Monday, November 16, 2009

We’ve moved!

So sad...

Sucks to be a USC QB huh?

11 in the box

Fight on!!!!! Hahaha

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Saturday, November 14, 2009

Snow Bowl

Below freezing in the Palouse

BP is ready

That is just insane

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Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Ocean View Basketball Season Outlook - It’s almost here!

Well it’s that time again, Ocean View Basketball is right around the corner! Can the Seahawks put together another championship run? I’ll discuss prospects, development, and the chances at a State Title.

Jeremy Myers for
Will Johnson and the rest of the Seniors crash the dance again?

Everything... and more... after the jump

Ocean View Football Preview-OV @ Saddleback HS

Well the season is dwindling down, and the senior’s season has basically gone down the wrong road. A 3-5 record, with 2-5 Division 1 talent players is something to sneeze at.

So here is the situation: Ocean View is an astonishing 0-4 in league, 3-5 on the season. Ocean View has been outscored by a seemingly small margin of 24 points. The talent has shown flashes of capability, but the lack of sufficient coaching and playcalling has dragged them down. The Seahawks were poised to end massive losing streaks against conference powerhouses Segerstrom and Westminster, but fell short either on 2-Minute drills, or late game-planning on defense and special teams. The Seahawks outplayed Santa Ana, but was out-coached, and didn’t make adjustments to screen passes; eventually setting new records for the Saints. Against Orange, the team never got it going, period.

So do I predict a stunning turn of events? I don’t think I’m in position to say that I can. I know that Ocean View has the severe talent edge over Saddleback, but can the “misplaced” (I say that with the most possible gratitude and graciousness allowed on this blog) players put up a road victory? I’m not entirely sure.

Analysis after the jump.

Monday, November 9, 2009

13-9’s PAC 10 Rankings

1. Oregon
2. Arizona
3. Stanford
4. USC
5. Oregon State
6. Cal
8. Arizona State
9. Washington
10. Washington State

Analysis after the jump

Saturday, November 7, 2009


(AP Photo/Francis Specker)
Well I’m satisfied. I was extremely nervous this morning; my dilemma was over the consistency of Kevin Prince and the Bruin offense. Today, Norm Chow and company really did a number on the UW Secondary today racking up a breakthrough 455 total yards, another benchmark performance for the rising Bruins. Box Score here. The theme today; Aggressiveness

More after the jump