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How many district runner ups will be ranked ahead of their district champ?


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1 hour ago, muckboy561 said:

So what's the point of having the district championship then?? Lol

I guess this is for a lot of teams that went into the playoffs with 2-8 3-7 records & hosting multiple playoff games over the years because they were district champs. 
 

guess they’re looking at it as if you’re a big at large team you’re more deserving as one of the top 4 seeds because you scheduled tough whole winning some tough games vice versa you scheduled nothing but cup cakes & ended the year 8-2 or 9-1 

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52 minutes ago, THIS_IS_DILLARD said:

I guess this is for a lot of teams that went into the playoffs with 2-8 3-7 records & hosting multiple playoff games over the years because they were district champs. 
 

guess they’re looking at it as if you’re a big at large team you’re more deserving as one of the top 4 seeds because you scheduled tough whole winning some tough games vice versa you scheduled nothing but cup cakes & ended the year 8-2 or 9-1 

Ok that make sense 

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Again with the stupidity of the fhsaa. Why even have districts if being district champ is meaningless and the runner up could gain home field advantage? Just have regions with at least 20 teams and make a rule that teams have to schedule 7 regional games. Top 6 make it. Tiebreakers to get in  decided by Kansas tiebreaker. Top 2 seeds per region get a bye the first week of the playoffs. Preserves 5 rounds for the fhsaa and keeps garbage teams out of the playoffs. 

 

 

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If a 2 and 8 team won the district, there was no runner-up from that district he was going to have a good record. Let’s be serious. The system is flawed right now. It was much much better when we just had basic districts with a champ and a runner up. There are ways to improve the district model by making them bigger, or scrapping the district model and going straight to the regional model, which would ensure only the top teams made it. If that’s what everybody’s after. You wouldn’t have to worry about lousy district champs.

Six big classes of at least 80 teams. At least 20 per region. Florida could easily pull that off.

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