Advantage for the Private schools if there is a split

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    My private school that I graduated from couldn't offer scholarships and cheaper tuition to students.

    Not in the situation to do that, financially.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoBigRed
    That seems like a lot considering how many private schools there are in KY playing football.
    Interesting.

    The schools represented (CCH, LexCath, St X, maybe Trinity) put out some good players so 6 would seem low to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoBigRed
    Well, yeah, if you are just thinking about those schools in particular, but I am talking about the state as a whole. There aren't near as many private schools as public schools and I am not sure how many kids were on that all star team but that sounds like it is close to 1/4th of the team.

    6 out of 42 players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cshs81
    6 out of 42 players.

    For those who don't realize...that's exactly 1/7th of the team!

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