Of note, Jindal has 6 more days to veto the bill to make for third party arbitration in eligibility cases.
INTENTIONAL law passed to be a 'poison pill' for the LHSAA by some disgruntled south Louisiana legislators to get back at the LHSAA for the separate private/public playoff system in feetball.
I hope Jindal will veto this but time is running out
I do think that the LHSAA is headed for a complete private/public split.
The south Louisiana private schools will be OK, its the northern private schools that are gonna get hit hard by a split.
In NELA, there are only a handful of privates that participate in football, Ouachita Chrisian, St Fredericks, Cedar Creek.
In N'west Louisiana, the numbers are just a bad, Evangel, Calvary Baptist, and maybe two or three other schools.
BTW, if there is a public/private split. I wonder if the south Louisiana privates are going to want John Curtis to join them? Same way with the northern schools, will the privates want Evangel & Calvary Baptist in their league?