit" Crosby. I said he was an older, lower energy CEO type coach that didn't fit our culture. I said he ran a system that didn't fit our personnel and actually exacerbated issues Riordan and Prieto covered up so well, like good coaches do.
    We've kind of always been on the lower end of the the participation scale. I said before the season that if kids and parents didn't like what they saw that they would just transfer out to one of the other nearby schools, and they have. Depending on how convicted some of the other parents are to their remarks I heard them make this year, we could be looking at a major exodus of talent from the lower classes over the Spring semester and Summer. 
    I didn't comment all year because there was nothing positive to mention and there was no point in running the coach down every week for things that everybody could turn on a game and see themselves. It was the worst play-calling we've witnessed since Flannigan, the worst scheme we've seen since Flannigan and the worst personnel moves we've seen since Flannigan. This is magnified by the fact that no assistants wanted to come work for Willis so we have a bunch of local guys with very little actual coaching experience to help mitigate the issues. 
    I think Willis is a good coach and I can see the end intentions on a lot of the things that didn't play out the way he thought they would, but he's an old coach set in his way and convinced they'll work. Not sure how long he's going to be here as I've heard he was only given a two year contract but what I will say is that outside of him finding the easiest non-district games he can for next year, I wouldn't expect Crosby's record to look much different than it did this year for the foreseeable future. 
    *Today Crosby votes on a new $85M bond for another elementary school, a second middle school, an expansion of the 5 year old high school and general facility maintenance. Bond says they expect Crosby ISD to get 5,000 new students by 2033 meaning a projected high school enrollment ~ 3,800. Basically the new alignment will be the last two years Crosby has to try to be competitive before going in to the 6A abyss. Sad state of affairs what an administration can do to a program but here we are, had some fun times though. 
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    Cougar14.2 got a reaction from MrFleet23 in Crosby vs FB Marshall   
    Nah bro, I’m done. I just pray the kids stay healthy and make the playoffs. It’s really going to hit the fan when y’all come to town and embarrass us in our own stadium. 
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