Posted by Truth on December 14, 2016 at 20:01:00:
In Reply to: Re: Who could they take for the open this season. Very few worthy posted by Wrong on December 14, 2016 at 13:57:55:
: : : : : : : You can be in the top open 16 and if you lose early in the playoffs, you'll get dropped
: : : : : : : down to a lower division for state playoffs
: : : : : : Do you think they would consider a team from 1A or 2AA if they were say 20-1 or 18-2 undefeated in league, averaged 60+ points per game with a win differential of +25 points
: : : : : That's certainly a team I can see in the Open Division. Already finished 2nd in the Palisades Tourney.
: : : : Looking at the CIF rankings posted on Monday the only teams from outside of Division 1AA that I would consider would be Fairmont Prep which is a no-brainer and Valley View. Orangewood might sneak into the discussion if they pull off a win against one of the teams they have for a non-league game plus if they can upset Fairmont Prep in league. It is truly sad that CIF had to put of the best teams and put them in Division 1AA. It makes all of the other divisions seem so bland. All of the teams look the same and with that most of the teams below Division 1AA look like JV teams. Just bad basketball all around. Then what is even sadder is when the state playoffs start none of the Southern Section teams below Division 2 will win a State Championship let alone compete for one. Oh well...
: : : All the teams in the lower divisions look the same. That was the point you idiot. All divisions should be pretty comparable in makeup. There is nothing wrong with that. JV teams? Seriously. That's one of the truly dumb statements of the year.
: : There's no other teams that can compete with 1AA top 16 teams.
: : Another numbnuts statement, the are teams in the 1AA top 16 that lost to teams outside of 1AA. Do some research before you drop a post like that. smh
The Top 16 aren't the SCIBCA Top 16 cause all those voters don't know who they are! The final 16 of 1AA will be the best 16 in CIF
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