Kevin: An apple is a fruit.... an orange is a fruit.... moving your fastest reciever into the slot to get a match up against a slower linebacker= Strategy: moving a kid up or down in the lineup, giving a FF to a stud= Strategy. So I guess comparing the strategies for different sports can be like comparing apples to oranges....
Questioning the integrity of coaches simply because it does not fit into the grand scheme of how to help your son (who by the way is on another team) and then not signing your name, now that is the pot calling the kettle black!!
Bottom line, the opposing coach is not a stakeholder in the development of your son... get over it and take it as a compliment that someone dodged him...
I am the dude, you know so that is what you call me, that or his dudeness, or duder or el-duderino!!!
The dud Abides!!!!
I will start calling you what you want when you can talk to me without telling me what I think, whether a quote from a movie or not.
But since you decided to explain yourself this time I will address that.
First try a little reading comprehension instead of finding asinine quote to live by. Perhaps you could try starting at the first post and reading them all slowly and in order you will get the gist of the conversation. There is a reason they put your name next to your post.
It was not my son that was in question. I did not complain about the practice once. I dislike the practice but understand completely. We have been on both ends of the situation.
My only point was to agree with Jimtown 138 that the strategy of a football coach changing players to suit his needs is totally different with the strategy of a wrestling coach that ends up keeping a kid from participating. There is nothing that a FB coach can do that will keep anybody from the opposing team from being able to participate. That is the difference.
Now quote from a movie or not, don't tell me what to get over and what not to get over. That is rude and still shows that you don't understand manners.