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Notre Dame 27 Fayetteville 0

Post by mattash » Sat Oct 15, 2016 2:35 pm

Big match up for the Titans, thoughts?



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Re: WK9 Notre Dame (6-2) @ Fayetteville (6-2)

Post by js7_22 » Sat Oct 15, 2016 10:00 pm

Gonna be a good match up between both teams. Fayetteville is 6-2 in Division 6, Notre Dame 6-2 in Division 7.

Notre Dame needs this to get into the playoffs for sure, a lot L2 points on the line for both teams. The same matchup between both and Manchester were lopsided victories that can't be judged at all.

Notre Dame has got to throw the ball more than what they are doing. In the last few games, they have thrown the ball once for a touchdown and completely abandon it for the rest of the game.

Gotta think Sam Kayser will have 20-25 touches this game as he leads the Southeastern area in rushing and is a favorite to go back-to-back SOC Back of the Year. Isiah Johnson is a hard nose rusher and will run you over.

This will be the Titans toughest opponent to date.

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Re: WK9 Notre Dame (6-2) @ Fayetteville (6-2)

Post by X8XOHIOLEGENDX7X » Sun Oct 16, 2016 3:20 am

Nd wins by 10
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Re: WK9 Notre Dame (6-2) @ Fayetteville (6-2)

Post by greygoose » Sun Oct 16, 2016 8:10 am

Well, not seeing where ND has played or I should say beaten anyone this year. They beat an improved Eastern squad. Other then that both losses came at the hands of teams with winning records. Only wins outside of Eastern are to teams with losing records. I think that trend continues and ND get's beat by 14

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Re: WK9 Notre Dame (6-2) @ Fayetteville (6-2)

Post by Mailman » Sun Oct 16, 2016 11:22 am

Fayetteville has beat 2 teams winning records, ND 1. Fayetteville's 2 losses were to a .500 record team and a losing record team. ND lost to a 2 division higher team and the #5 team in region by a TD in the last minute. Having said that, Fayetteville is a division higher and pretty good. I think it's close. Not picking a winner.

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Post by SEOPlegend » Sun Oct 16, 2016 2:56 pm

Us East fans needs Notre Dame to win this one. I don't know to much about Fayetteville but ND has a lot of potential and running back Sam Kaser is a truck load to handle. Hopefully they can get the win!
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Post by js7_22 » Sun Oct 16, 2016 3:20 pm

Mailman wrote:Fayetteville has beat 2 teams winning records, ND 1. Fayetteville's 2 losses were to a .500 record team and a losing record team. ND lost to a 2 division higher team and the #5 team in region by a TD in the last minute. Having said that, Fayetteville is a division higher and pretty good. I think it's close. Not picking a winner.
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Re: WK9 Notre Dame (6-2) @ Fayetteville (6-2)

Post by greygoose » Sun Oct 16, 2016 5:57 pm

Mailman wrote:Fayetteville has beat 2 teams winning records, ND 1. Fayetteville's 2 losses were to a .500 record team and a losing record team. ND lost to a 2 division higher team and the #5 team in region by a TD in the last minute. Having said that, Fayetteville is a division higher and pretty good. I think it's close. Not picking a winner.
Yeah Bethel Tate 4-4 division higher and played in week 2, lost to a Williamsburg team on the road by 4 a game that they'd love to have back. Won 4 straight including beating the 2 teams with winning records. You picked a winner even if you didn't come right out and say it. Me I'll stick with my prediction Fayetteville by 2 scores. If ND can get Kayser going and hold onto the ball could be a low scoring and closer game than I'm predicting. Will definitely be a hard hitting game won down in the trenches with both teams having ground and pound playing styles.

