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  1. I will probably go Friday (dec 13th) game.
  2. Hey sorry i missed the party. Me and Jambun just talking and don't assume because we talk about "society" and "respectful/disrespectful generation" we/or atleast i(cant speak for the Jambun) I am making a political statement, CHS. relax, it a forum, we discuss, have are agreements, flesh out our disagreement, agree to disagree. That is what adults are suppose to do, right Jambun? I agree adult should be the example, and i agree this may not have been done as well as it should have been, as a societal whole. I guess i am "We are where we are" kinda thing. i make no excuse for the coach or his actions, i do know that most coaches are dealing, with maybe the same issues as years past, but more prevalent is the deviant behavior.
  3. If you mean different in that they do some of the same stupid things we did and have a bulletproof mentality, can be a smart ass and some just disrespectful - sure how and adolescent acts has not changed. What HAS changed is how society has coddled it, made excuses for it, how we are allowed to deal with it. Because its not dealt with or frowned upon, we deal with situations of underdeveloped thinking and skills(particularly (social) of adolescences which do not know how to handle situations or cant find authority anywhere of note and the acting out, the behavior perpetuates, it feeds the snowball and where many "back in the day" would veer away from "unacceptable behavior" if they were "on the fence of mischief and disrespect," they will continue it because of the lack of consequences; it is even celebrated. Its not that it never existed, it that there is more of it, more common.
  4. I'm not sure it was a LEAP LAZ, it was a necessity to fix their untested/under tested first brain child. If it is a leap, it was a leap from the DUMPSTER FIRE it originally created for the original playoff system. Yes this is better, but i could see where spread of win/loss could factor in as well (you could cap spread).
  5. I understand the reason for the rules and a personal foul would suffice; multiple infractions could entail stronger penalty. But what i would like to take issue with the "How do we expect 16-17 year old kids to act, if leaders act that way." True, adults should show control, but some people are of the perception that today's kids, today's generation is operating under the same social rules that were generally accepted and taught just 10-20 years ago. Situations can turn into absolute chaos, total mob mentality in seconds.......have you ever tried to restain, tamp down, stop chaos??????? You have two choices: either let it continue to escalate and erupt or you can do something to try and "break that frenzy." Again, I am not saying the coach example here is specifically relevant to my comments, but until you can deal with that on a daily basis, then I would reserve judgement. More than likely these coaches have had to "respond" in this manner to regain control of a situation in their daily dealings......you don't have to agree, you just may want to consider a different perspective.
  6. I know Pine Forest back in 90's-00's was putting up some 90 point games ..... SEVERAL!
  7. HOLY COMPLICATION BATMAN! LOL Hey I like that their trying but you have just added: Mandatory filming of JV games. I still think a well tested power rating like a LAZ or PINKOs would work better. Seems the RPI is to stop all of us basic math coaches to be able to figure out the process/results to be able to complain about the problems!
  8. Sorry cannot get over the Miami MOURNING school is on this list of the worst teams .....name change maybe??????
  9. SOOOOOO, I can make the FHSAA State Sanctioned Playoffs and 0-10, BBBUUUUUUUUT I can't play in a Bowl Games......I can go 4-6 and not play in a bowl game.
  10. Columbia High Fan, there are some good points to the system and you are correct in some things. Like all regular season games have postseason implication more, but to argue every point to be "better than it was." of switching host field not to be "fair."....makes it seem that you seem unwavering to discuss changes to the system and why many would to go back to ideas like "taking turns" because those things seem "reasonable." A constant reference to "you would have gotten the same result (or worse) under the old system" is a red herring; it doesn't address the problem. POINT OF FACT: there is no logical reason a team who has won ZERO games should have a claim to the playoffs, when there are other teams who have won. THAT in and of itself proves that the system can be manipulated and SCHEDULING OVER MORE COMPETITIVE TEAMS or BETTER COMPETITION is a FLAW in the system. Now it is my opinion that we do go to a points system to get better competition and all games relevant, But THIS AINT IT! You will need to add more factors like point given up, points earned (again you can cap the points at certain point total OR (spread could be a possibility). NOW YES IF you are going to go to points system then you have to get rid of our "lets don't hurt the kids feelings by running up the score" or the "You have to play X number of teams in our school district" mentality and its overseers. SO falling on THIS point system sword, WITHOUT ADDRESS THE OTHER ISSUES leads to the results we are getting and do nothing but hurt Kids who have a limited window to try and accomplish their football goals. My CONTINUAL frustration, is that why do we have to re-invent the wheel? There are several states who already have system; systems tested, tried and erred.
