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maxman
09-14-2010, 10:30 AM
Email from committee chairman on theoldcoach cancels meeting after unanimous vote it's "not needed"

DEC email cancels 7-on-7 meeting (http://theoldcoach.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1126149)

toonman
09-14-2010, 12:15 PM
We need to thank District 6-5A for this speedy resolution by the District 7-5A.

slcdragonfan
09-14-2010, 12:37 PM
We need to thank District 6-5A for this speedy resolution by the District 7-5A.

:)

SLC93
09-14-2010, 12:44 PM
No surprise here. With Trinity being cleared, unanimously, was there anything consider regarding Carroll? The right call was made here.

JagDad07
09-14-2010, 12:47 PM
So it's fine and dandy to coach from the endzone during 7v7?

Glad to know - everyone in the state will be coaching their kids from the endzone this coming year.

Drag Goon
09-14-2010, 12:52 PM
Did you notice Guyer's name was also listed as part of the investigation? Guess they were the other team that was warming up while all the "coaching" was going on.

QQQ
09-14-2010, 12:54 PM
my Jagfriend.... I think we can agree on one thing..... we most definitely want them to show up and sit close to the action.... result.... an 18 yr old won't do something stupid when play gets physical. It's really that simple.

JagDad07
09-14-2010, 01:00 PM
Good to know. All coaches across Texas need to be coaching from the end zone for 7v7 this coming summer. There is no longer a prohibition, even thought the UIL rules say otherwise.

I'm sure there are some other rules that are "minor" in the eyes of many that should be violated as well. The precendent is now set that minor rules need not be adhered to.

Comanche
09-14-2010, 01:27 PM
Good to know. All coaches across Texas need to be coaching from the end zone for 7v7 this coming summer. There is no longer a prohibition, even thought the UIL rules say otherwise.

I'm sure there are some other rules that are "minor" in the eyes of many that should be violated as well. The precendent is now set that minor rules need not be adhered to.

JagDad you just don't get it, do ya?

JagDad07
09-14-2010, 01:30 PM
JagDad you just don't get it, do ya?
No, I guess I don't. Please explain it to me.

LPFAN
09-14-2010, 01:34 PM
Good to know. All coaches across Texas need to be coaching from the end zone for 7v7 this coming summer. There is no longer a prohibition, even thought the UIL rules say otherwise.

I'm sure there are some other rules that are "minor" in the eyes of many that should be violated as well. The precendent is now set that minor rules need not be adhered to.

I am not justifying what those coaches did if they did break the rules nor am I saying it is ok to break the rules or the law. Having said that, do you ALWAYS drive the speed limit? Have you ever gone 1 mile over the speed limit? Do you always make complete stops at a stop sign when nobody is coming? Do you always use your blinker when changing lanes or turning?

If you ALWAYS obey ALL the rules of the road then you are the only one I have ever known to do that. If you don't then I guess the precedent was set a long time ago when you chose to break the rules of the road because "minor rules need not be adhered to." Kids learn how to break rules from their parents too. Not just from their coaches.

Rules are rules regardless if they are 7on7 rules, high school football rules or rules/laws of the road.

Let he who is without sin (who has never broken any rules/laws) cast the first stone.

Just something to think about. Not trying to attack you. Just trying to put things in perspective.

slcdragonfan
09-14-2010, 02:18 PM
Good to know. All coaches across Texas need to be coaching from the end zone for 7v7 this coming summer. There is no longer a prohibition, even thought the UIL rules say otherwise.

I'm sure there are some other rules that are "minor" in the eyes of many that should be violated as well. The precedent is now set that minor rules need not be adhered to.

Really? I thought what was decided was that the evidence was such that there was no case, thus innocent. Of course, you know better because you watched the B.S. hour, right?

sometimes, where there is apparent smoke, it is just fog.

Shadowweaver
09-14-2010, 02:24 PM
I am not justifying what those coaches did if they did break the rules nor am I saying it is ok to break the rules or the law. Having said that, do you ALWAYS drive the speed limit? Have you ever gone 1 mile over the speed limit? Do you always make complete stops at a stop sign when nobody is coming? Do you always use your blinker when changing lanes or turning?

If you ALWAYS obey ALL the rules of the road then you are the only one I have ever known to do that. If you don't then I guess the precedent was set a long time ago when you chose to break the rules of the road because "minor rules need not be adhered to." Kids learn how to break rules from their parents too. Not just from their coaches.

Rules are rules regardless if they are 7on7 rules, high school football rules or rules/laws of the road.

Let he who is without sin (who has never broken any rules/laws) cast the first stone.

Just something to think about. Not trying to attack you. Just trying to put things in perspective.

this is a TERRIBLE analogy!

