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  1. Nice job and good info, but is only good for the short term. No way we will be able to compare entire careers, obviously, because no way Wag is around 45 years at Loogootee !!! Wag is already 53 years old. I would also be interested in strength of schedules as the years progressed. I would bet LHS played more 2A, 3A and 4A type schools during Butchers tenure and before this class system. So, even in the long term I think you are comparing apples and oranges. You could probably find allot of coaches thru the years that had better records than Butcher the first 4 years, but did they sustain that for 45 years. I was interested when I looked at the Career Coaching Leaders on John Harrell's website. Does anyone realistically have an opportunity to break Jack's all-time wins ?? When you look at those leaders, gotta consider how old some of the coaches are, how many more years they would realistically coach, and how many wins they would have to average over a certain period of time. I'm not sure how old Brian Hughes is, but found he and Bennett of New Castle may be worth a discussion. Even so, I believe they would have to coach into their late 60's or 70's and average quite a few wins to be considered. I believe Jack averaged 17.9 wins a season for 45 years.
  2. meme, you're an idiot.
  3. Had St. John's remained open in Loogootee, LHS would likely not have the tradition, wins, etc. they have now. The vast majority of Loogootee players thru the years likely would have attended St. John's.