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  1. Kevin Wright comments from IMG

    There have been exceptions made for the 300 mile rule before. 1. Indiana Deaf routinely played/plays teams from well outside the 300 mile limit. 2. Lawrence North basketball in 2009 played a school from Atlanta, and a school from Seattle.
  2. 6A, Hamilton County, Good Pay, one horse town. There's plenty to like about Noblesville. You list playing Carmel, and Cathedral as negatives, some would view that as a positive to the job. Congrats to Coach Roden.
  3. My biggest complaint is that is will exist for only late tourney games. If it exists it should be applicable not just to the whole tourney but the entire regular season. That reason alone is enough that it shouldn't have been passed.
  4. So it’s obvious you are missing several details if that is the extent of your understanding of either situation.
  5. I refrain from passing judgement either way given I only have partial information. Since no legal path was taken I must conclude there’s a lot more to this story I’ll likely never be privy too.
  6. Calm down, it was evident pretty early on this wasn’t really a Dwenger thread it was an anti-catholic opportunist thread.
  7. Sounds like it’s been resolved for quite some time now.
  8. Congrats to Coach Simmons. Simmons has some strong ties to BD. Former assistant there, former assistant AD, understands all that comes with working at BD. Has head coaching experience, has school admin experience, and leadership experience in the state coaching association. Checks a lot of boxes.
  9. BD is a great job, but it’s a unique job. BD admin is right to be cautious.
  10. Curious question here, is the combined Elk HS ruled out?
  11. I don' t think it's an issue of getting applicants bucksfan.
  12. They are the smallest school in their league, and open to a change. They might fit better in the NIC, replacing someone moving to the NLC. Niles has been a sub .500 team for a while, but like I said they are playing over their head enrollment wise. They've played Fairfield the last two seasons...winning both, one close one not. Edwardsburg MI would be a great get, geographically and competitively. However, they are the big dog in their league, and things are really clicking I doubt they want to change the current formula for no obviously important reason.