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Quote:“I wouldn’t go coach at the bottom of a totem pole in college,’ he said.

That's all you need to know about this guy. What a arrogant ass
This, is way, WAY NBR.
Well, for some strange reason, the reporter throws Gene Bartow's name in the article.
But there also the part where Wimp Sanderson is quoted as being told by his son who is a goodcoach that this guy is a good coach.
Quote:Mountain Brook plays in front of a big high school crowd most nights. The fan interest then explodes in the playoffs.

“I don’t know many college teams that are fortunate enough to play in front of 13,000 fans all dressed up in crazy neon,” McMillan said. “I love Mountain Brook.

13,000? Really? I would like to see the building in Mt. Brook that could hold a crowd that large.
An important part of the article to me was the part about how transfer players are important to nearly every major state high school program. I believe "Transfer player" is essentially "recruited player" for programs with the financial resources to make that happen.

I recall when Mailon Kent, Sr. brought in two BB players from Jefferson Christian Academy so his son (M. K., Jr) could play on a competitive team. He was able to place their families in two M.B. apartments he owned while they played their senior season at MBHS. Would that explain why these affluent communities are able to dominate the state playoffs in the top classes of the major state sports?

This aided Joey Jones at the same school as well.
Yes.
(03-07-2014 11:16 AM)blazerjay Wrote: [ -> ]
Quote:Mountain Brook plays in front of a big high school crowd most nights. The fan interest then explodes in the playoffs.

“I don’t know many college teams that are fortunate enough to play in front of 13,000 fans all dressed up in crazy neon,” McMillan said. “I love Mountain Brook.

13,000? Really? I would like to see the building in Mt. Brook that could hold a crowd that large.

He is talking about the tournament at the civic center
(03-07-2014 12:37 PM)BAMANBLAZERFAN Wrote: [ -> ]An important part of the article to me was the part about how transfer players are important to nearly every major state high school program. I believe "Transfer player" is essentially "recruited player" for programs with the financial resources to make that happen.

I recall when Mailon Kent brought in two BB players from Jefferson Christian Academy so his son (M. K., Jr) could play on a competitive team. He was able to place their families in two M.B. apartments he owned while they played their senior season at MBHS. Would that explain why these affluent communities are able to dominate the state playoffs in the top classes of the major state sports?

This aided Joey Jones at the same school as well.

Every F'ing post. It's the same damn thing. Public schools are not legally allowed to recruit players. I'm sure there are some loopholes in this dumb*** state, but those are the rules. Private schools can, and do, and that is why their student body is multiplied by a certain number(something around 1.6 I think??) when determining their classification.
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