District Standings & Playoff Picture

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Re: District Standings & Playoff Picture

Postby thejumper5 » Mon Nov 07, 2016 11:11 am

I had some time on my hands this morning, so I put together the bracket below. Imagining that TAPPS had kept D2 as one playoff, and imagining that they used the wild card points system that they've used in the past, this is an estimated bracket. It's south-heavy, so the geography of some of the games is weird (and probably different than what others would have picked). I totally get why TAPPS wanted 2 brackets out of these teams, but I think this would be a very fun, very competitive bracket.

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Re: District Standings & Playoff Picture

Postby WFfootballfan » Mon Nov 07, 2016 5:29 pm

Interesting scenario. I think this version may tip the bracket in the North's favor with the addition of Waco Live Oak and San Marcos to go along with NCTA and Notre Dame. Very competitive indeed.
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Re: District Standings & Playoff Picture

Postby THEQB » Mon Nov 07, 2016 5:48 pm

WFfootballfan wrote:Interesting scenario. I think this version may tip the bracket in the North's favor with the addition of Waco Live Oak and San Marcos to go along with NCTA and Notre Dame. Very competitive indeed.


That's some funny stuff right there...
Huntsville
Baytown
Conroe
Freddy
New Braunfels

Waco live oak
Smhc
And an offensive only Granbury team could not compete.
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Re: District Standings & Playoff Picture

Postby NDknight04 » Mon Nov 07, 2016 6:57 pm

All that matters is the last team standing. I think that's Waco Live Oak in this scenario. Just my opinion.
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