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1 hour ago, BarneySox2007 said:

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Does the TSSAA not "own" the playoffs. They promote the NFHS Network like crazy and then they let the host school decide. In another state that I am familiar with, if it is student run, they waive the fee.

"The NFHS Network owns the video rights to all OSSAA Playoff contests regardless of sport. Anyone interested in live streaming video from an OSSAA Football Playoff game must fill out the form found on the Football Page of the OSSAA website and send the form to OSSAA Media Director Van Shea Iven, [email protected] , for approval. The $200 fee will be waived for all student-based school broadcasts." 

Source: http://www.ossaa.net/docs/2019-20/Football/FB_2019-20_PlayoffInformation.pdf

 

From TSSAA:

Video / Videostream / Radio / Press - The game director shall make necessary arrangements for press and radio.

  1. Any media entity, or school wishing to videostream or tape delay broadcast any football playoff games must submit their request to the TSSAA in writing. The request must be submitted at least three days prior to the event in question. This includes state championship events.
    1. If such permission is granted for a live videostream for the football playoffs, a fee of $750 will be paid to the game director and shall be included as part of the gate receipts.
    2. If such permission is granted for a 24-hour tape delay telecast for the football playoffs, a fee of $250 will be paid to the game director and shall be included as part of the gate receipts.

Source: https://tssaa.org/football-play-off-game-director-and-participating-team-instructions 

 

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3 hours ago, DBGRAD70 said:

One never stomps the Indian head emblazoned on the field. It has been known to turn even matchups into routs. So, it could turn this probable rout into a more even game. :popcorneater:

MARYVILLE doesn’t act like that

 

5 hours ago, DBGRAD70 said:

It drew you out didn't it?  he he.

On the ouside chance that the Indians feel their "Indian" has been stepped on, go tribe.

Are you gonna be at the game?

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2 minutes ago, GREYRIDERx said:

MARYVILLE doesn’t act like that

 

Are you gonna be at the game?

It's a long drive from Oak Ridge.

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1 hour ago, 32hammer said:

If I were going forced to pick a score for this game, I would say Maryville 42-7.

I'd say that sounds about like a vast majority of the Maryville scores in games they are a favorite to win.Its not because they couldn't win some of them by probably a 100, it's because Maryville is a class program .At this point of the playoffs,every team is dangerous and especially if the weather is crap like their calling for friday. Nobody is going to overlook another team and that most definitely includes this Maryville staff . This is the best overall staff DB has had in my years of watching them and that's not saying there hasn't been some fine coaches like Watson,Holt and a few more,but this is a very good group of coaches.Nobody has the overall coaching staff and players that Maryville has in East Tennessee but if DB can get similar talent that they have had over the years going forward,I like their chances of becoming much more like this great Maryville program on a yearly basis.Big goals but as at my old school in Greeneville,it can be done in NET, at least on a scale that is very nice and brings pride back to the whole area.Elizabethton is already knocking on the same door,so maybe the Tribe can get there as well .

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1 hour ago, Solomon said:

Still perplexed. Thought any school had to let NFHS crew broadcast a game if requested in the playoffs.

I would bet that no one has requested it. 

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55 minutes ago, BatmanDB said:

I'd say that sounds about like a vast majority of the Maryville scores in games they are a favorite to win.Its not because they couldn't win some of them by probably a 100, it's because Maryville is a class program .At this point of the playoffs,every team is dangerous and especially if the weather is crap like their calling for friday. Nobody is going to overlook another team and that most definitely includes this Maryville staff . This is the best overall staff DB has had in my years of watching them and that's not saying there hasn't been some fine coaches like Watson,Holt and a few more,but this is a very good group of coaches.Nobody has the overall coaching staff and players that Maryville has in East Tennessee but if DB can get similar talent that they have had over the years going forward,I like their chances of becoming much more like this great Maryville program on a yearly basis.Big goals but as at my old school in Greeneville,it can be done in NET, at least on a scale that is very nice and brings pride back to the whole area.Elizabethton is already knocking on the same door,so maybe the Tribe can get there as well .

You are 100% correct Batman. Before the season started many including myself were saying this was going to be a 2 - 8 team. We weren't seeing what was going on during the off season and spring. The hard work by the staff and players turned that 2 - 8 team into a 10 - 2 team. I think with the good returning class and another year under this really good staff next year will be even better. Two things need to happen in the future to get to Maryville's level. Get better coaching in the little leagues, and get those "athletes" walking the halls interested in football.

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20 minutes ago, WaCoJaCo said:

...... and get those "athletes" walking the halls interested in football.

If you ever figure out how to do this let us know.    Boone has some amazing athletes who will not play football because they are going to play (baseball, basketball, track, etc.) in college.       Probably the bigger the school the more guys roaming the halls who could be playing.      I have given up over the years on Boone, we will just have to be satisfied with the guys who want to play football and do the best with what we have.

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46 minutes ago, OleMary said:

I would bet that no one has requested it. 

With this forecast I hope they do because I ain't driving 2 hours to sit in the rain. I do rain at home, not greater than 100 miles.

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