any hope for Jackson to win this week at Sikeston? what has to happen? predictions?
As a Sikeston fan, I don't think it's a foregone conclusion that Sikeston wins. I can see scenarios where either team would win. I think Sikeston's D is pretty stout (Friday night will be the "test") and the O has big play capability (although not as much as the recent past). Sikeston's Achilles heel is the pass. If Sikeston doesn't get pressure on the QB, Jackson could have a field day. However, I think Sikeston's front 4, will be able to contain the run and force Jackson to pass. Sikeston will have to get pressure with the front 4, mainly, and drop the LB's back in coverage. A good-timed blitz will help as well. The Dogs have used their D as offense recently. I wouldn't be surprised at a pick six by the Dogs.
Sikeston's O, on the other hand, will have to establish some passing. Jackson will stack the box to stop the Dogs running attck. The slants and bubble screens SHOULD be open. If the Jackson D misses on the first tackle and the Dogs RB's get to the LB's or secondary, Jackson will have a long night.
I haven't seen Jackson on film, so I don't know how they look. I'm sure they are well-disciplined and well-coached. They will have to contend with the Dogs' speed too. As you know...speed kills!
My take on the game is that if the Jackson OL can give Selsor time to throw consistently, the Indians will win the game. On the other hand, if Jackson turns the ball over 5 times against Sikeston like they did against Cape, I think they will lose. Special teams and field position are likely to be huge in this game.
I like Jackson to win in a close, low-scoring game. 21-14 Jackson over Sikeston.
I think this game is going to come down to big plays because Sikeston thus far this year has not shown that they can work the ball down the field consistently on offense and Sikeston's defense is stout, in the run game especially. So for Jackson to win they will have to throw the ball. Kylan will have another good game running the ball for the same reason he has pretty much all year, He's the quickest, fastest player in Semo In my opinion. oh and For Sikeston to win they will have to throw the ball effectively to help the run game out.
KylanD, is a great football player, and has a great O Line. Fastest and a quickest in SEMO!? No, there are players from hayti, portageville, new madrid, and Caruthersville just as fast. Is he better than most of them, probably, but I wouldn't say as fast.
He is a member of the state champion 4x200 relay team and runner-up 4x100 relay team. The key thing to note is: he's really fast.
Key thing to note: Hayti has football players on their team that medaled in those relays. I can't remember if they got first our second though. 2nd key thing to note: I don't think he's the fastest player in SEMO.
Why is he good? It's not cause he's a great thrower. If you watch the game his separation when he gets in space is unreal. If he gets behind anyone's D he's gonna score, Nobody is gonna run him down. I promise he can run with anyone down here in football pads anyone that can start at Sikeston as a sophomore and a small sophomore at that, can run like the wind. The kid as a sophomore could run with the likes of Trey Lewis and Darryl Howard. Sikeston has speed like most places around here dont understand. Check the track in spring time I promise he can run with just about anybody around here.
I don't care who the fastest player in SEMO is. We don't have times for everyone so there is no scientific way to know for sure. I'm not trying to argue either way. I feel the point Sonic is making is that Kyland is tough to take down due to his speed and elusiveness.
Well I'll tell you this much for a fact He's faster than anyone On Jackson's team and well if you know anything about Sikeston football you'll know what he did to cape last year... Heck he's so fast he made Their QB last year look good. haha that made me chuckle
Why'd you comment then!?
Actually Brannon Wright for Jackson is prolly faster
I'm just messing with you all but he is pretty darn fast.
I've personally seen Brannon Wright beat Kylan in track year after year. But this is football season so lets worry about the game Friday. I believe Sikeston's speed overall will hurt the Indians, but I see Jackson winning a close one as long as they take care of the ball.
I don't care how fast you are, if you go against a good defensive team, speed doesn't matter. If your line can't make holes for you, speed does not matter one bit. I'm not talking about anyone on Sikeston, I'm talking about speed in general. I think the main factor in this game will be who can protect the ball better. I think who wins that battle, wins the game.
I just know one thing... Jackson is quicker than most would think, their overall team speed isn't amazing, but they have several who can and will run most backs down!!! Their wr's do a great job on blocking and they run great routes. I personally don't think Sikeston's Defense will stop the Jackson pass attack and I'm not sure if Jackson can stop Sikeston's outside running game. As for Kyland Gross, he is super quick and probably one of the fastest players I have "EVER" shared the field with, plus he is an upgrade for them at QB compared to last season. Sikeston is just a better team with a quality mobile qb(if they can't throw)...
