Pretty sure this will affect the "University of Luers" and their obvious tradition. They should definitely be bumped up to 3A. I guess as a football coach I would want to earn a state title that actually means something rather than beat up lesser opponents once the playoffs begin. During some seasons Luers takes their lumps playing in the SAC and once the playoffs begin it's "coast time" and they cruise to a 2A state title. As far as 6 classes for a state the size of Indiana, it doesn't seem out of line to me. Illinois has had 8 classes now for a few years so to have 2 fewer classes than a state the size of Illinois doesn't seem out of line. It will definitely help schools the size of, say, Carroll as they will, I'm assuming, stay in 5A while the Ben Davis', Carmels, Warren Centrals, HSE, etc., will be bumped up to 6A. Schools with enrollmennts of 3000 to 4000 kids have a definite advantage over schools with enrollments of 2000.