Baytown Christian 8-0 vs Conroe Covenant 8-0

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Re: Baytown Christian 8-0 vs Conroe Covenant 8-0

Postby THEQB » Tue Oct 25, 2016 9:42 pm

They are both 8-0 for a reason. I think the spread is pretty close. What do you see that makes them that much better to be a 30 point favorite? Conroe has a SOLID run game. They stick to their guns and run the ball right at you. Baytown does the same.
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Re: Baytown Christian 8-0 vs Conroe Covenant 8-0

Postby Mr Jones » Wed Oct 26, 2016 9:07 am

Its no secret about BCA. They are a team on a roll for two years now three. They have a great offensive system put in looks like back in 2014 or so when their undefeated district streak started(max preps). Their defense is as good or better. Schemes they are crazy. Coaches there are always a play ahead of their opposition.
Conroe has never beaten BCA. I do see this as Conroe's year to massively improve on the big dog BCA. In 2012, a mediocre BCA 45'd a very young Conroe and the same result in 2013. Conroe is much better now. I bet these boys come out and play BCA hard this go around. All kidding aside,, This could turn out to be a new rival with the districts shuffled around and BCA moving to D2 as a dominant D1 team last year as a very small school.
Definately the district's game of the year.
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Re: Baytown Christian 8-0 vs Conroe Covenant 8-0

Postby THEQB » Wed Oct 26, 2016 9:19 am

No doubt they are no secret. They were in the mix in d1 for years.
I have not been digging up the past history on these 2 teams, but seems like good info.
Either way it will be a statement game for either team moving forward.
Winner proves they are for real. Loser.... they know where they stand moving forward.
I see this going either way.
Can BCA contain Conroes fast running game?
Can Conroe stop the hard running ground game of BCA?
Edge goes to BCA's defense for sure.
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Re: Baytown Christian 8-0 vs Conroe Covenant 8-0

Postby Coach Hogan » Wed Oct 26, 2016 11:25 am

Weekly Spreads are made purely by comparing the power rankings of both teams. Conroe has 268.26 Baytown has 259.29 which is a delta of 8.97. Not sure why it rounded down to 8 but that's the reason why the spread is the way it is. Conroe has a higher power ranking because of their stronger strength of schedule.

If I had to pick based on the film I've seen, I would have to go with Baytown. Their defense is extremely tough.
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Re: Baytown Christian 8-0 vs Conroe Covenant 8-0

Postby THEQB » Wed Oct 26, 2016 12:01 pm

I agree. 24 points in 8 games is pretty stingy.
Big question will be how well conroes big defensive ends deal with baytowns rb's.
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Re: Baytown Christian 8-0 vs Conroe Covenant 8-0

Postby 4-2_defense » Wed Oct 26, 2016 12:16 pm

Conroe is pretty one dimensional but stays consistent with a heavy dose of #6. Baytown has numerous weapons and a very solid defense. Preparation is also key so time will tell come Friday night. It's also been labeled TAPPS game of the week.
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Re: Baytown Christian 8-0 vs Conroe Covenant 8-0

Postby SicEm74 » Wed Oct 26, 2016 1:51 pm

THEQB wrote:I agree. 24 points in 8 games is pretty stingy.
Big question will be how well conroes big defensive ends deal with baytowns rb's.



Its no secret what Baytown will hit you with if you've watched their games the past 3 years. They run different formations but they always go to the run. Theyve had a stable of back that gives them the luxury of run right or run left.

Conroe has two big ends bit if those ends don't stop that then it'll be business as usual for Baytown.

I'm excited about this game. Should be a great one to go watch. The Houston area has been needing a game of this hype since Emory vs Calvert.
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Re: Baytown Christian 8-0 vs Conroe Covenant 8-0

Postby Cougar1414 » Wed Oct 26, 2016 6:22 pm

Everyone is talking about stopping #6 from Conroe. Baytown has a back #21 that is 6'4" 240 that runs like the wind. He usually is shut down after the 1st quarter because of their lead. Easily one of the best backs in the state. Hes like a college tight end. Has anybody else seen this kid play? He can ground and pound or beat you to the outside.
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Re: Baytown Christian 8-0 vs Conroe Covenant 8-0

Postby 4-2_defense » Thu Oct 27, 2016 9:04 am

I have to agree with Cougar on that post. #21 for Baytown is a beast. He is complimented by several weapons which makes this team very unpredictable but fun to watch. Not to mention their Special Teams unit is very solid. Their kicker has to be an All-State candidate.
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Re: Baytown Christian 8-0 vs Conroe Covenant 8-0

Postby THEQB » Thu Oct 27, 2016 11:51 am

Game could come down to extra points. Not sure how Conroes kicker is. #21 is a solid back for sure and a load to bring down. They do have a lot of weapons offensively and that may be the difference in this one
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Re: Baytown Christian 8-0 vs Conroe Covenant 8-0

Postby Mr Jones » Fri Oct 28, 2016 9:22 pm

I was 6 points off. Dang I'm good.
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Re: Baytown Christian 8-0 vs Conroe Covenant 8-0

Postby SicEm74 » Fri Oct 28, 2016 10:21 pm

What a game! Both teams played their hearts out.
#6 for Conroe is an excellent runner. #21 for Baytown is a beast. Guy ran over some defenders.

The crowd was engaged and the players really went after each other. Great game!

Best of luck to both teams in the coming games.
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Re: Baytown Christian 8-0 vs Conroe Covenant 8-0

Postby THEQB » Sat Oct 29, 2016 11:11 pm

I had mixed feelings on this game. Baytown showed up. I did not get to make the game but heard that baytown did what they do. Run the ball and hit you in the mouth. Any kids that stuck out on either team? Had to be something that tilted the scale...
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Re: Baytown Christian 8-0 vs Conroe Covenant 8-0

Postby Bearkat13 » Sun Oct 30, 2016 5:14 pm

#6 and #21 were pretty even this game. #6 had 3 rushing touchdowns and #21 had 4. Although #6 did have a kick off return the very first play of the game and ran all the way to the end zone, but he was tackled 1 yard away from it and fell into the end zone, so the refs said TD didn't count. So they almost each had 4. #6 had 261 rushing yards and #21 had 232. Other than size I think the only thing that separated these 2 during the game was character. #6 seemed to stay calm and collected while #21 shoved and hit quite a few of his opponents after the play was over because they didn't make it easy for him. It's sad that such a talented player showed such poor character during one of the biggest games of the season, but they both did well. I think the determining factor here was Baytown defense. They're definitely something to reckon with. Baytown deserved to win and really have a great team, but Conrone didn't make it easy for them.
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Re: Baytown Christian 8-0 vs Conroe Covenant 8-0

Postby 4-2_defense » Sun Oct 30, 2016 6:46 pm

Bearkat it's obvious your opinion is one sided. This was not a game to compare #21 to #6. Easy for #6 to keep composure when he's not getting kicked punched and stepped on after the play by #8 from Conroe who was flagged for it. Calling out a kids character based on one game is ridiculous. I was at the same game and saw no signs of #21 losing his cool. Both Rb's are completely different in style but I'd say the impressive part was conroes O line and blocking. You could put any rb behind that line and they'd do well. #21 is targeted each week and continues to produce big numbers and has zero personal foul calls against him. Good luck to Conroe the rest of the way as both teams in this district will represent their teams well in the playoffs.

PS #21 carried 22 times for 4 tds and caught a TD as time expired first half for a total of 5 tds
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