John Quincy Adams once said, “Patience and perseverance have a magical effect before which difficulties disappear and obstacles vanish.” Well playas…on Friday night patience and perseverance definitely had a magical effect on the Pike Red Devils as they blew the doors off of Fishers 43-0. They saw the difficulties disappear and the obstacles vanish as they sprinted through the Tigers like wet toilet paper. Coach Graves and staff had these boyz prepared to play on Friday night bruh.
Pike pulled up in the Big Body Chevy with all of the windows down bumpin’ that Chance The Rapper joint “No Problem” because they were ready to get it in.
Now under normal circumstances duns would have been waitin’ for the other shoe to drop but this wasn’t that playa!! Not only did Pike do work on these boyz but they looked like a veteran and poised team in the process.
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! Pike jumped out of the birthday cake butt naked foamin’ at the mouth lookin’ for a problem bruh! It’s like they came out with the “Wish Factor.” I wish a boy would try to keep us from puttin’ this joint in the end zone at any time durin’ the course of these four quarters. The defense felt the same way about a boy tryin’ to score.
Therefore, it was a problem for Fishers from the word go. On Pike’s first possession they methodically walked that joint down the field and laid it in like a Miami Heat fast break with LeBron. It was Chris Brown from that point on. “On and Poppin’!”
I had a chance to talk to Coach Graves after such a big win and here’s what he had to say:
The defense came into this ball game with not only a chip on their shoulders but a massive bolder on it. They gave up 33 points last week in a close loss to Zionsville so they weren’t tryin’ to give up crazy points two weeks in a row. They turned 6 turnovers into an easy 24 points. They forces 4 fumbles and came up with 2 picks!! Aaron Fritch picked off one of them and took it to the house and Zane Greene had the other interception for the Red Devils. The defense was NUTS!!! No…OUTSTANDING like Charlie Wilson and the Gap Band. All of you young thunder cats need to ask your parent to play that joint for you today. I WILL NOT add that to the playas thesaurus for you. That’s your homework assignment today.
Then on the offensive side of the ball ole Reggie Lipscomb went to work on a boy at runnin’ back!!! He finished the night with 16 touches for 103 yards and 4 touchdowns; 3 rushin’ and 1 receivin’!! Wheredeydodatat? I don’t normally give a boy props after only seein’ them once but this kid was a beast!!! He was nice with the rock that’s all I’ve got to say. Don’t think for one minute that he’s goin’ to be easy to slow down because it’s Week 2. Why? Because he knows what to do when he get the ball in his hands.
Quarterback Jordan Garrett was as smooth as silk hittin’ Jaylyn Crenshaw on 4 catches for 82 yards and Daryl Black for 3 catches for 83 yards. Ole boy was poised at the quarterback position which is an absolute necessity.
Bruh, this ain’t last year’s Pike Red Devils! I guess Fishers thought that they were goin’ to roll over to the west side and hit a lick real quick and get out of town. You know the drill, get a boy for his Jordan’s and his brand new Beats and dare him to tell Big Momma about it. Not in 2017 playa. Now that they’ve put up 43 points and pitched a shut out on defense the word is travelin’ through the hood like an O.G. retirin’ and leavin’ his stash in the house unguarded. Everybody is comin’ over to make sure that it’s real. Boot up Pike because you just put a bullseye on your back. Congrats Pike! Keep up the good work and stop me when I start lyin’!
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1) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
2) Big Body Chevy: noun – Chevy Impala
3) Wheredeydodat: Hood for “Who does that?”
4) O’G.: noun – original gangster or old school playa from the hood that ran the hood
5) Boot Up: verb phrase – to get prepared for battle
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!