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  1. There was an 8-man clinic that ran concurrently with the normal IFCA clinic two weeks back. I have no idea when the initial pilot season will be, but it looks like the IFCA is all-in on 8-man football and I do know that they have the requisite number of schools ready to feel comfortable starting the program. The only hang-up I have on 8-man football is the amounts of travel that will probably occur due to schools being so spread out from one another. But hopefully people around the state see it as a good thing because it's giving students a new opportunity to demonstrate their talents off the field!
  2. Because who's a legit upgrade, scheduling-wise, for those 6 teams? None. Obviously CG won't continue being a behemoth but an okay CG is still better than 99.9% of all football programs in Indiana. And Carmel has legit football rivalries with BD and NC. Makes no sense for those two schools to get rid of Carmel.
  3. So...in 2023, will any of the MIC teams play CG and Carmel? I figured in '22, due to contracts and the relative lack of time, the MIC would still play CG and Carmel. If they continue playing CG and Carmel, what a joke even kicking them out in the first place lol.
  4. Any internal candidates or coaches with Catholic school experience that would want this job? Hard to imagine any public school teachers taking a significant paycut for this position.
  5. Heritage Christian or Covenant Christian? I know they're both in the Circle City for all other sports but it'd seem like competing in the ICC would be a huge benefit for them, especially since they play a good amount of those schools already.
  6. Albeit lopsided, it still is amazing to me that BD and CG have played each other 6 times in 3 years, with half of those games coming in Semi-State. No matter happens with the HCC, I still hope to see Warren and BD play against CG and Carmel in the regular season. I think to all 4 of those communities, those games still massively resonate. Even if no regular season match-ups, these games will be a blast to attend during the tournament.
  7. But can DC turn into a medium Zville? They are building in Camby rn and these houses are going for $270+. That's not typical DC. Wonder if they can start to pull some money from Perry Township.
  8. Can we just sign your comment as the reason for why CG and Carmel are leaving. It's 100% spot on. And I am also someone who deals with Marion County MIC kids on a daily basis as well.
  9. Like you said earlier, they have still have an old school mentality when it comes to hiring teachers first, coaches second. But don't you think playing in the MIC in every sport will elevate them in their playoffs? Their sectionals almost always include Pike and BD. But softball and baseball would be my guesses?
  10. It's going to be Decatur Central and whatever school wants out of the new HCC. DC plays MIC schools in EVERY sport besides football and to me, they're an easy addition. DC's upside is way higher than Southport, Tech, Perry, Kokomo, etc. The MIC should add a school that looks and acts like them, other than enrollment disparities.
  11. Yet Brownsburg had a few more players in those rankings and still lost, albeit with a "month to prep". WC has a monster freshman class coming in and they'll be top dogs soon enough in the new MIC. WC, BD, LC (Mickens, plus others), and LN(just sent three to FBS programs), will be just fine. Even Pike and NC are sending players to higher levels in the '23 class. Can we stop with the "MIC is dead" narrative. They'll still be high caliber players and programs in the conference and they'll battle with the same programs they've battled with the past 25 years. We have no idea what the next 20 years will look like, the projections and guesses crack me up.
  12. MIC Football Championships (1996-2021) 11 Ben Davis 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000*, 2001, 2003, 2012*, 2013*, 2017, 2019* 10 Warren Central 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007*, 2010, 2011, 2016, 2018, 2019* 8 Center Grove 2000*, 2007*, 2008*, 2012*, 2013*, 2015, 2020, 2021 6 Carmel 2000*, 2008*, 2009, 2012*, 2014, 2019*, 1 North Central 2019* 0 Lawrence Central 0 Lawrence North 0 Pike Football State Championships (1996-2021) Warren Central: 7 (2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2013, 2018) Ben Davis: 5 (1999, 2001, 2002, 2014, 2017) Carmel: 4 (2007, 2011, 2016, 2019) Center Grove: 4 (2008, 2015, 2020, 2021) Here's a final look back at the MIC Conference Championships & State Championships won for each school since the MIC was created.
  13. Let's say the HCC goes ahead and approves both CG & Carmel...and they decide to play a 9 game closed schedule. How will the MIC programs schedule non-conference games? They'll need 4 non-con games to fill up their schedules. This seems like it'd be a major headache for these 6 programs. Do they go after DAC schools, Penn, P/Ps, out of state opponents?
  14. Not sure but DC essentially plays all 6 of the MIC schools in every sport so it wouldn't be a foreign concept for them.
  15. Believe Decatur Central should be added to that list as well. They run tight with the 6 MIC Township schools in admin decisions.
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