Monday, October 4, 2010

Huron League Thoughts and Questions

Well, things are back to normal around here. It's always nice to have family come visit for a week but when the dog comes too it can be somewhat taxing. I apologize for my moodiness. Here are my thoughts and questions from week 6.

http://www.examiner.com/huron-league-in-detroit/week-6-huron-league-thoughts-and-questions

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Was it one of those little hyper dogs that bark at everything!!

Anonymous said...

Too funny Chris -
When my family comes to stay they are fondly referred to as the "toilet clogging locusts" I feel your pain - you love them and you love them even more when they leave

Huronleaguefootball said...

Is was a great visit and I will miss everyone! I'm just glad to have my home back.:)

Anonymous said...

To the person that posted the "toilet clogging locusts" Same thing happens to us every time when our family comes to visit. Our plumbing works 100% of the time except for the week that they visit. Either we must be related or my wife is also posting to this blog!.

Huronleaguefootball said...

That is classic. That comment will make me smile the rest of the week.

Anonymous said...

OUCH chris, now I have sat quietly and taken our beatings the last few weeks,but can't do it no more. Young FAST talent, yes we have it and they will continue to get better.speed is not the issue. If you come out and watch a game, everyone will notice that usually by the time our qb turns 5 or 6 defenders are in our backfield. Don't know how many kids are fast before they take their first step.

Huronleaguefootball said...

I would love for my Alma Mater to have a successful season every year. There is some good young talent on this squad but I just don't see any burners out there. Am I wrong? I don't see a Conner, Crain or even a Grunow out there.

I think Knoch is going to be a real gem, Blosser is tough as nails and a good back, Chickeral is a good athlete and has some savvy to him but I don't see any real speed.

Huronleaguefootball said...

P.S. I hope I am wrong.

Anonymous said...

blosser runs a 4.78 sophmore

knoch runs at least a 4.9 if not better

chickeral isnt that fast lol

Michael said...

Are those times electronic or by hand? Have seen them both play didn't see blazing speed from either of them. Knoch runs hard as hell, tough little guy. Just an observation, could be wrong. Flat Rocks' team is just too young and lacks depth to compete presently.

Anonymous said...

I cant post from my phone on theExaminer so i have to post here. To the person who posted on the examiner that if the grosse ile D can step up then they can put up the points to beat Airport. What makes u think their D can step up and stop airport when that has been the biggest problem for grosse ile the whole season so far and airport has one of the highest powered O in the league? And also grosse iles' safety cant catch mays. If the D line dont stop him up front and he gets some room he will be gone. HES TOO FAST TO BE CHASED DOWN AND TACKELD! Yes Airport will have to watch for the pass but even if it is a shootout then Airports O is to high powered for a strugling D......AHS Alum 04