Will this ever end.... Let it go.....Say what you want to say, I was there as well.... Ira had total control of the game from the opening kick off. There are alot of "what ifs" in every game, let it go. Maybe WV will get another chance this season??? Depth does'nt win every game, those Ira boys played all 4 quarters and I saw not one kid even breathing hard in the 4th. WV did have an awesome team last year no doubt, but Ira was the better team THAT NIGHTsixmanness wrote:If WV wants to WIN State? I think they should???? This is SIXMAN BALL, Not 11Man...... I Posted after there game Ira vs WV. WV should have won that game.
My thoughts on the WV vs Ira --- I'm neutral, wasn't going for either team, just expecting to see some good sixman ball
Perhaps I'm old school sixman and believe that you should always play your best six (It's the playoffs). These kids can go all 4 quarters nonstop from beginning to end. i.e Ira playing their best six on both side of the ball all game long.
What i saw in Blackwell Friday night is something I've never seen before in sixman ball. WV exchanging 3-4 player per play on Offense & Defence. Was WV depth really that good to be able to exchange that many player in per play? I didn't think so...... Was the WV coach expecting Ira to get tired? I believe he was....I think had WV played it's BEST six they would have won the game. They had more talent all around than Ira did. Ira had their beast #12 and 3 solid players. I think someone in an earlier post mention the stiff arm job #12 did on one of WV kids that made him look like a man among boys. WV on the other had a 6 solid players that could have won the game for WV had they play the full game. With that said, WV did a pretty good job containing #12 (Probably would have done even better if WV played it's BEST six)
Just my opinion???? In the end Ira, playing their best six players all night on both sides of the ball took control of the game and finish fresher than WV ......
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