The only thing I know about this are the few Moscona rants I've caught, but basically they are blowing up high school football in Louisiana because a handful of private schools are taking advantage of the system? Is this just mass grass roots stupidity or is someone actually benefiting from and manipulating the situation to split the LHSAA?
They're blowing up the system because a few public schools like Winnfield got butthurt that they were stuck in the same classification as John Curtis and Evangel, meaning the chances of winning a title were almost non-existant.
This is an outgrowth from long-term issues involving mainly Curtis and Evangel, who have been shuffled from classification to classification because no one wants to play them.
The issue has opened a whole barrel of additional issues.
One major one I feel needs to be addressed is letting non-football schools vote on issues that deal solely with football. Specifically, there are a lot of allegations that Class B and Class C schools were leaned on hard to vote for this proposal under threat of having their classes abolished.