  11. I would rather that than where we are now. I don't even know if we are considered Co-District Champions? Do we get a trophy? How are you putting it in the books? Are we worthy of either? All I see that the FHSAA states is that (paraphrasing) "District Champion gets automatic bid to playoffs. Of there is a tie between 2 teams, look at head-to-head competition. If it is a 3 way tie, we go back to total points." ........I mean we know who gets the seeding, buuuuuuuuuut is there a district winner.............OR(more probable explanation) we are saving money by not only not having to pay for 3 $50 Trophies for the 3 deserving teams, We now don't have to buy ANY state trophy.........PERFECT! LOL
  12. Ah yes, EGGZACKLEE! in efforts to better it, "Let's Do it for the kids" we lost sight of the "application" of the process. Rely on the adults to do right, or figure it out, or play fair............let's just try it out.......then try it out on the adults, NOT the kids, the infraction on the kids could have been a lot less 'impactful" if it had been played out, mock trials, worst case scenarios. This would have been warranted before application. Open the conversation to more than what they did. And before somebody says, "it was voted on by Coaches and ADs," you know some coaches were not invested in the conversation or whether ADs understood, cared, or were invested themselves. Now i'm not saying that is right on their part, I'm just saying it's real.
  13. Floridaatlantic, I'm beyond the frustration, I'm over it, my psychiatrist say so. Last year i was not just arguing my personal interest, it was the system itself. Of course it was in our own hands, that was not the major point i was making then, or now. If you are going to a point system, you do not get an accurate enough rating in the current system. Moreover, the ability to make the playoffs becomes more of a SCHEDULING COMPETITION, and some schools(school districts) have more autonomy in scheduling - that is Adults involved, an Administrative Issue, not kid production. Not allowing the kids to decide it on the field of competition, THAT is more the travesty.
  14. UUUUUUHHHHHH OldSchool, HWY..........you two don't work in the Florida Public School System do you? This is EXACTLY the procedure in Florida Public Schools.......excuse me, there are teachers that don't subscribe to it, but this is the "Marching Orders" from the "Brass." Should explain a lot about where we are.... .......if you look at it that way..........this playoff system makes PERFECT SENSE......I retract my objections!
  15. But glad to see a few more of yall concerned/upset with the system. Where were you last year?!?!?!?! POWER RATING would be better. You cap points/impact of point spread (meaning keep from team running up a score to better their rating) You have sooooo many competing issues (district/county school district/Regions scheduling) get rid of ALL of that then we will see whether THIS system would even work, but thinking those things would not have an impact and, if you thought it would that it was too little impact, OR worse, you knew it would have some major implications........and we are going to do it anyway. But let's not forget the intention of this system was to: 1) get the best teams in the playoffs, meaning stronger districts would have more 2) eliminate weak 1st round games.....that is still debatable. If you honor district winner, fine, but in order to eliminate bubble arguments you could, as an alternative, offer 16 teams (that would send 5-8 teams home...cant really make that claim the you deserve to be in). But still think you will need to power rate. You are already seeing conflict with scheduling teams under this system. The beneficiaries are teams that have autonomy to schedule freely.......so this is a SCHEDULING BATTLE......NOT competition by kids to produce the best Team. Just my thoughts.
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