ND Football- what kids will leave??
Alum

Whitesboro, NY

#21 Nov 22, 2013
Chief White Owl wrote:
abraham brought in ten kids,hobin will bring in twenty. Warmack and bratham should stay to showcase their skills. they are both D1 prospects. i know for fact SU looking at these two,but also heard several SEC and Big Ten teams were scouting them this past year.
Huh? Hobin is currently employed as head coach at NH, and didn't he lose every game for two years at NH before winning 3 or 4 this year? If NH is staying loyal to him after all that losing, why would he leave there to coach at a place that throws the coach out because a board member is mad at him about playing time? Don't see that happening, no way.

Calm down on warmak and bratham, they are good players in class C football with superior coaching than the opponents. If SU and others were after them, if would be on every page of the ND website because if they were that caliber athlete would have written offers already. Can you find either of them listed on any scouting sites ESPN, RIVALS, CBS? Nope. If Abraham goes to proctor, those and others will follow and maybe get better college interest there.
former ND parent

Whitesboro, NY

#22 Nov 22, 2013
nh to nd wrote:
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the money would count toward retirement
The money is nothing to speak of- and no coach in their right mind would go where parents have the influence over a coach, they have no written contract, and possibility of losing their job at any whim.
priest with no robe

Utica, NY

#23 Nov 22, 2013
Chief White Owl wrote:
abraham brought in ten kids,hobin will bring in twenty. Warmack and bratham should stay to showcase their skills. they are both D1 prospects. i know for fact SU looking at these two,but also heard several SEC and Big Ten teams were scouting them this past year.
and then you woke up from your crack binge stupor
turlsbomber4ever

United States

#24 Nov 22, 2013
coach was a punk in highschool and is still one.
WAAAAA WAAA WA
What

Ithaca, NY

#25 Nov 22, 2013
Chief White Owl wrote:
abraham brought in ten kids,hobin will bring in twenty. Warmack and bratham should stay to showcase their skills. they are both D1 prospects. i know for fact SU looking at these two,but also heard several SEC and Big Ten teams were scouting them this past year.
A letter from a school does not mean they are bring recruited. There isn't one kid on ND who would even start at Utica College much less SEC. Wow delusional a little bit Daddy....
art

Great Barrington, MA

#26 Nov 22, 2013
Chief White Owl wrote:
abraham brought in ten kids,hobin will bring in twenty. Warmack and bratham should stay to showcase their skills. they are both D1 prospects. i know for fact SU looking at these two,but also heard several SEC and Big Ten teams were scouting them this past year.
C'mon pal seriously?? Look in any recruiting service website and you will not see any section 3 kids let alone 2 kids from he same school. On Rivals, espn, scout top 250 by position there are maybe 5 ny kids on there all together. Deandre Preaster 2-3 star rivals was the best wr prospect ever in this area and brabham couldn't shine his shoes. Know what u are looking at... D-3 football players
Chief White Owl

Utica, NY

#27 Nov 22, 2013
art wrote:
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C'mon pal seriously?? Look in any recruiting service website and you will not see any section 3 kids let alone 2 kids from he same school. On Rivals, espn, scout top 250 by position there are maybe 5 ny kids on there all together. Deandre Preaster 2-3 star rivals was the best wr prospect ever in this area and brabham couldn't shine his shoes. Know what u are looking at... D-3 football players
but remember Warmack is only junior and Bratham is a sophmore. You are comparing sophmore bratham to preaster when he was a Senior.Bratham is only going to get Bigger,stronger,faster.
art

Utica, NY

#29 Nov 22, 2013
Chief White Owl wrote:
<quoted text>but remember Warmack is only junior and Bratham is a sophmore. You are comparing sophmore bratham to preaster when he was a Senior.Bratham is only going to get Bigger,stronger,faster.
It's brabham meathead, get the name right. I'm simply stating the truth... Proctor has had 4 wr's in the past 5 yrs that were all equal to or better than brabham and all were d-2 - d-3 kids tops. Maybe somebody could have played at a d1-aa school... Maybe. Walkery and Reece Mills, Chris Simmons and Naronn Harvey. Brabham same type of athlete. Stop w the michigan ohio state crap pal. Nobody in this area could play at that level... No one
Teacher at the school

