- Dec 14, 2009
I thought most of the usasf comps were owned by varsity and you won't get a bunch of teams going to these smaller competitionsY'all realize there's still like 70+ other USASF EP's and umpteen non-sanctioned EP's. Nfinity, Rebel, GK, etc are still huge non-EP companies also not owned by Varsity.
Think about what happened when Standard Oil monopolized the oil industry. Or what Comcast is doing now.Im not going to lie, Im not seeing the bigger picture here, or seeing how this will affect people.
No sarcasm here, actually curious lol I am on Fierceboard a lot and follow competitions etc but I have been out of the all-star world too long to know the nitty gritty of what this all means.
I'll say this, We don't have any Jammy events on our schedule. This doesn't effect us...yet. I'll be interested to see what happens in the future though.
Seems like there is always a seedy underside to seemingly good news. Like with the uniform rules. LBH, the only reason that mesh counts as part of a full top is because it makes money. SMH.I suspected this when Jam and Varsity created that universal score sheet. Make the routines score well for both EPs so when Varsity buys Jam, there won't be a massive uproar by gym owners/coaches and there will be a smoother transition.