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Subject: Re: Random Thoughts: Tattoos and Geography


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Date Posted: 14:52:45 08/31/17 Thu
In reply to: An Observer 's message, "Random Thoughts: Tattoos and Geography" on 13:22:13 08/31/17 Thu

Could be Eastern and western divisions with the Hudson River as the dividing line. Or better yet you don't need to have two divisions at all. Just have the 1st and 2nd place teams play each other in the championship. It's usually a tie anyway. Home field advantage goes to the school with the best conference record. 2nd tiebreaker for home field advantage would be head-to -head. So last year Princeton would have hosted Penn. That game probably would have drawn over 20k. I like that better than having two divisions. Imagine two Yale-Harvard games in a row. That would be great for league attendance and national exposure.

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Date Posted: 15:10:34 08/31/17 Thu

I would also start the season two weeks earlier and then have a BYE week before the championsip game.

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