A share of the Coulee championship is up for the taking
But the entire nine week regular season is needed
to determine the M-V-C.
Here is this week's Ground Round Table.
Still that big logjam atop the MVC.
Four teams 4-1.
Now they've all secured a playoff spot with those
And we were kind of saying, yes it's a big deal to
get a conference championship but after two weeks
from now it's really not going to mean a whole lot.
Four or five years ago when the WIAA still did the
seeding, you could hold that conference championship
up as being an important factor and for sure you were
going to get a home game out of it.
But now that they've gone to the seeding meetings
like they do with all of the rest of the sports, the
rest of the schools don't really care if you have
a conference championship and it's a very intrueging
thing to see different coaches and how they work together.
It isn't necessarily the best team gets the number
one seed and they work their way down that way.
So right now I want to win the conference championship
but I'm also kind of casting a net out there and taking
a look at who else I might get in the first round
and who I might be playing.
But still a big deal if you can walk away and say
we're MVC champions or whichever conference you play
The numbers right now Onalaska is putting up behing
Brayton Duin, we've got to talk about this because
it's just amazing what he's doing right now.
Leads the entire state in passing yards.
Just to have two over-500 yard games two weeks in
a row, unbelievable, I think that has never been done
It seems if teams try to bump them on the line of
scrimmage they can beat that and go deep.
If they want to play off them they can throw in front
of them and they can run after the catch.
They tend to feed off each other, receivers want to
catch the ball and do something with it afterwards,
it's a part of their nature.
And so I think there is a competition among the receivers
to see who can perform the best which is great.