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  1. Could Be The End Of A Program

    Hypothetically---if Cathedral was found today to have used an ineligible player in all their regular season games, and must forfeit them--I would assume they wouldn't make the playoffs in your system, correct?
  2. Sullivan 48 Indian Creek 38--WIC championship
  3. Sullivan 35 Indian Creek 30...end of 3
  4. That's not exactly true, as the financial splits at the sectional level (98% net profit goes to participating schools) are much different than the splits at the regional and semistate ($600 regional-700semistate maximum per participating school, of the net profit) and the remaining net profit goes to IHSAA. Probably for a different thread though. My bad.
  5. I'm no IHSAA shill, but only 2% of the all-in sectional round's net profit goes to the IHSAA. The other 98% are distributed to the participating schools.
  6. Why couldn't playing in Florida every year be used as a recruiting tool?
  7. Uhmm, no he can't. school is 300 miles + from state line--playing site is irrelevant.
  8. Yeah, the 8 turnovers GS had in the game had no reflection on the final score.
  9. Love the irony in this thread. The last time the IHSAA ran a limited football tournament (cluster system)--Brebeuf, Cathedral, Chatard, Ritter, and Scecina filed suit against the IHSAA on religious discrimination grounds because they were all put in the same sectional. 35 years later, a completely different format, and they're still griping.
  10. Neutral observer---wasn't a fluke. Eastern appeared to want it more. Hamilton was magnificent for Eastern, incredibly strong-willed runner--enough of a passer to keep the defense from stacking the box. Turnovers hurt Linton as far as the final score---but straight up Eastern was better in every facet, except penalties.
  11. With regard to Indiana high school varsity football, I'd say: Fewer teams....untrue Lower Attendance....untrue Declining TV viewership....unknown/somewhat irrelevant Falling participation.....per school, overall I would agree Less Money.....untrue
  12. The District 1 (northwest Indiana) coaches vote was 40-0 in favor of implementing the all-in vs. the cluster in the mid 80's. They'd seen first-hand how bad the limited tournament was.
  13. Two plays in Plainfield/Decatur game

    I worked basketball for a couple decades, never football. For what it's worth, I don't live in Chiseltown either.