Does Six-Man Need Richland Springs to win its 9th Title?

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Re: Does Six-Man Need Richland Springs to win its 9th Title?

Postby 6man>anything else » Tue Nov 21, 2017 7:48 am

RogueEconomist wrote:UIL needs to get serious about enforcing recruiting rules. When students see schools cheating or badly twisting the rules it sets a really bad example that will carry the rest of their lives. Ether make recruiting legal or hammer those schools that violate the rules. Those that cheat and twist the rules should not be admired and celebrated, the kids are watching and it far past time to clean up things because it is hurting the kids.


What does this have to do with anything?
If a team wins a State Championship they MUST have cheated?

I’m confused.
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Re: Does Six-Man Need Richland Springs to win its 9th Title?

Postby True Shot » Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:03 am

Six man football doesn't need for Richland Springs to win their 9th championship for six-man to survive or get more attention. The ninth championship won't mean any more to Richland's kids than the first one would for Balmorhhea. Kids at Richland need to live for the moment for this year's championship and not look at the past. It's great that their school has done so well, but it will not define what six-man has brought to so many small schools. If they win it all this year, fantastic. If someone else wins that division, fantastic as well!
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