Heard enough about the OHSAA’s competitve Balance Proposal yet? Didn’t think so. Here’s more. CBP Committee member Jeff Hobbs swings by to talk institutional politics, the Midwest Athletic Conference, how to fix
Division I, what isn’t wrong with D-VI, separate
tournaments for public and non-public schools and much much more. Plus we talk Alumni Football?
More Competitive Balance talk from an insider and Alumni Football – you want to play? Full Contact?
Listen up, people!…
Host Alex Sator takes last week’s MVP podcast and
cranks it up about 100 levels by bringing both the expected and the
unexpected to the table for your consideration.
Consider this: We’ll lead off with Jeff Hobbs, a former high school and college basketball coach and currently the principal at Fort Recovery High School.
We’ll get his opinions on our host’s education, the upcoming OHSAA
referendum on competitive balance and it’s chances of passing,
institutional politics, the Midwest Athletic Conference, how to fix
Division I in football, what isn’t wrong with D-VI, separate
tournaments for public and non-public schools and much much more.
Hobbs is a veteran of The Podcast and he also served on the OHSAA advisory committee.
Another Podcast survivor, JJ Huddle.com and Miami Valley Sports
Magazine’s Tim Langevin is on hand to aid in Hobb’s interrogation.
You’ve come to expect great coverage like this from JJ Huddle.com,
the MVP podcast, and Miami Valley Sports Magazine and we have delivered
In conjunction with what will soon be an award-winning series by JJ
Huddle’s Managing Editor Eric Frantz on the OHSAA competitive balance
referendum the boys at The Podcast has provided you with pretty much
everything there is to know on the subject.
It was our pleasure.
You’ve also come to expect more stuff than this in your weekly
podcast and we’ve decided that we will give you what you want–we’re
easy like that.
So, we’ll bring you the unexpected with Bob Cazet and Beau Ingram of Alumni Football USA to
tell you of what we consider to be a pretty amazing opportunity for old
guys who might still have one shot left deep down inside…
Imagine if you will a charity alumni football game under the lights
on a Friday night in, say, Paul Brown Stadium between, oh, how about
Canton McKInley and Massillon?
How about a seriously cut throat alumni football game between
members of the Green Beret in Colorado at MIle High Stadium–which is
perilously close to where they live and train?
Although these two examples are still in negotiation 400 other games
such as these have been scheduled already for this summer and many are
going to be played right here in the Buckeye state.
They supply the uniforms, the equipment, the officials, the lights,
and the field and you supply the man power–and you get the
fifty-fifty, concessions and half of the gate as well.
Find out more about alumni football and how you could have a part in
such an event, as well as learn everything there is left to know about
competitive balance this week in another comprehensive MVP podcast.
It’s all because you are da man.
Listen up, folks!
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