If Gross could just throw the check down pass as well as other Sikeston QB's in the past, all I can say is watchout. It looks to me, after watching the Dome game against Farmington, that he only looks at one receiver the whole play. He doesn't ever check down or go through to the 2nd or 3rd read. If he can develop this over the next couple weeks... I don't feel as good about our chances!
Jackson proved me wrong, but I knew we could play with them and we did!!!
^I almost want to unretire after reading that
Speed is a great thing.....I recall a few years ago when no one thought a team from Jeff City Helias, could keep up with all the advertised, and heralded speed Sikeston had.....that team had great speed. Ask anyone.
Helias , had great team speed as well..but for those of you who can recall, it was the EF Hutton kind....( E F Hutton, The Quiet Company) I am dating myself......but...I figured that out about an hour before game time, when I read Helias roster breakdown.
2 Linebackers.....both who squatted over 400, benched over 300, and ran 4.4/ 4.5 40's........and on their 2nd , maybe first play from scrimmage...they optioned that little shuttle run to the offensive left......and 68 yards later, give him 6....
That was an eye opener.....gave Helias confidence...and for the first time that year...after 13 games.....Sikeston's defense had a real challenge. Helias went on to win. Their coaching staff said it was their best performance of the year......Sikeston's worst. That was obviously a different time, different team....
n it's own way , Sikeston , Jackson game.....will also be a test for both . All I read is speed speed speed.....let me tell you what fixes speed.
Hard tackling......repeated, hard tackling. Hitting runners, lead backs, so hard, over and over, that you literally take their resolve away.
It happens. If you have played, you have seen it. Either within your own, or across the line of scrimmage. It happens. The one that takes that resolve.......away from the other.....wins. Helias didn't break Sikeston, but when they sent that 2nd pass behind the D in the 2nd half...there was really no way back for the Dogs..their resolve may have left them. I am sure some said that day, we cant win..I am also positive, others did not....They made it to the State Semi's that season..2009...started a fantastic run. Jackson is coming back from the brink, and have ideas of their own run.......It's gonna be a good one. Anxious to see who wins the mental game.......who controls the LOS....and who keeps possessions going. That team..the one with their resolve intact...............stays undefeated.
First off That sikeston team was nearly as much about speed as it was power... Secondly Hard tackling means nothing if it takes place 10+ yards down field... Obion was hard hitting a couple years ago when Sikeston played them It didnt change the style of play... In fact with speed it usually works the opposite because they just out run slower players and get the yards anyway... Also I'll tell you this Jackson doesn't have anything near the player Helias had. Nothing against them but If jackson has Helias's players they would have been WWWWWWWAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYY better last year than they were... So basicly your whole point in comparing the two was off... But good try though
Are you really trying to compare Helias to Jackson?
That was obviously a different time, different team....
The above was posted from Headhunt... Boys, before you get your panties in a wad, please read the whole comment. Headhunt can type it, but he can't make you understand it.
I understood his point but his supporting evidence was just ignorant... which is why my "panties" are in a wad haha a better example would have been Warrenton sikeston just sayin and even thats a bit of a stretch
But we know that Jackson doesn't have "hidden" talent and size like that. Now, 5 years ago they had the talent and speed. Also, Kyland would be top 3 fastest on that 2009 team if he was on it.
I have read his post a couple of different times. I don't see where he was comparing Jackson to Helias. I don't want to put words in his mouth, but it looked like to me that he was saying that speed can be countered. He was using the Sikeston-Helias game as an example. He never said Jackson is as good as Helias.
I don't understand why Helias would have ever been brought up. What is the example of?
Helias countered Sikeston's speed with hard hitting and "stealth" speed. He was saying that Helias had good team speed too, but just didn't advertise it. Jackson seems to be the same....good team speed, but not advertising it. That's all.... He didn't say Jackson is as good as Helias was that year.
Headhunt....I don't want to put words in your mouth. I apologize if I am doing such.
I just hope jaxon brings a huge crowd so we have a playoff atmosphere like the warrenton game! That would be cool!!
Headhunt - I was headed down that same path.
