We shall see but more teams are going to have to have 8 man before they sponsor it and right now there is no movement toward more teams playing 8 man. Teams that would move to 8 man are not making the play-offs at 11 man so not sure why they would wait for OHSAA to sponsor it.When, not if, the OHSAA sponsors an 8-man division/state championship game, you'll realize that this is not true.
One team doesn't disprove the statement plus they are much improved against other 8 man teams. I bet if they get their roster consistently in the upper 20's there will be a movement to go to 11 man football.Holgate actually has much improved numbers and a team this year that could probably compete in the GMC.
They chose to stay 8 man.
At some point winning, or at least not getting your face kicked in every week, looks way more attractive than this idea some have that 11 man is the only real football
For the past 5 years or so every year many have predicted 8 man would take off soon and we have yet to see it happen.