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BG died right? BG was actually Joan Rivers.kaycob wrote:Apparently hiding out with BGpavlov wrote:Tommie! Where you been for the last few years? You used to be a regular.tommiegun80 wrote:
Leave the all boy schools in their own division
AA could be
make all aa teams cross over with central once, then they can cross over with intersectional once if they want to
you could even split intersectional up in two divisions
Also let cranbrook and north play in prep bowl.
pavlov wrote:BG died right? BG was actually Joan Rivers.kaycob wrote:Apparently hiding out with BGpavlov wrote:
Tommie! Where you been for the last few years? You used to be a regular.
DLS was in the AA from 1979 to 1982 and U of D was in the Double A from 1978-1989. DePorres was in the Double A when they closed and OLSM was in the Double A before the Central-East/West format of 1995 to 1999. Nouvel and Benedictine were in the lower divisions in the 80s.coachtomd wrote:
That said, I'm sure that the "AA" schools would fight this promotion tooth and nail, even though it's been done before to great benefit for the whole league, especially from a scheduling perspective.
They would fight it and why wouldn't they....except for OLSM, all the Central teams have at least twice the amount of boys...this isn't the 90's- the landscape has drastically changed
It's not he AA programs problem to solve
DLS and UD spent a little time in the AA in the late 80's I believe.....DePorres/OLSM were part of the league with Saginaw Nouvel and Benedictine in the 80's as well