Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby Burg_Grad_77 » Sun Nov 13, 2016 6:36 pm

CHCA sure gives up a lot of points. Do they get big leads and substitute and teams score in the 4th quarter or is their defense that porous that they have to outscore their opponents?
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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby Neutron Man » Sun Nov 13, 2016 6:44 pm

knightruner wrote:
Volunteer wrote:
BurgGrad6 wrote:This is the least full section last night. I'd say home side was close to 90% full...

Burg can thank the rest of the SOC fans for filling up their stands. They couldn't do it alone


That is not the least full side either. I was on the NY side and from the 35 to the goal line west side was almost empty. But that is a side note I think Burg can win it all this year. Seen the Coldwater game today and they are way down this year. Only two starters from last years team. Burg you better do it this year.



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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby TheFlyingDutchman » Sun Nov 13, 2016 7:11 pm

CCC is giving up an avg of 12 points a game, maybe BG77 is thinking of CHCA ?

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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby ItsMyOpinion » Sun Nov 13, 2016 7:55 pm

Wheelersburg success the next couple years will be determined by the realignment of the Regions. Next year is the new 2-year cycle for play-off teams. If Hartley stays in Division IV and no private schools or Columbus area schools are added to the region, Wheelersburg will continue to play for the title.

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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby ArmChairQB » Sun Nov 13, 2016 7:57 pm

93Bulldog wrote:More than 50!!! Plenty of parking at Athens. We had over 5,000 there for athens/ny a few years back & it wasn't a huge issue. And that was before softball field was moved.

That's some BS -in 2011 people had to park at McDonalds / how far away was that ?

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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby PirateBB » Sun Nov 13, 2016 8:18 pm

One game at a time. Feeling confident about this Friday and we'll see how the Final 4 goes.

In the last 2 years, Burg team is 25-1, with the only loss against Coldwater. In those 26 games, Burg Defense has given up 7 points or less in 16 of those games!!! Burg Offense has scored 30 points or more in 21 of those games!!!

With the major contributions of Sophomores and Juniors this year, even with a tougher schedule next year, next year's team is going to be really strong.

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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby Oak » Sun Nov 13, 2016 8:26 pm

Neutron Man wrote:Better Do It This Year?? Why? Just Cause Coldwater Might Be Down? Newsflash! Burg's Team Next Season Is Quite Possibly Better Than This Years.
Returning Juniors And Sophomores Are Very Very Talented!
Don't Be Shocked To See Burg Back At This Spot Or Further The Next 2-3 Seasons!


Just imagine how good they'll be 10 years from now since they get better every year lol

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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby Sport Fan » Sun Nov 13, 2016 8:37 pm

Oak wrote:
Neutron Man wrote:Better Do It This Year?? Why? Just Cause Coldwater Might Be Down? Newsflash! Burg's Team Next Season Is Quite Possibly Better Than This Years.
Returning Juniors And Sophomores Are Very Very Talented!
Don't Be Shocked To See Burg Back At This Spot Or Further The Next 2-3 Seasons!


Just imagine how good they'll be 10 years from now since they get better every year lol



Wow this is truly the smartest statement you have ever made on this site. I agree....

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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby Oak » Sun Nov 13, 2016 8:41 pm

Sport Fan wrote:
Oak wrote:
Neutron Man wrote:Better Do It This Year?? Why? Just Cause Coldwater Might Be Down? Newsflash! Burg's Team Next Season Is Quite Possibly Better Than This Years.
Returning Juniors And Sophomores Are Very Very Talented!
Don't Be Shocked To See Burg Back At This Spot Or Further The Next 2-3 Seasons!


Just imagine how good they'll be 10 years from now since they get better every year lol


Wow this is truly the smartest statement you have ever made on this site. I agree....


Evidently alot of kool-aid is drank in the burg

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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby 93Bulldog » Sun Nov 13, 2016 8:45 pm

Armchair ... opening up the practice fields for parking, like they did for jackson/chilli, combined with the old softball field makes parking completely irrelevant. One didnt exist in 2011 & access to practice fields has been completely redone. Unless there is gonna be 10,000 people there, parking will not be a problem at all!

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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby Neutron Man » Sun Nov 13, 2016 8:46 pm

Oak wrote:
Sport Fan wrote:
Oak wrote:
Just imagine how good they'll be 10 years from now since they get better every year lol


Wow this is truly the smartest statement you have ever made on this site. I agree....


Evidently alot of kool-aid is drank in the burg


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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby wobycat » Sun Nov 13, 2016 8:46 pm

Oak wrote:
wobycat wrote:
Abe Froman wrote:
The 54 yards was due to NY not being a particularly strong opponent. SMH


They've practically held every team's rushing like that except for Jackson, and they won that game rather easily. So 11 out of 12 opponents they've owned the line of scrimmage on the defensive side of the ball. It's not their weakness.


