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Post  GNG on Sun Aug 28, 2011 7:13 am

If the defense plays like they did against Salem it will happen.

Anybody catch the video on Jeremy's site from the jamboree. It wasn't pretty. I realize it was only a jamboree, but my gosh I lost count on the MISSED tackles. They looked like a bad jv defense. Much,much better things are expected from this defense, and this program..

There are a TON of returning starters on what was a really good defense from last season, but you wouldn't know it from looking at the video footage.

Coach Cote, 4 quick steps on how to fix this before it gets out of hand.

1 Get Coach Phillips on your staff. He has been telling people he is only a phone call away. TOJO'S right hand man during all those championships is an asset that you should be using.

2 Play Fahey at safety. He was a GREAT safety last year. TOJO played Valais on both sides of the ball his senior season. Fahey is a stud athlete who could handle it.. You will have plenty of games where Fahey will be on the sidelines watching the second half because you are up by so much. So it won't kill him to play a handful of games both ways..

3 Move Chartrand to lb. The kid loves to stick. He needs to be closer to the action.

4 Mailoux on both sides of the ball. Another kid who isn't AFRAID to hit someone,cb,safety,lb wherever.


I have been told The Cardnals haven't been doing much hitting at practice. From what I have seen they haven't been hitting much in their games.

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Post  Tuesday and Friday on Sun Aug 28, 2011 10:38 am

Yea, the cleanest uniform in the whole jamboree was the one that belongs to Jerickson Fedrick. My God, when he went around the defensive end side of the BG defense he was met with little resistance. Granted, he might be the best back this year in NH, but you have to wonder instead of those huge chunks Fedrick got, will the Pinkerton backs get some respectable chunks this Saturday in the Stro-Card game?

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Post  Tuesday and Friday on Sun Aug 28, 2011 10:50 am

Maybe, Coach Cote could hire GNG as......

Special BG Football Assistant

GNG could be like Johnny Pesky when he used to be able to partake in batting practice and stay in the dugout for the Sox until MLB ruled guys like him couldn't be on the field. GNG could wear a BG football shirt {An extremely talented tailor would have to make one. After all, he is the Big Guy}. GNG could yuck it up with the players during warm up drills. GNG is a "Yuck up" specialist. As the Cardinals hit the field GNG chest bumps all the captains. Hopefully, none of the captains get injured during the chest bumps seeing the force of a GNG chest bump would be equivalent to a wind gust from Hurricane/Tropical Storm Irene.

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Post  JAF on Sun Aug 28, 2011 11:10 am

Fedrick did a great job sticking with his blocker until he saw an opening on all his runs. I would say he had quite a bit of "personal pride" at stack given what BG did to Salem last year and how much they embarrassed him... Although BG didn't tackle or shake blocks very well, that's all stuff that can be worked on. Tojo years also had some shaky defense at the beginning of the year until they moved kids around based on game results. GNG you remember very well about where your son started last year. So let's give it some time before pushing the panic button - I think you're being too quick to judge. Salem gave up two long returns on special teams - one to each back. Boykins was on the sidelines in street clothes, so when he's back there it could be more dangerous. On their 3rd kickoff Salem just squibbed it. The BG offense showed signs of life, but wasn't hitting on all cylinders - the starting QB was on the sideline, but they still scored 14 so it's not like the didn't move the ball. The 2nd TD pass was very nice - placed where only the receiver could get it. One of Jeremy's highlights showed #3 catching a ball crossing over the middle - that was a great catch and you had to be there to appreciate it. BG should have had a 3rd score, but Mailloux got contained and dropped for quite a bit of a loss on an end around. That was probably due to a missed block. The only odd thing I saw all night was Crane in street clothes on the BG sideline, what's up with that?!?

As for PA - I think they'll hang 50 on quite a few teams this year. They'll be a very tough team to beat, although only scoring 14 on Timby was a head scratcher. I didn't get to see them play so I have nothing to add there. I did get to see the second quarter of the Central/Goffstown game - suffice to say from my viewpoint the Central coaches were quite "anxious" over the play of their team. The other part of Fitz article talked about the other divisions and specifically how D3 is going to be very interesting this year. I think Souhegan will have their hands full week after week "if" teams stay healthy and improve. I know they scored 25 on West, but they also gave up 14. West will struggle as soon as anyone gets hurt.

