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February 29, 2016 Coach Raver

What type of basketball game do you like to watch? I am going to break it down into 4 categories. The first is watching your grandkids in grade school. The second is high school basketball. […]

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The Good Side of Pro Football

February 26, 2016 Coach Raver

If Peyton Manning retires before next year, I am sure that his benevolent work will continue.  Just recently he and his agent arranged a special visit to a dying cancer victim.  So much is publicized […]

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Can I Impress You in 48 Hours?

February 25, 2016 Coach Raver

An NCAA visit for a prospective athlete is restricted to a 48-hour weekend.  In these 2 days you have to sway a young athlete that your school is the best for him or her.  In the […]

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Super Bowl 100

February 23, 2016 Coach Raver

In a Sports Illustrated article authored by C. Stone, he theorized what the Super Bowl would be like in 2066.  How much of it would be the same as this year’s Super Bowl.  He figured […]

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State Bound

February 22, 2016 Coach Raver

Congratulations to Coach Scott Smith and the Jac-Cen-Del Lady Eagles on their semi-state win over Vincennes Rivet 46-43.  This was the third straight semi-state for the Lady Eagles and their first championship.  They will play […]

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Griff Whalen

February 19, 2016 Coach Raver

An article by Zak Keefer in the Indy Star talked about the reason Griff Whalen is in the NFL.  After all, when he graduated from Stanford the scouts said he was too small and too […]

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The Ultimate Specialist

February 18, 2016 Coach Raver

Randy Choate is a left-handed pitcher with the St. Louis Cardinals.  Last year he appeared in 70 ball games.  In 51 of those 70 games he only faced one batter.  This means that Choate only pitched […]

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High School Basketball Scoring

February 17, 2016 Coach Raver

Recently the Batesville/East Central basketball game wound up with just 53 points being scored.  It is an example of many of the scores in basketball this year.  I have seen more 30-point games than 80-point […]

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