Scheduling proposal could eliminate prep football conferences

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A proposal to make scheduling easier could mean the end of conference play for high school football in Minnesota.

The Minnesota State High School League proposal would eliminate every conference in the state in 2015 and replace them with groups of up to 16 schools.

The Pioneer Press has the details.

The large groups of schools would be created based on enrollment and geographic location.

MSHSL officials have been working on a plan to help end scheduling problems for every school in the state.

An attempt to maintain current rivalries would be made.

According to the Star Tribune, a vote on the proposal could come early next year.

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