51eleven wrote:Hi Leman. I know your the Guru of sixman history and was wondering where you find info on the 95 all state team. My question relates to one I asked during the season. The all state teams from the early 2000's forward were on the old sixman coaches website but not the new one. I asked if the new site might be updated and if anyone knew where to find info on previous years. I think there should be a repository for this information somewhere on the internet. The coaches association, here - as the site's being reconfigured/moved soon, lonestarfootball, the uil or wherever.
I know I would use such a resource regarding comments I make here. I think others would find it of interest also. I see some 9th grader telling a team mate "my dad was all state in 200_" or "my granddad was in 198_ or 199_. "See"!
I could see people like you, Granger, HPD, OBK, many (other) Coaches, Mr. Parks, the spirit of Don Hardin and several more supporting such an effort. But I don't know how to make it happen myself. I lack both the technological and historical expertise or perspective.
I guess I'm beating dead horse here but beat it I will. Nobody else here cares or is willing to help? Coaches, Guru, OBK, Leman, UIL (ha), Texas Football Magazine- Mr. Campbell. Please, in the name of History of the game and those who made it what it is.
Will anyone remember the contributions of Dewayne Miles, Lyle Campbell, Jonathon Parsons or that guy from Trinidad in 98 in 5 - 10 years?
PaleRider wrote:May stir up a hornets nest here for multiple reasons the least of which being it's not about the growing # of all state honorees through the years, but I feel like if you're able to suit up 22 kids or more, you should be in DI, anything less, D2. It's incredible that we have six man schools suiting up more kids for state title games than a few schools who field 11 man teams in class AA & AAA.
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