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    Funny Line in the Courier Journal

    Notre Dame 42, BYU 21: Be careful of winning too much this year, Domers. Jealous public schools might vote you out of their championships.

    Is everyone starting to see how laughable the pansies are?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RockPride
    Notre Dame 42, BYU 21: Be careful of winning too much this year, Domers. Jealous public schools might vote you out of their championships.

    Is everyone starting to see how laughable the pansies are?
    I caught that too, I am glad someone decided to post it.

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    The only problem is that ND has to play by the exact same rules as USC to attract students to their schools.

    Non-publics in KY don't have to play by the same rules as the public schools to attract students.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buzzy
    The only problem is that ND has to play by the exact same rules as USC to attract students to their schools.

    Non-publics in KY don't have to play by the same rules as the public schools to attract students.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buzzy
    The only problem is that ND has to play by the exact same rules as USC to attract students to their schools.

    Non-publics in KY don't have to play by the same rules as the public schools to attract students.

    The publics choose the rules, not us....

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    Quote Originally Posted by buzzy
    The only problem is that ND has to play by the exact same rules as USC to attract students to their schools.

    Non-publics in KY don't have to play by the same rules as the public schools to attract students.
    How many times must we say the same fact and yet public people don't listen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockPride
    The publics choose the rules, not us....
    Since the KHSAA doubles our enrollment figures to determine which class we play in, shouldn't we get double the votes at the KHSAA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by buzzy
    The only problem is that ND has to play by the exact same rules as USC to attract students to their schools.

    Non-publics in KY don't have to play by the same rules as the public schools to attract students.
    You do know that USC is a private university, right?

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    Why must publics keep saying the same thing as well. There are different rules. You keep talking about Louisville schools and open enrollment - heck man there is a whole state out here that does not have open enrollment.

    Look outside of your big city, private school world -

    BTW - public schools cannot simply change their boundaries - that takes legislation and annexation. Please come from a knowledge base.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Schue
    You do know that USC is a private university, right?
    I was just picking the #1 school. Wouldn't have made the same point if I had used UK.

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    They can change their enrollment practices...the differences are created by themselves...not us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockPride
    They can change their enrollment practices...the differences are created by themselves...not us.
    Its alright RP punish the Catholics so we don't have to change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buzzy
    The only problem is that ND has to play by the exact same rules as USC to attract students to their schools.

    Non-publics in KY don't have to play by the same rules as the public schools to attract students.
    I have made this request numerous times and so far no one has given me an answer. Please cite the KHSAA rules that apply to public schools that do not apply to private schools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buzzy
    The only problem is that ND has to play by the exact same rules as USC to attract students to their schools.

    Non-publics in KY don't have to play by the same rules as the public schools to attract students.
    Yea, but ND actaully chooses to play by a higher standard. They put themselves at a disadvantage with their admission standards. Also unless I am mistaken they will not accept JUCO transfers either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigStud
    Its alright RP punish the Catholics so we don't have to change.
    As a Catholic I really doubt that religion has anything to with the proposal. If T & X were to be replaced with Martin Luther High, and Joseph Smith High, I think that the preception and feelings towards the private schools would be the same.

    Ok, maybe bad examples, so lets call the new school Big Non-Religious Affiliated Private High School.

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