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oldtimefootball
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Winnfield La
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Empty threats from select schools to leave LHSAA

All this talk about selects leaving LHSAA and
forming their own association is pure bull.

There are about 80 select schools. Not all selects
would choose to leave the LHSAA, so how many would
actually leave? And where would they go?

Most high school football fans would not care if
selects left. The talk about selects providing
the bulk of LHSAA revenue is not true in my
opinion but if you have figures to prove
otherwise then provide them.

My guess is that fewer than half of selects
would choose to leave. I live in North Louisiana
and from my knowledge of this area any select that
left LHSAA would have a VERY hard time filling
out a 10 game schedule. The logistics of travel,
time missed from school and finding quality
opponents would be overwhelming.

Considering the margin of vote for the split I
think it will not be rescinded in the forseeable
future. The biggest objection to select schools
is not about recruiting but about the way they
are able to get their players and the area they
are able to get them from. A good example is
providing scholerships. This is a good thing
if a select student is provided a scholership
because they have academic qualifications.
But information about scholerships is a closely
guarded secret with selects so essentially they
operate under their own rules. Would somebody
tell us how many John Curtis football players
on their 2012 championship team were on
scholership? Nobody knows? That's my point.

The split will stay. An adjustment should be
made in the divisions of selects in the playoffs
but how do you divide up 80 schools into fair
divisions?

Selects won't split because not enough of them
will agree to do it. So let the "Biggies" go
their own way if they think they have have enough
appeal to go national or even regional. This will
be the end of them. Good riddance.

I am from Winnfield. It was hard to see one of the
best teams in Winnfield's football history get
beat by one of the best teams that money could
buy - yes, John Curtis - in 2011. And for those
that count heads Winnfield had about 4 times as
many fans there as John Curtis. YEAH, SOUR GRAPES.

Have a great day!





GynoSandberg
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re: Empty threats from select schools to leave LHSAA
nice poem


ProjectP2294
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South St. Louis city
Member since May 2007
33089 posts

re: Empty threats from select schools to leave LHSAA
You could have put this shitty post in the other thread. You didn't need to start a new one.


Billy Mays
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re: Empty threats from select schools to leave LHSAA
quote:

nice poem


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JS87
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re: Empty threats from select schools to leave LHSAA
u mad


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WinnPtiger
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Arlington
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re: Empty threats from select schools to leave LHSAA
agreed


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Zamoro10
Member since Jul 2008
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re: Empty threats from select schools to leave LHSAA
quote:

And for those
that count heads Winnfield had about 4 times as
many fans there as John Curtis.


Did they give a trophy for that?


oldtimefootball
LSU Fan
Winnfield La
Member since Feb 2013
125 posts

re: Empty threats from select schools to leave LHSAA
From select fan number 1. Let's keep counting.


Rouge
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100265 posts

re: Empty threats from select schools to leave LHSAA
so you copied some email you received and posted it here?


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ProjectP2294
Penn Fan
South St. Louis city
Member since May 2007
33089 posts

re: Empty threats from select schools to leave LHSAA
quote:

From select fan number 1.


Nah. We pulled numbers a while back, I'm 394.


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oldtimefootball
LSU Fan
Winnfield La
Member since Feb 2013
125 posts

re: Empty threats from select schools to leave LHSAA
No trophy but that shoots down the argument
that selects outdraw non-selects.


NorthshoreTiger76
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craigbiggio
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Baton Rouge
Member since Dec 2009
13890 posts

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scholership




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ProjectP2294
Penn Fan
South St. Louis city
Member since May 2007
33089 posts

re: Empty threats from select schools to leave LHSAA
quote:

The biggest objection to select schools
is not about recruiting but about the way they
are able to get their players and the area they
are able to get them from. A good example is
providing scholerships. This is a good thing
if a select student is provided a scholership
because they have academic qualifications.


What are these "scholerships" you keep referring to?


ProjectP2294
Penn Fan
South St. Louis city
Member since May 2007
33089 posts

re: Empty threats from select schools to leave LHSAA
quote:

No trophy but that shoots down the argument
that selects outdraw non-selects


No, it just proves that one non-select school out draws one select school. Nothing less, nothing more.


Rouge
USA Fan
TD.com HOF Member - Class of 2014
Member since Oct 2004
100265 posts

re: Empty threats from select schools to leave LHSAA
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it just proves that one non-select school out draws one select school. Nothing less, nothing more.
West Monroe outdraws Catholic High Pointe Coupee??

ya dont say


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teke184
LSU Fan
Zachary, LA
Member since Jan 2007
9074 posts

re: Empty threats from select schools to leave LHSAA
quote:

No trophy but that shoots down the argument
that selects outdraw non-selects.


Image: http://ts3.mm.bing.net/th?id=H.4598364699033638&pid=15.1


One public school outdrawing a select school means that the argument is dead?

I guess we can ignore those New Orleans HS games where the Catholic League has a full house and the public schools have 5 fans, then.


9Fiddy
TCU Fan
19th Hole
Member since Jan 2007
52007 posts

re: Empty threats from select schools to leave LHSAA
That was the hardest Iambic Pentameter recitation EVAR


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The Egg
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Houston, TX
Member since Dec 2004
59474 posts
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re: Empty threats from select schools to leave LHSAA
quote:

All this talk about selects leaving LHSAA and
forming their own association is pure bull.

There are about 80 select schools. Not all selects
would choose to leave the LHSAA, so how many would
actually leave? And where would they go?

Most high school football fans would not care if
selects left. The talk about selects providing
the bulk of LHSAA revenue is not true in my
opinion but if you have figures to prove
otherwise then provide them.

My guess is that fewer than half of selects
would choose to leave. I live in North Louisiana
and from my knowledge of this area any select that
left LHSAA would have a VERY hard time filling
out a 10 game schedule. The logistics of travel,
time missed from school and finding quality
opponents would be overwhelming.

Considering the margin of vote for the split I
think it will not be rescinded in the forseeable
future. The biggest objection to select schools
is not about recruiting but about the way they
are able to get their players and the area they
are able to get them from. A good example is
providing scholerships. This is a good thing
if a select student is provided a scholership
because they have academic qualifications.
But information about scholerships is a closely
guarded secret with selects so essentially they
operate under their own rules. Would somebody
tell us how many John Curtis football players
on their 2012 championship team were on
scholership? Nobody knows? That's my point.

The split will stay. An adjustment should be
made in the divisions of selects in the playoffs
but how do you divide up 80 schools into fair
divisions?

Selects won't split because not enough of them
will agree to do it. So let the "Biggies" go
their own way if they think they have have enough
appeal to go national or even regional. This will
be the end of them. Good riddance.

I am from Winnfield. It was hard to see one of the
best teams in Winnfield's football history get
beat by one of the best teams that money could
buy - yes, John Curtis - in 2011. And for those
that count heads Winnfield had about 4 times as
many fans there as John Curtis. YEAH, SOUR GRAPES.

Have a great day!

you forgot to sign it as:

"Ciao,

Gino Joubert"


oldtimefootball
LSU Fan
Winnfield La
Member since Feb 2013
125 posts

re: Empty threats from select schools to leave LHSAA
And how many catholic high schools are there
in New orleans?


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