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Discussion: TOC Florida

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Dec. 18
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TOC Florida
If a team has qualified as a 65 AAA and later qualifies as a 65 Major. Are they required to play in the higher bracket ?
Dec. 18
SSUSA Staff

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TOC Florida
Generally, if a team qualifies for the TOC in two separate divisions of play during a season, their bid to the TOC will be in the higher of the two rating levels ... If you believe there is a valid reason this should not be the case, please call the SSUSA office and make an inquiry regarding your specific team and circumstances, but that's the general rule ...
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