Baltimore, MD

#30 Nov 23, 2013
Sat scores will let you know who will go D1 D2 please stop the talk. And dont say they get good grades not true.
art

Utica, NY

#31 Nov 23, 2013
Teacher at the school wrote:
Sat scores will let you know who will go D1 D2 please stop the talk. And dont say they get good grades not true.
I'm talking about their football ability and where they could play college football you moron.... Said nothing about grades. Maybe you ought read the whole post before you spout off.
Just the beginning

Woburn, MA

#32 Nov 23, 2013
We'll Art looks like your the moron! Grades have everything to do with we're they can play in college and there SAT score could be the difference from a D3 to D2 or above. Your not playing D1 AA with out at least 1000 on your SAT.
george

Moravia, NY

#33 Nov 23, 2013
Do kids need to do homework if they go to ROTC
Spit

Baltimore, MD

#34 Nov 23, 2013
Do you need to wipe your but after taking a dump.
What

Utica, NY

#35 Nov 23, 2013
Just the beginning wrote:
We'll Art looks like your the moron! Grades have everything to do with we're they can play in college and there SAT score could be the difference from a D3 to D2 or above. Your not playing D1 AA with out at least 1000 on your SAT.
Well you sir, are either naive, or dumb.. you think all those big-time college players all scored 1000 on their SAT's??? Nope.. talent gets exceptions made, if good enough. But you wouldn't know that.. And now that's what Byron will do.. try and hook up with a talented Urban team.. Watch
art

Utica, NY

#36 Nov 23, 2013
Just the beginning wrote:
We'll Art looks like your the moron! Grades have everything to do with we're they can play in college and there SAT score could be the difference from a D3 to D2 or above. Your not playing D1 AA with out at least 1000 on your SAT.
You sir are a 1st class nitwit. SAT's are what colleges and universities use to gauge ALL students, not just athletes. Some D-1aa or D-2 schools are easier to get into than some D-3 schools and vice versa. The individual institution sets the SAT requirements. At the D-1 level it's a little different, scholarship athletes are gauged on a sliding scale called the NCAA clearinghouse. The higher your gpa, the less you have to score on the SAT's. Schools like Stanford, Notre Dame etc... Have their own, higher requirements than the NCAA.
Go climb back in your hole u uneducated moron...before I have to school u again!
former ND parent

Springfield, NJ

#37 Dec 1, 2013
The ND administration has exposed to the community how nasty and cold hearted they are. Many formerly loyal families have had enough.

It is true that some without options will have to suck it up and stay, but other's will not.

I do think that the Warmaks will keep their kid at ND because they want their kid to be the star. It has always been that way, even in pop warner they had him starve to lose weight so he could play with kids younger than him to be the star..."older lighter". Everything was about Kevin .

Warmaks know their son would be nothing special at Proctor in football or basketball. Just a guy. Big difference between little class C and AA. The kid is tiny and can't handle being hit by legit athletes. Kevin was exposed last year in basketball at Westhill by a legit point guard.

But I can imagine his behavior when the new coach comes in and the losing starts. Going to be a show
thanks

Palmyra, NY

#38 Dec 1, 2013
gee for years n d denied recruiting !!! lol what a farce that school is ...the chickens have come home to roost at buy a b high school !!
jack flash

Utica, NY

#39 Dec 2, 2013
10-12 kids will be gone by end of school year. ND football will be done. The school has been exposed for what it is. The admin has been exposed and the nun has lost control. The school is in the same downward spiral as RCH . GOODBYE ND
ND Football

Buffalo, NY

#40 Dec 3, 2013
I was just told for a very legitmate source, that a coach from Buffalo who was responsible for the number 3 ranked offense in NY State at North Tonwanda High Schoolis interested in the position. He has been a head coach at Canisius High School and a Offensive Coordinatior at Riverside High School in Buffalo where they went 26-2 over three years. This would be amazing for the jugglers.
cosmo

Utica, NY

#41 Dec 3, 2013
jack flash wrote:
10-12 kids will be gone by end of school year. ND football will be done. The school has been exposed for what it is. The admin has been exposed and the nun has lost control. The school is in the same downward spiral as RCH . GOODBYE ND
is football really the reason people send their kids to nd?

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