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TIGER1988

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  1. In person : Ozzie Smith - Go Crazy Folks Mark McGuire - 70 Fernando Tatis - hitting his 2nd grand slam in one inning ALL TIME : Kirk Gibson - The impossible has happened
  2. 1.) College rule OT. 2.) Celebration penalty eliminated unless extremely excessive. 3.) Penalties inside the red zone if regulated to half the distance to include a first down.(IE off-sides on defense at the three results in first down from the 1 1/2 regardless of what down it was originally.) 4.) Targeting penalty eliminated.
  3. Sevgeral factors to consider when moving teams. Size should be JUST ONE. Overall record for the past four years should be another. State titles would figure in and so would state title appearances. You cant just classify schools based on the size of each. That is asinine, and exactly why you have the mismatches you have now.
  4. Only move down one class at a time. Probably 4 year spans on moves. Moving classes based on both a team moving up and one moving down. Equal.
  5. IN NO WAY would I be considered Bernie Sanders. Bernie would be more for the everyone wins program that we have now. Playoffs that are TOO deep, Champions crowned for beating inferior competition, and more control by the powers that be. What I am suggesting is that schools that have the ability to play up do so to test themselves (a team gets no better playing teams that they can dominate without being challenged). Sure, schools that are not successful in the class they are in will be moved down, but only proportional to those moving up. The ones crying about this suggestion the most are the ones that are glad their particular school is dominating the class they are in.
  6. No Jail Bird, some teams had rather be considered the 33 or so best team in the state, or the 70 some odd team in the state, or the 111th or so, or about the 150th best, or the 190th best or maybe even be happy as better than 31 others or so. As long as they can claim state titles in such a class all is well. Let's not worry about the teams that get dominated year in and year out in these classes while others continue their domination and build bigger trophy cases. Not saying all of the state title winners fit this category, but some most definitely do. These are the teams that should play up a class, and allow teams that are constantly dominated see if they can compete in a lower class. LET THE BASHING BEGIN
  7. Except for the home field advantages, I like this one. Would not be hard to implement at say the final eight. This would reinvigorate the fans too.
  8. NO HOME GAMES for state titles. Neutral sites can be used and applied for seasons ahead of time. There are plenty of 5A or 6A schools who won't be using their field that weekend that are centrally located, and capable of hosting these games.
  9. If you use school enrollment ONLY, then yes all are playing in their appropriate classes. However, again, this should be only one of several factors determining the class for each school. You have to remember that not only should schools move up, but others should move down. It would take the KHSAA to get off their butts and do a little work (this seems to be the end all be all). 99.8% isn't even close. I would guess more like 65 to 75%.
  10. Schools want the same thing. Had rather be dominant in a lower class, than be a contender in a higher class. Should be exactly the opposite. I think only the 6A game should garner a college facility.
  11. I agree that the state titles (for the most part) could have been mailed in. This is a product of our current system. Travel costs among a million other things are the excuses you get when talking about making state finals more interesting and better games. Teams that had rather get their trophy for being the # 467 best team instead of moving up and playing better schools. I (and am probably out here by myself) had rather see schools be able to play up or down to equal out the competitiveness of every class. Size of school should only be one factor in determining the "class" of each school. This would make every class more competitive, and bring out the best in every team.
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