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Post by Mailman » Sun Oct 16, 2016 7:41 pm

greygoose wrote:
Mailman wrote:Fayetteville has beat 2 teams winning records, ND 1. Fayetteville's 2 losses were to a .500 record team and a losing record team. ND lost to a 2 division higher team and the #5 team in region by a TD in the last minute. Having said that, Fayetteville is a division higher and pretty good. I think it's close. Not picking a winner.
Yeah Bethel Tate 4-4 division higher and played in week 2, lost to a Williamsburg team on the road by 4 a game that they'd love to have back. Won 4 straight including beating the 2 teams with winning records. You picked a winner even if you didn't come right out and say it. Me I'll stick with my prediction Fayetteville by 2 scores. If ND can get Kayser going and hold onto the ball could be a low scoring and closer game than I'm predicting. Will definitely be a hard hitting game won down in the trenches with both teams having ground and pound playing styles.
You may be right. Fayetteville is huge!!! Line averages about 6-3 250. Turnovers will be key for ND. If they turn it over they have no chance. 0 turnovers they may be able to hang in there and then you never know.

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Re: WK9 Notre Dame (6-2) @ Fayetteville (6-2)

Post by Carter » Wed Oct 19, 2016 1:06 pm

Fayetteville-22

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Re: WK9 Notre Dame (6-2) @ Fayetteville (6-2)

Post by js7_22 » Fri Oct 21, 2016 3:46 pm

greygoose wrote:
Mailman wrote:Fayetteville has beat 2 teams winning records, ND 1. Fayetteville's 2 losses were to a .500 record team and a losing record team. ND lost to a 2 division higher team and the #5 team in region by a TD in the last minute. Having said that, Fayetteville is a division higher and pretty good. I think it's close. Not picking a winner.
Yeah Bethel Tate 4-4 division higher and played in week 2, lost to a Williamsburg team on the road by 4 a game that they'd love to have back. Won 4 straight including beating the 2 teams with winning records. You picked a winner even if you didn't come right out and say it. Me I'll stick with my prediction Fayetteville by 2 scores. If ND can get Kayser going and hold onto the ball could be a low scoring and closer game than I'm predicting. Will definitely be a hard hitting game won down in the trenches with both teams having ground and pound playing styles.
Not sure about the ground and pound mentality, but ND is not about pounding the ball at all. They use their speed to spread the defense and create misses in the secondary (with pretty good blocking by the receivers). ND shot theirselves in the foot last year with 2 costly turnovers.

Mailman - I don't believe a high school line is averaging 6-3 250lbs, but that's just me. Turnovers always kill teams, but giving them no chance is a bit far fetched in my opinion.

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Re: WK9 Notre Dame (6-2) @ Fayetteville (6-2)

Post by ttomcat 80 » Fri Oct 21, 2016 4:36 pm

They could avg that.Trimble did the year they went to finals.They had 6-5 240 6-6 250 6-4 280 6-1 225 6-0 230.We are D-7.Should be a good game.Going to be wet,it's really wet in glouster.
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Post by noreply66 » Fri Oct 21, 2016 5:02 pm

Might be a few mud bowl tonight
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Re: WK9 Notre Dame (6-2) @ Fayetteville (6-2)

Post by greygoose » Fri Oct 21, 2016 6:39 pm

js7_22 wrote:
greygoose wrote:
Mailman wrote:Fayetteville has beat 2 teams winning records, ND 1. Fayetteville's 2 losses were to a .500 record team and a losing record team. ND lost to a 2 division higher team and the #5 team in region by a TD in the last minute. Having said that, Fayetteville is a division higher and pretty good. I think it's close. Not picking a winner.
Yeah Bethel Tate 4-4 division higher and played in week 2, lost to a Williamsburg team on the road by 4 a game that they'd love to have back. Won 4 straight including beating the 2 teams with winning records. You picked a winner even if you didn't come right out and say it. Me I'll stick with my prediction Fayetteville by 2 scores. If ND can get Kayser going and hold onto the ball could be a low scoring and closer game than I'm predicting. Will definitely be a hard hitting game won down in the trenches with both teams having ground and pound playing styles.
Not sure about the ground and pound mentality, but ND is not about pounding the ball at all. They use their speed to spread the defense and create misses in the secondary (with pretty good blocking by the receivers). ND shot theirselves in the foot last year with 2 costly turnovers.

