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Monday Afternoon Football
I did not know there was still JV football in college, until today. Had to bring the Albion Britons JV squad over to Adrian to play the Adrian Bulldogs. The Brits jumped out to a 21-0 lead before Adrian scored a touchdown. 48 seconds left in the second and it's 28-6. I think all the parents showed up for Albion. They are definitely into this game.
(This post was last modified: 10-09-2017 04:56 PM by John52168.)
10-09-2017 04:00 PM
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RE: Monday Afternoon Football
Having played on the 'B' team in High School I can recall playing our games on Thursday afternoons in front of 8-10 fans, consisting mostly of a few parents. No cheerleaders, no stands-we played on practice fields, no fanfare and mostly water (gatorade was reserved for the 'A' team on saturdays) for refreshment. But you know, we had a blast.

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