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Post  Tuesday and Friday on Sun Aug 28, 2011 11:27 am

Does GNG own a panic button?

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Post  bgsenior on Sun Aug 28, 2011 1:49 pm

transferred to lawrence academy, just there to support the team

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Post  JAF on Sun Aug 28, 2011 1:52 pm

I know where he went, but why would a coach allow him to be on the sidelines? He can support the team from the stands or behind the fence just like everyone else... Unless of course he's having second thoughts about leaving.... I just found it "interesting" given all that's taken place why he'd be allowed to roam the sideline as if he were a member of the team still.

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Post  GNG on Sun Aug 28, 2011 2:31 pm

JAF, I hope I am wrong, but the video doesn't lie. The tackling was horrible. You go back further then me at Guertin, but I don't ever remember 3 long td runs from one player{the one player they should have been keying on to stop} in one half of football. It's not like Salem's offense is complicated.
Your right JAF,TOJO made the correct adjustments after the jamboree. It will be VERY interesting to see what adjustments Coach Cote makes.


T@F, The panic button had been lost after many years of smooth sailing under the previous regime. Let's just say I found it out in the garage beneath some magazines. It has been dusted off and placed next to my computer keyboard. Staring at me.

The good news is after the Pinkerton game, BG opens with some of the easier teams in d2.

Why does that panic button keep staring at me?

Jaf, great Crane sighting by you. It's like your a bird watcher. I spotted a potential first team all state CRANE on the sidelines AT Gill. That would make Coach Cote's job ALOT easier if he found his way back to Lund Rd.


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Post  Tuesday and Friday on Sun Aug 28, 2011 2:33 pm

Maybe, at this stage of the season, you could call it the:

Concerned Button

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Post  GNG on Sun Aug 28, 2011 4:52 pm

Speaking of bird watching, when I was at Memorial playing under Coach Ken Sciacca, a young asst coach gave me the nickname THE MAD STORK because I was a rather tall, thin lad. {feel free to insert joke here}All arms and legs like a stork. That coach was Nick Vailas, yep the same Vailas at BG. Another asst. coach on that team is now a prominent ref. Moe Bilodeau. With all that sports knowledge it's a wonder we didn't go undefeated.

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Post  bumper on Sun Aug 28, 2011 7:10 pm

The only team that will test Pinkerton this year will be Exeter. They are big and strong up front. Unfortunately they do not have many athletes on the perimeter. I like Concord with their speed and Salem will be still be tough. Pinkerton will go the distance at the top of the power poll.

Souhegan will be tested by Bedford for sure. Bedford came a long way last year and the numbers and depth continue to grow. They will be in D2 next year. Portsmouth has a ton of athletes and I hear they picked up the Dicesare kid from basketball. They have three 6'4" receivers on the perimeter and they have Bill Lane the top running back in D3. Portsmouth can not win the big one. they loose to Bedford in the Championship. Sorry Souhegan.

D2 will see Dover and Keene in the final. Keene will get revenge for the beating Dover put on them last year. Dover is still one of the best defenses in the state. Coach Dunn can shut anyone down.

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Post  Tuesday and Friday on Sun Aug 28, 2011 8:58 pm

GNG, why would they have nicknamed you the "Mad Stork?"

{Ted Hendricks} was tough, lean, smart and had the most guile of just about any NFL player I've ever seen. Maybe, his "quirky" personality is what the Memorial coaching staff saw in you. Bringing it back with the Raiders. Snake, Tooz, Villapiano, Lamonica and my all time fav.... Fred Biletnikoff. If I ever come back in a 2nd life as a pro football player, I put a silver and black #25 on. I have my forearms in all white. I have the sandy blond hair flowing out of the back of the helmet. I put eye black on like I mean it. I then deceptively become a possession receiver with super glue hands catching 12 yard 3rd and 11 throws from the Snake.

Just a casual observation in watching hilights of Pinkerton in the Jamboree. Their offensive line looks like a D1AA offensive line. They look HUGE. I would imagine they will be opening up quite a few holes for the Stro running backs this season.

