Notre Dame athletic director and football coach Lewis Cook presented a proposal of how LHSAA schools could be divided instead of using the select/non-select structure currently in place. Cook’s plan calls for schools to be divided based on enrollment figures and if they are considered metro or rural. Schools that are with 9 1/2 miles from a heavily populated metro area are classified i the metro league and those who fall outside of that mark would be in the rural league. Cook’s plan has 3 versions. See each one below.
“If Things are Equal or In Doubt, The Right Thing Should Be Done.”
Claude A. Swanson, a Senator in the early 1900’s, gave advice to incoming politicians, it was simple; “when in doubt, do the right thing.” Swansons rule means that when in doubt between the success of doing the wrong thing (such as self interest) and doing the right thing for constituents, if things are equal or […]