cowboyz wrote:Defense wins championships... teams are evenly matched EXCEPT Muenster appears to have an edge on defense. Albany has given up twice as many points throughout the season and checking the box scores many of them were in the competitive portion of the game. Muenster 35-21.
Windthorstfan wrote:Most computer projections have Muenster a TD favorite versus Albany, Wellington, and Tenaha. Have to continue to take care of the ball and stay healthy. Was surprised Muenster was playing with their starters on their final TD drive in the 4th qtr up 34-0.
Pigskin Swammy wrote: I suspect Coach Carney played his kids as deep into the game hoping to build endurance for the Albany game..
Windthorstfan wrote:Pigskin Swammy wrote: I suspect Coach Carney played his kids as deep into the game hoping to build endurance for the Albany game..
Then why not play them the final 6 minutes up 41-0 on defense?!!! Heck Mart pulled their kids on their final possessions against us and we barely played a quarter in plays in the second half with the non-stop clock. Approximately 80 plays were run in the 1st half by both teams and only 28 in the second half. "Style points" don't matter in the playoffs just win and keep you kids healthy. There were a couple of hits in the Munday-Muenster where I was concerned for the Muenster kid's knees. Clean solid hits.
lsg13 wrote:Albany has had a slightly tougher schedule,nobody the caliber of Colorado City or Cisco on Muenster schedule,but those games were a long time ago,I think Albany by 7
HORNETdad wrote:lsg13 wrote:Albany has had a slightly tougher schedule,nobody the caliber of Colorado City or Cisco on Muenster schedule,but those games were a long time ago,I think Albany by 7
Colorado City beat Iraan only by 20? I wouldn’t call that a tougher opponent honestly .... but us playing valley view I would put up there
Windthorstfan wrote:Saw this on Twitter:
Muenster: No. 1 in scoring offense in 2A DII, No. 1 in scoring defense in 2A DII.
Albany: No. 2 in scoring offense in 2A DII, No. 4 in scoring defense in 2A DII.
Toomb wrote:Penalties did hurt Albany. There was a number of Albany people and non Albany people that talked about the refs. Muenster got away with a number of holds, defensive holding on Albany WRs, and Muenster movement and WR leaving before snap that was never called. I did not care for the Refs. Sure those things can hurt but that is not what got Albany beat.
Albany has not been playing at a high lever consistently for a number of weeks. Dont get me wrong, some of the players played consistently at a high level but as a team they did not. I watched Muenster 3 times before Albany played them and every time I watched them they played at a high level. After the first time I watched them I felt Albany could beat them. At the time Albany had played at a high level up to the Cross Plains game, but after that it was not consistent and that worried me. What it came down to is Muenster played Muenster football and Albany did not play Albany football. The play calling was pathetic. There was a lot of Albany people yelling at the coaches and not all that there was a number of non Albany people making comments on it as well. Did not do anything that got them there. Not the first time Albany people have seen that though.
It is down to 4 teams now. Good luck to all of them.
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