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    May 20, 17, 08:59 PM
    Wyoming does this. They allow schools to petition to move up or down depending on local rivals, and where they project they'll be enrollment wise in a few years (that way a 2-year blip doesn't happen, either). It works very well.
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    May 19, 17, 07:50 PM
    Take the 32 teams. Split them up geographically into two halves, regardless of seeding, record, etc. Just group 16 together and 16 together. Then seed those two groups. And have an east/west champion play for a title.
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    May 11, 17, 04:35 PM
    They may have in the past. Last year, they played their six games at 3 sites: Salem Stadium, Salem (where the NCAA D3 championships were now formerly held) William & Mary Hampton University I was wrong as well, as the big school games at U of Va aren't done anymore, either.
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    May 10, 17, 08:42 PM
    Want a list? For same-year-two-stadium-or-more states: Oregon (mostly Corvallis {OSU} and Hillsboro} California (5 games at Sacramento State, the others are around the state) Nevada (Can play anywhere, at high schools or Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas or at U of Nevada in Reno) Arizona (Largest at U of Phoenix Stadium, the rest in suburban Phoenix or Flagstaff) New Mexico (plays at any venue available, each game different) Colorado...
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    May 7, 17, 04:33 PM
    Collinwood looks like a great venue. Have driven by it a few times, and almost went to the Senate League championship on a Saturday afternoon last year. I would love to see JFK now that they have turf. A great old-time venue to see is Chagrin Falls, but that's a bit of a haul between a 3pm game at JFK and a 7pm start in Chagrin Falls. Cleveland Heights is another great one, and just down the road from Collinwood. This year, with a 1yo, I'm...
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    Apr 30, 17, 11:56 PM
    Newark's a bit too far for me to make the Thursday night trip. Especially with Pittsburgh or Parma having a game nearby. Along with the ALF game in Clarion Co. PA and a few Youngstown Thursday games due to off-days for schools (Niles-Howland and the regular Thursday openers). As for the Bowl pricing, I'd have to say $10 is probably a bit high. If you're getting two games, there should be a bit of a discount compared to just paying for two...
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    Apr 30, 17, 04:45 PM
    Why is that? I always find it interesting when a school rents out a stadium, they don't want people working when their game is going on elsewhere. Steubenville ALWAYS hosts SCC games on Saturday night. Warren always has JFK games on Saturday night unless Harding somehow plays on a Saturday themselves (or Thursday).
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    Apr 29, 17, 11:46 PM
    That's my plan as well. Never been to Danville for a game. Saw their stadium last year. Shame the Rebel Bowl at Boyle County in Danville is the following weekend. As for Death Valley Bowl, I just enjoy the games at Stanford. Will be my third year going. Seeing a game in Tennessee on Thursday most likely.
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