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Post  GNG on Mon Aug 29, 2011 5:21 am

bumper, I agree with you in division 1. Pinkerton runs away with it.Here are my top 4. PINKY,SOUTH,SALEM,AND EXETER.

Division 2. I am going with BG over Keene in a shootout for the finals. DOVER AND WINNIE also return to the dance. I know for a fact that even though some kids transfered,some kids decided not to play , that BG still has an abundance of talent returning.

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Post  GNG on Sun Sep 04, 2011 7:15 am

The Travis Cote era has begun at Stellos last night. My observations.

The new offense was horrible {and horrible might be to kind of a word}. Pinkerton's gameplan was to contain Fahey and make him throw. I saw 2 passes in the 1st half , and 2 in the second.

The defense was giving up huge chunks of yardage. Although the score was only 2-0 in the fourth, Pinkerton's offense DOMINATED Guertin.

Penalties. If they were giving out a prize for the team with the most penalties, BG would have easily won. SLOPPY is much to kind of a word to describe what I saw.

Conditioning, or the lack thereof. The green and gold were GASSED in the 2nd quarter. Kid's bending over. One time in the 4th quarter I saw FOUR BG starters on the sidelies because they were tired or cramping.BG used to lose a game here or there,but they were ALWAYS the team in SUPERIOR physcial condition.That is no longer the case.

Don't even get me started on the line play. The push that Pinkerton was getting on both sides of the ball was UNBELIEVABLE.

BG used to BEAT the top teams in the state. BG used to BE one of the top teams in the state. USED to. That was in another era.

Thank the lord they are playing in a weak division 2 this season. One thing I did love seeing was Fahey yelling at his linemen on the sidelines for their POOR play.

Easily the worst performance I have seen in 5 years. EASILY.

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Post  JAF on Sun Sep 04, 2011 9:40 am

OK Mr Negativity - let's put a different perspective on this. PA has a team that pretty much played together all last season. There's quite a few returners on that team and let's face it you and I expected them to score 50 easily. That didn't happen. A 2-0 halftime deficit which could have been 4-0 is probably not what *anyone* expected. I don't think the PA coaches can be too happy with this game. I know the South and Exeter coaches were watching them just as much as the Timberlane coaches were watching BG. Also what's with their kicking game - they had 3 opportunities to put FG's up, but chose to run 4th down plays that BG stopped! How do you choose to not kick on a brand new turf field? OK the first one I can see - you're on the 5 yard line, you have been eating huge yards, you need about 1 foot, and you have a back like Davies - go for it. As it turned out that led to the only score that mattered. FG's were like free throws - you have to make those and this was the perfect time to work on that part of your game.

On the bright side - while the defense gave up quite a few large plays (like they always seem to do) they did buckle down and prevent PA from scoring for the first 3 1/2 quarters. The last 14 points PA scored were in the last 6-8 minutes of the game. The biggest chunks of yards PA piled up came from Davies bulling his way up the middle and Smith making quite a few nifty runs. They had I think 1 or 2 pass completions - the longest of which on a wheel route when one side of the defensive backfield was on the sidelines and there were 2 sophomores out there.

Penalties - let's just say this isn't the first season BG is hit with dumb penalties or penalties that kill drives. Sure 20 yards of penalties 5 yards at a time followed by a snap that landed at the 1 yard line makes it awfully difficult to convert 2nd and 47 and should never happen. But those are things that have plagued BG for years. Some say the officials are looking for BG to commit penalties.... For the record it'd by 7 straight years of titles if not for an extremely controversial pass interference call at Exeter, near the Exeter sideline, called by an official that had a certain coach in his ear that kept Exeter's game winning drive going...

Finally the offense - yes it was very disappointing. Anemic is the word that comes to mind. The line had a real hard time with the size of PA's front 4. Once BG spread things out a bit more, there were signs of life. My guess is the PA defensive coaches saw some of the same things the parents saw and reminded their LB's during halftime not to bite too hard thus clogging the middle. There were very few TE sets in the game - from what I understand that part of the offense is just being put in. The offensive lines haven't exactly been "large" the last few years - they've relied on technique instead. The last really big line was when my older boy played. This line has some size, but they lack experience. That'll come - I agree with Fahey though - they need someone in their face... Someone to "Rock" them and "Phillips" their heads with years of wisdom...


