IHSAA Commissioner Shows True Colors
Richie Farmer

Lake Zurich, IL

#1 Apr 28, 2012
Incredible comment from IHSAA Commissioner Bobby Cox from a few days ago, at a Town Hall meeting in Seymour:
When will the debate end? Cox is counting on time to prevail. "I think as the generation of individuals who spoke this evening pass, and the generation playing now becomes the adults, the legacies and stories will fade into history, he said. "And there will be a day when everybody has only played in the multi-class tournaments."
Mr. Transparency is surely just that... not hard to tell where his allegiances lie. He's no better than Bob Gardner, the rotund Bake Ress, and Phil Gardner (the former Wes Del and Cowan principal who brown-nosed his way into an assistant commissioner's position. Doing what's best for kids, they say. B.S. Bunch of soft, liberal, good-for nothings. Be ready to answer for this at a future town hall meeting...if you're man enough. More to come soon on the underhanded Phil Gardner, and Ben Davis A.D. Pris "sell my soul to get an assitant commish's position" Dillow.

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