I remember the week leading up to the Helias game and everyone said watch out for Sikestons speed. You couldnt tell a difference at all in the game because Sikeston couldnt do anything against them. Helias was just a better team.
Then the next year warrenton came to town and all everyone talked about was sikestons speed. Besides one really long run in the 3rd quarter, speed wasnt much of an advantage. If I remember correctly, the best player on the field, Lewis, didnt play so well.
Samething last year with Hillsboro. Everyone said that sikeston was too fast. We all know the result. Same was said leading up to the farmington game last year.
I agree with headhunt.
Its about execution. If the line doenst block, you will never see that speed except on a busted play. Are you going to count on busted plays to beat a good team. It takes more than 5 yards to get to full speed. If you cant even get to the line of scimmage, then speed will hurt no one. Just ask the RB for Vianney. If he has the opportunity to go to MU, then I think he has a little speed. Jackson shut him down.
Sikeston is good and will stay that way for years to come. You need more than speed to win games though.
It's bizarro HeHateMe! Unlike your counterpart, this post actually has some good points.
any tailgating planned for this game?
RedShirt...there is a tailgate for Sikeston since it is homecoming. However, it is for Sikeston alum and you have to purchase tickets. The money benefits the school's foundation.
cirithungol17....I am expecting Jackson to bring a large contingency of fans! It should make for an exciting game.
apparently you didn't understand, At no time did I compare Jackson to Helias. merely talking about all
the assumptions on speed. I was talking about a game with two teams being compared . One with great speed, one with an assumption made they were incapable of countering that speed.
No one said jackson was a Helias type team.not once was it mentioned. I said n some ways this game will be a test....
I mentioned Helias , because the comparisons on speed seem to be the topic..as it was in 2009. not the teams themselves. Matter of fact, never mentioned Jackson, and speed in any point at all.
One again,..it was just about speed as a topic of comparison....not a comparison of teams. Jackson couldn't carry Helias' jock .......
Sorry if I offended anyone, pretty sure I thought as much or more of that 2009 team as anyone...
i heard helias' players don't shower. i wouldn't want to hold their jocks either...
haha......well...just had all these boys slammin on me...just trying to calm the masses.....I am a Dog fan...still am, always will be....
Thanks Rocket......you are correct. Wasn't comparing anyone
4 very different teams.....years apart.
Yah line play is soooo underrated by the casual fan. Without a line, u go nowhere against above average opponents, speed is neutralized by a weak line. Just ask Stephen Jackson of the Lambs, he has to carry the ball 500 times just to break 1000yds!!
trust me, i played running back in high school. i learned to appreciate them after getting "lookout blocked" after chewing them during a jamboree!
He hate me too?!! Really? C'mon man!!! But their is only one me so have at it... Agh semo hoops have some class... Clown! U couldn't help but take a jab at me? It's cool I'll be talkn a lot nov-mar.. Count on that..btw I got jaxon 21-14
Just having some fun with you hoss.
I hear the faint sound of war drums.... semohoops....or is that the sound of a basketball????
Chuck....it's DEFINITELY the sound of bouncing basketballs! Bring on hoops season!
Overall Record for the teams Sikeston has played 6-18
Overall Record for the teams Jackson has played 9-16
This game will come down to who turns the ball over less...
I've seen Jackson play and although they may not (key words being may not) have as much team speed as Sikeston, they will surprise you with how fast they are on the field and how tough their running backs are and how good there three defensive lineman are! It's gonna be a fun game to watch and who ever wins can say they are THIS years King of the SEMO North Conference!
I've seen them both play Sikeston as a whole is faster them deal for them is that the line is sub-par So it makes it harder for the speed of Sikeston to show up on offense while on defense It has been shown over and over again giving up very few points with a rather undersized defensive line. Going by positions at DB Sikeston is faster. I'd say the ILB are comparable, the OLB I'd give a slight edge to Sikeston and on the defensive line I'd give the edge to Sikeston and size wise Jackson is bigger on the line but everywhere else I'd say it's pretty close to even. I like this match-up it reminds me of a Farmington Sikeston match-up of the last few years which has always been tough for both teams.
@ Sonic... You sound a little one sided don't ya think... Will see who wins Friday.. I still think it will come down to who turns the ball over less...
