Coaches plan vocal protest against LHSAA split
BATON ROUGE- Coaches of private school football teams are discussing ways to fight a mandate that splits the playoff bracket.
The Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) decided private and public schools would play separate playoff games.
Tuesday, coaches against the plan met to talk about blocking it.
Among the possibilities: a lawsuit to stop the split, having lawmakers draft a law against it, or ask the governor to get involved.
Coaches have promised they won't let their disappointment go unheard.
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