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East 32 Notre Dame 26

Postby js7_22 » Sat Oct 22, 2016 11:09 am

Should be an epic matchup between the two teams. East has the perfect record on the line, almost guaranteed a spot in the playoffs (currently #3 in Region 27) and looking for home field advantage...

Notre Dame coming off a big shutout win @ Fayetteville, could get in with a loss possibly (currently #7 in Region 27), and def in with a win, possibly home field with a win.

Not to mention the rivalry between the two schools the last couple of years in other sports, including football.

SOC title is on the line... East wins it outright with a win, Notre Dame gets a piece of it with a win.

These two teams could see each other again in the playoffs if the stars align.

East's balance attack vs Notre Dame's run.

Comparing the only true game either team has played in the SOC where the games were close. Throw out records (Notre Dame had Oak Hill beat, but let it slip in the last seconds.) East had a back and forth game with Oak Hill, East came out on top at the end with a last minute touchdown.

I couldn't think of a better night (supposed to be 70 degrees and no rain) at Historic Spartan Stadium to decide a lot, one of Ohio's most historic stadiums in football history.



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Postby Jason Vorhees » Sat Oct 22, 2016 12:00 pm

I'll take Notre Dame in a nail-biter 26-21.

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Postby The Oaf » Sat Oct 22, 2016 12:23 pm

I'd love to see this one! Should go down to the wire.
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Postby SEOPlegend » Sat Oct 22, 2016 2:45 pm

East by 2 touchdowns. These boys have not played to there potential thus far. With Scott being back brings back a lot of opportunities for them. They are 9-0 and looking for the tenth. I won't be surprised to see them play there best game and dismantle Notre Dame. Notre Dame has a good team this year but a roster filled with 18 boys won't cut it going against one of the best teams if not the best in the region. Kayser and Johnson will do what they do and yes they might score as well but East also has Brown and Scott running for them as well. If East stops Kayser they win easily which I predict they will.
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Postby Mailman » Sat Oct 22, 2016 4:04 pm

I think it's a tough close game. Within 10 points.

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Postby noles_fan » Sat Oct 22, 2016 10:18 pm

This should be the game of the week.

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Postby ManitouDan2 » Sat Oct 22, 2016 10:52 pm

This game tonight or next Sat ?

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Postby Mailman » Sat Oct 22, 2016 11:49 pm

ManitouDan2 wrote:This game tonight or next Sat ?

Next Saturday 29th

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Postby Jeremy ghs05 » Sun Oct 23, 2016 12:11 am

Notre Dame by 3 points

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Postby greygoose » Sun Oct 23, 2016 12:30 am

This is a tough game to call, Notre Dame handling Fayetteville the way they did really surprised me. I believe Notre Dame has really improved by leaps and bounds since beginning of the season. Yeah the Scott boy is back which is a morale boost but with him being out for so long hard for me to really think he's going to make a huge difference at this point. Having 18 boys I don't believe has anything to do with it, maybe if we were talking about week 1 and conditioning might be an issue. Notre Dame is a very sound team and East will need to play they're best ball. I think East will actually be able to use the pass more in this game to come out on top. Lowe has the arm to stretch the defense of ND who typically struggles with the pass and I'll take East by 1-2 scores. Should be heck of a game playoffs on the line for ND, home playoff spot on the line for East and the outright SOCI crown. Good Luck to both teams

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Postby Abe Froman » Sun Oct 23, 2016 9:47 am

Could go either way, and hopefully this will be an instant classic.

Good luck to both teams, great years for each of them.

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Postby Neutron Man » Sun Oct 23, 2016 5:43 pm

what time does it start?
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Postby Mailman » Sun Oct 23, 2016 6:02 pm

Neutron Man wrote:what time does it start?

7:00 PM Saturday the 29th at Spartan Municipal Stadium

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Postby MeyerSpread » Sun Oct 23, 2016 11:33 pm

They could very well play back to back weeks

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Postby Stone Cold » Mon Oct 24, 2016 9:17 am

Coach Ashley will have his kids ready to play and they pull of the upset. Their kicker puts one through the uprights late, 24-21, Titans.
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Postby art_vandelay » Mon Oct 24, 2016 4:08 pm

Not only for a piece of SOC I championship, but winner of this game likely gets a home playoff game while loser likely goes on the road (East already clinched playoffs, ND has 88% chance of being in even with a loss). Probably best matchup of running backs in area this year (Brown v. Kayser/Johnson). East's passing game could cause ND problems, but will East be able to stay focused and avoid penalties? Will be a good one either way.*

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Postby Jason Vorhees » Mon Oct 24, 2016 4:33 pm

That's the one area where East has the decided advantage, passing. If Notre Dame gives Rowe time to get his feet set, he could be the difference. I am interested to see how ND defense plays on Bruton.

