At some point it’s NOT worth pokin’ the bear or talkin’ mad noise to the bear because he’s bigger, stronger and faster than you are. It doesn’t make sense to stand in the middle of the street when a tractor trailer is rollin’ down hill with no brakes. It’s never smart to stand on the tracks when a locomotive is out of control. So therefore, when a boy sees the No.1 Ben Davis Giants next up on the schedule it’s not a good idea to talk $100 worth of noise to them knowin’ that they’re the best team in the state. They’re potentially the best team to EVER play in this state!!
On Friday the Giants punched their tickets to Lucas Oil Stadium and the Class 6A State Championship Game by beatin’ the brakes, doors, windshield, both front and rear bumpers and all four tires off of Avon 57-20.
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! What’s crazy to me is that everybody and their baby’s momma that have been followin’ high school football this year and especially the M.I.C., knew that Ben Davis was a juggernaut. They’ve got 53 seniors and can go two deep with seniors at EVERY position and have cats left over. They’ve got weapons all over the field and it’s been impossible to stop them. The “powers that be” that put the playoff schedule together did everything in their power to derail these cats but they handled their business anyway.
I wrote a Hot Joint detailin’ this foolishness a week or so ago entitled “Unacceptable.” where I talked about how Ben Davis was bein’ mistreated in this dull playoff structure.
They’ve been the No.1 team in the state and in the Top 10 in the country all season. By the time the playoffs started they were up to No.5 in the country. However, duns in Indiana had them playin’ road games durin’ the playoffs when they’re UNDEFEATED and ranked No.1 bruh. To top it all off, duns that weren’t even in the M.I.C., Fishers and Avon, were talkin’ cash noise on social media like it wasn’t what it was.
They both got 50 plus points put on them for the disrespect as the Giants walked toward their destiny. This isn’t a diss to those teams because I don’t have a dog in the fight. I could care less who wins these games but I do think that before you start talkin’ crazy to a boy you need to assess the situation first. You at least need to send some spies out to see what you’re about to run up against or at the very least hire you a “No” man to tell you to chill when you start talkin’ crazy. It would have been important to know that they’ve got D1 players ALL over the field because you started in on a boy.
It’s okay to respect your opponent. You don’t have to come in talkin’ sideways because the end result always becomes more than you ever wanted to chew on.
Ben Davis put up 529 yards of total offense with 403 of it on the ground!! I just wrote the crazy Hot Joint on Friday mornin’ entitled “Walkin'” about how their running back corp was the best in the business and they handled their business yet again. Delbert Mimms led the Giants with 159 yards on just 7 carries. Joey Person hit ‘um up for 140 on 8 carries as the incomparable Johnny Adams was slowed by a shoulder injury havin’ to miss the entire second half and most of the second quarter. So he finished with just 6 carries for 71 yards.
Reese Taylor, the potential Mr. Football, carried the rock 13 times for 64 yards and 4 touchdowns. He was 9 of 15 in the air for another 127 yards.
I’ve been coverin’ the M.I.C. all season. This conference had 5 of the Top 10 teams in it all season and Ben Davis ran through EVERYBODY durin’ the regular season. It wasn’t even close. In the first two weeks of the playoffs they had to play No.3 Lawrence Central and No.2 Warren Central again in a sectional they had no business bein’ in. They actually should have been playin’ Avon week one or two of the sectionals instead of in the Semi-State because they’re on the same side of town.
On some real talk, the Lawrance Central and Warren Central games in the sectionals were the Semi-State and State games playa. All of this other stuff is just a matter of formality. Stop me when I start lyin’!
1) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
2) Put it where the goats can get it: verb phrase – to make it as elementary as possible. To put it at ground level so everyone can understand it.
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!