I mean I've seen both them play and Sikeston has faster team speed... Jackson is bigger especially up front but Sikeston is faster that's all I was saying. There is a reason why Sikeston has given up 34 points all year and 12 of those points were specifically on the offense. While Jackson has given up 90
Sonic- You can also say Jackson has given the other team more possessions in a game because they score more points and score more quickly than Sikeston. That's the bad thing about having a great offense. You give more possessions to the other team, which gives them more opportunities to score. I know this because that has been Caruthersville's problem for the last few years, not so much this year though.
OK we'll compare the common opponents... Bluff scored 2 times on Jackson and had opportunities to score on a few other possessions and against Sikeston the only time they scored was on a mishandled hand off they they fell on in the endzone. Farmington scored 2 times on Jackson and 1 time against Sikeston. Which is impressive because Jackson's main defense is more suited against the pass than Sikeston. Also in the same way that Jackson is on the field a lot on defense Sikeston is on the field on Defense a lot because they don't work the ball down the field on offense they hit big plays to get a lot of their scores quickly and most other drives are not very long drives so Sikeston also gives the other teams quite a few possessions
It takes more then speed to win a football game. Yes it is good to have but it doesn't guarantee a win. Jackson doesn't have to make big plays against Sikeston to win. There offence spreads the defense out. They don't always go for the bomb. There looking for shot passes and run after the catch. 4 or 5 yard gains. Screens and roll outs. All things that can be defended of course but it's worked for them so far. I agree the team with the least turnovers should win. That's a given. I look for Jackson to try and keep the ball as long as they can on offence a chip away on yardage. The team that controls the clock wins this game. Just my opinion. Should be a heck of a game.
bluff had a couple of drives in the first half against sikeston and came away empty. jackson looked flat against pb for most of the 1st half. i learned a long time ago not to put too much validity in comparing scores at the high school level. as far as the game, i don't think sikeston will score on big plays against jackson's defense. i don't see it being that close of a game and believe the indians win by 2 td's.
Here's my only thing with saying whoever turns the ball over the most will lose. Jackson turned the ball over more than cape and still beat them. I'm a Jackson fan and I know sikeston is good and it will take a near perfect game to beat them most likely. Just like myer said, you can't compare scores because that doesn't mean a thing. Last thing, I'll bet any of you that the team who has the most points at the end of the game wins, but seriously I hope their is a big crowd and a great atmosphere for all the players. Good luck to both teams.
Agreed, redhawk. I expect Sikeston to have a bunch of fans because it is homecoming and we are having an all-class reunion (basically anyone that has graduated from SHS) before the game. I expect Jackson to have a large fan base as well because of the magnitude of the game.
Just a thought....back in 2010, Cape and Sikeston met as undefeated teams. The year prior, Cape was something like 2-8. Sikeston went on to shutout Cape 21-0 and win a playoff game 40-0. I hope the same holds true this year. But...Sikeston and Jackson won't meet in the playoffs since Sikeston is Class 4 and Jackson is Class 5. I expect a great game! Go Dogs!
How else was I supposed to compare them I already told them I've seen both play?! I've seen them both play a common opponent and All I was saying is that Sikeston is Faster... And yes it does take more than speed to win a football game... You can only run away from people for so long. And also I didn't say that Sikeston better just that they are faster athletically speaking Sikeston is better but I think line play is as big of a deal as any other factor in this game. I think at the end of the game the only way jackson win is if their Qb has a really good game. He could do it, anythings possible but I personally would put my money on Sikeston at home
That's awesome. It's always nice when the stands are packed cause you know the players get more pumped with more people watching. I would think a lot of us Jackson folks will be there since both teams are 5-0. We need a lot of fans there since your place is a tough to win at.
Sonic, you want to put a bet on the game then?haha
Cape was 0-10 the year before Rocket. In terms of attendance, I'd say it will probably be similar to the playoff game between Sikeston and Cape. I'd put my high total for attendance at about 7000. All this talk of comparing scores and team speed versus individual speed is silly. I expect Jackson to make long, sustained drives and for Sikeston to stop most of them at some point. The question for me is how many of those drives can they stop? For the Sikeston offense, it will be about eating up enough clock to keep the defense fresh and not turning the ball over or making mental mistakes such as trying to sustain a run and losing fifteen yards due to running backwards, etc. I think Sikeston will win, not going to put a point spread on it because I wouldn't be shocked if either team won by two or twenty.