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Postby Mailman » Mon Oct 24, 2016 5:52 pm

Lowe is best passer in league, but Oak Hill throws the ball well and ND picked him off 3 times I think. Burton will be a tough match-up. It will come down to big plays. Who can avoid giving them up? I'm excited for this one.

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Postby SEOPlegend » Mon Oct 24, 2016 7:25 pm

That's comical ^^ Oak Hill didn't pass at all against East and even Fayetteville was passing the ball on them and they are really slow. Notre Dame has two fast players, there line is average and a qaurterback that won't be able to pass against boys that can move. The question is will Notre Dame be able to match all the talent East has?
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Postby The Oaf » Mon Oct 24, 2016 7:32 pm

How big of a crowd at old Spartan Stadium Saturday night?
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Postby one Oak » Mon Oct 24, 2016 7:40 pm

The Oak Hill quarterback that played against Notre Dame was hurt in the Wheelersburg game and didn't play against East.

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Postby greygoose » Mon Oct 24, 2016 11:56 pm

East has more of the size and speed at the WR position, including spreading Akia out at the WR compared to anyone ND has played this year. Typically ND struggles with the vertical throws and allowing WRs to get behind them. I think East exploits this and comes out on top.

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Postby Mad-Dogg » Tue Oct 25, 2016 12:45 am

I would love to see this one. Gonna be a epic battle. I'm takin east by a couple scores
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Postby YOU'RE TIGER BAIT » Tue Oct 25, 2016 7:47 am

these 2 teams are having an amazing year.
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Postby AllAboutTheU » Tue Oct 25, 2016 8:12 am

ND must stop the pass. You may see Johnson or Kayser man up on Akia. I think Mader can match up with Kanyon at the WR spot. Turnovers will be key in this game. A win for ND will guarantee a playoff spot and a share for SOC I Title. East must plan a clean game and keep their heads. Either way I am sure this game will get a little bit chippy, but what do you expect its a RIVALRY GAME!

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Postby js7_22 » Tue Oct 25, 2016 8:18 am

SEOPlegend wrote:That's comical ^^ Oak Hill didn't pass at all against East and even Fayetteville was passing the ball on them and they are really slow. Notre Dame has two fast players, there line is average and a qaurterback that won't be able to pass against boys that can move. The question is will Notre Dame be able to match all the talent East has?


Fayetteville was passing on who? They completed a couple of passes, and most were just 3 yard quick hits outside. If they were so successful passing the ball, why didn't they stick to it and use it? Because it didn't work, that is why. Where do you get your information? Hanging around outside of the film room? East saw Oak Hill's 2nd/3rd string QB...

Why don't you cut down some more players, superstar. If you would like to start a name calling war, that is fine, we could go on and on about that, but some of us are choosing to respect that. Like you said, you just graduated from East, so we all know you just want them to do well, that is great, but why put down every team they play week to week? Young and classless.

Oak Hill who had their 1st string QB when ND played, they also attempted to throw and got picked off 3 times while doing so. So saying they will struggle with the pass is "up in the air" until Saturday. East will move the ball, as will Notre Dame, turnovers and penalties will be crucial in this game. Players will come in extra tense and hyped up, who will settle down first and draw first blood?

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Postby js7_22 » Tue Oct 25, 2016 8:22 am

The Oaf wrote:How big of a crowd at old Spartan Stadium Saturday night?


Would love to see a packed house Saturday night, almost like a playoff game back in the day.

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Postby SEOPlegend » Tue Oct 25, 2016 9:19 am

js7_22 wrote:
SEOPlegend wrote:That's comical ^^ Oak Hill didn't pass at all against East and even Fayetteville was passing the ball on them and they are really slow. Notre Dame has two fast players, there line is average and a qaurterback that won't be able to pass against boys that can move. The question is will Notre Dame be able to match all the talent East has?


Fayetteville was passing on who? They completed a couple of passes, and most were just 3 yard quick hits outside. If they were so successful passing the ball, why didn't they stick to it and use it? Because it didn't work, that is why. Where do you get your information? Hanging around outside of the film room? East saw Oak Hill's 2nd/3rd string QB...

Why don't you cut down some more players, superstar. If you would like to start a name calling war, that is fine, we could go on and on about that, but some of us are choosing to respect that. Like you said, you just graduated from East, so we all know you just want them to do well, that is great, but why put down every team they play week to week? Young and classless.

Oak Hill who had their 1st string QB when ND played, they also attempted to throw and got picked off 3 times while doing so. So saying they will struggle with the pass is "up in the air" until Saturday. East will move the ball, as will Notre Dame, turnovers and penalties will be crucial in this game. Players will come in extra tense and hyped up, who will settle down first and draw first blood?

