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Discussion: Team & Player Ratings
|Nov. 10, 2009|
|Team & Player Ratings|
I hear some teams have been reclassfyied, based on their winning percentage durning this past season.
It's my understanding that only five players will be allow to play on the teams that were allowed to be moved down to the lowered division! Which means, that the other 8 -10 guys will be left out in the cold to find other teams to play for. My question for SSUSA and the panel is, does that mean that the other 8 - 10 guys will still be rated as upper division players? Or can the 8 - 10 start their own team and be place in the lower disvision? or If five or more decide to play together on a lower division team will that team be moved up to a higher division because these guys are rated higher?
Please don't beat me up for asking?
|Nov. 10, 2009|
|Rightrj - Call the Sacramento office at (916) 326.5303 and ask for George. You have some of the issues, but not all. He can get you accurate information as you plan for the 2010 SSUSA Season.|
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