Redhawk I'll bet you 20 on sikeston over jackson if you bet 20 on Cape to beat sikeston... Im much more confident in Sikeston beatin cape than jackson and just in case we did lose to jackson, I'd like to make my money back
Haha I can't bet cape beating sikeston cause I'm about 99% sure that sikeston will beat them. I'm 50/50 on the sikeston and Jackson game. Also, what if sikeston wins both games then I'm out $40.lol
Obviously I'm gonna put the bet in my favor haha... but honestly I think next year is gonna be jacksons year and if I were picking next year's game today I'd go with Jackson I just think jackson isn't as good as sikeston this year
Ya good thinking haha. If I was dumber then I would have taken that bet.
First of all let me say I don't know anything much about Jackson but that they are good. But I do know Sikeston's defense is good. Our offense depends on what team comes to play if the team comes that doesn't do the fumbling or penalties alot then I'm going to say Sikeston. Actually I'm going to say Sikeston anyway because that's my team.
What's the latest regarding injuries? Are both teams at full strength? I think Sikeston is with the exception of Matt Green. He was hurt in the preseason and hasn't played all year, but I just wanted to throw that out. He would have been a starting LB.
Great crowd, fun game, and I'm obviously giddy by the result what with all the unknown factors coming in. Chris Word finally came into his own as a running back and Kyland Gross had another good performance. The defense did what it had done all season by bending but not breaking and capitalizing on opportunities. Congratulations to the Bulldogs on another successful game and good luck to the Jackson Indians in Class 5. I'd like to see you all make a playoff run. On to Cape Central.
Sideline I have to say you done a good job predicting this game. It went down pretty much the way you said it would. Congratulations to the Bulldogs for a hard fought victory. Good luck on the rest of your season. Hope you guys represent semo well in the playoffs. In the end isn't that what we all want? To let the rest of the state know we have talent down here too.
You got it oldschoolbballer. Once the playoffs start, we are all fans of each other and I could definitely see Jackson at least in the district final with the a potential shot at getting further.
Sideline coming from a Jackson fan I want to say congratulations on the win and good luck the rest of the season. You all have a great team and I think everyone should know that Keyland Gross is a darn good football player and very tough kid. I don't know how many times he got a hit hard and got right back up. You all have a lot of team speed and that beat us last night. I don't think Jackson played as good as they can but I have to give a lot of credit to Sikeston because that defense flat out gets after it. So once again congratulations and I hope you all make a good run the rest of the season.
Redhawk, congrats to Jackson as well. They are a totally different team from what I've seen the last couple of years. They have a lot of talent, but now they seem to be playing as a TEAM, and that makes all the differnce in the world. Good luck the rest of the season. Glad to see the Indians back!
... I'd personally say the talent at Jackson isn't much bettet than it's been and thus a BIG s/o to the Jackson coaching staff
A surprise to all Sikeston fans was the play of the oline i dont think any of us expected that I thought midway threw the 3rd qt our oline took over great job by them.Good to have Jackson back playing well you will only get better as you learn your new system.Good luck the rest of the way.
Sikeston train I agree the o lines made a big difference in this game. Sikestons done a very good job most of the night. Jackson's didn't play very good at all. I have seen sign's of this all year. They do ok on pass blocking but has a hard time rush blocking. Problem with passing last night was sikeston's speed on D. I don't think Selsor has the arm to pass with the closing speed they and cape have.
It's not about arm strength it's that he's a junior and hasn't had to learn how to read a defense yet that's usually reserved for seniors and really good qb's like Hibbits from Farmington
Jackson has lifted themselves out of the abyss. They will be good for years to come. Good coaching, no doubt!
After getting the chance to look at the game again, a few things stood out.
Sikeston should have been given the ball after the second onside because he did not touch it before 10yds. Bad call
Sikeston did not rough the passer. He hit the QB with his upper body. Never left his feet. QB had just thrown the ball. Bad call
Sikeston should not have been flagged for pass interference late in the 3rd. Defender that almost picked it never touched the WR. WR and other defender ran into each other after the ball was batted down. Another terrible call by the official.
Jackson pulls their oline a lot and that allowed the dline to get a lot of penetration. Jackson could not handle Sikeston's speed on defense.
i could have sworn they called offsides on that second onside, not illegal procedure for touching it before 10 yards.
but i agree if you pull your line on teams with speed like sikeston, it'll kill you. (freddy in '08 and '09) you gotta basically run power i and zone reads if you're gonna run between the tackles.
