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    Since the BOC has no problem overruling their hearing officers...

    will they have a problem overruling Prop #20?

    Do you think Prop #20 will be approved by the BOC?
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    I don't think it will. Everyone at the KHSAA's job is now on the line. Good luck...

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    I think prop 20 is too large of a concept for them to easily overrule. I would think they would have trouble overturning this as easily as they have others in the past. I can't begin to picture the thought process they have to go through. Sure other people would have no problem making up their mind on this. But when its your job, there are many things to consider.

    I believe they will overrule in the end. I feel it is the right thing to do. Then look to solve this public/private problem with other methods. Beginning with enforcing existing rules, not making new ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gametime
    I don't think it will. Everyone at the KHSAA's job is now on the line. Good luck...
    I didn't think it would pass at first, but I'm beginning to wonder. Those people on the BOC are representing specific regions throughout the state. By the looks of the voting yesterday done by school reps., it looks like the majority of the people in the state want to have a split. Will the BOC members betray those that they represent? Very unlikely...

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    From an interview I did with a BOC member and from the handout they provided me on the KHSAA Legislative Process and it is sitting right in front of me, the BOC's role is to RECOMMEND to the KBE either one of 4 things. 1)Adoption by KBE; 2)Rejection by KBE; 3)Amendment by KBE; 4)Reconsideration by membership in alternative forum (future Annual Meeting, Referendum) Board is to RECOMMEND action on all proposals, including those that do not achieve the necessary majority.

    From my reading of this, they cannot stop it but make recommendations to the KBE. The KBE does not always follow their recommendations. There was a proposal on coaches not needing 64 credit hours that the delegate assembly passed last year and the BOC recommended for approval. The KBE rejected the proposal despite the support of the delegate assembly AND the Board of Control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladiesbballcoach
    From an interview I did with a BOC member and from the handout they provided me on the KHSAA Legislative Process and it is sitting right in front of me, the BOC's role is to RECOMMEND to the KBE either one of 4 things. 1)Adoption by KBE; 2)Rejection by KBE; 3)Amendment by KBE; 4)Reconsideration by membership in alternative forum (future Annual Meeting, Referendum) Board is to RECOMMEND action on all proposals, including those that do not achieve the necessary majority.

    From my reading of this, they cannot stop it but make recommendations to the KBE. The KBE does not always follow their recommendations. There was a proposal on coaches not needing 64 credit hours that the delegate assembly passed last year and the BOC recommended for approval. The KBE rejected the proposal despite the support of the delegate assembly AND the Board of Control.
    That is correct.

    The BOC will not recommend adoption by the KBE on Prop 20.

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    Its to my understanding there is legislative work in process to "save" the intergrity of the sweet 16.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigStud
    Its to my understanding there is legislative work in process to "save" the intergrity of the sweet 16.

    That statement just tells me what the main problem with the state of Kentucky is. There are more important things in this state to worry about than the sweet 16 or even the public vs. private issue. Those men elected are not in Frankfort to worry about basketball games.

    Someone needs to "save" the intergrity of the state.

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    Prop 3 could hurt some schools where some members of the BOC reside. I think they will recommend rejection on both proposals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mayfieldsportsfan
    That statement just tells me what the main problem with the state of Kentucky is. There are more important things in this state to worry about than the sweet 16 or even the public vs. private issue. Those men elected are not in Frankfort to worry about basketball games.

    Someone needs to "save" the intergrity of the state.
    I would agree somewhat, but they are looking out for the best interest in the state. Our Federal Gov't has got involved in athletics. Its the Gov't job also to take notice of important issues going on in the state.

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    BOC voted down Prop 20, by a 9-7 vote with 2 abstentions...

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    Quote Originally Posted by letabrotherspeak
    BOC voted down Prop 20, by a 9-7 vote with 2 abstentions...
    Now what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cshs81
    Now what?
    Not voted down. It goes to the KBOE without the BOC's recommendation to approve it.

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    IT won't pass, IMO...Part of me wishes it would, but I do like winning state..

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockPride
    IT won't pass, IMO...Part of me wishes it would, but I do like winning state..
    Yeah it will not pass, in the end. (which is good) Too expensive what with the court cost and the other cost involved. But maybe now there will be more dialoge. I think the publics might have the privates attention.

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