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Nov 18, 05, 09:03 AM #121Originally Posted by MoDawgAdvertisement
Nov 18, 05, 10:50 AM #122
I really hope this doesn't happen. It won't be the end of the world, and I'm sure we'll get used to it, but...
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I really like our current system. I don't think this, or any other measure (public/private split) is going to solve the problem of having a few dominant teams. All it will do is create another opening for someone else to jump into that dominating role...and then everyone will be mad at that school, accusing it of unfair advantages, etc.
Imagine if St. X and Trinity moved to 6A and Male stayed 5A...now you have StX/T winning all the 6A titles, Male winning the 5A.
Nov 18, 05, 10:51 AM #123Originally Posted by westsider
Nov 18, 05, 11:27 AM #124
It's a diminishing-returns principle, Oxnard. Once you get to a certain number, I think any subsequent advantage starts to diminish.
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Just my opinion.
Nov 18, 05, 05:10 PM #125Originally Posted by MoDawg