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Old 12-13-2008, 02:36 PM   #1
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96 team, 140 game request

I think this is a request that I put up before, that was filled, but somewhere along the line I lost it ().

I have a league with two sub-leagues - five divisions each
sub-league 1
# of teams in divisions: 8,8,10,10,10
sub-league 2
# of teams in divisions: 8,10,8,12,12

My goal is to have it set up sort of like college football - the first part of the season is non-division (approx. 25% - 35 games - maybe play at least one team from the other 9 divisions). The remainder of the season is just divisional games. Again, I made this request before and whomever filled it for me, if you still have it, whatever you did was great.

I know this is an odd request with the unequal divisions. Thanks to whomever helps.

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Old 12-13-2008, 05:34 PM   #2
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I have the old version. The divisions were in a different order but otherwise the same. That can be easily juggled in this case, which I think had been done originally. It was only 124 games, but another 16 games tacked onto the end would not be too tough.

Everything was in 4-game series. Division games were 8 or 12 per opponent, then I am pretty sure 1 team (or in some cases 2 teams) from every other division was played. It was not necessarily exclusively non-division then division games, but almost. Once division games began the non-division series were rare.
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Old 12-13-2008, 06:23 PM   #3
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I have the old version. The divisions were in a different order but otherwise the same. That can be easily juggled in this case, which I think had been done originally. It was only 124 games, but another 16 games tacked onto the end would not be too tough.

Everything was in 4-game series. Division games were 8 or 12 per opponent, then I am pretty sure 1 team (or in some cases 2 teams) from every other division was played. It was not necessarily exclusively non-division then division games, but almost. Once division games began the non-division series were rare.
That sounds about right. Thanks, gmo.
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Old 12-16-2008, 08:37 PM   #4
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#
# 96 team schedule, 140 games
# Designed for the following configuration:
# 2 leagues, each with 5 divisions with
# 8, 8, 10, 10, and 10 teams in first subleague
# 8, 10, 8, 12, and 12 teams in second subleague
#
# Adjustments can be made to fit to different divisional configurations
#
#
# Distribution of games:
#
# 8-team divisions
# *12-16 games against other 7 teams of division (4-8H/4-8A)
#
# 10-team divisions and 12-team divisions
# *8-12 games against other 9 teams of division (4-8H/4-8A)
#
# Every team plays at least 4 games against a team from every other division
#
# All games in 4-games series
#
# Almost all but not exclusively interdivision and interleague games early
# in season with division games the rest of the season
#
# Homestands/roadtrips may extend as long as 24 games
# No team plays more than 16 straight days without an offday
#
# All game times set at 7:05pm
#
# Season starts beginning of April
# Season thus ends beginning of September
#
# No All-Star Game is set
# However a league-wide offday is in place at day number 133
#
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Old 12-16-2008, 08:51 PM   #5
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#
# 96 team schedule, 140 games
# Designed for the following configuration:
# 2 leagues, each with 5 divisions with
# 8, 8, 10, 10, and 10 teams in first subleague
# 8, 10, 8, 12, and 12 teams in second subleague
#
# Adjustments can be made to fit to different divisional configurations
#
#
# Distribution of games:
#
# 8-team divisions
# *12-16 games against other 7 teams of division (4-8H/4-8A)
#
# 10-team divisions and 12-team divisions
# *8-12 games against other 9 teams of division (4-8H/4-8A)
#
# Every team plays at least 4 games against a team from every other division
#
# All games in 4-games series
#
# Almost all but not exclusively interdivision and interleague games early
# in season with division games the rest of the season
#
# Homestands/roadtrips may extend as long as 24 games
# No team plays more than 16 straight days without an offday
#
# All game times set at 7:05pm
#
# Season starts beginning of April
# Season thus ends beginning of September
#
# No All-Star Game is set
# However a league-wide offday is in place at day number 133
#
Awesome!!

Thank you very much, gmo!
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