Iowa high school athletic association brings you state finals online for free

zebrastripes

Active member
Okay? So what? They probably also charge their schools a membership fee and/or require them to pay their share of the catastrophic insurance premiums...

Neither of which are applicable to OHSAA member schools.
 

Sykotyk

Well-known member
Okay? So what? They probably also charge their schools a membership fee and/or require them to pay their share of the catastrophic insurance premiums...

Neither of which are applicable to OHSAA member schools.
PIAA charges a membership fee that covers catastrophic coverage. It's 500 a year on average covers the entire school year all sports.

Then ticket prices are only $5 for playoff games instead of $9. Also Ohio makes next to nothing from TV coverage.

So the first 100 fans to your first football game of the season covers your catastrophic coverage. But yes let's pretend Ohio is doing what no one else can.
 

IamToz15

Active member
My son and I were in Iowa for the ISU/Texas game when they were holding their semifinals at Northern Iowa. They bring all teams to one location for 3 days for the final four. They also only charge you $10 for the day, all games.
 
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