658 yards, 10 tds, 22ypc

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  1. gtexan02

    gtexan02 Working?

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    Thats right, a WVa HS kid attained those stats! Crazy, isn't it?

    I had no idea where to post this, but thought ya'll would appreciate this!

    How crazy is that? I don't even know how you would run that far, that fast, that many times without just exhausting yourself. Even if the other team was unbelievably terrible, you'd think he'd get tired after a while.

    http://sports.espn.go.com/sports/news/story?id=2608373

     
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    Thats is crazy, Good for him!..................


    Probably during "garbage" time right?:rolleyes:
     
  3. gg no re

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    He is a once in a lifetime back.... he must absolutely be drafted out of high school, regardless of rules!
     
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    Can you say "Free ride at the college of his choice". I know I can.
     
  5. NEROtheZERO

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    10 TD but the score was 64-0?

    What?
     
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    You see, a TD is worth 6 points, that would equal 60 points. After the first two TD's and two 2-point conversions, they probably kneeled on the ball after scoring a TD. After all, no point in running up the score (anymore).
     
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    I can't tell if you are being facetious or not but why would they go for a 2 pt conversion? That makes absolutely no sense. I am leaning toward the media counting the TD that was called back for sensationalism.
     
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    AHAHAHA! lol:
     


  9. gg no re

    gg no re iggnorent

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    The school probably didn't have a soccer team to recruit a kicker from.
     
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    Alot of high school teams dont have kickers.
     
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    hell of a game, but it doesn't appear schools are knocking down his door to get to him though.
     
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    not to take away anything from his numbers but after about 300 yards and 5tds im thinking the other team just gave up.
     
  13. real

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    I don't know...Im kinda skeptical about that one...the score doesn't add up...They have to have had a horrible kicker....

    Why did the coach even leave the kid in the game after the score was so out of hand....

    I question the competion....
     
  14. kastofsna

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    plenty of high school kickers miss PATs all the time. they're not automatic like the pros or even college.

    this reminds me of kwane doster in high school going 354 yards on 17 carries for 7 TDs. that was the most ridiculous thing i've seen.
     
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    Why did the coach leave the kid in? Just to pad his stats? That's absolutely ridiculous that he didn't take the kid out.
     
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    Guys I am from WV and while I dont know of this kid I do know that Matewan is a joke and they play no one. So while these are impressive numbers they are extremely overexxagerated and would not be put up in any other state except WV.
     
  18. real

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    Thanks for the clarification....Thats what I thought...
     

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