Remember when you were in high school and for the "ones" who played, football was meant to be fun. From recess to Pop Warner, the game was played with fun. Granted, coaches who were tough was excepted, but was it necessary? Majority of the kids playing the game played it for the enjoyment; moreover, never planned to coach at any level, in their future. However, Adults react in a different way. In general, they have more of a desire for a win, then the kids do. The football coaches(the majority) are hired, and fired depending on their record. Is this for the children, or the adults? So I wonder, as a former player, present parent, and a former coach, who is this game for? Taking a large amount of time off from coaching to raise my kids, I realized a whole lot that goes on, to make this game, not as pure as it should be. I realized I wanted them to win more then they did. Thank Goodness I realized it and changed. Don't make it bigger then it really is... Let me know the way you feel. Because I am okay with 16 teams per region making the playoffs. More kids can experience the playoffs. Job well done "OHSAA." Because this game is meant to be for them, the kids. Right?!?