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I believe this needs to be reiterated since some of you failed to read the OP :)

From the CIF press release:

This return to the original format began with the CIF Football Advisory Committee at their April 2014 meeting and was also unanimously supported by the 10 CIF Section Commissioners at their summer 2014 meeting along with the CIF Executive Committee.

“Following two years of the expanded Open Division Football Regional Bowl Championships, the votes by both the football coaches’ advisory committee and the 10 Section Commissioners indicated the strong desire to return the Open Division Football Bowl Game to its original format,” stated Roger L. Blake, CIF Executive Director. “As with all State Championship events, each year there is always a thorough review by various committees. Modifications are forwarded when there is a majority that believes the changes will better serve our membership and their students.”

Note the unanimous votes by the 10 section commissioners, the CIF Executive Committee and the advisory committee. Note there is no mention of parental or fan input.

I was hoping one of you uneducated SoCal trolls would have at least done the required reading and come up with the answer yourselves, instead of having your teacher point it out to you. :)

Right @Rippers?

7 hours ago, Rippers said:

Seriously, what has Folsom ever done and who have they ever beaten to have the SoCal CIF worry that their elite teams would even risk breaking a sweat versus them?

7-0 :)

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2 hours ago, frankyjames said:

 

I believe this needs to be reiterated since some of you failed to read the OP :)

From the CIF press release:

This return to the original format began with the CIF Football Advisory Committee at their April 2014 meeting

 

Only relevant sentence in the whole article 

an advisory committee headed by Folsom section Commissioner Pete Saco

He motioned the “Folsom Rule” on behalf of the whimpering bulldogs 

without Saco motion on the advisory committee it never reaches any other sections Commissioner for vote

it starts and ends with Folsom 

you’ll never change that little dude 

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27 minutes ago, Ararar said:

Only relevant sentence in the whole article 

an advisory committee headed by Folsom section Commissioner Pete Saco

He motioned the “Folsom Rule” on behalf of the whimpering bulldogs 

without Saco motion on the advisory committee it never reaches any other sections Commissioner for vote

it starts and ends with Folsom 

you’ll never change that little dude 

Little boy,

Again- reading is imperative. I know this is a tough concept for you SoCal guys :)

This quote is directly from CIF Executive Director Roger Blake, a SoCal guy himself-  “Following two years of the expanded Open Division Football Regional Bowl Championships, the votes by both the football coaches’ advisory committee and the 10 Section Commissioners indicated the strong desire to return the Open Division Football Bowl Game to its original format,” stated Roger L. Blake, CIF Executive Director. “As with all State Championship events, each year there is always a thorough review by various committees. Modifications are forwarded when there is a majority that believes the changes will better serve our membership and their students.”

Roger Blake is a SoCal guy. :) See below :) We now come to find out that this rule was SoCal driven and the "Lincoln Newspaper moms theory" was just smoke and mirrors for SoCal troll banter. 

Winning! :)

"Blake probably is known most to Inland residents for the 23 years he spent as a coach and administrator in the Lake Elsinore Unified School District. Blake was the boys basketball coach at Elsinore High School for 17 years (1978-94) and the school’s athletic director for 11 years (1984-94). Blake then served as the LEUSD’s director of district athletics from 1994 to 2001. He also was a teacher and coach at Cajon High School in San Bernardino from 1977 to 1978."

 

 

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13 hours ago, THEOC89 said:

Well... Since The Real #1 Public Cen10 didn’t have their parents and Fans Writing letters, Leaving Voice Mails and Threatening Lawsuits against the section because it was “Unfair” that Cen10 had to beat the best teams in their region to play in a SBG.... So why  would they Vote any other way???....

Cen10 Moved into the Toughest Playoff Bracket in the Country (PAC 5) and won it in Back to Back Years over the Power Private Schools....

I am figuring the so cal commissioners were tired of Sacco’s whining and said “Fine, if you guys in Nor Cal Need Folsom to Avoid DLS so be it.... Our Best teams play each other anyway so who cares”.....

So there you have it... The Explanation for why So Cal Commissioners Voted Unanimously for the Folsom Rule.... They were tired of the SJS commissioner crying about Soft And Scared Folsom having to play DLS to go to a SBG...

This is why we have “The Folsom Rule”....🤣🤣🤣
 

Sounds about as accurate as it can be.

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2 hours ago, AztecPadre said:

Sounds about as accurate as it can be.

I agree on the accuracy part. :)

This quote is directly from CIF Executive Director Roger Blake, a SoCal guy himself-  “Following two years of the expanded Open Division Football Regional Bowl Championships, the votes by both the football coaches’ advisory committee and the 10 Section Commissioners indicated the strong desire to return the Open Division Football Bowl Game to its original format,” stated Roger L. Blake, CIF Executive Director. “As with all State Championship events, each year there is always a thorough review by various committees. Modifications are forwarded when there is a majority that believes the changes will better serve our membership and their students.”

Roger Blake is a SoCal guy.  See below  We now come to find out that this rule was SoCal driven and the "Lincoln Newspaper moms theory" was just smoke and mirrors for SoCal troll banter. 

"Blake probably is known most to Inland residents for the 23 years he spent as a coach and administrator in the Lake Elsinore Unified School District. Blake was the boys basketball coach at Elsinore High School for 17 years (1978-94) and the school’s athletic director for 11 years (1984-94). Blake then served as the LEUSD’s director of district athletics from 1994 to 2001. He also was a teacher and coach at Cajon High School in San Bernardino from 1977 to 1978."

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9 hours ago, frankyjames said:

I agree on the accuracy part. :)

This quote is directly from CIF Executive Director Roger Blake, a SoCal guy himself-  “Following two years of the expanded Open Division Football Regional Bowl Championships, the votes by both the football coaches’ advisory committee and the 10 Section Commissioners indicated the strong desire to return the Open Division Football Bowl Game to its original format,” stated Roger L. Blake, CIF Executive Director. “As with all State Championship events, each year there is always a thorough review by various committees. Modifications are forwarded when there is a majority that believes the changes will better serve our membership and their students.”

Roger Blake is a SoCal guy.  See below  We now come to find out that this rule was SoCal driven and the "Lincoln Newspaper moms theory" was just smoke and mirrors for SoCal troll banter. 

"Blake probably is known most to Inland residents for the 23 years he spent as a coach and administrator in the Lake Elsinore Unified School District. Blake was the boys basketball coach at Elsinore High School for 17 years (1978-94) and the school’s athletic director for 11 years (1984-94). Blake then served as the LEUSD’s director of district athletics from 1994 to 2001. He also was a teacher and coach at Cajon High School in San Bernardino from 1977 to 1978."

Irrelevant 

Blake wasn’t on the advisory committee 

where the statement you posted said the rule change started

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8 hours ago, Ararar said:

Irrelevant 

Blake wasn’t on the advisory committee 

where the statement you posted said the rule change started

You are right.

He was CIF Executive Director :)

And a SoCal guy :)

#TheSoCalRule

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