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Thursday, November 16, 2006

Hold out players?

So if you're Minden coach David Feaster, what do you do with Codera Drew this weekend. The RB/DB has an injury and is questionnable for the second-round playoff game against Sam Houston. It's a legitimate injury, but if it were just something that might use some rest what would you do?

Would you hold out a key player in order to have him completely healthy for a quarterfinal game? Or do you play him because you're not guaranteed of getting to the quarterfinals?

It's an interesting question.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think Drew should play Friday, but only if he feels that he is healthy enough.If he sits out for this game to be healthy for the quarterfinals what happens if Minden doesn't win Friday?There would be no point to him sitting out in the first place.I've seen him play and he is a very important asset to the team.So i think he should play Friday. ROLL TIDE ROLL!!

11:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wish it were this simple of a choice, but Drew went down in practice weds on a wet practice field with his leg catching behind him. He re-injured his ankle and could possibly be gone for the season no matter how far the Tide Rolls.

6:45 AM  
Blogger Brian McCallum said...

He's been a key player on both sides of the ball in the three games I've seen. I particularly remember his interception return for a touchdown against Springhill early in the season. He's one of many great athletes for the Tide. Coach Feaster has done a great job in recognizing the value of having football players run track.

3:38 PM  

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