CIF Bowl Games: What’s Next?

Cheerleaders from the CIF Central Section's Washington of Easton hug after team won 2011 CIF Division III bowl game. There are many in that section that want to see their teams in the future considered for the north instead of the south.

Cheerleaders from the CIF Central Section’s Washington of Easton hug after team won 2011 CIF Division III bowl game. There are many in that section that want to see their teams in the future considered for the north instead of the south.

We answer some of the most burning questions here, such as whether we like or don’t like the idea of every section champion guaranteed a bowl game and if the CIF Central Section should be in the north. Maybe just adding a division is all that’s needed.

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