I don't think you can compare a high school title to an NCAA or NFL title. If that were the case, Highlands, KY is going for their 7th consecutive state title today, so I would guess their coach would be a better prospect than Farve.
According to D-1, all we need is Favre as our head coach and Henne as our starting QB.
Voila! Dolphins fixed. lol
SMH and lol!
It goes to show that the NFL is like pro-wrestling, not in the 70's and 80's, perhaps 90's, but you can tell the refs control games in most games in the NFL.
I am sure at High School level there's some bias in reffing games (we all know there is), winning a High School Football State title is rarer than a NFL Super Bowl title today.
The NFL was successful in promoting this sort of artificial championship, by having NFL stars show up on late night shows, but winning a Super Bowl, does not even come close to winning a High School Football Championship. The NFL is marketed to be the best, but when you look at it, its a redistricted market. For the 72 Dolphins, most of them had other jobs, besides their football lives.
I really believe the NFL has marketed and followed the same pattern of Pro-Wrestling and made it into a game its not.
Any of the 70's, 80's and early 90's NFL teams would destroy any current NFL team today, easily.
Dolphins1 makes my cat look smart. Bring in Farve start Devlin. Dude lay off the paint chips.
So add Favre and start Devlin means what record-wise?
The quality of the players is so different between high school and the NFL you can't compare the two. Are you seriously saying a high school coach who leads his team to a title is better than an NFL coach? If you win a title at any level that's great, but to me it's like saying if you quarterback your team to a high school title you're better than most NFL quarterbacks.
I mean aside from being an incredible athlete (my personal favorite) he also is one of the truly unique people out there. A genuinely different guy in a world full of sheep. As to your outrageous statistics regarding a state championship being rarer than a super bowl, there's one simple statistic. How many state championships are won per year? How many super bowls are won per year? Oh what a surprise, there is more state championships won per year! I mean for god sake you're all over the place with some of these opinions. I don't understand how you come to your conclusion? To the "point" of this thread, coaching high school kids is a heck of a lot easier than pro athletes. Why bother hire out of college or within the NFL with your logic? Are you that far ahead of everyone that this is the future in your head?