Didn't Waverly have 2 really long runs right up the middle?


Yeah so?

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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby Sport Fan » Sun Nov 13, 2016 8:48 pm

Oak wrote:
Sport Fan wrote:
Oak wrote:
Just imagine how good they'll be 10 years from now since they get better every year lol


Wow this is truly the smartest statement you have ever made on this site. I agree....


Evidently alot of kool-aid is drank in the burg


I know Oak, deep down you want to be a Burg fan.... You do want a drink of this Kool-Aid.....Don't you??

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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby Raider6309 » Sun Nov 13, 2016 8:52 pm

ItsMyOpinion wrote:Wheelersburg success the next couple years will be determined by the realignment of the Regions. Next year is the new 2-year cycle for play-off teams. If Hartley stays in Division IV and no private schools or Columbus area schools are added to the region, Wheelersburg will continue to play for the title.


Its hard to tell what competitive balance does to the divisions. Also seems like the smaller Catholics are losing enrollment. Mooney and Ursuline seem to be getting smaller and both have dominant teams coming up

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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby Oak » Sun Nov 13, 2016 9:13 pm

Sport Fan wrote:
Oak wrote:
Sport Fan wrote:
Wow this is truly the smartest statement you have ever made on this site. I agree....


Evidently alot of kool-aid is drank in the burg


I know Oak, deep down you want to be a Burg fan.... You do want a drink of this Kool-Aid.....Don't you??

Negative. From the stuff I've read their wouldn't be much left anyway

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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby Oak » Sun Nov 13, 2016 9:22 pm

Raider6309 wrote:
ItsMyOpinion wrote:Wheelersburg success the next couple years will be determined by the realignment of the Regions. Next year is the new 2-year cycle for play-off teams. If Hartley stays in Division IV and no private schools or Columbus area schools are added to the region, Wheelersburg will continue to play for the title.


Its hard to tell what competitive balance does to the divisions. Also seems like the smaller Catholics are losing enrollment. Mooney and Ursuline seem to be getting smaller and both have dominant teams coming up


Glad the Catholic schools are out of the region. They should be totally separate anyways. But either way the losses of the Hartley's and Bishop Ready's combined with the down cycle of local teams has made Region 19 a bit of a joke. Wheelersburg is legit and fortunate that they are "up" while the region is "down".

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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby G&g » Sun Nov 13, 2016 10:02 pm

After reading these posts, neither parking nor seating should be a problem. Because, Coshocton doesn't even need to show up. Wheelersburg already has a down Coldwater defeated and into the title game.

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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby Raider6309 » Sun Nov 13, 2016 10:21 pm

The only thing certain in D5 is Canton Central Catholic is in the state finals. If Coldwater makes it back it might be a 30-0 payback game

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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby wobycat » Sun Nov 13, 2016 10:45 pm

Does anyone have any thoughts about the matchup? Or is this the we can't wait til burg gets beat thread?

I Watched that Dover game on utube. I didn't break down the game, but noticed a few things.

Backs are big and hard nosed but they didn't look extremely fast. Line is not that big but pretty good. They run a lot of misdirection and do a decent job mixing up their formations. QB is not a passer but decent at times. Not much subbing going on with this team as they have a bunch of seniors that look to play both ways. Defensively they didn't look that good against Dover when they were in the spread. They eat clock keeping opponents offense off the field. For burg to win they've got to get coshocton in 3 and 5 or longer. They also will have to pass well. Look for Holden to be effective in the game. Burg wins if they keep time of possession close.

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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby P(irate) » Mon Nov 14, 2016 6:49 am

wobycat wrote:Does anyone have any thoughts about the matchup? Or is this the we can't wait til burg gets beat thread?

I Watched that Dover game on utube. I didn't break down the game, but noticed a few things.

Backs are big and hard nosed but they didn't look extremely fast. Line is not that big but pretty good. They run a lot of misdirection and do a decent job mixing up their formations. QB is not a passer but decent at times. Not much subbing going on with this team as they have a bunch of seniors that look to play both ways. Defensively they didn't look that good against Dover when they were in the spread. They eat clock keeping opponents offense off the field. For burg to win they've got to get coshocton in 3 and 5 or longer. They also will have to pass well. Look for Holden to be effective in the game. Burg wins if they keep time of possession close.

