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 on: Today at 07:24:19 AM 
Started by SteamRollers1 - Last post by SteamRollers1
The PIAA will be inundated with law suits and they'll just cave in again because they can't afford the litigation. Their latest "actions" are nothing more than band-aids and hot air.

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 on: July 18, 2018, 10:02:35 PM 
Started by yepper - Last post by yepper
Thursday July 19

3 in a row which I can only assume means just what it says.

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 on: July 18, 2018, 08:58:40 PM 
Started by SteamRollers1 - Last post by KidRaven
Saw this on twitter:

PIAA passes a postseason ban for transfers in first year for any athlete transferring in 10th grade and beyond. Effective Aug. 6. Passes 26-2.

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 on: July 18, 2018, 05:19:25 PM 
Started by coach99 - Last post by yannessa_is_god
Iíll take a win over Upper St. Clair in anything!

If this was Terry Smith era Gateway it would at least be worthy of a T-Shirt.

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 on: July 18, 2018, 04:22:35 PM 
Started by coach99 - Last post by coach99
One of the best 7/7 experiences was the old  Andy Urbanic's "Camp of Champions" held at Edinboro University.  This was a live-in camp that lasted from Sunday evening until Thursday noontime.Teams were housed in the old towers dorm and the open lawns surrounding that area were lined off  for a dozen or so fields. In addition to bringing your 'skilled' kids, many schools brought a group of linemen as well.  The linemen would do 'bag' work and other techniques under the guidance of some college coaches and players that worked the camp. Each team was assigned a 'home' field to use in evenings for their own practices. Teams were given opponents for a morning scrimmage and another team for an afternoon one each day. So, basically, you played seven games with only one on Thursday morning.  Teams could arrange an evening game if they wished as well. A number of bigger schools brought enough kids to have at least two squads playing so the kids got a lot of work. Many schools from all classifications within the WPIAL attended each year in addition to schools from various parts of Penna. and Ohio. The games involving North Hills, Mt. Lebo, USC, Bethel Park turned into some very competitive and rough contests. Oveer the years, the coaches that attended developed some great friendships from spending time in the evenings eating pizza drinking some beers after the teams were bedded down for the night. I am sure any coach that brought their team up there will  never forget the experience.

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 on: July 18, 2018, 11:36:50 AM 
Started by coach99 - Last post by E Q KIMBAL
The Westmoreland County Coaches Assocation has its 7 on 7 tournament tomorrow. Games are played  from 9 until 1:30 with the championship game starting at 2:15 at Latrobe High School.
12 teams are participating this year with Norwin being the favorite to beat defending Champ Hempfield.
Bracket A includes Derry, Franklin Regional, Southmoreland, Norwin, Greensburg Salem, and Jeannette.
Bracket B is Mt. Pleasant, Hempfield, Yough, Burrell, Penn Trafford, and host Latrobe.
Iím going since my youngest is a freshman this year. This tournament was entertaining the one time I went.

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 on: July 17, 2018, 08:20:55 PM 
Started by coach99 - Last post by BALDWINTRACK
Iíll take a win over Upper St. Clair in anything!

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 on: July 17, 2018, 06:42:12 PM 
Started by bfgrad - Last post by hs
He will make almost 30 million total this season and last season just on the franchise tag. Save some of your money and be humble IMO. Him refusing to sign long term with the Steelers over basically 3 million dollars is petty IMO. He probably was upset also about the guaranteed money but that's the way it is in the NFL. If the union doesn't like it then the players need to be prepared to strike when this contract is up in a few years.

I agree with bfgrad that NFL contracts should be guaranteed but they are not and these players know that going in. I think fans need to be ready for an all out war between players and owners when they start negotiating the next agreement

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 on: July 17, 2018, 06:29:07 PM 
Started by Downriver - Last post by BALDWINTRACK
The NL Central is 45-23 vs the AL Central this season.

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 on: July 17, 2018, 06:12:25 PM 
Started by Downriver - Last post by yannessa_is_god
Read a stat that is truly unbelievable. They have been keeping track of outs made on balls that donít leave the infield for 14 seasons. At 85.7%, the 2018 Pirates rank 420 of 420 teams in that time period.

That is impressive lol.

On a happier note I got my tickets today for the 7/23 game at Progressive Field in Cleveland. Depending on what happens this weekend I could be watching 2 winning teams face off. Also of note the Buccos would be in 2nd place in the Indians putrid division.

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