IT’S FOOTBALL SEASON IN THE M.I.C. PLAYBOY and there’s nothing better than visitin’ with the defendin’ Indiana Class 6A State Champions, the Carmel Greyhounds!!! You wouldn’t know that they finished last season sittin’ on the mountain top by the humbled intensity that they worked out with on Wednesday night. When I pulled up I was expectin’ to see a team that was satisfied with what they accomplished last year but they were as hungry as grizzly bear tryin’ to fit into a bikini on the first day of spring.
Boyz were out there grindin’ to get better on every rep and there were no plays off. After practice I had a chance to chop it up with coach Hebert about his defendin’ state champions and here’s what he had to say:
The Greyhounds are prepared to kick the door in like the feds on the 2017 season with superstar quarterback Jake McDonald holdin’ down the offense. They’ve got two studs totin’ the rock in senior runnin’ back Willy Schmidt and junior runnin’ back Camari Hunt. As a result of these cats already climbin’ the mountain and winnin’ it all, the Greyhounds should be in great shape offensively because of their veteran leadership.
Then there’s the all everything defensive end, Beau Robbins, that’s got more offers than than he’s got toes bruh! My man has at least 10 offers which include those from Northwestern, Michigan state, Louisville, Indiana, Purdue and Minnesota. That’s NUTS!!!! Salute young brother!! Keep grindin’ and makin’ your parents and the Greyhound family proud.
I had a chance to holler at Connor Coghlan, their very calm and cool place kicker, that hit the game winner in overtime to win the state title last year. Check it out:
It’s time to boot up playboy because Carmel, excuse my grammar, AIN’T PLAYIN’ games out here!!! If duns show up tryin’ to take them lightly they’ll get their sneakers and lunch money taken’. Big Momma always said, “The most dangerous people in the world are those that aren’t afraid of anything.” Well playas…the Carmel Greyhounds aren’t afraid of ANYBODY goin’ into the 2017 season because they’re lookin’ forward and NOT backwards. If nothin’ else, they’re prepared to climb that mountain again. The question is, “Who’s got the guts to get in their way?” Stop me when I start lyin’!
1) Ole Boy: noun – the person that I’m talkin’ about.
2) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
3) Boot up: verb – to prepare to compete
The G is excluded from the endings of all words because the G is near and dear to my heart because I’m from “The G” which is Gary, Indiana. So I only use the G when I’m talkin’ about “The G!”
The caption under the photo isn’t real but its real talk!