Mailman - I don't believe a high school line is averaging 6-3 250lbs, but that's just me. Turnovers always kill teams, but giving them no chance is a bit far fetched in my opinion.
Unless they've changed the offense from the last few years I've seen them play no don't spread the defense out. The use misdirection to try and create space and easier blocking. When they line up the WRs most of the time are simply 3-5 yards outside the tackle. They are a pure running team and while they're not the definition of 3 and out they are a team that wants to pound the ball, aka run the ball. And yes Fayetteville has a big line, not sure why it would be hard to believe a high school team couldn't average 6-3,250. What are they all under 6 ft. and 200 lbs?? Must not have seen to many high school games for that to be hard to believe. This weather really favors Fayetteville I believe

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Re: WK9 Notre Dame (6-2) @ Fayetteville (6-2)

Post by Mailman » Fri Oct 21, 2016 7:34 pm

js7_22 wrote:
greygoose wrote:
Mailman wrote:Fayetteville has beat 2 teams winning records, ND 1. Fayetteville's 2 losses were to a .500 record team and a losing record team. ND lost to a 2 division higher team and the #5 team in region by a TD in the last minute. Having said that, Fayetteville is a division higher and pretty good. I think it's close. Not picking a winner.
Yeah Bethel Tate 4-4 division higher and played in week 2, lost to a Williamsburg team on the road by 4 a game that they'd love to have back. Won 4 straight including beating the 2 teams with winning records. You picked a winner even if you didn't come right out and say it. Me I'll stick with my prediction Fayetteville by 2 scores. If ND can get Kayser going and hold onto the ball could be a low scoring and closer game than I'm predicting. Will definitely be a hard hitting game won down in the trenches with both teams having ground and pound playing styles.
Not sure about the ground and pound mentality, but ND is not about pounding the ball at all. They use their speed to spread the defense and create misses in the secondary (with pretty good blocking by the receivers). ND shot theirselves in the foot last year with 2 costly turnovers.

Mailman - I don't believe a high school line is averaging 6-3 250lbs, but that's just me. Turnovers always kill teams, but giving them no chance is a bit far fetched in my opinion.
I gave them "no chance" if they turn the ball over specifically several times.

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Re: WK9 Notre Dame (6-2) @ Fayetteville (6-2)

Post by js7_22 » Fri Oct 21, 2016 9:16 pm

Notre Dame picks up the shut out at Fayetteville Perry 27-0.

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Re: WK9 Notre Dame (6-2) @ Fayetteville (6-2)

Post by greygoose » Fri Oct 21, 2016 10:27 pm

Nice job by the Titans, Fayetteville had been playing some good ball. Big win
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Re: WK9 Notre Dame (6-2) @ Fayetteville (6-2)

Post by js7_22 » Fri Oct 21, 2016 10:31 pm

greygoose wrote:Nice job by the Tartans, Fayetteville had been playing some good ball. Big win
"Titans" come on now... lol

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Re: WK9 Notre Dame (6-2) @ Fayetteville (6-2)

Post by greygoose » Fri Oct 21, 2016 10:43 pm

js7_22 wrote:
greygoose wrote:Nice job by the Tartans, Fayetteville had been playing some good ball. Big win
"Titans" come on now... lol
LOL, got it fixed was looking at other scores seen East on there and typed Tartans.

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Re: Notre Dame 27 Fayetteville 0

Post by js7_22 » Fri Oct 21, 2016 10:47 pm

Haha it's all good!

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Re: Notre Dame 27 Fayetteville 0

Post by greygoose » Fri Oct 21, 2016 10:54 pm

What a game next week, ND vs East. Says both teams currently control own destiny obviously since they play each other. Sitting at #5 and #6 a ND loss and they probably don't make playoffs, and East loss probably still has them making the playoffs but playing on the road.

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Re: Notre Dame 27 Fayetteville 0

Post by Jason Vorhees » Fri Oct 21, 2016 11:20 pm

Really surprised by the score here in a good way for Notre Dame. Since the Oak Hill loss, Notre Dame has been on a different level. I really believe too, that Notre Dame can not only compete with East, they can beat East.

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