tigerguy
These predictions take into account week 9.

NW

(1) Antigo vs. Marshfield
(2) La Crosse Logan vs. Menominee
(3) River Falls vs. Tomah
(4) La Crosse Central vs. Merrill

SW

(1) Waunakee vs. Monona Grove
(2) Milton vs. Badger
(3) Verona vs. Oregon
(4) DeForest vs. Elk Horn

SE

(1) Waterford vs. Franklin
(2) Brookfield Central vs. Whitnall
(3) Milwaukee Madison vs. Hamilton
(4) Milwaukee Custer vs. Cedarburg

NE

(1) Kimberly vs. De Pere
(2) Ashwaubenon vs. Kaukauna
(3) West Bend West vs. Oshkosh North
(4) West Bend East vs. Green Bay Southwest
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longball12
whitnallsb wrote:


Why does Milw. Madison and Custer get a higher seed than Whitnall (unseeded in your predictions at this point)?


Conference losses. Milw Madison will finish 3-2, Whitnall 5-3. Custer will be 3-2 as well. Highest conference finish would be the first tiebreaker relevant in this case. Custer and MAdison will both finish 2nd. Whitnall will finish like 4th or so. That's why.
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sportsmania_old
Not to be disrespectful, but ranking any Milwaukee school ahead of Cedarburg is a joke. I know you are not predicting results. Hopefully, you realize in making these predictions that if Custer does indeed play Cedarburg, they will lose by a minimum of 5 touchdowns. There would have to be something seriously wrong with a system that would rank a 35 point underdog ahead of the favorite.?
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tigerguy
sportsmania wrote:


Not to be disrespectful, but ranking any Milwaukee school ahead of Cedarburg is a joke. I know you are not predicting results. Hopefully, you realize in making these predictions that if Custer does indeed play Cedarburg, they will lose by a minimum of 5 touchdowns. There would have to be something seriously wrong with a system that would rank a 35 point underdog ahead of the favorite.


I'm sorry, but you obviously do not have the understanding of how teams are seeded for the playoffs. It's all dependet on how you place within your conference. Conference champs always get the highest seeds followed by teams that finish in 2nd by themself and then teams that are in a 2-way tie for second and so on. Head to head matchups during the regular season can play a part before that, but that rarely happens unless two teams from the same conference are fighting for the same seed. The are never seeded by who is perceived to be the better team. Doing it this way may not always give the best matchups, but it takes a human voting element out of it so you don't end up with completely idiotic system such as the BCS.
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