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1 hour ago, 181pl said:

Listen, the world doesn't revolve around N. Florida. 90 percent of the teams in the state are within a reasonable distance of say six other similarly sized high schools to make real districts. Adjust. Maybe the FHSAA can kick in some travel stipends if a team has to go over 75 miles. There are ways to get the system correct.

I think the 75 miles is funny. You know their are currently teams that have 2 district games a year over 200 miles.

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Not a fan.  The possible benefits do not outweigh, what to me might be the worst situation.  It seems like a knee-jerk reaction, that appears to satisfy an issue, but really can make no guarantees.

Yeah but in most cases that format creates state championship blowouts as several classes the 1 and 2 region winners are the 2 weakest regional champs   But if your in the final 4 you really

Not official yet but it appears no more region 1 vs region 2 and region 3 vs region 4 in the semi’s. Now the highest seed will play the lowest seed left in the semi’s.  I’m ok with this but the rankin

7 minutes ago, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

Is that why several years back a few of those so called panhandle powerhouses requested to move down to 6a when they were gonna be assigned to a Tallahassee district which left that Tallahassee district as a 3 team district??

At the risk of ruffling feathers I will answer this the teams in tally don't support their teams. They are 200 miles away and want to play games on Thursday night?????  Go to a game at niceville, Crestview, Navarre, Tate and then go to a game in Tally and try to figure out what people who make the money work out we're trying to protect.  Yes the administrations would have rather kept  the goose laying the golden egg.

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