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4 th Generation Texan  
Sutherland Springs  
November 15, 2012 9:58am
 
Why are you trying to softpedal and tiptoe around the truth. PL has an excellent team, FHS has an average plus team...excellent almost always wins over average. that's a whole lot of what's wrong with kids these days...there are parents and others telling them that they are entitled! I'm sure the kids play as hard as they can, but a sprinter from FHS is not going to beat Carl Lewis...just won't happen and to 'gently' tell the kids that if Carl Lewis has a muscle tear and defaults on his start and passes out before he crosses the finish line, they might beat him. That's silly and unrealistic.

And, you are delirious when mentioned making a funny. I was not being funny, stating facts.

And, so what if the coach is your friend? That's good to have friends, but even coaches are put into an impossible situation where they can't win. I see it day in and day out where a coach is hired to coach a really bad team and is unsuccessful. Even Gary Kubiak took about 7 years of patience improvement to finally have a good team. It takes a public school several years to stoke up the interest and get enough athletes out to make a difference. why do you think some schools are successful and some are not? Ever heard of katy High School? I use to live in that area. there was a time when they were just average. They hired a coach that stayed for several years and worked with the junior high coaches running the same plays that they run at the high school level. By the time those junior high kids get to the high school level and they are very familar with the system and what is expected. Do you think it is an accident that Katy has won several State Championships and is currently ranked #4 In the nation? heck no! It takes perseverance, patience, planning, attitude. Every time I turn around FHS has a new coach. A coach needs a minimum of 4 or 5 years to turn a program around. I wish FHS kids well, but realistically they have very little chance of winning this week even if everything bad happens to PL and everything good happend to FHS.
     
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