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Fairfield Union 28 Vinton County 0

Post by mattash » Mon Sep 03, 2018 2:26 pm

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Post by lugs » Tue Sep 04, 2018 2:04 pm

Vc has had to tough opponents and this week is equally the same. VC was game for the last two and think people are starting to notice that the Vikings have more talent then people thought. This game will be another great competitive game. Good luck to both teams. cant wait to it

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Post by Solomon » Tue Sep 04, 2018 2:53 pm

I saw FU last week against Jackson and FU is better than the score says. I look for FU to get their first win and do it by a bunch. FU wins by two TDs.

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Post by LICKING COUNTY FAN » Tue Sep 04, 2018 5:22 pm

V.C. should win this one, or the season is going to turn into a long one.

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Post by Poo Bear » Tue Sep 04, 2018 5:31 pm

FU has some good size up front and were pretty good against the run. They lost by 13 to a New Lex team that’s about to go 3-0. They did some good things against Jackson. This will not be a cake walk for VC

FU was stronger against the run than wellston

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Post by Dundas » Tue Sep 04, 2018 6:31 pm

This is a big week for VC. Every game in this series has been close and I’d expect this one will be no different. If VC wants to be a true contender for the TVC this year and get back above .500 for the first time since 2004, this is a game they must find a way to win. VC hasn’t started the season 2-1 since 2013, a season in which they finished 5-5. With Meigs and Athens coming up after this, it puts that much more emphasis on this game.

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Post by VetteMan » Thu Sep 06, 2018 7:42 pm

I'm a little surprised that theres not more fans from Vinton County posting about this game. It seems as if this game again'st Fairfield Union should be a pretty good game, and with the chance to be 2 & 1, its just a little odd to me. Lets hope the weather is not a factor. Hope for an injury free game.

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Post by Dundas » Thu Sep 06, 2018 11:24 pm

There’s still time to listen to the preview show before tomorrow’s game!

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Post by Ironman92 » Thu Sep 06, 2018 11:37 pm

I think VC wins this one at home but guessing these teams are pretty even.

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Post by VIKED_MAN » Fri Sep 07, 2018 7:23 pm

GO VIKES

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Post by Kenny Bixx Jr. » Sun Sep 09, 2018 12:36 am

i was sittin on my porch listening to jeff and the judge and im glad i wasnt watchin this one sinc e they dont serve beer at the staduim it sound s like you could nt get drunk enuff to watch it. the vikings had 50 yards of offence. when kb3 got to the house he said that #5 only tuch the ball 10 times and the defeense gave up 300 yards on the same play. I was fixin to go to the next game, i have kin from rutland, but i think i will stay and save myself $5, I will probably need copenhagen later in the week anyway.
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Post by LICKING COUNTY FAN » Sun Sep 09, 2018 10:00 am

Maybe it was mother nature? F.U.
I think they win maybe three more games the rest of the way.(Circleville,Logan Elm and Liberty Union)

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Post by Zunardo » Sun Sep 09, 2018 5:53 pm

I'mThatLady should be pleased.

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Post by boilermaker » Sun Sep 09, 2018 6:44 pm

Little surprised at this score?
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Re: Fairfield Union 28 Vinton County 0

Post by hawkeyepierce » Tue Sep 11, 2018 9:42 am

I have a question. As I understand it, there is a new point of emphasis of "blindside blocking" especially on kick-off.

Well last week, against Southeastern, Sophomore Zack Radabaugh was "llllllllaaaaaaiiiiiiidddddd" out by a blindside block. It was brutal, he laid on the ground for a good four minutes before getting to his feet and making his way to the sideline. Fortunately, he is ok and played this week against Fairfield Union. However, no penalty. I thought that this was a point of emphasis.

This past week, after Fairfield Union scored its first touchdown, Elijah Williams returned the kick-off for a touchdown; however, it was called back for a "blindside block." But this time, there was no Falcon on the ground, no bone-jarring block, no oooohhhhs and aaaaahhhhhs, nothing. In fact, I am not sure that it happen. I would like to see the film.

I guess, what I am assuming is, the crew totally missed it (I don't know how) in the Southeastern game and this crew was at the other end of the extreme, called something ticky-tack by liberally applying the rule.

So my question is, what is the rule?

That was a huge momentum swing in the game. Even though it was early, it seemed like the Vikings could not recover from that.

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Post by lugs » Tue Sep 11, 2018 1:42 pm

The call was on Logan Ward. And it was an awful call. Logan Squared up looking straight ahead and laid a shoulder into the player. Both heading north and south at each other. and the player went flying. To My knowledge a player must be coming from the side out of the field of view of the person being hit. The ref just seen the kid fall and made a judgement call that he was illegally hit because of it. It was sadly a major hit to the team that changed the game. Id love to know the rule also. someone enlighten us please

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Post by VetteMan » Wed Sep 12, 2018 3:18 pm

Did this happen on a kickoff ? Im not really a fan of either school, but are you saying that this one play affected the outcome of the game? Did it happen early in the game,or at what point in the game? I wasn't at the game so I don't really know,but 28 - 0 is a pretty good margin.

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Re: Fairfield Union 28 Vinton County 0

Post by Vik » Wed Sep 12, 2018 8:03 pm

Vikings got a raw deal

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Post by seopcommenter » Wed Sep 12, 2018 8:47 pm

VetteMan wrote:
Wed Sep 12, 2018 3:18 pm
Did this happen on a kickoff ? Im not really a fan of either school, but are you saying that this one play affected the outcome of the game? Did it happen early in the game,or at what point in the game? I wasn't at the game so I don't really know,but 28 - 0 is a pretty good margin.
it sound like it was after fu went ahead 7 points so early in gane

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Post by Dundas » Wed Sep 12, 2018 10:21 pm

VC had their chances early in this one. A punt return to the FFU 20 resulted in a fumble. And then the penalty following the kickoff after a Falcon touchdown. If those two mistakes don’t happen, VC could have and should have been up 14-6/10-6 after one. The remainder of the game was dominated by FFU up front on both sides of the ball. Imo the outcome doesn’t change though. FFU was the better team last Friday night and deserved the win.

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Re: Fairfield Union 28 Vinton County 0

Post by falconbball » Thu Sep 13, 2018 8:30 am

I dont think one penalty changed the outcome of the game it was 28-0........ so if that play stands its 28-7 or 8 I will give them a 2pt conversion, what happened the rest of the game?... FU defense played well

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Re: Fairfield Union 28 Vinton County 0

Post by hawkeyepierce » Thu Sep 13, 2018 2:20 pm

falconbball wrote:
Thu Sep 13, 2018 8:30 am
I dont think one penalty changed the outcome of the game it was 28-0........ so if that play stands its 28-7 or 8 I will give them a 2pt conversion, what happened the rest of the game?... FU defense played well
It is not just a matter of arithmetic. It is a matter of momentum and confidence in, might I remind you, teenagers. After the kick-off was called back, you could see body languages starting to change, shoulders were slumping, heads were hanging, and then everything else falters. If that kick-off return touchdown counted, then it is a 7-7 ballgame and then who knows after that? Momentum in high school sports is paramount! Teams look to seize it and hold on to it, and the other ferociously trying to take it. Especially among teams that are similar, of course it does not matter when you are clearly outmatched; however, the was not the case Friday night. No one with any good sense or sound judgement could look at both of those teams and clearly say one was better than the other. They can't, I don't care who you are.

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