Anyone know how the high school football system works in Louisiana? (1 Viewer)

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I heard 32 teams go to compete for a spot in the dome. I'm wondering how do they do it? There are a lot of districts in each division? I'm also wondering how home field is decided.

Also, if three division teams finish with the same same record (only one loss each) where team A beats team B, team B beats team C, and team C beats team A (same way the Saints missed the playoffs a few years back), what's the tie breaker?
 

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First you have to recruit the best football players in the state to your private/parochial school..............for academic purposes only.........of course.

Then, you have to give them PE & Study Hall for the last two periods of the day so they can lift weights and practice. During the summer you post weight lifting schedules for all the players and of course, attendance is voluntary.

That's how you start.
 

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First you have to recruit the best football players in the state to your private/parochial school..............for academic purposes only.........of course.

Then, you have to give them PE & Study Hall for the last two periods of the day so they can lift weights and practice. During the summer you post weight lifting schedules for all the players and of course, attendance is voluntary.

That's how you start.
Being a high school football player myself thats pretty much how it works its sad....catholic schools recruit all the time
 

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