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View Poll Results: Which is the toughest division in HS Football?
Alabama 6A 0 0%
California Southern Pac5-I + Bowl 1 2.38%
Florida 5A 3 7.14%
Georgia 5A 0 0%
Louisiana 5A 0 0%
Ohio Div I 25 59.52%
Pennsylvania 4A 0 0%
South Carolina 4A 0 0%
Texas 5A 13 30.95%
Other 0 0%
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Old 02-29-12, 04:25 PM
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ohio high school football isn't the greatest in the country. If that was the case ohio high schools would be beating national teams left and right but that hasn't happen nor will it ever happen. Down south has has the advantage over everyone. Because most of the football players in the south are one sport players not 5 other sport players. When kids start to mix other sports with football it messes everything up. I think kids need to stick to one sport and one sport ONLY.
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Old 03-01-12, 06:28 PM
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SOF2012... just because Ohio doesn't possess the 'best team' doesn't mean Ohio's not the best state for high school football (even if they're just counting the largest division).


You and nine other people are in one group. You have $9 million. The other nine have $20,000 each.

Now, another group of ten have a combined $50 million, with no one having over $6 million and the lowest having $4 million.

You might have more than everyone else. But, the second group is much more equitable. Your group is a no-contest.

Otherwise, you'd be claiming New Jersey is a mecca for HS Football because DBP crushes everyone.

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Old 05-27-12, 04:50 PM
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100% All Teams Make it:
Indiana 1A -5A (64/64)
Minnesota 1A, 4A, 5A (56/56)
Illinois 1A - 7A (32/32)
Michigan 1-8 (32/32)
Wisconsin 1-7 (32/32)
Tennessee II-AA (12/12)
New York Monsignor Martin I&II (4/4)
Incorrect for Michigan. There were 607 teams playing football last year. Divisions are made once it is determined which teams have made the field. 256 teams make the playoffs. So that is 42.2% of the teams making the playoffs.
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Old 05-28-12, 01:20 AM
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Even the Wisconsin number is faulty as the WIAA eliminates teams to make the playoffs. So much for all your figures being right.
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