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Comment 01 Sep 2014

The triple option is a great equalizer. And yes it is assignment football, which would be easy if the assignments stayed the same. But Navy will run it out of so many looks and run so many variations (different read guys almost every play, frequently went to unbalanced looks) that the assignments are rarely the same from one play to the next. Really the only way so stop it is to get it off schedule. If you can get them in a second or third and 12 type of play they don't have much they can run. But as long as it stays on schedule it's really tough to stop. Plus it's not like they ran the triple every play.

Comment 21 Apr 2014

As a C's fan, Sully is one of the few bright spots on the team. He would have bigger numbers if we weren't tanking because we were afraid having him start would win us too many games.

Comment 12 Apr 2014

Honestly I have a couple choices that were both pretty special to me. This year our second to last dual meet was against Belmont Hill. We were ranked #1 in New England at the time and they were #2. There were a ton of close matches. Mine was in the middle of the dual. I got taken down to even the score at 4-4 with about a minute to go. I was able to scramble out of bounds and get a restart with about 30 seconds left. I tried a standup right off the whistle but I couldn't get my hips out and got returned, but I landed in my base and got up again and hip pressured until I broke the grip with about 15 seconds left to seal a 5-4 win. The dual ended up coming down to the 106s, who were, ironically, by far the worst wrestlers on both teams. They got into a scramble and their 106 locked up a crossface cradle but ours held onto the other guys leg until he lost the cradle then hit a sag headlock for the fall. It was a ridiculous way to end a great dual but nobody cared because we won.

My second option would be my last year of middle school football against Danvers. We were 5-2 at the time and we needed one more win to qualify us for the playoffs. We'd gotten crushed by them earlier in the year, but I had the best game of my football career so far and ended up with 6 total TDs in I think 12 minute quarters and we won 44-40 (I know we won by 4 and I think that was it). I've never felt that way in any game ever again. I felt like I was perfect, like I couldn't miss. Even though I can't remember all the details anymore I'll remember that feeling forever.

Comment 08 Jun 2013

It's because it's a new writer who got the story and he didn't know what a gray box was.