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  1. CIC Sectional Week

    Heard there was an accident involving an Eastbrook player over the weekend. Hope all is well and the young man is able to play Friday.
  2. CIC Sectional Week

    Mississinewa Northwestern Eastern Delphi Alexandria Frankton
  3. CIC Week 9

    Right back at ya buddy.
  4. CIC Week 9

    As much as you may wish you did, you don't speak for the entire state or everyone in this thread. It's also irrelevant to me what others think. I have no problem having a minority opinion, especially when I'm more informed on an issue than most.
  5. CIC Week 9

    I've had direct discussions with a couple of people including one from Eastbrook. I don't intend to try to satisfy every last fan on here.
  6. CIC Week 9

    You are a fool to assume you know anything about me or my reasons. Thus far you haven't been close. But you are still good for a laugh. Thanks man.
  7. CIC Week 9

    The irony of someone so clueless calling anyone an imbecile. Thanks for the Friday morning laugh.
  8. I would assume at some point there would have to be tiebreakers involving points scored or margin of victory.
  9. What do you think is going to happen if you start making teams qualify for the playoffs or seeding them? Is that going to help running up the score in the regular season?
  10. CIC Week 9

    I have little respect for that program.
  11. CIC Week 9

    Blackford Elwood Frankton Mississinewa
  12. $200/game wouldn't be nearly enough to get me to do the job. Too much disrespect from players, coaches, and fans for me to want to deal with it. In extreme circumstances your safety could be in jeopardy. And if there is a shortage then they obviously are underpaid. I don't think it's fair to blame Millennials (I'm not one) for not wanting to do it. There are plenty of other things they are screwing up than to pin that on them. Nobody owes it to society to officiate football games. Either pay them more or start showing them respect and kick people out from games that treat officials poorly (whether they be players, coaches, fans or anyone else) so they don't have to deal with it.
  13. CIC WEEK 8

    Alexandria Blackford Mississinewa Oak Hill
  14. If you're talking about having teams qualify to play in the tournament, that's an entirely different discussion in my opinion and I would be open to it although it seems unlikely that they would do anything to cut into revenue. As far as seeding teams go, there is not a great way to compare teams in all of these sectionals. Particularly in the smaller classes, the sectionals can be spread out across a large area and the top few teams may have few common opponents, if any. Why reward some team and screw another based on an inexact science? Let it play out on the field. That's what it's all about. And if Roncalli or Cathedral have to go home a weekend or two early some year as a result, I can live with that. The tournament should be played to determine the best team, not set up so that the teams some people have already determined to be best have as easy a road as possible.