Originally Posted by rattdogg1
What history serves is Picktown breaking OHSAA rules and restocking the cupboard with some other communities favorite sons. I got a real laugh when Jumbo Sharrett's picture and quotes graced the Columbus Dispatch expressing his concerns over the recruiting advantage parochial schools hold over public schools. That's akin to asking the CEO of Morgan Stanley why MF Global would lie and steal peoples money. I heard PC AD Tony Tucker tell the Freshman football players they would have to drug test this year during the playoffs as the varsity season will be ongoing even though their season will be over. I find this statement a bit presumptuous. I predicted last year the decision to rotate QB's two seasons ago cost PC the state title last year. PC won't make the playoffs this year without the best recruiting class they they have poached in years.
Blah, Blah, Blah, go beat your drum elsewhere.
Perhaps the message delivered by the AD was one that every school had to deliver? Ever think of that Einstein? I suppose you believe everything that you 'hear' versus fact. Much like the first part of your post. I think there were likely more factors than the play of the QB which impacted the result of the State Championship game. It is a team game, and that is how the Tigers approach it.
They work as a team, play as a team and accept the results as a team.