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 on: Today at 09:28:28 AM 
Started by Spur 332 - Last post by shoelessjoe-1919
Just out of curiosity, at these clinics, does Rich Erdelyi spend more time talking about the Wing T or being Dan Marino's HS coach? LOL.


 on: Today at 06:36:23 AM 
Started by emm8 - Last post by hs
My question to all of you guys is what should the payroll be? Obviously increasing it every year since 2010 until 2017 isnít good enough for most fans.

Not sure what is the most reliable site but here is on that shows opening day payrolls:

And going by this, they have not gone up every year and if they did it was just a couple million here and there. One year they did go up pretty significantly like 13 million but I would contest this is just the opening day payroll. This doesn't account for some of the fire sales they had at the trade deadline.

I guess my answer is I don't know what their payroll should be. I would just like to see them put money back into the team on the field and don't come out year after year (especially for this upcoming season) and tell your fans you are trying to put a competitive team on the field

 on: Today at 05:53:10 AM 
Started by bfgrad - Last post by bfgrad
Personally, I'd touch base with NYG about acquiring their 2nd overall pick. Mock drafts have them taking Barkley with that pick. Reportedly they're also ready to move on from Eli Manning. I'd ask if BR and Bell + Pgh's 1st would pry away that pick. Bell's an established RB and BR an established, SB winning qb. NYG would likely to be willing to pay Bell. Steelers could take Manning off the Giants' hands and Manning could be a placeholder at qb for a couple years. I'd draft Barkley and build around him. Maybe that sounds far-fetched, but the Rooneys and Maras are founding families of the NFL and also are related by marriage. If two teams could pull off a big trade like this, imho, it would be these two franchises.

 on: Today at 04:53:37 AM 
Started by bfgrad - Last post by hs
Here's an article where Ben says he is not allowed to check into a QB sneak:

 on: Today at 02:23:05 AM 
Started by justafan - Last post by green
Yough playing Burrell brings back memories of Keystone Conference games played back in the 70's. Yes, Burrell was in the first Keystone Conference along with Moon, Churchill, East Allegheny, Plum, Yough, Southmoreland, Munhall. I'm not sure if Jeannette was in at first, and Greensburg Central and Mount Pleasant joined later. Of course Uniontown and Laurel Highlands joined much later.

 on: Today at 12:20:37 AM 
Started by yepper - Last post by Jerry
Saw Mount St. Joe, it was actually on TV, at Springfield yesterday. The Maryland recruit had a very bad first half but played a good game in the second half. He had five at halftime but ended up with 19 and you could see his talent then. He was playing against Hudson Catholic and they are the first team ever to have three players nominated for the McDonalds All-America game. Also the team that ended St. Anthony's season forever last year.

 on: Today at 12:14:19 AM 
Started by RHSDIEHARD1 - Last post by Jerry
That's the one I remember. I think back then they had five first round games at Hersheypark Arena and that was one of them. I was sure of it but didn't remember the year so didn't say it.

 on: January 16, 2018, 11:58:09 PM 
Started by yepper - Last post by Crabber
In frree that's not hard to take

 on: January 16, 2018, 11:22:02 PM 
Started by RHSDIEHARD1 - Last post by NEP-Beat
Looking at the PIAA playoffs after 2003, Hazleton Area and Reading did play one more time in a first round game in 2010 (Reading 70, Hazleton 51 on 3/13/2010 @ Hersheypark Arena)   

 on: January 16, 2018, 10:32:25 PM 
Started by yepper - Last post by yepper
@ Boys Latin

1Q  M.S.J. 13 - 8

2Q  M.S.J.  31 - 29

3Q  M.S.J.  47 - 44

final Mt. St. Joe's 70  Boys Latin  57

M.S.J. #23 - 23, #10 - 20 & $5 with 143,  7-3's and 11 of 14 FT

Boys Latin  #1 - 17, #5 - 15 and #2 with 13, 4-3's and 15 of 19 FT

rugged physical first half with lots of players on the floor and not by choice. Second half belonged to #23 & #10., getting the ball inside or hitting the 3. #23 committed to Maryland but he's got some muscle to add. Entertaining game and they let you in free!

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