Posted: 12/29/2012 12:22 PM
diablos06 wrote: I have mixed emotions about this topic, local vs OOS player rosters . . . I am from the southern Cal region and live in the Mt Sac area . . . The Mounties changed their philosophy when the current head coach took over the helm of the program, half to more-than-half of the roster consist of out-of-area and out-of-state players, a very successful program . . . At a community college I was employed at from 1997 to 2010, the coach used exclusively local talent within Orange County, he has a successful program posting a winning record most years with a bowl bid, but fails to make the cut for the right to play for the state title . . . Since I am employed within the, and I quote, the "Community College" system, what does the word community mean in community college? A perplexing dilemma that I have emotionally wrestled for years, and I personally feel needs intervention and policy enforced from the CC Chancellor's Office . . .aclb83 . . . If NCoast65 is an idiot, what does that make me, a Moran for asking a question or posting my view, isn't that why we post, to share, learn, and be entertained by one another?
Last edited 12/29/2012 12:24 PM by aclb83
Posted: 12/29/2012 1:40 PM
Posted: 12/29/2012 3:10 PM
My congradulations to Bakersfield for winning the championship. However, if you are going to educate everyone about the Bakersfield way, also inform us that Bakersfield is in the middle of no where with more high schools than any place in the state to draw from. As for community college, people are paying money to attend these schools, if the locals are not able to get classes because of outsiders, then legislate changes. Community college is first and foremost about plan A, Education.Understand this, by nature, football on the college level can be construed as unfair. Unhappy D-1 players returning to community college because they were unhappy. Players from out of the area playing in front of locals. I have nothing but respect for the Bakersfield's, SFCC...ect because the coaches have guided these young men and prepared them for the next level. As a parent, I want to see Johnny play, but keep in mind, this is a business. Those scholarships, are not given, they are earned.
Posted: 12/29/2012 5:09 PM
Posted: 12/29/2012 6:27 PM
Posted: 12/29/2012 7:16 PM
You never made a point............. just kinda rambled on !!! How many high schools in Fresno ??? How many high schools in the Sacramento area ??? One JC in Fresno..... what 2 in Sacramento ???
Bakersfield is 90 miles south of Fresno....... 110 milles north of L.A. so, now what ???? Oh, and just north of Ventura and Santa Barbara.............Sacramento is a large area compared to Bakersfield............. so, who does Sac City compete with for their players ??? CCSF ? they are about the same distance that seperates Bakersfield and L.A....................
Last edited 12/29/2012 7:21 PM by NCoast65
Posted: 12/29/2012 7:58 PM
You said that I rambled. The two questions that I asked were in English. You answered one and side stepped the other. Let me make it plain for you. Bakersfield has double digit high schools, one JC and no other colleges around. You brag about all of the kids are from Bakersfield except for the Texas and Carolina kids. A good coach and a good program should keep the local kids in Bakersfield. This is not knock on the program, just some information regarding a unique situation in Bakersfield that you refuse to acknowledge. Once again, how many** high schools are in Bakersfield?** Put it in print, and the rest is mute.
Posted: 12/29/2012 8:03 PM
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