LPFAN
09-14-2010, 02:28 PM
this is a TERRIBLE analogy!

Some get it, some don't. Some will agree with you and some won't. I have no problem with that! Have a good day sir!

THS PRINZ
09-14-2010, 02:34 PM
I was on airport freeway going about 75 in a 60 mph zone....I didn't get a ticket.....Am I still guilty?????? I confess ......I was speeding......good thing BS and his camera wasn't there!!!!!!!! Someone help me explain to my kids that I'm guilty!!!!!!! Is this 7 on 7 stupid or what....give me a break!!!!!!!

DrEdward
09-14-2010, 02:39 PM
We now have agreement from at least fourteen (14) separate school administrators, acting as part of the UIL, that the 7 on 7 allegations made by ch8 were lacking merit.

LPFAN
09-14-2010, 02:51 PM
I was on airport freeway going about 75 in a 60 mph zone....I didn't get a ticket.....Am I still guilty?????? I confess ......I was speeding......good thing BS and his camera wasn't there!!!!!!!! Someone help me explain to my kids that I'm guilty!!!!!!! Is this 7 on 7 stupid or what....give me a break!!!!!!!

Umm, guilty!!! Just because you don't get caught doesn't mean you aren't guilty of breaking the law. I too am guilty of breaking the rules/law. :(

How hard is it to see that my point is many of us break rules in some form or another? It is not right whether we are caught or not. Not saying breaking rules in 7on7 is right. If the coaches did break the rules they should be dealt with. Just like if I break the rules/laws I should be ticketed.

All I am saying is rules are rules. :cool:

Shadowweaver
09-14-2010, 02:54 PM
Some get it, some don't. Some will agree with you and some won't. I have no problem with that! Have a good day sir!

better to focus on the slippery slope of the gray than to nudge nudge wink wink at potential violations. I think there is a genuine gray area that is open to interpretation. But let's not make it implicit that just because no one is looking we can run hog-wild on the freeway :cool: Not saying you're saying that, but your paragraph sure can be read as such.

LPFAN
09-14-2010, 02:59 PM
better to focus on the slippery slope of the gray than to nudge nudge wink wink at potential violations. I think there is a genuine gray area that is open to interpretation. But let's not make it implicit that just because no one is looking we can run hog-wild on the freeway :cool: Not saying you're saying that, but your paragraph sure can be read as such.

Oh I agree with what you are saying and no I wasn't saying that at all. But I can see how it could be taken that way.

THS PRINZ
09-14-2010, 02:59 PM
Some see life in black and white...others see life in grey......I'm grey from head to toe......(Bell student gets 60 days expulsion for having a butter knife in the bed of his pickup....its the rule.....you gotta be kidding me!!!!!!)

LPFAN
09-14-2010, 03:05 PM
Some see life in black and white...others see life in grey......I'm grey from head to toe......(Bell student gets 60 days expulsion for having a butter knife in the bed of his pickup....its the rule.....you gotta be kidding me!!!!!!)

That is the sad thing is that there are a lot of new rules we don't even know about that are just plain ridiculous. That kid might not have known about that rule but I am sure a lot of the kids in his school know about it now.

I, like you, don't agree with rules like that but in the end we still get penalized for breaking them.

Believe it or not, I understand what you are saying.

The Observer
09-14-2010, 03:07 PM
So it's fine and dandy to coach from the endzone during 7v7?

Glad to know - everyone in the state will be coaching their kids from the endzone this coming year.

Ha ha. So it will look just like last summer then (and the summer before that...)? Give me a break, I can't believe how stupid this whole thing is. It was a joke to start with and I can't believe some of y'all have actually latched onto it.

QQQ
09-14-2010, 03:47 PM
Some see life in black and white...others see life in grey......I'm grey from head to toe......(Bell student gets 60 days expulsion for having a butter knife in the bed of his pickup....its the rule.....you gotta be kidding me!!!!!!)

Yes..... I remember that incident..... so is the kid still in Huntsville or did he get early release

QQQ
09-14-2010, 03:49 PM
Ha ha. So it will look just like last summer then (and the summer before that...)? Give me a break, I can't believe how stupid this whole thing is. It was a joke to start with and I can't believe some of y'all have actually latched onto it.

Always sat in the foldout chair in the endzone anyway..... now I'm gonna have some company

Bill4par
09-14-2010, 03:54 PM
So it's fine and dandy to coach from the endzone during 7v7?

Glad to know - everyone in the state will be coaching their kids from the endzone this coming year.


Shoot, just go down to College Station every summer to watch the State 7v7 tournament. More coaches per square inch than ET posters.:eek: