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  1. With everything that was discussed yesterday by the Board of Control this is the schedule that teams are looking at as of next week: 7/6 through 7/11 = Summer Workouts & Conditioning 7/13 through 7/18 = Summer Workouts & Conditioning 7/20 through 7/25 = Summer Workouts & Conditioning 7/27 through 8/1 = Summer Workouts & Conditioning 8/3 through 8/8 = Summer Workouts & Conditioning 8/10 through 8/15 = Workouts & Conditioning (after school) 8/17 through 8/22 = Workouts & Conditioning (after school) 8/24 through 8/29 = Workouts & Conditioning (after school) 8/31 through 9/5 = Preseason Week 1 in Pads 9/7 through 9/12 = Preseason Week 2 in Pads (if teams still choose to play Jamborees it will be on this week) 9/18 = Week 1 9/25 = Week 2 10/2 = Week 3 10/9 = Week 4 10/16 = Week 5 10/23 = Week 6 10/30 = Week 7 11/6 = Week 8 or Round 1 11/13 = Week 9, Round 1, or Round 2 11/20 = Quarterfinals 11/27 = Semifinals 12/3, 12/4, 12/5 = State Championship Games Here's my big question over all of this mess. The Weeks of 12/11-12/12 and 12/18-12/19 are also available for the TSSAA to use to get their fall sports seasons completed prior to the Christmas Holiday Break. Why do they elect to not use those weeks? Colleges do graduation in the fall semester the weekend of 12/11-12/12 if school is in session. That means that the 12/18-12/19 weekend would have no bearing on Tennessee Tech. If so then just move the State Championships to another venue such as Middle Tennessee State, Austin Peay, or Vanderbilt. All of those locations would be great options for the TSSAA to look at using anyway. If the TSSAA Board of Control would simply do that then they could play a 9 week regular season + play a full 5 week playoff bracket and there wouldn't be anything to vote on right now. It would be a done deal and everyone would be happy with what takes place.
  2. With everything that was discussed yesterday by the Board of Control this is the schedule that teams are looking at as of next week: 7/6 through 7/11 = Summer Workouts & Conditioning 7/13 through 7/18 = Summer Workouts & Conditioning 7/20 through 7/25 = Summer Workouts & Conditioning 7/27 through 8/1 = Summer Workouts & Conditioning 8/3 through 8/8 = Summer Workouts & Conditioning 8/10 through 8/15 = Workouts & Conditioning (after school) 8/17 through 8/22 = Workouts & Conditioning (after school) 8/24 through 8/29 = Workouts & Conditioning (after school) 8/31 through 9/5 = Preseason Week 1 in Pads 9/7 through 9/12 = Preseason Week 2 in Pads (if teams still choose to play Jamborees it will be on this week) 9/18 = Week 1 9/25 = Week 2 10/2 = Week 3 10/9 = Week 4 10/16 = Week 5 10/23 = Week 6 10/30 = Week 7 11/6 = Week 8 or Round 1 11/13 = Week 9, Round 1, or Round 2 11/20 = Quarterfinals 11/27 = Semifinals 12/3, 12/4, 12/5 = State Championship Games Here's my big question over all of this mess. The Weeks of 12/11-12/12 and 12/18-12/19 are also available for the TSSAA to use to get their fall sports seasons completed prior to the Christmas Holiday Break. Why do they elect to not use those weeks? Colleges do graduation in the fall semester the weekend of 12/11-12/12 if school is in session. That means that the 12/18-12/19 weekend would have no bearing on Tennessee Tech. If so then just move the State Championships to another venue such as Middle Tennessee State, Austin Peay, or Vanderbilt. All of those locations would be great options for the TSSAA to look at using anyway. If the TSSAA Board of Control would simply do that then they could play a 9 week regular season + play a full 5 week playoff bracket and there wouldn't be anything to vote on right now. It would be a done deal and everyone would be happy with what takes place.
  3. With everything that was discussed yesterday by the Board of Control this is the schedule that teams are looking at as of next week: 7/6 through 7/11 = Summer Workouts & Conditioning 7/13 through 7/18 = Summer Workouts & Conditioning 7/20 through 7/25 = Summer Workouts & Conditioning 7/27 through 8/1 = Summer Workouts & Conditioning 8/3 through 8/8 = Summer Workouts & Conditioning 8/10 through 8/15 = Workouts & Conditioning (after school) 8/17 through 8/22 = Workouts & Conditioning (after school) 8/24 through 8/29 = Workouts & Conditioning (after school) 8/31 through 9/5 = Preseason Week 1 in Pads 9/7 through 9/12 = Preseason Week 2 in Pads (if teams still choose to play Jamborees it will be on this week) 9/18 = Week 1 9/25 = Week 2 10/2 = Week 3 10/9 = Week 4 10/16 = Week 5 10/23 = Week 6 10/30 = Week 7 11/6 = Week 8 or Round 1 11/13 = Week 9, Round 1, or Round 2 11/20 = Quarterfinals 11/27 = Semifinals 12/3, 12/4, 12/5 = State Championship Games Here's my big question over all of this mess. The Weeks of 12/11-12/12 and 12/18-12/19 are also available for the TSSAA to use to get their fall sports seasons completed prior to the Christmas Holiday Break. Why do they elect to not use those weeks? Colleges do graduation in the fall semester the weekend of 12/11-12/12 if school is in session. That means that the 12/18-12/19 weekend would have no bearing on Tennessee Tech. If so then just move the State Championships to another venue such as Middle Tennessee State, Austin Peay, or Vanderbilt. All of those locations would be great options for the TSSAA to look at using anyway. If the TSSAA Board of Control would simply do that then they could play a 9 week regular season + play a full 5 week playoff bracket and there wouldn't be anything to vote on right now. It would be a done deal and everyone would be happy with what takes place.
  4. With everything that was discussed yesterday by the Board of Control this is the schedule that teams are looking at as of next week: 7/6 through 7/11 = Summer Workouts & Conditioning 7/13 through 7/18 = Summer Workouts & Conditioning 7/20 through 7/25 = Summer Workouts & Conditioning 7/27 through 8/1 = Summer Workouts & Conditioning 8/3 through 8/8 = Summer Workouts & Conditioning 8/10 through 8/15 = Workouts & Conditioning (after school) 8/17 through 8/22 = Workouts & Conditioning (after school) 8/24 through 8/29 = Workouts & Conditioning (after school) 8/31 through 9/5 = Preseason Week 1 in Pads 9/7 through 9/12 = Preseason Week 2 in Pads (if teams still choose to play Jamborees it will be on this week) 9/18 = Week 1 9/25 = Week 2 10/2 = Week 3 10/9 = Week 4 10/16 = Week 5 10/23 = Week 6 10/30 = Week 7 11/6 = Week 8 or Round 1 11/13 = Week 9, Round 1, or Round 2 11/20 = Quarterfinals 11/27 = Semifinals 12/3, 12/4, 12/5 = State Championship Games Here's my big question over all of this mess. The Weeks of 12/11-12/12 and 12/18-12/19 are also available for the TSSAA to use to get their fall sports seasons completed prior to the Christmas Holiday Break. Why do they elect to not use those weeks? Colleges do graduation in the fall semester the weekend of 12/11-12/12 if school is in session. That means that the 12/18-12/19 weekend would have no bearing on Tennessee Tech. If so then just move the State Championships to another venue such as Middle Tennessee State, Austin Peay, or Vanderbilt. All of those locations would be great options for the TSSAA to look at using anyway. If the TSSAA Board of Control would simply do that then they could play a 9 week regular season + play a full 5 week playoff bracket and there wouldn't be anything to vote on right now. It would be a done deal and everyone would be happy with what takes place.
  5. The Options Are: 7 Game Season; 32 Team Playoff (this is what the TSSAA prefers for $$$ reasons) 8 Game Season; 16 Team Playoff 9 Game Season; 8 Team Playoff 10 Game Season; No Playoffs Re-Classification was tabled until a later date. They couldn't decide whether to just use the numbers from February or to use the jacked up numbers from this upcoming fall that will be insanely inaccurate. The argument made against using February's numbers was that it impacts "new schools" that are opening in the fall (i.e. Green Hill High School in Wilson County and the kids that it will take away from other schools in the county).
  6. The Options Are: 7 Game Season; 32 Team Playoff (this is what the TSSAA prefers for $$$ reasons) 8 Game Season; 16 Team Playoff 9 Game Season; 8 Team Playoff 10 Game Season; No Playoffs Re-Classification was tabled until a later date. They couldn't decide whether to just use the numbers from February or to use the jacked up numbers from this upcoming fall that will be insanely inaccurate. The argument made against using February's numbers was that it impacts "new schools" that are opening in the fall (i.e. Green Hill High School in Wilson County and the kids that it will take away from other schools in the county).
