Go ahead and send the TSSAA your concerns, but don't be too surprised when you don't hear back from them for accusing Glenn McCadams and David Lipscomb of fixing a game....in Memphis, no less.
I remember walking off the field with the State Championship Trophy after shutting-out Memphis Mitchell 28-0, and having some Mitchell fans scream at us, saying we were "cheaters" and that we "got lucky."
I have a feeling "legitimacy" would have been granted to those labels by some if the game had been any closer, or if Mitchell had posted any more than negative twenty yards of total offense. The only reason that bit of history remains pertinent is the reality behind the mindset.
Those who make those kinds of claims (as Mickavelli has) likely do so in their low income job, in a poor housing district, lamenting all the times they got screwed in their life.
"Losers make excuses. Winners go home with the prom queen."- Sean Connery in "The Rock"
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