I don't think TOP is going to be a problem. With the majority of the kids going both ways for CHS I think a heavy dose of the no huddle will wear them down and Burg will be able to score at will by the time this one is over. They can take all the time they need. That should be the only break they get.
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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby wobycat » Mon Nov 14, 2016 7:07 am

I agree with the up tempo but I think a really lopsided TOP would favor them if they are getting points on the board. We usually don't win TOP but the times when teams had a really long time of TOP against us they usually kept the scoring close in that Quarter. This is a game where our lbs and ss's have to be sure tacklers. I think we are two to three tds better. Could see a running clock if our offense is efficient every possession.

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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby Ironmen32 » Mon Nov 14, 2016 8:25 am

wobycat wrote:Does anyone have any thoughts about the matchup? Or is this the we can't wait til burg gets beat thread?

I Watched that Dover game on utube. I didn't break down the game, but noticed a few things.

Backs are big and hard nosed but they didn't look extremely fast. Line is not that big but pretty good. They run a lot of misdirection and do a decent job mixing up their formations. QB is not a passer but decent at times. Not much subbing going on with this team as they have a bunch of seniors that look to play both ways. Defensively they didn't look that good against Dover when they were in the spread. They eat clock keeping opponents offense off the field. For burg to win they've got to get coshocton in 3 and 5 or longer. They also will have to pass well. Look for Holden to be effective in the game. Burg wins if they keep time of possession close.

Anyway someone could post the link from YouTube of the Coshocton/Dover game.

Might just take this one in on Saturday, this game should be a good test for Burg.
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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby YOU'RE TIGER BAIT » Mon Nov 14, 2016 9:53 am

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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

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best not sleep on creston norwayne

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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby Ironmen32 » Mon Nov 14, 2016 10:16 am

icanpickem wrote:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-jA9sbSUCM


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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby BuBuBurgistheWORD » Mon Nov 14, 2016 11:07 am

I am terrified of Coshocton's size which I think is going to be a problem for Wheelersburg. I think they will just pound it and pound it and Wheelersburg will quit. As much as I don't like to say it, Im taking the Skins by a TD. I think Wheelersburg is looking past this game to the state semis and will get caught sleeping. Still a great year for Wheelersburg.

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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby mrwonderful » Mon Nov 14, 2016 11:34 am

Coshocton is going to bully the bully in this game....Coshocton by 1 TD maybe 2....

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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby Piratepride » Mon Nov 14, 2016 11:35 am

Coshoctons defense is slow watch the Dover game they can handle the run up front pass over the top defense has no speed all their players go both ways. Coshoctons offense is good running but they are it that fast if wuarterback has to pass he throws it away unless it's a short pass

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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby P(irate) » Mon Nov 14, 2016 12:02 pm

They live on the short throws to the flats.
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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby Neutron Man » Mon Nov 14, 2016 12:54 pm

P(irate) wrote:They live on the short throws to the flats.


probably not good when Burg plays 10yards off the Receiver!! I hate it when they do that!
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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby wobycat » Mon Nov 14, 2016 12:57 pm

BuBuBurgistheWORD wrote:I am terrified of Coshocton's size which I think is going to be a problem for Wheelersburg. I think they will just pound it and pound it and Wheelersburg will quit. As much as I don't like to say it, Im taking the Skins by a TD. I think Wheelersburg is looking past this game to the state semis and will get caught sleeping. Still a great year for Wheelersburg.


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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby fbnut » Mon Nov 14, 2016 1:04 pm

wobycat wrote:
BuBuBurgistheWORD wrote:I am terrified of Coshocton's size which I think is going to be a problem for Wheelersburg. I think they will just pound it and pound it and Wheelersburg will quit. As much as I don't like to say it, Im taking the Skins by a TD. I think Wheelersburg is looking past this game to the state semis and will get caught sleeping. Still a great year for Wheelersburg.


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yep
you could make that argument but burg kids will never quit
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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby P(irate) » Mon Nov 14, 2016 1:05 pm

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P(irate) wrote:They live on the short throws to the flats.


probably not good when Burg plays 10yards off the Receiver!! I hate it when they do that!

The receiver runs the DB off and the RB goes to the flats. Not so worried about the 10 yards. LB's are going to have to take the brunt of the load this weekend. Deciphering between run and pass will be tough, coupled with getting to the flats in time to make a stop or break up a pass will be important. I would like to see the defensive ends take the flats and the LB's play the run first.
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Re: Region 19 #3 Coshocton (11-1) @ #1 Wheelersburg (12-0)

Postby Ironmen32 » Mon Nov 14, 2016 1:06 pm

It's Week 13, no one is going to look past their opponent. That's just silly, but I do believe that Burg will struggle.

Jackson moved the ball at times against the Burg defense, but I'm not sure Coshocton has the speed and athleticism of Jackson, but they definitely have the size. This game will be close into the 4th quarter, expect Burg to score late and widen the gap.

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