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  1. I'm glad that not everybody shares your opinion. You seem to cherish Indiana high school football teams with 20+ long losing streaks. How does that make the overall sport better?
  2. I was going to say LCC and their departure from the Hoosier Heartland for the greener pastures of the Hoosier Conference.
  3. That Indiana High School football is struggling. With overall competitive balance.
  4. Results from last night's prime time contests: Fort Wayne Wayne (0-8) @ Carroll (Fort Wayne) (5-3) Carroll (Fort Wayne) 20 Fort Wayne Wayne 12 *South Bend St. Joseph (0-8) @ South Bend Adams (0-8) South Bend St. Joseph 42 South Bend Adams 12 Mooresville (6-2) @ Perry Meridian (0-8) Mooresville 35 Perry Meridian 14 Muncie Central (0-8) @ Logansport (1-7) Logansport 51 Muncie Central 41 Evansville Harrison (0-8) @ Evansville Bosse (1-7) Evansville Bosse 48 Evansville Harrison 14 Monrovia (0-8) @ Indianapolis Scecina (5-3) Indianapolis Scecina 48 Monrovia 7 Bellmont (0-8) @ East Noble (8-0) East Noble 56 Bellmont 7 Munster (0-8) @ Kanakakee Valley (3-5) Kankakee Valley 42 Munster 0 Heritage (1-7) @ Jay County (0-8) Jay County 46 Heritage 21 Wabash (3-5) @ Whitko (0-8) Wabash 26 Whitko 14 *Northwestern (0-8) @ Benton Central (0-8) Benton Central 27 Northwestern 19 Connersville (0-8) @ Batesville (2-6) Batesville 42 Connersville 13 *Frankfort (0-8) @ Crawfordville (0-8) Crawfordsville 20 Frankfort 6 Washington (0-8) @ North Knox (5-3) North Knox 54 Washington 22 Charlestown (6-2) @ Eastern (Pekin) (0-8) Charlestown 35 Eastern (Pekin) 6 Shelbyville (0-8) @ Pendleton Heights (4-4) Pendleton Heights 55 Shelbyville 8 Fountain Central (0-8) @ Parke Heritage (7-1) Parke Heritage 46 Fountain Central 8 North Central (Farmersburg) (1-7) @ Eastern Greene (0-8) Eastern Greene 44 North Central (Farmersburg) 6 Hammond (0-7) @ East Chicago Central (5-3) East Chicago Central 35 Hammond 0 Knox (7-1) @ Caston (0-8) Knox 41 Caston 8 Eastbrook (6-2) @ Elwood (0-8) Eastbrook 70 Elwood 0 North Posey (3-5) @ Pike Central (0-8) North Posey 61 Pike Central 7 Hammond Noll (0-3) @ Calumet (6-1) Calumet 63 Hammond Noll 6 River Forest (4-4) @ Gary Roosevelt (0-8) River Forest 41 Gary Roosevelt 12 South Newton (0-8) @ Lake Station (1-7) Lake Station 46 South Newton 44 OT Congratulations to South Bend St. Joseph, Jay County, Benton Central, Crawfordsville and Eastern Greene for their first wins of the season. May this significant victory propel you to tournament greatness. To the rest, good job on a fine effort. Current losing streaks: Bellmont: 10 FW Wayne: 10 Gary Roosevelt: 10 Monrovia: 10 Munster: 10 Northwestern: 10 Eastern (Pekin): 11 SB Adams: 11 Fountain Central: 12 Whitko: 12 Perry Meridian: 13 Muncie Central: 14 Shelbyville: 14 Evansville Harrison: 15 Pike Central: 15 Washington: 15 Elwood: 20 Frankfort: 20 Hammond: 21 Connersville: 23 Caston: 28 South Newton: 31 Hammond Noll: 37
  5. But why can't South Adams be an "outlier" like the Charard's and Cathedral's of Indiana? With open enrollment and creative marketing South Adams could be the football factory of northeastern Indiana, right?
  6. They just need to develop more government school programs "punching above their weight". I still don't believe NUMBERS is a big of factor as you make it out to be.
  7. If you would have actually read this thread I have not advocated for a multiplier, but a system of relegation/promotion.
  8. Please explain this numbers argument. Chatard brings say 45-50 to the sideline, Carmel being a mega school brings what, 400? Come now......................... And you haven't really logically explained that reason, yet. Because the size of the school in the end analysis really isn't that important, that's why. I believe it to be more like a bell curve in terms of competitive advantage, not exponential like you seem to believe. Unless your are an OUTLIER of course............
  9. So only Cathedral gets the opportunities to be an "OUTLIER"? Why can't the likes of South Adams get that sort of shot?
  10. At least get their hopes up a little bit............
  11. A non-answer. And you stubbornly seem to stick to the notion that the higher a school enrollment's the higher the competitiveness of that school's football program. Hasn't the like of your precious Cathredral proved that notion wrong, time and time and time again? Yesterday I posted the following: Nobody seems to want to take that on, probably because it is just easy to assume the smaller a school's overall enrollment is then the less competitive it's football program must be.
  12. And yet yesterday I asked you why you so firmly believe this. You still have yet to answer.
  13. But, but, according to some on this forum using Sagarin you could have a tournament where a school of 300 has to play a school of 3000. Is that fair?
  14. Just to clarify the bolded portion of your statement. By "class" do you mean enrollment?
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