  7. The Options Are: 7 Game Season; 32 Team Playoff (this is what the TSSAA prefers for $$$ reasons) 8 Game Season; 16 Team Playoff 9 Game Season; 8 Team Playoff 10 Game Season; No Playoffs Re-Classification was tabled until a later date. They couldn't decide whether to just use the numbers from February or to use the jacked up numbers from this upcoming fall that will be insanely inaccurate. The argument made against using February's numbers was that it impacts "new schools" that are opening in the fall (i.e. Green Hill High School in Wilson County and the kids that it will take away from other schools in the county).
  8. The Options Are: 7 Game Season; 32 Team Playoff (this is what the TSSAA prefers for $$$ reasons) 8 Game Season; 16 Team Playoff 9 Game Season; 8 Team Playoff 10 Game Season; No Playoffs Re-Classification was tabled until a later date. They couldn't decide whether to just use the numbers from February or to use the jacked up numbers from this upcoming fall that will be insanely inaccurate. The argument made against using February's numbers was that it impacts "new schools" that are opening in the fall (i.e. Green Hill High School in Wilson County and the kids that it will take away from other schools in the county).
  9. There's slight contact in soccer as well and I don't see that being cancelled.
  10. Teams could practice throughout July and August in shorts and t-shirts and helmets. 7 vs 7 could be played for two months. 9/4: Preseason Week 1 9/11: Preseason Week 2 9/18: Week 1 9/25: Week 2 10/2: Week 3 10/9: Week 4 10/16: Week 5 10/23: Week 6 10/30: Week 7 11/6: Week 8 11/13: Week 9 11/20: Week 10 11/27: Week 11 (end the regular season the weekend of Thanksgiving) 12/4: First Round 12/11: Second Round 12/18: Quarterfinals 12/26: Semifinals (on a Saturday night) 12/31, 1/1, 1/2: State Championship Weekend
  11. Teams could practice throughout July and August in shorts and t-shirts and helmets. 7 vs 7 could be played for two months. 9/4: Preseason Week 1 9/11: Preseason Week 2 9/18: Week 1 9/25: Week 2 10/2: Week 3 10/9: Week 4 10/16: Week 5 10/23: Week 6 10/30: Week 7 11/6: Week 8 11/13: Week 9 11/20: Week 10 11/27: Week 11 (end the regular season the weekend of Thanksgiving) 12/4: First Round 12/11: Second Round 12/18: Quarterfinals 12/26: Semifinals (on a Saturday night) 12/31, 1/1, 1/2: State Championship Weekend
  12. Teams could practice throughout July and August in shorts and t-shirts and helmets. 7 vs 7 could be played for two months. 9/4: Preseason Week 1 9/11: Preseason Week 2 9/18: Week 1 9/25: Week 2 10/2: Week 3 10/9: Week 4 10/16: Week 5 10/23: Week 6 10/30: Week 7 11/6: Week 8 11/13: Week 9 11/20: Week 10 11/27: Week 11 (end the regular season the weekend of Thanksgiving) 12/4: First Round 12/11: Second Round 12/18: Quarterfinals 12/26: Semifinals (on a Saturday night) 12/31, 1/1, 1/2: State Championship Weekend
  13. Teams could practice throughout July and August in shorts and t-shirts and helmets. 7 vs 7 could be played for two months. 9/4: Preseason Week 1 9/11: Preseason Week 2 9/18: Week 1 9/25: Week 2 10/2: Week 3 10/9: Week 4 10/16: Week 5 10/23: Week 6 10/30: Week 7 11/6: Week 8 11/13: Week 9 11/20: Week 10 11/27: Week 11 (end the regular season the weekend of Thanksgiving) 12/4: First Round 12/11: Second Round 12/18: Quarterfinals 12/26: Semifinals (on a Saturday night) 12/31, 1/1, 1/2: State Championship Weekend
  14. Antioch: Ian Marshall Cane Ridge: Eddie Woods East Nashville: Jamal Stewart Glencliff: Mike Passen Hillsboro: Maurice Fitzgerald Hillwood: Tom Moore Hunters Lane: Preston Scott Overton: Cole Peeples Maplewood: Arcente Broome McGavock: Jay Gore Pearl-Cohn: Tony Brunetti Stratford: Thomas Porter Whites Creek: William Darnell
  15. Yes Donovan Stewart released the story about it yesterday.
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