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 on: Today at 05:40:18 AM 
Started by Hammersmith - Last post by bobbarker
Jerry Glanville has been spotted on campus......ELVIS IS IN THE BUILDING!
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 on: Today at 12:40:55 AM 
Started by Uni players - Last post by skillszer
AUS St FX looked like a High School team in their playoff, quite literally in size and skill too on TV
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 on: Today at 12:17:38 AM 
Started by rantcoming - Last post by Get YOUR Facts Right
For most of these they are very interesting ideas. The comment of summerfootlball from answers are typical uneducated prob never played football or your kid got cut from city ball.
1- I Have coached city and high school. High School is significantly more dangerous as most coaches are teachers and poorly safe contact certified.
2- City teams will have more coaches AND are mandated my Football Canada to complete 3 hours of safe contact training before contact is even allowed. High school is not part of Football Canada and doesn't have these rules.
3- City ball (for the most part at older ages) have everyone on the field with football experience. Jr high school doesn't have mandatory safe contact AND they are lots of kids who have never played football before.
4- OFC needs to figure it out but OPFL season ends early July if ya don't make playoffs and end of July if you go to the championship game leaving a month (and a bit) to recover for high school ball.
5- For high schools to be the only football played they need to invest in qualified coaches to make the game safe.
Overall Id argue City ball is SAFER to play than high school ball because of the rules and regulations from Football Canada.

Every point you made above is based on the INCORRECT assumption that high school football coaches don't need to be Safe Contact certified.  That is 100% incorrect!

Here is the OPHEA guidelines, you can read it over for yourself: http://safety.ophea.net/safety-plan/165/1403
In fact the OPHEA guidelines are far more demanding and thorough in terms of safety protocols compared to club football!

This destroys several of the points you tried to make.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:02:23 PM 
Started by Uni players - Last post by Sshrsd
Hetlinger is not playing USports, he threw 7 interceptions in the Prov Final and yes, the conditions were an embarrassment to Football Alberta & ASAA's decision making but Heitlinger also made poor, poor decisions that hurt his team just to keep chucking it up with no footing
He is a product of the talent that has been around him at HA, period
I bet someone in the AUS who reads  signs Hetlinger, but that isn’t really USports. Son’t know how he got such a big rep when he is actually pretty shitty.
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 on: Yesterday at 09:05:49 PM 
Started by Hammersmith - Last post by Cofefe
Heck why not Harbaugh from Michigan, or Meyer from Ohio or maybe Adam Sandler as he was OK in the remake of the Longest Yard.

Wait how about that AI machine they have.

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 on: Yesterday at 08:52:05 PM 
Started by SMU happenings this week - Last post by You're wrong again
lol goff was the OC not the recruiter. if you know him you know he goes out west every offseason. I bet goff is back again next year and their fine. AJ and Colzie always are out recruiting. Colzie is the HC he has to recruit

Wrong you are again.  Goff had a big hand in their recruiting. Yes, of course the HC will go out to recruit, but they are now lacking a recruiting coordinator.  That's a big deal. But nice try.

Corey Goff - 2017 - had been on the SMU website straight through from 2016 till recently. 
@gatafootball1
Co-Defensive Coordinator, Defensive Line Coach & Recruiting Coordinator - Saint Mary's University
https://twitter.com/gatafootball1?lang=en

Corey Goff (Offensive Coordinator) 2018
Recruiting coordinator: The Recruiting Coordinator is responsible for identifying and conceptualizing strategies to recruit prospective student-athletes to the University
Coordinate, manage and oversee all recruiting functions for Football.
Manage all correspondence sent out to prospective student-athletes for the program.
Responsible for planning, setting up, and hosting all unofficial visits and everything surrounding them.
Identify talented, eligible prospective student-athletes to represent the university on and off the field

Conceptualize and implement strategic recruiting plans for prospective student-athletes; plan, develop, and execute recruitment strategy

Coordinate assigned on-campus official and unofficial recruiting visits, including game day visits by prospective student-athletes and their parents/guests ensuring they are having a positive experience; work with recruiting staff to organize complimentary ticket lists, meals and facilitate introductions/meetings with assistant coaching staff

Manage the roster/recruitment database; identify and plan recruiting positions and forecast talent needs for the upcoming seasons

Foster and maintain positive relationships with high school coaches both locally and nationally to assist in the process of evaluating prospective student-athletes

Other duties as assigned by the Head Football Coach or Director of Operations for Football.

Anyway, Goff is gone off the website, which is the first time since 2016 that he has been. 
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 on: Yesterday at 08:26:15 PM 
Started by rantcoming - Last post by Get ur facts right
For most of these they are very interesting ideas. The comment of summerfootlball from answers are typical uneducated prob never played football or your kid got cut from city ball.
1- I Have coached city and high school. High School is significantly more dangerous as most coaches are teachers and poorly safe contact certified.
2- City teams will have more coaches AND are mandated my Football Canada to complete 3 hours of safe contact training before contact is even allowed. High school is not part of Football Canada and doesn't have these rules.
3- City ball (for the most part at older ages) have everyone on the field with football experience. Jr high school doesn't have mandatory safe contact AND they are lots of kids who have never played football before.
4- OFC needs to figure it out but OPFL season ends early July if ya don't make playoffs and end of July if you go to the championship game leaving a month (and a bit) to recover for high school ball.
5- For high schools to be the only football played they need to invest in qualified coaches to make the game safe.
Overall Id argue City ball is SAFER to play than high school ball because of the rules and regulations from Football Canada.
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 on: Yesterday at 08:17:47 PM 
Started by Uni players - Last post by Lately
Hetlinger is not playing USports, he threw 7 interceptions in the Prov Final and yes, the conditions were an embarrassment to Football Alberta & ASAA's decision making but Heitlinger also made poor, poor decisions that hurt his team just to keep chucking it up with no footing
He is a product of the talent that has been around him at HA, period
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 on: Yesterday at 08:05:50 PM 
Started by Inside - Last post by EaGlEsFaN 696969
I play preds and Cambridge sucks! preds all the way we never lose to them all of their good kids get cut from predzZZ !$## we will never lose to lame bridge and cheAtErVILLE !! lets not forget the CHEat SometimeZZZZZZ
Predzzz coaches are better cuz They GIVE Scholarships !!!! MONEY BABYYYYYY LETS GOOOOO WATERLOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!PREDZZZ 4 Life ... and EAglEs 696969
#WinferPREDSZDZ
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 on: Yesterday at 08:01:59 PM 
Started by SMU happenings this week - Last post by goff was OC
lol goff was the OC not the recruiter. if you know him you know he goes out west every offseason. I bet goff is back again next year and their fine. AJ and Colzie always are out recruiting. Colzie is the HC he has to recruit
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