by sugarcoat » Mon Apr 09, 2018 7:48 am
Reading the webpage IMG seems to be a very honest place. It is all about sports. Am I missing something? It is about sports. Other schools, public and especially Catholic should be so honest.
by Professor Fate » Thu Feb 15, 2018 2:47 pm
Simple, Mater Dei administrators should reflect on why the school was founded in the first place, and then ask themselves whether accepting a senior transfer from a public school, who only comes to Mater Dei because he wants a great coaching staff for four months, fits in with that reason for the school's founding.
Why does the CIF even care who a team plays in the preseason.
...effectively writing a amicus curiae that puts, what the CIF hopes, is pressure on high profile privates like IMG to become more compliant...
The CIF is cooking its own goose with each passing year.
MDDad wrote:I'm not sure why people continue to think of the CIF as some kind of independent legislature that makes it's own decisions and writes its own rules. It's not. It is the administrative and enforcement entity of the state's member high schools that it represents. All it's rules and decisions reflect the desires of those members.
sugarcoat wrote:Thank you but why single out Mater Dei? I’m not saying all Trinity League teams are guilty by association but... shouldn’t the Trinity League schools have some sort of High moral standard Ought not the Trinity League schools be schools not just teams that are looked up to because they rise above the rest? What they do have is money that allows them great freedom.
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