Nobody is downing anybody, I predicted my score by two TDs and you sir are the one that commented back. Watch and see, Notre Dame is not on East level yet.
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Postby js7_22 » Tue Oct 25, 2016 9:24 am

SEOPlegend wrote:
js7_22 wrote:
SEOPlegend wrote:That's comical ^^ Oak Hill didn't pass at all against East and even Fayetteville was passing the ball on them and they are really slow. Notre Dame has two fast players, there line is average and a qaurterback that won't be able to pass against boys that can move. The question is will Notre Dame be able to match all the talent East has?


Fayetteville was passing on who? They completed a couple of passes, and most were just 3 yard quick hits outside. If they were so successful passing the ball, why didn't they stick to it and use it? Because it didn't work, that is why. Where do you get your information? Hanging around outside of the film room? East saw Oak Hill's 2nd/3rd string QB...

Why don't you cut down some more players, superstar. If you would like to start a name calling war, that is fine, we could go on and on about that, but some of us are choosing to respect that. Like you said, you just graduated from East, so we all know you just want them to do well, that is great, but why put down every team they play week to week? Young and classless.

Oak Hill who had their 1st string QB when ND played, they also attempted to throw and got picked off 3 times while doing so. So saying they will struggle with the pass is "up in the air" until Saturday. East will move the ball, as will Notre Dame, turnovers and penalties will be crucial in this game. Players will come in extra tense and hyped up, who will settle down first and draw first blood?

Nobody is downing anybody, I predicted my score by two TDs and you sir are the one that commented back. Watch and see, Notre Dame is not on East level yet.


"Their line is average and quarterback that won't be able to pass against boys that can move" You discredit everything that have done. You are the only one saying this type of stuff...

Keep telling yourself this. East is good, we get that. Be humble once in your life, it'll pay off, I promise.

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Postby SEOPlegend » Tue Oct 25, 2016 9:30 am

Very humble sir and very happy for the boys this year going undefeated. This is what this page is for. To argue, and give your opinion. If you cant handle tough love sir then you don't need to comment. It is what it is, East is the better team in this matchup and yes Notre Dame blowed out some teams but you cant forget that there starters play the whole game. East does the same thing to teams but with the exception of Oak Hill and Alexander there jv is in 4th quarter and 3rd in some cases.
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Postby SEOPlegend » Tue Oct 25, 2016 9:32 am

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Postby AllAboutTheU » Tue Oct 25, 2016 10:12 am

The reason their starters play the whole game is bc they have to play the whole game! ND does not have skilled position backups. East has played the same competition as the Titans, the only team that is really worth anything this year would be Alexander but they are not very good. ND has played Southern who is in the top 8 in the region and Fayetteville Perry who was 6-2 coming into the ND game. Don't get me wrong East is good, but as far as saying ND is not on their level idk about that. What level is East on, surely not Burg level. ND needs to be able to match the physical play of East plain and simple, if they don't ND will lose.

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Postby js7_22 » Tue Oct 25, 2016 11:35 am

SEOPlegend wrote:Very humble sir and very happy for the boys this year going undefeated. This is what this page is for. To argue, and give your opinion. If you cant handle tough love sir then you don't need to comment. It is what it is, East is the better team in this matchup and yes Notre Dame blowed out some teams but you cant forget that there starters play the whole game. East does the same thing to teams but with the exception of Oak Hill and Alexander there jv is in 4th quarter and 3rd in some cases.


You do realize they (ND) removed some of the starters and let younger guys play...They have more than 11 guys on the team (21-22 to be exact).

The definition of humble must be a bit different for you. East blew (blowed is not a word) out 5 teams with a combined record of 10-35, far from spectacular.

Like I have said, East is a good team, I do not discredit that at all. I just find what you say about them to be VERY uneducated and juvenile at best.

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Postby js7_22 » Tue Oct 25, 2016 11:39 am

AllAboutTheU wrote:The reason their starters play the whole game is bc they have to play the whole game! ND does not have skilled position backups. East has played the same competition as the Titans, the only team that is really worth anything this year would be Alexander but they are not very good. ND has played Southern who is in the top 8 in the region and Fayetteville Perry who was 6-2 coming into the ND game. Don't get me wrong East is good, but as far as saying ND is not on their level idk about that. What level is East on, surely not Burg level. ND needs to be able to match the physical play of East plain and simple, if they don't ND will lose.


Great observation and an educated response. This will be a dogfight in my opinion. I don't think ND will try to match up with physical play to be honest. Playing smart and limiting mistakes will help them out more than anything. They must not get into a physicality matchup, I don't believe they can win that. But spreading out the defense, no costly penalties and pick up positive yardage with their speed will help Notre Dame.

East must not have penalties and personal fouls. They have a balanced attack but I'm sure we will see the wishbone style ground and pound out of them until it is stopped.

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Re: WK10 (9-0) Sciotoville East @ (7-2) Notre Dame

Postby The Oaf » Tue Oct 25, 2016 12:17 pm

js7_22 wrote:
The Oaf wrote:How big of a crowd at old Spartan Stadium Saturday night?


Would love to see a packed house Saturday night, almost like a playoff game back in the day.


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