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Yeah, it really looks like there's no easy solutions here, especially with the whole "six wins, you're in" rule that now influences league alignments and scheduling now. If it wasn't for that, I'd be in favor of three PSL divisions grouped on performance or enrollment. But even that has its shortcomings as well.bsmith03 wrote: @tsnet 7 divisional games would guarantee King vs. Cass play every year. Possibly even twice. Cody, Mumford, Renaissance would take two losses and fight really hard to avoid their third loss. If I'm any of those three teams, that would be 4 big games, with no hiccups allowed against anyone else.
They literally lost every good player they had when the coach ran to Harper Woods and plucked them all...Then EEVP for some stupid reason decided to wait till a couple days before practice to name a coach.. I knew this would happen..I dont believe they win a game.shrinehhawk wrote: I didn't think EEVP would fall this hard... they've scored 2 tds all year. I dont know what it would take to get that program back on track
This would be brilliant, seeing as how King, Cass, and the entire CHSL Central currently have to play outstate teams so often.tommiegun80 wrote: What if the PSL and CHSL married for football only, based on enrollment what would divisions look like?
Agree..Can you imagine this divisionStatsETC wrote:This would be brilliant, seeing as how King, Cass, and the entire CHSL Central currently have to play outstate teams so often.tommiegun80 wrote: What if the PSL and CHSL married for football only, based on enrollment what would divisions look like?
Yeah, the divisional thing won't work. What might work is to combine the championship games and host the City Championship as part of the Prep Bowl. I'm sure the two leagues can agree on one game (or even something like 4 games on the same day); they do it in hoops.jv8888 wrote: We fans may think it sounds awesome but the coaches would hate it. In modern football even down at the high school level you can barely make it through one tough game without losing a bunch of your players to some kind of injury. imagine having to play an entire season full of games that are basically state championship quality and intensity.