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  1. The options presented in TN currently. Four plans for football were discussed. Those plans are as follows:1. If the executive order expires on Aug. 29, practice would begin on Aug. 30 with the first game on Sept. 18. All regular season schedules for schools would be replaced by the state office with a seven-week region schedule for all schools. Playoffs would be conducted as usual, but schools that do not make the playoffs would be able to play two extra games after the regular season.2. If the executive order expires on Aug. 29, practice could begin on Aug. 30 with the first game on Sept. 18. All regular season schedules for schools would be replaced by the state office with an eight-week region schedule. The regular season would extend into Week 12 and the first-round of the playoffs would be eliminated (only region champions and runners-up would qualify). Teams that do not qualify for the playoffs would be able to play two extra games after the regular season.3. If the executive order expires on Aug. 29, practice would begin on Aug. 30 with the first game on Sept. 18. Schools would keep their current schedule and begin play with the Week 5 game on September 18. Games scheduled against member schools for Week 3 would be played in Week 12. Games scheduled against member schools for Week 4 would be played in Week 13. Only region champions would advance to the playoffs beginning in Week 14. Schools that do not qualify for the playoffs would be able to play one extra game.4. Cancel playoffs and championships. Start practice on August 30. Schools play games as scheduled beginning with Week 5 games on September 18. Move games against member schools from Weeks 1-4 to Weeks 12-15.The Board will meet again on July 8 to make a decision regarding football.
  2. Face shields on players is a bad thing. If you’ve ever coached and had to deal with visor issues you understand. They trap heat and the ones they are advertising would make it much worse. That doesn’t include what happens with rain/mud.
  3. That’s good news and that’s a good district for them. Travel wouldn’t be bad and it’s a good fit for most of those teams in that district.
  4. I think most have a plan. I believe a number of districts had coaches submit plans for how they would conduct practice to be approved by their districts. If a coach is having problems he might want to talk to the basketball coaches. This isn’t a shot a basketball coaches. I’ve always said if you want to know how to take full advantage of a rule talk to a basketball coach. If you want to know how to raise/handle money talk to the band. In my years I’ve found those two groups are experts at those two things.
  5. Is that also the date of the next KHSAA meeting to see how things will move forward starting July 10?
  6. La Salle HS in OH just put out an email looking to fill two games due to out of state teams canceling games. This might be signs of teams that have out of state opponents beginning to lose opponents.
  7. It was a tweet by a reporter attempting to confirm what he had heard. I haven’t seen anything from JCPS either.
  8. On Twitter a statement was made that JCPS had decided to not allow face to face meetings with players and coaches until a later date. Does anyone know if this is true?
  9. I could have this wrong but June 1-14 you can meet players to handle things like paperwork and set up schedules. June 15- July 9 you can workout and condition. School districts have of course final say on how all of that will work.
  10. I’m sure this is a thing at some schools already. My HS had it back in the 80s and early 90s. You got a season pass for a slight discount on the ticket price. It’s a pretty good fundraiser. Cheap investment allowing money upfront. I’d say there is a percentage of people that would buy it that wouldn’t come to all the games and you worry less about your gate being hurt by weather.
  11. Guess I could go Googled it first. Here is an article about the school. Riverside becomes first school in Georgia to cancel fall sports
  12. What private school? When comparing to KY there is a big difference between Sayre canceling fall sports and LCA, Lex Cath, Cov Cath, St X, Trinity, etc...
  13. Looks like OH HS can start doing some football next week.
  14. When they talk about phase 1,2,3 are those phases separate than the state’s phase 1,2,3? Meaning if the state is in phase 2 would sports start with phase 2 guidelines. That part I’m a little unclear on.
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