2019 UIL Playoff Scenarios

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Re: 2019 UIL Playoff Scenarios

Postby Superjrj » Wed Nov 06, 2019 2:26 pm

From what I understand saint Jo is healthy. Which players from Perrin are the injuries to and the suspension to
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Re: 2019 UIL Playoff Scenarios

Postby granger » Wed Nov 06, 2019 2:57 pm

because some districts only have 3 teams...
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Re: 2019 UIL Playoff Scenarios

Postby GoBucks » Wed Nov 06, 2019 3:03 pm

granger wrote:because some districts only have 3 teams...


In your crystal ball Granger - do you think there will be more 4-5 team districts when we get the realignment?
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Re: 2019 UIL Playoff Scenarios

Postby granger » Wed Nov 06, 2019 3:42 pm

There will be 2 divisions, each with 16 districts. Each district will have a minimum of 4 teams. That places 128 teams in there. Now if we assume about 150 teams, then 22 teams need to be placed.

The unfortunate situation is the fact that the UIL does not consider that a team may elect to be in a district but then not have enough students to play. It seems that these always end up as 4-team districts to begin with that shrivel to 3-teamers. I can guarantee this will happen. It always does. Just like death, taxes and coaches getting fat in season....
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Re: 2019 UIL Playoff Scenarios

Postby TebowTime15 » Wed Nov 06, 2019 6:59 pm

3rdandaninch wrote:Why doesn't 1A just do 4 teams like 2-6A?


They sort of do because the districts are not segregated between DI and DII in the 11-man classifications. I think it's easier to explain in an example rather than trying to describe it. To do this, I am going to use 1A District 14 DI and 1A District 16 DII:

District 14 D1:
May
Gorman
Santa Anna
Lingeville

District 16 D11:
Richland Springs
Rochelle
Cherokee
Panther Creek
Lohn

In this scenario, two DII teams make the playoffs and two DI teams make the playoffs. In 11-man, they do not separate the districts, so let's just say this is one district with these 9 teams:

District:
May (90)
Gorman (83)
Lingeville (69)
Santa Anna (64)
Panther Creek (54)
Richland Springs (46)
Cherokee (42)
Rochelle (40)
Lohn (28)

*Source for Enrollment of Each School: https://www.uiltexas.org/files/alignmen ... 018-20.pdf

Four of those teams make the playoffs with the two with the biggest student body going into the DI and the smaller two going into DII. Just to illustrate:

Lingeville would be DI if they made the playoffs unless both May and Gorman made the playoffs during the same year. If both May and Gorman made the playoffs during the same year, Lingeville would be in DII.

Cherokee would be in DII if they made the playoffs unless both Lohn and Rochelle (McCulloch County Pride) made the playoffs during the same year. If both Lohn and Rochelle made the playoffs during the same year, Cherokee would be in DI.

Therefore, it is pretty darn close to the same thing minus the districts being segregated in sixman versus not segregated in 11-man.
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Re: 2019 UIL Playoff Scenarios

Postby granger » Wed Nov 06, 2019 7:02 pm

Let's stick to the playoffs this year here...

Veribest and Eden have had to forfeit games this week.

https://www.gosanangelo.com/story/sports/high-school/2019/11/06/veribest-eden-forfeits-jumble-district-football-standings-2019/2513011001/
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Re: 2019 UIL Playoff Scenarios

Postby twspillman » Wed Nov 06, 2019 7:06 pm

TebowTime15 wrote:They sort of do because the districts are not segregated between DI and DII in the 11-man classifications.


While this is correct for 6A, 2A through 5A are segregated into D1 and D2, with four schools advancing to the playoffs from each district.
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Re: 2019 UIL Playoff Scenarios

Postby Edward Golden » Wed Nov 06, 2019 7:27 pm

Keep the divisions separate. Combine from 16 to 8 districts in each division. Then take 4 from each district to the playoffs like track. At the semi-final level have the two East teams (Div. I and Div. II)play and the same thing out West. Then have those winners meet for ONE TRUE state champ. Hell who knows game might even go the distance.
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