You may be right, but the official on the sideline threw his bean bag at the 49 as he was running down the 50 yd line. Usually that means he thought it was touched before 10 yds. I couldn't tell what the officials signaled.
yea i couldn't see crap on my computer. my connection was trash last night.
Jackson has pretty much an entire team that now has a year of varsity experience together. Being a year older playing against the same type of teams as a year before is huge. Look at central from the 2010 0-10 season to the 2011 10-2 campaign. They returned nearly 20 starters that had a year to work on chemistry, build strength, and improve their overall skill. Not taking anyway away from Jackson's coach because he's obviously a great coach to be able to come in and put up the numbers they are in his first season. I'm just stating that a year of maturing for a whole team in high school is huge.
i totally agree semosports2, that's how freddy was in '08 as well as '10. after that '07 district champ team a lot of people outside of freddy thought it would be a so-so season because freddy lost sawyer and penwell. and they had a legitimate shot of winning districts in '08 too! tough loss to a great potosi team and gave SG a run for their money before lewandowski left with an injury. the next season was tough because half the team had hardly seen varsity time. in '10 they returned basically everyone that made any sort of impact on the game but gifford. having a 3 year starter to run the offense was definitely huge. these same jackson kids have been seeing decent varsity time since they were sophomores.
Proud of my youngens, besides that last drive they held the offense to under 200 total yards, o-line stepped up in a huge way, chris and kyland ran all over jackson after we heard how they shut down that Mizzou recruit, and the defense played like the gibbs sikeston teams have become used to.
Too many athletes, too many good coaches, and too much heart
So theres no debate that sikeston is the best team in the SEMO area right?
Sikeston will have to beat Cape Central next week to lay any claim as the best team in the area. Can't have a letdown there. Caruthersville has an argument as well.
If anything, I know who is #1 in the Football Five this week.
Wait. Wait. Wait. Semohoops, it sounds like to me Cape is the best team. Tell me, why does Sikeston have to beat Cape to claim best team in the area? Sikeston killed Farmington in the dome. Cape lost to them at HOME. Sikeston beat Jackson. Cape lost to Jackson. I HATE comparing like opponents, but don't tell me Sikeston has to beat a team that has lost the last two games, to be the best team in the area. Also, as a side note...CVille is a really, really good team guys. They'd be number 2 on my top 5 list. But I'll leave that to you sideline.
I think Cape took Farmington a bit light....Im sure Sikeston will stay focused and not do the same with Cape. If they think Cape will lie down they will b in for a long nite. Sikeston's offense has been improving bit by bit each week, while the defense has remained steady. If Word can run hard between the tackles and secure the ball, it will open up Gross. I expect a big crowd at Cape Friday night. Jackson has a good team with lots of potential. I think Sikeston defensive quickness caused them trouble and kept them inconsistent.
Just saying don't overlook them. Cape would certainly love to spoil Sikeston's party. Just saying IF Sikeston were to lose to Cape, Caruthersville might have a gripe as the best team in the area. But I'm not too concerned with that as much as taking care of business. Take care of Cape and then move on. Big game this Friday.
barkleyfan, you hit the nail on the head. Securing the football should be a top priority at practice this week. Sikeston has TWENTY fumbles through six games this season...20. I've noticed many instances where Bulldog rushers will swing the ball over their head when making cuts. #playingwithfire
Man some people just aren't realistic, Cape has no shot against Sikeston period. They will get beat by 20 .
You aren't realistic if you give a team no chance at all. There are too many instances where something can happen.
I'll never forget 1991. Sikeston was undefeated, 6-0, state ranked in 5A. The Tiger Boyd squad. The Bulldogs were as loaded as they had ever been with talent everywhere. They go to Houck to play truthfully and honestly, a below average Cape team. Final score? Cape Central 21, Sikeston 7.....Totally shocking.
Sikeston did regroup to beat Poplar Bluff and Vianney and managed to win the district on points. But the point is, that year Cape was probably a bigger underdog against Sikeston than this year's game would be. You don't take anybody lightly. Ever.
I'm sure the coach or players won't take Cape lightly. Everyone knows anything can happen with the exception of 1 person
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