Dale said if there was no CON ference the elite players would be wrecking the local/lower levels.
now, I don’t know if your the state leader guy from Texas that some have said is one of the TK cowards (I fall them all cowards because they attack posters on this site and are too scared to share who they actually are).
The issue I am discussing with Dale is on our disagreement with his notion that the elite major players would destroy AA and below if Major/ CON ference was not around anymore.
If you are this Texas Hutch guy...you have to know that usssa did a great job of keeping the elite players from wrecking the AA, A, B, C and D programs with strong roster limitations for a very long time.
The time I refered to with Dan Smith was from the early 80s to the late 90s.
During this time Dan went from a player..to a part time player playing with his boys...to a sponsor of his sons teams.
those teams were ranked between B and AA .
Like now...Dan had a very strong passion for softball and very deep pockets..
USSSA’s strong roster controls made it impossible for Dan to load up his roster to wreck havoc and dominate. Which is what Dale ignorantly proclaims would happen if the CON ference went away.
and finally..to address your question of what year did usssa have roster limitations on major teams...
USSSA HAS NEVER HAD ROSTER LIMITS ON MAJOR TEAMS AND THAT IS THE EXACT REASON THIER MAJOR DIVISION HAS NEVER BEEN ABLE TO STAND ON ITS OWN TWO FEET..
the major division has always been the leach sucking blood off of more healthy programs...
now all of you TK clan cowards... if your still too scared to step out of the weeds with a real ilidentity.. all least grow enough balls to address the conversation Dale and I were having on his misunderstanding of how usssa in the past did a very good job of keeping elite players from to use Dales words..wrecking havoc of other divisions
it sounds like you TK clan cowards are very connected and maybe even what some would call the inner circle...it’s just amazing your too cowardly to stand in the footlights