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Post  Tuesday and Friday on Sun Sep 04, 2011 11:01 am

This line came from Mr Negativity at halftime:

"This was the most lopsided 2 - 0 half in the history of NH high school football."

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Post  Tuesday and Friday on Sun Sep 04, 2011 11:05 am

And Jaf.... You might have come up with a nickname for GNG that will stick to him like a warm gooey piece of gum to the sole of a shoe.

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Post  GNG on Sun Sep 04, 2011 11:35 am

Go read the comment somebody put in the Telegraph today. Now that is a negative comment.

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Post  Tuesday and Friday on Sun Sep 04, 2011 12:16 pm

I just read the 2 comments posted on the Telegraph's report of the BG - Pinky game.

If I were to para phrase I would say,

"Dorothy {Coach Cote}, you are not in Kansas {Blue Knight-ville} any more.

The natives are already beating the sounds of a restless drum.

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Post  FootballForLife on Mon Sep 05, 2011 2:24 pm

GNG wrote:The Travis Cote era has begun at Stellos last night. My observations.

The new offense was horrible {and horrible might be to kind of a word}. Pinkerton's gameplan was to contain Fahey and make him throw. I saw 2 passes in the 1st half , and 2 in the second.

The defense was giving up huge chunks of yardage. Although the score was only 2-0 in the fourth, Pinkerton's offense DOMINATED Guertin.

Penalties. If they were giving out a prize for the team with the most penalties, BG would have easily won. SLOPPY is much to kind of a word to describe what I saw.

Conditioning, or the lack thereof. The green and gold were GASSED in the 2nd quarter. Kid's bending over. One time in the 4th quarter I saw FOUR BG starters on the sidelies because they were tired or cramping.BG used to lose a game here or there,but they were ALWAYS the team in SUPERIOR physcial condition.That is no longer the case.

Don't even get me started on the line play. The push that Pinkerton was getting on both sides of the ball was UNBELIEVABLE.

BG used to BEAT the top teams in the state. BG used to BE one of the top teams in the state. USED to. That was in another era.

Thank the lord they are playing in a weak division 2 this season. One thing I did love seeing was Fahey yelling at his linemen on the sidelines for their POOR play.

Easily the worst performance I have seen in 5 years. EASILY.


BG's offense did look bad Saturday night. They had an abundance of penalties and couldn't move the ball. As for what Pinkerton's offense achieved, I'm not sure "dominated" is the right word. They didn't reach the end zone until the fourth quarter, even when using all for downs. In addition, it certainly wouldn't be unreasonable to argue that Pinkerton would have had a much tougher time scoring when they did if Guertin wasn't missing a few key players by that point.

I disagree with your assessment of BG's level of fitness. I would be concerned if Guertin’s players weren’t gassed. It was a hot, humid night, and the defense didn’t get any breaks. If they weren’t tired, they weren’t working hard enough. All four starters you saw on the sidelines were suffering from cramps. According to the trainer, those cramps were a result of the players' leg muscles not being acclimated to the springiness of the turf. Major causes of cramps include dehydration, low potassium or salt levels, and low carbohydrate levels. (sportsinjuriesclinic . net).

Now, BG was "ALWAYS the team in SUPERIOR physical condition" (They were, but cramps are not an accurate assessment of fitness). Let's rewind two years to the 2009 Bishop Guertin football team, first game of the season, against Pinkerton. I remember that Nick Philips (who - by the way - was one of, if not the, most in-shape kids on the team) was on the sidelines about midway through the game because he was cramping up. I would argue that they never had to play a game that lasted four quarters, and that's the reason we didn't see a significant amount of cramping (not to mention the defense was rarely on the field more than three plays at a time). In addition, they split time. Karaska and Elias split time at OLB. There were four defensive lineman that saw significant time (Flynn, Kana, Carver, and Travoligni). There were a multitude of fullbacks, and Hall and Kelly both played tailback. Rhodes, Turner, and Aucoin all played tight end, and there were plenty of good wide receivers.

Even last year, Cuipa struggled with cramps throughout the season. He, too, was in good shape.

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Post  GNG on Mon Sep 05, 2011 5:52 pm

Welcome aboard Footballforlife.


