EIAC Football Split

October 11, 2013
By

Yesterday I explained the reason for the EIAC split in the football portion of the conference.  To me, when you have a 9-game regular season, it is not that difficult to schedule the other 7 schools and have a single conference champion.  Theoretically, someone could win a single game in their portion of the conference and still be crowned conference champion.  The conference championship is based on your record against your division foes, not the games played against the other half of the conference.  For example, the 3A schools could all beat one opponent in their section thus making each one 1 for 2 and all of them would be c0-champs.  I know you say this is impossible, but you have to remember that some schools play all the conference schools and some will only play part of them.  Therefore, you don’t have the normal “wins must equal losses” like you do if you have just a single conference format.  This year the 3A schools (going into tonight’s schedule) will have better overall records than the 4A schools, and yet someone in 4A will be named conference champ for that division.  To borrow a phrase from a local TV personality, “doesn’t this stink?”

Listen Live

Upcoming Events

Jul
29
Tue
10:00 am Family History Workshop Hosted B... @ Sunman Park
Family History Workshop Hosted B... @ Sunman Park
Jul 29 @ 10:00 am
Two presenters will give tips on how to search for your Family History. Bring your lap top if you have one.There is no charge for the workshop, but a donation will be taken for park expenses.Any questions please feel free to contact Janice Hosmer 812-654-2180
10:45 am Adult Basic Education (for the H...
Adult Basic Education (for the H...
Jul 29 @ 10:45 am – 11:45 am
Brookville: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9am-2pm at the Government Center Room 102 and 5pm-9pm Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Education Education Center (Above Dr. Bentz Dental Office across from Mainsource Bank)   Laurel Library: Mondays and Wednesdays 11am – 2pm   Call or text for details 765-309-2001
Jul
31
Thu
all-day 66th Annual Reunion! The Pioneer...
66th Annual Reunion! The Pioneer...
Jul 31 all-day
Thurs – Sun July 31st – Aug 3rd. Caldweell Pioneer Acres, Located 3 mi. south of Rushville, IN just off hwy 4. $10 for all four days or $5 for one day! Children under 12 are free! Daily activities include: Parade Entertainment Sawmilling Field Events Threshing Corn Shelling Calliope Metal Spinning Expect 25 + Large Steam Engines, 300 + Tractors, Large Variety of Gas Engines, 100 + Flea Market Vendors, and plenty of good food available! Church services 4PM Saturday and 9AM Sunday! Featuring Gaar-Scott Steam Engines Camping Info: B.J. Bischoff 513-266-2128 Reunion Info: www.pioneerengineers.com Brian Vaughn 812-346-7640 Tracy Porter 765-969-3927

View Calendar