Tag Archives: Adam Colman

Burbank Blasts M-Town, 23-8

The Peterson Principle: 2/5/2017

By Tim Peterson The Burbank hire may have been a surprise to everybody except the people who knew Burbank. While former Bulldog quarterback Adam Colman may have been under that radar as far the next head coach, to Burbank it made perfect sense.

Burbank Names Adam Colman Head Coach

By Tim Peterson (Burbank) – Burbank turned to a familiar face to lead its football program. Adam Colman, who has been an assistant since 2013, and was a former quarterback for the Bulldogs, was named the new head coach Friday.

The TEN: 4/6/2012

(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)

Santa Fe Passing Tourney 2011

The Apache Nation, has folks in the Pacific a little bit concerned… Some random shots from prep football’s version of Woodstock; The Santa Fe Passing Tournament (Plus linemen competition)

High School Quarterback: Vol. 11

The Mid’s Saile Ramirez caught up with three schools looking at three new starting quarterbacks this fall.

Fanview Lite: April 11, 2011

Good Morning! Going to church has blessed me with a lot of things in life…Large and small…you may have an idea of the large but can I give you a little insight into the small?

Pasadena Secures 10th Straight Pacific Banner

By Corey Kwok (Pasadena) – Pasadena simply refused to be spoiled in this year’s league campaign as the now-10 time reigning Pacific title holders made it 13-0 in conference play with a 45-41 win over Burbank Tuesday night. Pasadena is 19-6 overall.

Southeast Division Passing Leaders: Playoff Edition

They like to run the ball in the Southeast. And some stats weren’t available. But here are some of the playoff quarterbacks who will be chucking it, or in the case of Norwalk’s Adrian Diaz, handing it off come Friday night. Yardage totals are listed for the starting quarterbacks 1-13. 

Burbank Shuts Out Tornadoes

(Burbank) – After five straight games on the road, Burbank finally showcased its offense to their home crowd with a 56-0 rout of shell-shocked Hoover.