I would like to hear your thoughts on BG'S new offense. From what I saw they were daring BG to pass, and they didn't. Fahey can throw that quick in all day, and they never threw it.

My point from the start was Coach Cote should have stuck with BG's old offense this season, and use the off season to implement his offense for next season.

One thing I didn't like was early in the second half,Mailoux ran for 7 yards, then 9 yards, then didn't get a carry the rest of the game. Made no sense.

Make no mistake, I am not anti BG or anti Cote. I must admit I am pro TOJO.

I used to leave games saying what a machine, what a program. I said that Saturday night, but sadly I was refering to Pinkerton.

ONE OTHER NOTE. I would call the fullback from Pinkerton CHOO,CHOO because that young man is a TRAIN. Best back in NH for my money.


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Post  GNG on Mon Sep 05, 2011 7:33 pm

Bg is 8th. OUCH. The sad part is I don't disagree.

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Post  Tuesday and Friday on Mon Sep 05, 2011 8:00 pm

This is not your father's.........


..................... Or your son's BG football team.

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Post  E.I.R. on Mon Sep 05, 2011 9:41 pm

First time on this blog, but let me give it a try.

What disappointed me about BG's offense was that EVERYONE was making mistakes. Blame the line all you want (and for good reason) but they had several plays where the backs should have been able to get to the outside and take it to the house. The problem? On those plays, backs either didn't follow their blocks, or the split ends didn't block the cornerbacks, allowing the backs to get outside. The whole offense was bad, not just the line.
On defense, I'd say the boys put up a fight. Down 2-0 at halftime to a team like Pinkerton is no small feat. Sure, by the end of the game Pinky had 350+ yards, but how long was the BG defense on the field? I'd say between 36-39 minutes of a 48 minute game. That's why those boys were gassed. I specifically liked the play of Goulski clogging the middle, and Lansing at CB. He came up very hard on sweeps and saved some big plays since the outside backer kept getting blocked inside. I think Cornell and Carver both played good games as well, but both have some work to become All-Staters.
I was also disappointed by the playcalling, specifically leading to the safety. Why were they running option on their own 1 yard line? It makes no sense! If I was coaching (which believe me, I am not, nor do I want that stress), I'd have gone to a jumbo set, put in a power backfield and run up the middle. They did it last year with success against Merrimack using Cornell and little GNG as lead blockers. Cornell is back, and they have no shortage of strong fullbacks, ie Miller, Lipari, Perry, etc. who could either lead block or run the ball. Then, next thing you now, Pinky stacks the box and the veer, sweep, screen, and counter plays start opening up.
Like I said, I'm not the coach, but I think that was a very winnable game for the Green and Gold. There were no in-game adjustments in play-calling, or in player substitutions. By the 4th it was evidently clear that some of those kids (especially on the O-line) didn't want, nor deserve, to be playing, but I didn't see any changes. Again, IF I was the coach, I say screw winning, I'm gonna find out who wants to play, and I sit all of them until I find 11 kids on both sides of the ball that are gonna give 110% every play.

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Post  GNG on Tue Sep 06, 2011 7:49 am

Feels good to get it off your chest, doesn't it E.I.R. Welcome to the Forum.

BG people have become so spoiled by one of the best coaching staffs in the history of NH hs football that we have come to EXPECT the in game adjustments. The communication from the booth to the field didn't seem to be solving what everybody was seeing. I stand near the booth and am used to PHILLIPS screaming down at the field. Didn't hear any screaming Saturday night. Come to think of it, most of the screaming was being done by the players. The new coaches can't be their friends, it doesn't work in football. Make them fear you, then they will respect you, then after they win it all, they will love you.

I realize this was Coach Cote's first game at BG, BUT it looked like his first game EVER..

As a parent of a current player told me Saturday, "this crap might cut it at West, not at BG".

The Timberlane's coaching staff {I COUNTED SIX} left the game Saturday night unimpressed by The cardinals performance. They will be drilling all week, telling their kids mighty Guertin is beatable, very beatable.

BG better have a long, hard week of practice. Every coach, every player has to look in the mirror and make themselves accountable, make themselves better.

Not being negative, being realistic.

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